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What to Watch With Your Family This March

New movies and shows the whole crew can enjoy — while you're huddled up inside waiting for the weather to improve.

Olivia Armstrong

They say "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb" — which means March comes in with tons of new movies and shows to watch together as a family, and goes out with ... basically the same thing: Tons of awesome stuff to watch.

So get excited for brand-new Marvel series, superhero epics, reality competitions, and much more — because one thing is for certain this spring: We won’t be bored! (Check back as additional releases are announced from Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+, and more!)

The Batman

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D.C. / Warner Bros.

Go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back for being so patient, because The Batman is nearly here. Robert Pattinson (The Twilight Saga, Tenet) stars as the iconic caped crusader in the first installment of a new D.C. universe — taking on the evil Riddler and his grip on Gotham City. The Batman hits theaters on March 4 and will be available to stream on HBO Max in April. (Rated PG-13)

March 4 in theaters (watch the trailer) and streaming on HBO Max starting April 22

Central Park: Season 3

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Apple TV+

When the future of Central Park hangs in the balance, a family of caretakers rises up to save the city’s beloved green village and, eventually, the world. Understated and witty, this animated sitcom hails from the creators of Bob’s Burgers, so expect plenty of guest stars and musical numbers you’ll catch yourself humming all day long. (Rated TV-PG)

March 4 on Apple TV+ (watch the trailer)

Making Fun: Season 1

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Netflix

Making Fun is what happens when a little imagination gets help from power tools. Handy-man Jimmy and his team of grumpy builders take requests from kids who want to see their weirdest, wildest, and quirkiest inventions come to life. (Rated TV-G)

March 4 on Netflix (watch the trailer)

The Masked Singer: Season 7

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Fox

The blockbuster variety series returns with new surprises, special guests, jaw-dropping reveals, and shocking eliminations as celebrities compete to conceal their identities while belting out their favorite tunes. (Rated TV-PG)

March 9 on Fox and Hulu (watch the trailer)

Survivor: Season 42

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CBS

Nothing brings the family together quite like watching a bunch of strangers marooned on an island with Jeff Probst. New episodes of the long-running reality series mark the first time in the show’s history contestants will have not seen the previous season, so they have no idea what “The Survivor Gods” have in store. It’s a fresh start for all — including the audience! (Rated TV-PG)

March 9 on CBS and Paramount+

The Adam Project

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Netflix

A time-traveling pilot must team up with his younger self in order to save the future. Starring Ryan Reynolds (Guardians of the Galaxy), alongside Mark Ruffalo (aka “The Hulk”), and more, The Adam Project promises to be an exciting, funny sci-fi adventure that’s sure to entertain the whole house. (Rated PG-13)

March 11 on Netflix (watch the trailer)

Young Rock: Season 2

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NBC

Before he made it as a global superstar, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was DJ: a kid trying to navigate a world in which he couldn’t help but stand out (seriously, he’s always been tall!). But that didn’t keep The Rock and his younger selves from dreaming big, even when things didn’t go according to plan. (Rated TV-PG)

March 15 on NBC and Peacock (watch the trailer)

MasterChef Junior: Season 8

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FOX

After multiple delays (thanks, Covid...), our favorite pint-sized reality competition returns to the kitchen for the first time since 2019. Get ready for a slew of new cook-offs and challenges as young chefs and bakers put their skills to the test in Gordon Ramsay’s domain. (Rated TV-PG)

March 17 on FOX and Hulu (watch the trailer)

Moon Knight

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Marvel | Disney+

Marvel’s newest comic book series may be its most intriguing (and spookiest!) yet. Oscar Isaac (aka Poe Dameron from Star Wars) plays Steven Grant, a down-on-his-luck gift-shop employee who discovers his inability to separate dreams from reality could be the key to unlocking his true powers. (Rated TV-14)

March 30 on Disney+ (watch the trailer)

The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder

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Nickelodeon / Paramount+

Based on the classic 90’s cartoon, The Fairly OddParents is back in a live-action reboot for a new generation. Fairy godparents Wanda and Cosmo return to Dimmsdale to help Timmy Turner’s cousin and her new stepbrother navigate the unpredictabilities of growing up. (Rated TV-Y7)

March 31 on Paramount+ (watch the trailer)

New Episodes of Family Shows Coming in March

Sundays: Bob’s Burgers: Season 13 | FOX Now

Mondays: America’s Got Talent: Extreme | NBC, Peacock

Wednesdays: The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder | Disney+

March 3: Little Ellen: Season 2 | HBO Max

March 3: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: Season 2 | Netflix

March 3: Power Rangers: Dino Fury: Season 2 | Netflix

March 7: Teen Titans Go! Season 7 | HBO Max

March 8: Chip and Potato: Season 3 | Netflix

March 17: Jellystone! Season 2 | HBO Max

March 29: Name That Tune: Season 2 | Hulu

More Family-Friendly Premieres in March

March 4: West Side Story (2021) | HBO Max

March 10: Dune (2021) | HBO Max (Returning to Streaming)

March 17: Rescued by Ruby | Netflix

March 18: The Unbreakable Boy | In Theaters

March 25: Transformers: BotBots: Series Premiere | Netflix

March 31: AirBud: Super Pup Z | Netflix

Hit Movies Streaming March 1

Richie Rich (1994) | Netflix

Shrek (2001) | Netflix

Shrek 2 (2004) | Netflix

Where the Wild Things Are (2009) | Netflix

Check back for more!

Coming Soon

Young Justice: New Season | HBO Max

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 | In Theaters April 8

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore | In Theaters April 15