21: What’s New in Streaming – March 19, 2021
Alien TV, Season 2 (Mar 19) Animated series about aliens who try to make sense of Earth-based hobbies
Formula One: Drive to Survive, Season 3 (Mar 19) Docuseries about life both on and off the track for owners, drivers, and crew
Sky Rojo (Mar 19) From the creators of Money Heist, Spanish crime drama
Country Comfort, Season 1 (Mar. 19) – Family-oriented sitcom with Katharine McPhee as a country singer who loses her band and finds herself recruited as a nanny for the five kids of single dad and rugged cowboy Beau (Eddie Cibrian).
Seaspiracy (Mar. 24) – A Netflix original documentary. Seaspiracy examines the global fishing industry, challenging notions of sustainable fishing and showing how human actions cause widespread environmental destruction.
Chasing Waterfalls (Mar. 20) – Starring Cindy Busby and Christopher Russell. Amy is assigned to photograph a fabled waterfall and ends up falling for her rugged guide, Mark.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Mar. 19)
Expedition: Back to the Future (Mar. 15) – 4 part series from Josh Gates of Expedition Unknown on Discovery, where he goes in search of the original DeLorean from Back to the Future movies, with appearances from Christopher Lloyd, Michael J. Fox, and Lea Thompson, and filmmaker Bob Gale.
Lady Gucci: The Story Of Patrizia Reggiani (Mar. 20) – The story of Patrizia Reggiani, from her relationship with Maurizio Gucci to the nightmare that followed, explore the shocking details of this extraordinary real-life case.
Estonia (Mar. 20) – In 1994, The MS Estonia ferry sank as it was crossing the Baltic Sea. New footage and exclusive interviews help to explore the details of this tragic incident and reveal what may have caused it.
Portals to Hell (Mar. 20) – Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman face all-new eerie encounters in the return of Portals to Hell. The avid paranormal investigators resume their chilling journey to haunted locations across the U.S., confronting the dark side of the supernatural as they seek concrete evidence that a spirit world exists. In each episode, Osbourne and Weidman dive headfirst into a site, examining unusual incidents while utilizing specialized technology and a network of experts, including psychic mediums, in their search for answers.
Who Killed My Son? (Mar. 23) – In 2014, Pravin Varughese was a college student at Southern Illinois University when he went missing. As his family searched for answers, they faced prejudice, deception, and frustration with the legal system, constantly being told that their son’s murder was his own fault. In this two-hour documentary, television journalist Soledad O’Brien shares the story of a family who turned their mission into finding the truth.
Miracle Fishing: Kidnapped Abroad (Mar. 25) – In 1994, Miles Hargrove’s father was kidnapped outside their home in Cali, Colombia by the FARC. In an instant, the Hargrove family found themselves in the midst of a Colombian epidemic – the kidnap and ransom trade. To cope with the long and difficult negotiations, Miles kept a Video8 diary of the events that unfolded. Twenty-five years later, he revisited the footage to turn his diary into a documentary chronicling his family’s incredible story.
Cypher, Season 1 (Mar. 19)