Just like with February’s offerings, Netflix‘s documentaries for March are on the light side but there is enough here to pique the interest of fans enamored with true crime stories, mysteries, deep dives into controversial businesses, and tag-a-longs with medical professionals.
Sorry to the sports docuseries fans, there’s nothing of the like coming in March, but do check out February’s list for what was added in the shortest month of the year. Keep reading for what you should be adding to your watch list, new documentaries are primarily releasing on Wednesdays on Netflix in March.
Here’s the rundown of documentaries coming to the platform!
Documentaries coming to Netflix in March 2023
Thursday, March 2
Monique Olivier: Accessory to Evil – Actively murdering from 1987-2003, Michel Fourniret was dubbed France’s most infamous murderer, but his wife remains an enigma. The question of whether she was a pawn or a participant in his heinous crimes is examined in this docuseries.
Wednesday, March 8
MH370: The Plane That Disappeared – The disappearance of flight MH370 remains one of the greatest modern mysteries. The plane, filled with 239 passengers, disappeared in 2014, vanishing from all radar. (docuseries)
Wednesday, March 15
Money Shot: The Pornhub Story – A docufilm that examines the successes and scandals of Pornhub as told through interviews from past employees, activists, and performers.
Wednesday, March 22
Waco: American Apocalypse – Coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the Waco tragedy, this three part docuseries is being hailed as the definitive account of what happened in 1993 when cult leader David Koresh faced off with the government in a 51 day siege. The series includes news footage that has previously never been released to the American public, uncovered videotapes that capture the inside of the FBI Crisis Negotiation Unit, and FBI recordings.
Wednesday, March 29
Emergency: NYC – A docuseries that follows trauma team professionals from helicopter to hospital as they take care of patients across New York City and share stories about their lives and the life-saving work they perform.
Thursday, March 30
Big Mäck: Gangsters and Gold – A man who serves nine years in jail for a robbery he didn’t commit becomes a suspect again decades later but is he still innocent of wrong doing? (docufilm)
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