The boys are back!

The boys are back!IMAGE: Netflix

There's a whole lot of new entertainment on the way from Netflix in March with some huge stars making appearances too.

Ricky Gervais is back with a new series, playing a man who's stopped caring about life (and comes out with some spectacular insults as a result) and there's new standup from Amy Schumer too.

There's a tense new heist film with a seriously A-list cast and, of course, the best news of all: the boys are back. Yes, Queer Eye... returns for its third series! 

Check out what we'll be checking out next month.

After Life (from 8 March)

Fans of comedian Ricky Gervais will be happy to see this new show on their screens. The comedian stars as Tony who, when his wife dies, decides not to care about himself or anyone else any more. Tricky, when his pals are determined to save the nice guy they once knew.

Triple Frontier (from 13 March)

A Netflix Original film with a whopper cast. Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, and Garrett Hedlund all star in this tense drama about a group of former Special Forces operatives reunite to plan a heist in South America.

Queer Eye Season 3 (From 15 March)

Well, it’s about time! The Fab Five are back – and not a moment too soon. We’re not even going to pretend: this is what we’ll be living for. Happy vibes and amazing transformations of all sorts, welcome back boys!

Turn Up Charlie (from 15 March)

If you’ve been missing your dose of Idris Elba since the last series of Luther ended, worry not. He’s back and on Netflix this month, playing a down-and-out DJ trying to rebuild his music career while working as a nanny for his famous best friend.

Amy Schumer Growing (from 19 March)

In this new Netflix comedy special, filmed in Chicago, Amy Schumer gives her unique take on marriage, pregnancy and sex. It's a follow up to The Leather Special which premiered on Netflix back in 2017.

Bodyguard (from 23 March)

If you missed this massive hit when it was on TV, here’s your chance to catch it. It stars Richard Madden (who’s rumoured to be in the running as the next Bond) as David Budd, a troubled war veteran assigned to protect a controversial politician (played Keeley Hawes).  

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