As the snow starts to melt and the sun starts shining in many parts of the country we will all inevitably be coaxed in to a bit of spring cleaning. Like us, Netflix will be up to much of the same in March.
Just as with most months (years, even) preceding Netflix will be losing more than they are gaining (in volume of titles, at least).
Netflix’s Fox Problem Continues
The bad and somewhat heartbreaking news is that Archer will be leaving the streaming service that helped popularize it. Fox, the network that owns the rights for Archer, is beginning to pull much of their content in order to strengthen the appeal of a Hulu membership, a company in which they are part owners. Other titles that will or have already suffered this fate are Futurama, Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Firefly, Family Guy, and American Dad.
Jessica Jones is Back!
On the bright side, this Netflix sees the return of Marvel’s hit series Jessica Jones. After about a two and half year hiatus it looks like it will have been worth the wait:
First, the bad news
Leaving Netflix this March 2018
3/1 Cybercrimes with Ben Hammersley (2014), Dirt Every Day (2016), Epic Drive (2015), Head 2 Head (2016), Hot Rod Unlimited (2013), Ignition (2016), Mouk (2011), NOVA: Treasures of the Earth (2016), Playful Kiss (2010), Roadkill (2014), Ruby’s Studio (2015), Skinwalkers: The Navajo Mysteries (2004)
3/4 Lab Rats (2016)
3/7 What About Me? (2009)
3/14 Archer (2016)
Netflix New Arrivals this March 2018
3/2 The Beginning (2018)
3/8 Jessica Jones (Season 2) (2015), Ladies First (2018)
3/9 A.I.C.O. -Incarnation- (2018), Love (Season 3)(2017)
3/16 On My Block (2018)
3/23 The Mechanism (2018)
3/30 A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017)
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