There are certainly a lot of unknowns and a lot of stress and anxiety going on in the U.S., and across the world. We have some content to stream this month that could help you take your mind off that for a little while.
- “HALO”: The series premiere of this new series will be available to stream on Paramount+ starting on Thursday, March 24.
- “Yellowstone” (Season 4): After the newest season started airing on Paramount Network in late 2021, the fourth season of this series will be exclusively available to stream on Peacock on Monday, March 28.
- “Upload”: This Amazon Original show’s second season will premiere on Prime Video on Friday, March 11.
- “Gaming Wall Street”: If you’re wanting to learn about the stock market and how a plethora of Reddit users last year made the GameStop stock and others go nuts, you can start watching this docu-series that is set to premiere on HBO Max as a MAX Original on Thursday, March 3.
- “Formula 1: Drive to Survive” (Season 4): Another TV series is having its fourth season premiere this month too. The newest season of this Netflix Original TV series is set to premiere on Netflix on Friday, March 11.
- “Dead Poets Society”: This classic Robin Williams movie will be available to stream on Prime Video on Tuesday, March 1.
- “The Proposal”: Wedding season is almost here, so it might be a good time to watch this Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock movie to prepare yourself. It is currently available to stream on Prime Video and Hulu.
- “The Adam Project”: Speaking of Ryan Reynolds, his newest Netflix Original movie will be available to stream there on Friday, March 11.
- “Free Guy”: I guess you could say it is Ryan Reynolds month here because another one of his newer movies, “Free Guy,” is currently available to stream on Disney+ and HBO Max.
- “48 Hours”: This iconic Eddie Murphy movie is currently available to stream on Paramount+ and BET+.
- Men’s NCAA College Basketball Tournament (March Madness): For many Americans, it’s that time to start getting your brackets and TVs ready for the pandemonium that comes with March Madness. The first round of games will start on Wednesday, March 17, and all of the games will be broadcast on CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV. Games that are broadcast on CBS will also be available to stream live on Paramount+.
- #16 USC vs. #17 UCLA (Men’s College Basketball): These two PAC 12 rivals will be going at it on Saturday, March 5, on ESPN.
- Nuggets vs. 76ers (NBA): Hopefully you will not have a case of the Mondays and be open to watching this game at 7:30 p.m. ET on Monday, March 14, on ESPN.
Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 (NASCAR Cup Series): If you’re tired of watching college or pro basketball at this point, there is a NASCAR race at 3 p.m. ET, Sunday, March 20, on FOX that should make for some wholesome Sunday entertainment.
- “Field of Dreams”: In light of the MLB lockout still going on at the time of the article being published, those that are looking to watch some baseball this month, this movie starring Kevin Costner is currently available to stream on Tubi.