We’ve been patiently waiting to stream new Netflix content—like Yes Day and Marriage or Mortgage—and the wait is finally over. The streaming service just released its brand-new streaming slate, which is chock-full of binge-worthy titles.

Keep reading for a complete list of TV shows and movies that are coming to Netflix beginning March 1.

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March 1
Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell (Netflix original movie)
Crazy, Stupid, Love.
How to Be Really Bad / Meine teuflisch gute Freundin
Lego Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom
Seven Souls in the Skull Castle

March 2
Word Party—Season 5 (Netflix original series) *Family friendly option

March 3
Moxie (Netflix original movie)
Murder Among the Mormons (Netflix original series)

March 4
Pacific Rim: The Black—Season 1 (Netflix original series)

March 5
City of Ghosts—Season 1 (Netflix original series)
Fate of Alakada
Pokémon Journeys: The Series—Part 4 (Netflix original series)
Sentinelle (Netflix original movie)

March 8
Bombay Rose (Netflix original movie) *Family friendly option

March 9
The Houseboat—Season 1 (Netflix original series)

March 10
Marriage or Mortgage—Season 1 (Netflix original series)
Last Chance U: Basketball—Season 1 (Netflix original series)

March 11
Coven of Sisters (Netflix original movie)
The Block Island Sound

March 12
Just in Time
Love Alarm—Season 2 (Netflix original series)
Paradise PD—Season 3 (Netflix original series)
The One—Season 1 (Netflix original series)
Yes Day (Netflix original movie)

March 14

March 15
Paper Lives (Netflix original movie)
The Lost Pirate Kingdom—Season 1 (Netflix original series)

March 16
Waffles + Mochi—Season 1 (Netflix original series) *Family friendly option

March 17
Country Comfort—Season 1 (Netflix original series)
Sky Rojo—Season 1 (Netflix original series)
Under Suspicion: Uncovering the Wesphael Case—Season 1 (Netflix original series)

March 25
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood—Season 1 (Netflix original series)

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