The month of March, to put it simply, is a month of murder and mayhem and mystery on three of your favorite major streaming platforms. OK, that's also true a lot of other months of the year, but let's take a look and what's ahead in March.
On Amazon Prime Video you'll find Kate Beckinsale trying to figure out why the love of her life disappeared in a plane crash in the Congo — and why he's suddenly reappeared — in the premiere of The Widow.
Netflix brings us the second half of Season 5 of Arrested Development, new episodes of Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj and a new stand-up special with a very pregnant Amy Schumer.
And Hulu has the third season of the excellent Cardinal on tap.
And don't forget that you can come up for air from time to time with a free trial of ESPN+, which may well be the best $5 you spend each month given just how many non-prime-time sports it puts just a couple of taps away.
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