Streaming in March: TV faves, Oscar-nominated films


Your guide to TV series streaming this month


Creed (2015). The Rocky spinoff that finds the retired boxer (Oscar nominee Sylvester Stallone) coaching the illegitima­te son (Michael B. Jordan) of his old rival-turned-friend, Apollo Creed. (OnDemand)

The Danish Girl (2015). Both Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander received Oscar nomination­s for this story of Lili Elbe, one of the first people to receive gender reassignme­nt surgery. (OnDemand)

Party of Five: The Complete

Series. Before he was Dr. Jack Shepard trying to keep the Lost island together, Matthew Fox was Charlie Salinger, trying to keep his suddenly orphaned siblings together. (Hulu) Dawson’s Creek: The Complete Series. If Katie Holmes’ spate of recent late-night appearance­s have made you want to journey back to Capeside, now you can. (Hulu)


House of Cards:

Season 4. Frank and Claire Underwood have a whole new season’s worth of people to screw over, including each other. (Netflix)

Carol (2015). Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara each earned Oscar nomination­s in this same-sex romance between an aspiring photograph­er and an older woman on the verge of divorce. (iTunes; OnDemand, March 11)


Flaked. Will Arnett plays a self-help guru who can barely help himself in this new series from Arrested Developmen­t’s Mitch Hurwitz. (Netflix)

The Characters. Come

dians from Orange Is the New Black, Broad City

and Wet Hot American

Summer each get a half-hour to do whatever they want. Think of it as a funny version of the MacArthur Genius Grant. (Netflix)

Bosch: Season 2. The bones case has been cleared up but Detective Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) is back in hot water with his LAPD bosses for a whole new reason. (Amazon)


Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015). Chewie, we’re on home video. (iTunes)

The Hateful Eight (2015). PostCivil War bounty hunters and their quarry hole up in a stagecoach lodge during a blizzard in Quentin Tarantino’s latest. (iTunes; On Demand, March 29)

The Big Short (2015). Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, Steve Carell and Brad Pitt headline this Oscarnomin­ated adaptation of Michael Lewis’ book on the 2007-08 housing market collapse. (OnDemand)

Brooklyn (2015). A young Irish immigrant (Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan) is torn between her old homeland and her adopted one. (OnDemand)


Daredevil: Season 2. Blind lawyer/part-time superhero Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) is in for some punishment courtesy of Frank Castle ( Walking Dead alum Jon Bernthal). (Netflix)

Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. The man-child is back on screen for the first time in 30 years and he has a new friend: Joe Manganiell­o. (Netflix)

The Mr. Peabody and Sherman

Show: Season 2. Need to keep the kids entertaine­d during spring break? Check out the canine, his human and their historical talk-show guests courtesy of the WABAC machine. (Netflix)


The Path. Aaron Paul, a threetime Emmy winner for Breaking

Bad, returns to TV as a married man contemplat­ing leaving cult life. Michelle Monaghan co-stars as his wife; Hugh Dancy plays the sect’s leader. (Hulu)

 ?? DAVID GIESBRECHT, NETFLIX ?? Connect with Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) when House of Cards returns Thursday.
DAVID GIESBRECHT, NETFLIX Connect with Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) when House of Cards returns Thursday.

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