Everything to Watch on Netflix in March

Hang on, making an advent calendar for How to Train Your Dragon 2.

Everything's going to suck weather-wise from now until May, so there's really no option left but to become shut-ins—the chic kind like Little Edie or that painter from Amélie who was obsessed with Renoir. Netflix is doing everything short of providing free headscarves with every subscription to get us to succumb, especially now that we've seen what they're offering next month.

Some highlights: Pretty in Pink (#TeamDuckie4ever), The Graduate, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Mad Men Season 7, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the Tiny Fey comedy that's going to be unbearably adorable, judging by the trailer.

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Here's the full schedule:

March 1
Patch Adams 
Finding Neverland 
The Brothers Grimm 
Teen Witch 
30 for 30: Of Miracles and Men 
Evelyn 
Mercy Rule
Monster High: 13 Wishes 
Monster High: Ghouls Rule
Rules of Engagement 

March 5
Food Chains
The ABCs of Death

March 6
Aziz Ansari: Live at Madison Square Garden
My Own Man
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

March 7
Archer, Season 5
Glee, Season 5

March 9
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn
Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club
After the Fall
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March 10
Monster High: Haunted

March 11
How to Train Your Dragon 2

March 15
3rd Rock From the Sun, Complete Series
A Different World, Complete Series
Marvel & ESPN Films Present: 1 or 1: Genesis

March 17
You're Not You
Dummy

March 19
Life Itself

March 20
Bloodline, Season 1
God's Not Dead

March 22
Mad Men, Season 7, Part 1

March 23
November Man

March 25
Garfunkel and Oates, Season 1
Turn, Season 1

March 27
Trailer Park Boys, Season 9
Frankie & Alice

March 31
Ask Me Anything
The Man With the Iron Fists

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