Koktail TV Guide: What to Watch in March

Our picks for what to watch this month

It’s a new month, which means new titles are available on streaming platforms. Here are our picks for what to look forward to in March.



Jinny’s Kitchen

Now streaming on  Prime Video

Jinny’s Kitchen is an unscripted Korean show which features a cast of famous stars opening and running a Korean restaurant overseas. Actors Jung Yu-mi, Park Seo-jun, and Choi Woo-shik will be rejoining Lee Seo-jin in this new venture. Lee Seo-jin will be stepping up as the leader of Jinny’s Kitchen and heading up the team as they serve Korean street food in Bacalar, Mexico.



Daisy Jones & The Six

Premieres on March 3 on Prime Video

Daisy Jones & The Six is a limited musical-drama series based on the best-selling novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid. The drama explores the rise and fall of a renowned rock band set in 1977. The group were on top of the world, until after a sold-out show at Chicago's Soldier Field, they called it quits. Decades later, the band members finally agree to reveal the truth.  



Angel Flight

Premieres on March 5 on Prime Video

Written by Ryota Kosawa, Angel Flight is about specialists who transport the deceased back home. Operated by Nami Izawa (Ryoko Yonekura) and Kashiwagi (Kenichi Endo), the drama portrays the love between the deceased and the bereaved. 



MH370: The Plane that Disappeared

Premieres on March 8 on Netflix

A story full of conspiracies and rabbit holes, MH370: The Plane that Disappeared is a documentary film that revolves around the Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 that vanished from radar scenes back in 2014. The shocking disappearance of a commercial airliner made headlines, sparked riots, plunged the passengers’ next of kin into a nightmare, and generated a global search for answers that never came.



Luther: The Fallen Sun

Premieres on March 10 on Netflix

A crime thriller, Luther: The Fallen Sun explores the actions of a serial killer terrorizing London while disgraced detective John Luther sits behind bars. Haunted by his failure to capture the cyber psychopath who now taunts him, Luther decides to break out of prison to finish the job by any means necessary.




Premieres on March 10 on Netflix

Outlast is a raw survival competition that sees 16 lone wolves who must outlast each other in the Alaskan wilderness. In it to win 1 million dollars, only one rule is important in this game—they must work together as a team.




Premieres on March 17 on Netflix

Noise explores the story of Matt, an influencer and young parent to newborn Julius, who discovers a dark secret from his demented father’s past. As he undergoes an in-depth investigation, he stumbles upon a Pandora's box of secrets and unravels more family dramas than anticipated. Liv, Matt’s wife, is deeply concerned and does everything in her power not to lose him.



Dance 100

Premieres on March 17 on Netflix

A reality show all about street dance, Dance 100 showcases eight accomplished dancers who are ready to prove they’re the next superstar choreographer. With 100 of the world’s best dancers, the contestants must  choreograph, teach and perform next-level group performances that will impress the judges, who, in a twist—are their own dancers.



Class of '07

Premieres on March 17 on Prime Video

A comedy about a never-ending high school reunion with life and death stakes, Class of '07 takes place during a 10-year reunion of an all-girls high school where they must find a way to survive. Intertwined in decade-old drama, their greatest threat to survival isn’t the end of the world, but each other, and is set in the strangest of settings: the apocalypse.