Feeling anxious about being cooped up indoors while practicing social distancing over the upcoming weeks? Have no fear. Netflix is here! This month, the streaming service is offering a variety of new weekly episodes as well as past hits. Check out the following list for Where Y'at's top twenty recommendations!
1) Crash Landing on You (Season 1) (new episodes every Sunday) This drama follows the life of a South Korean heiress who accidentally crash-lands in North Korea.
2) Find Yourself (Season 1) (new episodes every Sunday) The pilot season of Find Yourself guides viewers down a dedicated entrepreneur's unconventional path to love.
3) Itaewon Class (Season 1) (new episodes every Friday) In this convoluted new drama, an ex-con and his friends fight to make their dreams of developing a street bar a reality.
4) Marc Maron: End Times Fun Tune in for cultural commentator and comedian Marc Maron's third comedy special! In it, Maron imagines that doomsday is upon us and ponders all the fears that might haunt him as the world comes to a screeching halt.
5) Dirty Money Season 2 of Dirty Money hit Netflix on March 11th! This compelling docu-series on financial scandals explores topics such as the corruption surrounding Wells Fargo, Jared Kushner's real estate business, and more.
6) 100 Humans In this new reality series, 100 diverse individuals are invited to partake in various experiments intended to reveal the nature of mankind.
7) On My Block In season three of this captivating teen comedy, the friendships of four witty teens are challenged as they enter high school.
8) Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy Renowned comic known for his shirtless improv, Bert Kreischer, speaks of the goofiness of parenting and his adventures as a dad.
9) Feel Good Need a show to feel good? This semi-autobiographical, six-episode series follows its protagonist, Canadian comedian Mae Martin, as she learns to accept her queerness and tackle her addiction issues.
10) Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker This four-part biographic series showcases the life of Madam C.J. Walker, an African American philanthropist, entrepreneur, and political and social activist who transformed the haircare industry and became the wealthiest self-made woman in the US.
11) The English Game The United States may be more concerned with American football, yet the rest of the world is not! Within this six-part series, Julian Fellowes of Downtown Abbey relays the sport's history since the 1800s.
12) He's Just Not that Into You This American romcom based on Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo's 2004 self-help book explores the love lives of its nine main characters.
13) Silver Linings Playbook In this psycho-comedy, bipolar Pat (Bradley Cooper) moves back in with his parents following a stint in a mental hospital. After failing to win back his wife, he meets a woman who is equally as unstable as he is.
14) Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events This fascinating film captures the lives of the remarkable Baudelaire orphans in their lofty quest to uncover longstanding family secrets.
15) Outbreak Dustin Hoffman, Rene Russo, and Cuba Gooding Jr. star in this action thriller wherein a team of Army doctors works to contain the spread of a deadly virus.
16) Lil Peep: Everybody's Everything Learn about the rise of artist Lil Peep, whose talent and genre-bending music continue to attract a massive following even after his death.
17) Lost Girls Looking for a supernatural drama? Lost Girls follows a mother's desperate attempts to locate her missing daughter and subsequent unraveling of a string of unsolved murders.
18) Ultras Don't miss Italian director Francesco Lettieri's first film! Ultras depicts an aging soccer fanatic's struggle to reconcile with his past.
19) Uncorked Written and directed by Prentice Penny, this drama exploring a young man's uncertainty surrounding whether to follow his father's wishes of taking over his family's barbecue business or chasing his dreams of becoming a master sommelier.
20) There's Something in the Water
This exceptional documentary on the injustices and injuries spurred by environmental racism is a must-watch film for all!