Spring is approaching, and that means another month with new Netflix options. Unfortunately, that means you will also have to say goodbye to some of your favorites that have already been on Netflix for months. With March 2020 coming on quickly, it is time to watch these movies or say goodbye (at least for now).
You will notice that many of the films and shows leaving this month are gone because they are heading to other platforms, like Hulu and Disney Plus. Here’s what you need to know.
First, you will have to say goodbye to Marvel’s Black Panther. The film is leaving on March 3 so that it can be streamed on Disney’s platform on March 4, so you might not have to say goodbye for long before you can watch it again.
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The 2018 film stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, and Lupita Nyong’o. With the Black Panther (Boseman) stepping into power over his community, tensions rise when somebody new arrives to challenge him for the throne. This is essential viewing for anybody who is interested in the Marvel universe.
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Eat Pray Love will leave Netflix on March 9. The movie, based on the memoir of Elizabeth Gilbert, follows Liz (Julia Roberts) as she embarks on a journey of self-learning and overcoming doubt.
If you are looking for something else to pull at the heart strings when this is over, check out P.S., I Love You, which is leaving March 30. The tearjerker follows a woman on a journey to discover the path her deceased husband left behind for her to discover.
On March 30, Netflix will also say goodbye to several action-packed films. Get your last adrenaline rush with Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. Want something with some more feminine energy? Don’t miss out on Charlie’s Angels, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Kill Bill: Vol. 1, and Kill Bill: Vol. 2.
Several Will Smith films will be leaving the streaming platform as well. They include Wild Wild West, Men in Black, and Men in Black II. If you are a fan, now is the time to binge your favorites from the 90s.
Of course, not all the news is bad. You’ll also see a lot of new movies and TV shows streaming in March as well. There is a lot to get excited about, including GoodFellas, He’s Just Not That Into You, Space Jam, The Shawshank Redemption, and Valentine’s Day.
As you can see, you have a lot of romantic comedy options as well as some real classics you can revisit. No matter what kind of Netflix viewer you are, there are some good things coming to the platform.