Onesumore: New Documentaries on Netflix in March 2021

Rejoice, documentary fans! After a bit of a drought, Netflix delivered some awesome transport for us to enjoy this month. Here are all the documentaries slated for release in March 2021 in the United States and, in Original’s case, worldwide.

We have more than twice as many documentaries to enjoy in March as in February. Fans of real-life crimes will be especially happy to hear that we have several gruesome new murders and courthouse dramas for you to enjoy this month. However, if murder mysteries aren’t your thing, there are still plenty of other factual titles to enjoy. Let’s go!


Biggie: I have a story to tell (2021) N

Duration: 98 minutes
Coming to Netflix: March 1, 2021

If you’re looking for answers about who shot famous rapper, The Notorious BIG, you won’t find them here. Instead, the documentary takes a moving look at Biggie’s life, legacy, and mind-boggling talent. Includes intimate conversations with his family and those who knew him best, and tries to avoid rumors.


Bound

Duration: TBC
Coming to Netflix: March 1, 2021

One for electronic music fans. Connected is a music documentary and concert film starring Argentinian DJ Hernan Cattaneo.

The film follows Cattaneo as he prepares for a four-night stay at one of Argentina’s most prestigious venues, the Teatro Colon, with a live orchestra of 50 musicians.


Murder among Mormons (Limited edition) N

Episodes: 3
Coming to Netflix: March 3, 2021

Murder among Mormons is arguably the hottest documentary on Netflix this month. The series resembles a series of bombings that took place in the predominantly Mormon city of Salt Lake City, Utah in the 1980s. The bizarre events have deeply shaken the Church of Latter-day Saints.


Nevenka: Break the silence (Limited edition) N

Episodes: 3
Coming to Netflix: March 5, 2021

This moving real crime documentary series takes a look at the first public case of sexual harassment in Spain. Nevenka Fernández was working in politics when she was the victim of a campaign of sexual harassment by Ismael Alvarez, a local mayor. Break the silence This is the first time she has spoken of her experiences, almost twenty years after it happened.


The houseboat (Season 1) N

Episodes: 4
Coming to Netflix: March 9, 2021

Two talented engineers, Olli Schulz and Fynn Kliemann, document their experiences trying to restore “Germany’s most famous barge”. The boat was the home of the famous German singer-songwriter, Gunter Gabriel. The couple want to renovate it to create a floating haven for artists.


Last Chance U: Basketball (Season 1) N

Episodes: 6
Coming to Netflix: March 10, 2021

Popular Netflix Documentary Series, U last chance, took on a new direction. While previous series focused on college football, this new variation explores college basketball.

Check out our full description of the new series here.


Audrey (2020)

Duration: 1h 56min
Coming to Netflix: March 14, 2021

As one of the recognizable icons in the world, we predict this new documentary about the life of Audrey Hepburn will perform very well on Netflix. Created by filmmaker Helena Coan, Audrey looks at the real woman behind the famous face, talking about Hepburn’s charity work, her short ballet career and the hardships she faced during WWII.


The last blockbuster (2020)

Duration: 1h 26min
Coming to Netflix: March 15, 2021

While many people very directly attribute Blockbuster’s decline to Netflix, this new documentary film explores history from all angles. The story centers on the last remaining Blockbuster store in Bend, Oregan, and how it remains relevant in a world obsessed with streaming.


The kingdom of lost pirates (Season 1) N

Episodes: To confirm
Coming to Netflix: March 15, 2021

This new original series promises to set the record straight on the “real pirates of the Caribbean (who) violently plunder the riches of the world and form a surprisingly egalitarian republic”. It’s a “ hybrid ” series, with elements of dramatic reenactments, as well as pundits and academics weighing in on the story.


Operation Varsity Blues: the college admissions scandal (2021) N

Duration: 1h 39min
Coming to Netflix: March 17, 2021

Created by the minds behind the popular documentary Fyre: the biggest party that ever happened, This new original takes a look at the varsity college admissions scandal of 2019. Over time, wealthy parents (including famous actors) bribed top universities to get their kids’ places.


We suspect: the discovery of the Wesphael affair (Season 1) N

Episodes: 6
Coming to Netflix: March 17, 2021

Another for fans of real crimes. When Belgian politician Bernard Wesphael is accused of murdering his wife in a hotel room, a high-profile court case ensues. But is there more to the story? Expect something that looks like The staircase or Make a murderer.


Formula 1: drive to survive (Season 3) N

Episodes: To confirm
Coming to Netflix: March 19, 2021

The third season of the sports documentary series looks back on the biggest stories of the 2020 F1 season. Despite the delays and restrictions created by the pandemic, the 2020 season has been one of the most dramatic of recent years.


Seaspiracy (2021) N

Duration: 89 minutes
Coming to Netflix: March 24, 2021

Authors of the environmental documentary, Cowspiracy, this new original explores the devastating damage humans are causing to the world’s oceans. Expect this to be a hard-hitting wake-up call to our bad habits.


What documentaries will you be watching on Netflix this month? Let us know in the comments below!

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