20: What’s New in Streaming – March 12, 2021


Kid90 (Mar. 12) – In the 90’s, “Punky Brewster”’s Soleil Moon Frye recorded her experiences growing up in Hollywood with a number of other young Hollywood actors. These are her home movies.

Trolls: TrollsTopia, Season 2 (Mar. 18) – Exactly what you think it is.


The One, Season 1 (Mar. 12) – Love — and lies — spiral when a DNA researcher helps discover a way to find the perfect partner, and creates a bold new matchmaking service.

Love Alarm, Season 2 (Mar 12) – Popular Korean Drama starts its second season

Paper Lives (Mar 12) – Turkish film about a man who meets a homeless child who changes his life.

Paradise PD, Season 3 (Mar 12) – Adult-targeted animated series with Super Troopers-esque cops

Yes Day (Mar. 12) – Jennifer Garner – Always feeling like they have to say “no” to their kids, Allison and Carlos decide to give their three kids a “Yes Day,” during which the kids have 24 hours to make the rules.

Zero Chill, Season 1 (Mar. 15) – That age-old story. Brother and sister twins. He’s a hockey player and she’s a figure skater. The family picks up roots and moves to England when he gets a hockey scholarship, and she needs to prove she’s just as talented.

The Lost Pirate Kingdom (Mar 15) – Docu-series about *real* pirates in the Caribbean

RebellComedy: Straight Outta the Zoo (Mar 15) – Comedy group tackles mistaken identities

Waffles + Mochi (Mar 16) – Michelle Obama is joined by puppet friends to discover, cook and eat foods from around the world.

Operation Varsity Blues (Mar. 17) – Documentary on the scandal that shocked college recruitment and Hollywood.

Deadly Illusions (Mar 18) – Bestselling novelist suffers from writers block, hires a nanny for her children, line between fiction and reality starts to blur

Nate Bargatze: The Greatest Average American (Mar 18) – Comedy special – guy between Gen X and Millennials.


Justice League: The Snyder Cut (Mar. 18)


76 Days (Mar. 4) – The critically acclaimed documentary that explores Wuhan, China on the brink of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (Mar. 4) – SpongeBob goes on a quest to find his missing snail, Gary, and we learn how the gang met.

Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years, Season 1 (Mar. 4) – Animated in the same style as the new SpongeBob, Kamp Koral is a more kid-friendly SpongeBob series exploring his younger years.

Console Wars (Mar. 4) – The true story of the war between Nintendo and Sega.

The Real World Homecoming: New York (Mar. 4) –

For Heaven’s Sake (Mar. 4) – A true-crime docu-series on the disappearance of Harold Heaven from his remote cabin in Ontario in 1934.

Apple TV+

Cherry (Mar. 12) – In an epic odyssey of romance, war, drug addiction, and crime, a young man (Tom Holland) struggles to find his place in the world. Directed by the Russo Brothers.