Just like that, we’re already in the third month of 2021. As we celebrate Women’s Month this March, here are new films and series to look forward to and add to your to-watch binge list:
What should you be doing when you’re 16? High school crushes, parties, and friendships – that’s it, right? Not if you’re Emma Johnson. Fed up with the endless sexism in her high school, Emma draws inspiration from her mom’s rebellious teenage life to launch an anonymous zine called “Moxie” and starts a revolution.
Available on March 3.
Bombay Rose is an award-winning Indian animated film that brings three tales of impossible loves together with a rose. A woman freeing herself from child marriage and finding a new love, two women falling in love with each other, and the nation’s love for Bollywood — these stories based on true events give the audience a glimpse of what society is like in Bombay’s streets.
Available on March 8.
Love Alarm: Season 2
It’s time to stop missing Sweet Home’s Song Kang as he returns with Kim So Hyun and Jung Ga Ram for Love Alarm: Season 2. Continuing the love triangle from the previous season, Jojo is torn between Hye Yeong who’s patiently waiting for her love, and Sun Oh, the person she likes. Who would she ring her love alarm for?
Available on March 12.
Based on a webtoon of the same name, Navillera tells the tale of two men pursuing their dreams because it’s never too late to work on them. Starring Park In Hwan and Song Kang, Lee Chae Rok is a 23-year-old while Shim Deok Chul is a 70-year-old. They meet at an academy to learn ballet and share the ups and downs of fighting for your dreams.
Available on March 22.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood
Davion is a Dragon Knight who encounters a dragon and a princess out on a mission and becomes embroiled in events that are much larger than he ever imagined. The animated series is based on the game, DOTA 2!
Available on March 25.
Darkness and terror have masked London. At the behest of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, the misfits of 221 Baker Street or The Irregulars, now have to solve the atrocious crimes taking over London. Will the horror ever end?
Available on March 26.
A Week Away
Sometimes, a person is just a week away from having a changed life. Troubled teen Will Hawkins is given the option to attend a Christian summer camp instead of spending it at juvenile detention. Finding himself in a completely different world, he falls in love with a camp regular and discovers a sense of belonging.
Available on March 26.
Haunted: Latin America
If you’re up for something to keep you up at night, Haunted: Latin America reenacts real tales of horror, the unexplained, and paranormal in this unscripted series. But be warned: you might want to keep the lights on at night after watching this.
Available on March 31.
Which movies or series will you add to your to-binge list? Tell us below!