New to Netflix: March 2015
Ready, set, cackle
All TV binges are not created equal. (Funny ones are better.) This month, everyone's favorite enabler brings the comedic goods.
"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"
Tina Fey is back! Well, sorta. She's the hilarious brains behind this new, Netflix-exclusive sitcom, starring The Office's Ellie Kemper. We caught a sneak peek of a few episodes and trust us--30 Rock fans will not be disappointed. (Available March 6)
"Aziz Ansari: Live at Madison Square Garden"
Parks and Rec is officially over. (Single tear.) Here to ease the heartbreak is Tom Haverford--er, Aziz Ansari--and his latest hour-long stand-up set. (Available March 6)
"3rd Rock from the Sun"
BABY GORDON-LEVITT. Oh, and comedic geniuses Jane Curtin and John Lithgow. (Available March 15)
"A Different World"
Before Dwayne Wade, there was Dwayne Wayne. Bask in all his flip-up-glasses glory with all six seasons of The Cosby Show spin-off. (Available March 15)
"Mad Men" Season 7, Part I
Now that you've sufficiently laughed your ass off, slow it down with the final season of the cult drama. These are the first seven episodes leading up to the last seven, which begin airing on AMC on April 5. (Available March 22)
And now to the movies. Does this Robin Williams classic even need an introduction?
Oscar snubs be damned. This documentary of beloved film critic Roger Ebert is a delight. (Available March 19)
Umm, were we all aware that this backcombed, '80s cult hero is Blake Lively's sister? Magic.
Watch the 2004 Best Picture Oscar nominee before it comes to Broadway (which will swap Johnny Depp for Glee's Matthew Morrison).
"The Single Moms Club"
Yes, it's a Tyler Perry flick but with zero Madea. Save for a rainy, guilty-pleasure-heavy day. (Available March 7)