March marks the one-year anniversary of the United States being rocked by a global pandemic. We've stayed inside and stayed apart, and, thankfully, still have TV to turn to.
Netflix's March offerings include documentaries, like the Notorious B.I.G.-focused "Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell" and "Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal," a look into the widespread charade for which actors Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin served prison sentences.
This month also marks the departure from Netflix of Oscar winning films "Silver Linings Playbook" and "Inception," as well as the Oscar-nominated "Taxi Driver." And if you need a refresher on where Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte left off, in anticipation of HBO Max's "Sex and the City" revival "And Just Like That ..." note (maybe not on a Post-it) that the "Sex and the City: The Movie" and its sequel sashay away at the end of the month.
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"Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell" (NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY) The life of rapper Notorious B.I.G., aka Biggie Smalls, is the focus of this documentary. The "Hypnotize" artist was fatally shot in 1997.
"Black or White" (2014)
"Moxie" (NETFLIX FILM) A teenage student introduces a magazine that spotlights sexism at the high school.
"Murder Among the Mormons" (NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY) The three-episode project examines the 1985 bombings in Salt Lake City.
"Sentinelle" (NETFLIX FILM) A French solider applies her skills to find her sister's assailant.
"Bombay Begums" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) A group of five women from varying backgrounds, living in Mumbai, go through the challenges of life.
"Bombay Rose" (NETFLIX FILM) A dancer living on Bombay's streets has to decide between following her heart and doing what's best for her family.
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"The Houseboat" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) Musicians Fynn Kliemann and Olli Schulz renovate German singer Gunter Gabriel's home.
"Dealer" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) A music-video director is entangled in a gang war after setting a video in a troubled neighborhood in the South of France.
"Last Chance U: Basketball" (NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY) The series follows the East Los Angeles College Huskies, a community college basketball team, chasing the California state championship.
"Marriage or Mortgage" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) The reality show asks couples to choose between a dream wedding or their ideal house.
"The Block Island Sound" (2020)
"The One" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) A DNA analyst comes up with a new way for people to find love.
"Paper Lives" (NETFLIX FILM) Set in Istanbul, a warehouse worker takes in a young boy and is forced to confront his own difficult upbringing.
"Paradise PD: Part 3" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) The Paradise police offices are up to no good, becoming involved with "dog blackmail" and "doughnut shop intimidation."
"YES DAY" (NETFLIX FILM) Allison and Carlos, parents to three children, allow them to take charge for a day.
"The Lost Pirate Kingdom" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) The docuseries captures life for the "real-life pirates of the Caribbean."
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"RebellComedy: Straight Outta the Zoo" (NETFLIX COMEDY SPECIAL) The RebellComedy comedians quip about "mistaken identities" and "being the 'funny' kid."
"Waffles + Mochi" (NETFLIX FAMILY) Waffles and Mochi, a pair of besties, long to become chefs in this series, which features former first lady Michelle Obama as the grocery store owner.
"Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal" (NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY) The project combines interviews and reenactments, in which Matthew Modine portrays Rick Singer, the mastermind of the college admissions scandal that engulfed Loughlin, Huffman and others.
"Cabras da Peste" (NETFLIX FILM) A pair of mismatched cops from different parts of Brazil team up to face a gang.
"Nate Bargatze: The Greatest Average American" (NETFLIX COMEDY SPECIAL) The comedian follows his "Tennessee Kid" special with another hour of comedy touching on the pandemic and fatherhood.
"Country Comfort" (NETFLIX FAMILY): An aspiring young country singer (Katharine McPhee) finds the band she's been missing when she takes a job as a nanny for a musically talented family.
"Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 3" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) Formula 1 drivers chase glory during a racing season upended by the coronavirus.
"Sky Rojo" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) The creators of Netflix global hit "Money Heist" introduce the story of three prostitutes trying out outrun their pimp.
"Jiu Jitsu" (2020)
"Loyiso Gola: Unlearning" (NETFLIX COMEDY SPECIAL) South African stand-up comedian Loyiso Gola gives his comedic take on world politics and race.
"Seaspiracy" (NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY) A documentarian finds that so much lies beneath the surface of the ocean during an investigation into human impact on marine life.
"Who Killed Sara?" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) A man seeks retribution from the family that framed him for his sister's death.
"Caught by a Wave" (NETFLIX FILM) Two teens fall for each other while spending a summer together at a camp in Sicily.
"Millennials" Season 3
"A Week Away" (NETFLIX FILM) A teen takes a risk by going to a summer camp, but the move pays off in this musical.
"Bad Trip" (NETFLIX FILM) Eric André and Lil Rel Howery star in the feature that features hidden camera pranks.
"Big Time Rush" Seasons 1-4
"The Irregulars" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) A gang of outsiders helps Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson resolve supernatural crimes.
"Nailed It!: Double Trouble" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) Pairs of bad bakers face off to make elaborate cakes.
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"Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" (2013)
"Rainbow High" Season 1
"7 Yards: The Chris Norton Story" (2020)
"At Eternity's Gate" (2018)
"Haunted: Latin America" (NETFLIX ORIGINAL) Re-enactments of horrifying experiences are performed in this reality series.
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"Rectify" Seasons 1-4
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"Hunter X Hunter" (2011): Seasons 1-3
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"Chicken Little" (2005)
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"Conor McGregor: Notorious" (2017)
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"USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage" (2016)
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"Ghost Rider" (2007)
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What to stream this weekend: Hulu's 'Nomadland,' Netflix's 'I Care a Lot,' Disney+'s 'Flora & Ulysses'
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: New on Netflix March 2021: 'Operation Varsity Blues,' Michelle Obama