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March is shaping up to be an exciting month for Amazon Prime Video subscribers. New TV shows and movies are coming your way, and we’ve got some recommendations you should add to your watchlist ASAP.
First off, March 5 marks the premiere of Coming 2 America, the long-awaited sequel to the iconic 1988 comedy Coming to America. An Amazon original, the movie follows newly crowned King Akeem and his trusted confidante Semmi as they embark on an all-new adventure. They’ll be traversing the globe from Zamunda to New York once again – and based on the trailer, this will be a journey you don’t want to miss. Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall together again? Yes, please!
As a quick refresher, Coming to America saw Akeem travel to the United States in the hopes of finding a woman he can marry. The movie is streaming on Prime Video as well if you want to watch it before the sequel drops.
Next, get ready for a Stephen King adaptation with an excellent cast. The Stand is a post-apocalyptic drama set in a world decimated by plague, where the remaining survivors are engaged in a battle between good and evil. Saying more would be spoiling things, but with a cast that includes Whoopi Goldberg, Alexander Skarsgård, James Mardsen and Amber Heard, this is must-see TV in our book.
Superhero fans might want to check out new animated series Invincible, based on the groundbreaking comic book from Robert Kirkman, also responsible for The Walking Dead. The story follows a boy whose father is the most powerful superhero on the planet. When the boy starts to develop powers of his own, he discovers that his father’s past is murkier than he knew. Intriguing.
A fun sports docu-series is also arriving this month. Making Their Mark follows players, coaches and executives across six teams in the Australian Football League as they pursue the ultimate goal of an AFL grand final victory.
Finally, since February was shorter than your average month, you should catch up with some of last month’s exciting premieres you might have missed – most notably British series It’s a Sin and praised comedy thriller I Care a Lot.
Check out the full list of streaming titles coming to Prime Video Canada in March below. You can stream all of them using Prime Video's 30-day free trial. After the list of new titles for March you’ll also find what shows and movies are leaving the service.
|Top Gun||Movie||1 March|
|Dispatches From Elsewhere (Season 1)||TV Series||2 March|
|The Sunlit Night||Movie||4 March|
|Coming 2 America||Movie||5 March|
|Jack And Jill||Movie||10 March|
|The Priest||Movie||10 March|
|The Painter And The Thief||Movie||11 March|
|Secrets We Keep||Movie||11 March|
|The Luminaries (Season 1)||TV Series||11 March|
|Making Their Mark (Season 1)||TV Series||12 March|
|Saving Private Ryan||Movie||15 March|
|The Firm||Movie||15 March|
|Forrest Gump||Movie||15 March|
|The Godfather||Movie||15 March|
|The Godfather: Part II||Movie||15 March|
|The Godfather: Part III||Movie||15 March|
|Hard Kill||Movie||18 March|
|The Stand (Season 1)||TV Series||19 March|
|Blumhouse’s The Craft: Legacy||Movie||19 March|
|She Dies Tomorrow||Movie||25 March|
|Invincible (Season 1)||TV Series||26 March|
|Rocketry: The Nambi Effect||Movie||27 March|
|Hit 2||Movie||28 March|
|Annabelle Subramaniam||Movie||29 March|
|Lone Survivor||Movie||31 March|
|Walk Among The Tombstones||Movie||31 March|
|At Eternity’s Gate||Movie||1 March|
|Chicago Med||Movie||1 March|
|Pitch Perfect||Movie||1 March|
|Pitch Perfect 2||Movie||1 March|
|Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas||Movie||15 March|
|Love Actually||Movie||15 March|
|Magnum P.I. (2018)||Movie||19 March|
|American Renegades||Movie||21 March|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Movie||22 March|
|Gods Of Egypt||Movie||30 March|
|Amazon Riders||Movie||31 March|
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