This year, Appleosophy is taking a different approach to its Streaming Picks articles.
This time, instead of doing a new article week-to-week about what you should be streaming, we’re going to give you the best programs you should be streaming over the course of the month.
To do this, we will be giving you five TV shows, five movies, and up to five sports programs/games for the month.
- “The One”: This is a new science fiction series coming to Netflix on Monday, March 12, about finding your soulmate through your own DNA.
- “Supernatural”: All 15 seasons of the hit CW TV series can be streamed on Netflix.
- “Assembly Required”: This is a new game show TV series on the History Channel that stars former “Home Improvement” stars Tim Allen and Richard Karn. The show centers around weekly contestants who are supposed to build things using parts sent from Allen and Karn. Both men judge the builders and decide who goes to the next round in that episode. New episodes air at 10 p.m. ET every Tuesday on History Channel.
- “Solar Opposites”: The second season of this animated series from “Rick and Morty’s” Justin Roiland will become available on Hulu on Friday, March 26.
- “Kamp Koral”: For those wanting to know what Spongebob’s childhood was like, this new animated TV series on the rebranded Paramount+ should give you the complete story. It will be available to stream on Thursday, March 4, exclusively on Paramount+.
- “The Social Network”: The movie about the founding and creation of Facebook is now available to stream on both Hulu and Netflix.
- “Spongebob Squarepants: Sponge on the Run”: It’s a movie that was supposed to be released last year in movie theaters, but due to the coronavirus pandemic in the United States, that was not possible. Now the movie will be the first Paramount+ Original Movie on the streaming service, which will launch on Thursday, March 4.
- The “Harry Potter” trilogy: All of the “Harry Potter” movies can currently be streamed on Peacock.
- “Zack Snyder’s Justice League”: Interesting enough, this movie will be in the theaters in the U.S. the same day it goes to HBO Max, which will be on Thursday, March 18.
- “Coming 2 America”: The long-awaited sequel to “Coming to America” will be released on Friday, March 5, on Prime Video.
- March Madness 2021 (Men’s College Basketball): Unlike last year, there will be a college basketball tournament this year. It will begin on Thursday, March 18, and be broadcasted on CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV.
- Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Kansas City Royals (MLB): For those that are looking to watch some professional baseball, this spring training game (the MLB’s preseason for those who do not know) will air at 3 p.m. ET, Friday, March 5, on ESPN.
- Food City Dirt Race (NASCAR Cup Series): If you want to see what is great about racing on a short track in NASCAR, you’ll have to watch this race. It will begin at 3:30 p.m. ET, Sunday, March 28, on FOX.
- Milwaukee Bucks vs. Philadelphia 76ers (NBA): Perhaps one of these teams will have the luck of the Irish when they face each other on St. Patrick’s Day night. The game will air at 7 p.m. ET, Wednesday, March 17, on ESPN.
- New York Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL): Our hockey fans might light this one. This game will air at 7:30 p.m. ET, Sunday, March 7, on NBCSN.
What do you all think of our new Streaming Picks monthly format? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @appleosophy.