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By Randee Dawn

Netflix has more great programming than anyone could possibly consume in their lifetime. So how do you know where to start? Here's TODAY's special list of March recommendations you won't want to miss — from new releases to classics. So get ready to settle into your sofa and get bingeing!

All New

"Arrested Development"Netflix

"Arrested Development" (Season 5b)

The Bluth family are back in the second half of the rebooted comedy whose current tagline is "one murder, no masterminds." (March 15)

"The Santa Clarita Diet"Netflix

"Santa Clarita Diet" (Season 3)

The cannibal comedy starring America's sweetheart Drew Barrymore returns at the end of the month, which gives everyone time to catch up on the first two seasons. (March 29)

"Turn Up, Charlie"Netflix

"Turn Up Charlie"

Idris Elba may be People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive, but in this charming comedy feature he plays a DJ trying to relaunch his career while also nannying the daughter of a BFF and taking care of his own adolescent child. (March 15)

"Love, Death and Robots"Netflix

"Love, Death & Robots"

Throw a little weird into your queue with this anthology animation series from producers who include David Fincher. The 18 animated shorts are meant to focus on future tales and may get pretty trippy for your late-night viewing enjoyment. (March 15)

"Amy Schumer Growing"Netflix

"Amy Schumer Growing"

The comedian, who is expecting her first child, performs her second Netflix stand-up special and talks about marriage, pregnancy and personal growth. (March 19)

Also add to the queue: "Losers" (March 1), "Shadow'" (March 8), "Green Door" (March 16), "Traitors" (March 29)

Certified Classics

"A Clockwork Orange"Everett Collection

"A Clockwork Orange" (1971)

Horrorshow! The Stanley Kubrick classic practically invented the trigger warning, and will ruin Beethoven's Ninth Symphony and "Singing in the Rain" for you. But it's well worth a viddy, my droogs. (March 1)

"The Notebook"Courtesy Everett Collection

"The Notebook" (2004)

Watching this Ryan Gosling/Rachel McAdams weepie right after "Orange" may give you whiplash, but the sweet romance between the two lovers is a nice antidote. (March 1)

"Winter's Bone"Courtesy Everett Collection

"Winter's Bone" (2010)

Before she was J.Law, Jennifer Lawrence dazzled in this raw independent film directed by "Leave No Trace's" Debra Granik, in which she plays a young woman living in the Ozarks trying to track down her missing father. (March 1)

Also add to the queue: "The Hurt Locker" (March 1), "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" (March 1), Disney's Christopher Robin (March 5), "Kung Fu Hustle" (March 15), "The Lives of Others" (March 15)

Going, Going ... Gone!

"Ghostbusters"Columbia Pictures

"Ghostbusters" (1984) and "Ghostbusters II" (March 1); "The Breakfast Club" (March 1); "Drop Dead Diva" seasons 1-6 (March 3); "Beauty and the Beast" (2017) (March 18)

Don't be remote! Be sure to check back right here in late March to see what Netflix has coming up next.