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What’s On March 24

20 March 2024


Welcome to our March addition of What’s On, where we will give an overview of what’s new to screens big and small across the UK in March 2024.

Whatever genre floats your boat there is bound to be something for you, and we are here to help with the search for your perfect viewing opportunity. So get yourself comfy and let’s dive in. But remember this is not a definitive guide, if you can’t find what your after here it may be that it’s just not been included.

Cinema Releases

An image containing the movie posters of some of this months releases

Dune: Part 2

Let’s start off with this eagerly awaited second part of the epic Dune series, adapted from the books by Frank Herbert, which hit cinemas on March 1st. Timothee Chalamet and Zendaya return to pick up the story shortly after the end of part 1. They are joined by other big hitting stars in the form of Austin Butler, who plays the villain of the piece, and Florence Pugh.

Drive Away Dolls

This is a first solo outing for one half of the Coen Brothers, Ethan Coen, This is a roadtrip comedy staring Margaret Qualley and Geraldine Viswanathan who are making their way to Tallahassee. But as seen in the Coen Brothers movies, things don’t go to plan and the friends are soon on the run from mobsters who quite frankly should be thinking about a career change. This film hits cinemas on 15th March.

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire

Coming to the big screen on the 22nd March, this is a sequel to Ghostbusters Afterlife (2021). The Spengler family and the Ghostbusting team join forces to stop a new ice age when yet another discoverd evil artifact threatens the world from New York. This is set to be another fun family film that adds to the decades spanning franchise.


This horror follows Sydney Sweeney as a nun who moves from America to the Italian countryside. However, she soon uncovers secrets at the new Convent. The psychological horror is out on the 22nd March.

Mother’s Instinct

Released on the 27th March and featuring Jessica Chastain and Anne Hathaway as the leads whose relationship is torn apart after a tragic incident. Marketed as a psycological thriller this film is set in the 1960’s and follows the women through the events and breakdown of their relationship.

Kung Fu Panda 4

Jack Black returnsin this iconic animated role as Po, who has been chosen to be the spiritual leader. However, the Valley of Peace must be protected from a shape-shifting sorceress, so Po teams up with a Corsac fox to save the day. This films are fun for all the family and hits big screens on 28th March, just in time for the easter holiday’s.

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

We’re used to seeing these mythical creatures as enemies, but in this take on the franchise they must work together. The unlikely pair face an undiscovered threat in this film that is set to uncover their histories and the mysteries of skull island. In cinemas from 29th March.

Streaming Services


4th March sees the release of Hot Wheels: Let’s Race. Perfect for younger fans of the toys this series follows the hopefuls taking part in the ultimate garage racing camp. If your little on enjoys Hot Wheels, you can find some comfy Hot Wheels pyjamas for them to relax in while watching.

6th March sees the second series of Full Swing arriving to Netflix. The return of this golfing documentary series is bound to be a hit with all those swingers (of the golf club variety).

7th March brings us the Netflix Original series The Gentlemen. This is Guy Ritchies first outing directing for Netflix and this series does not dissapoint. Set on a country estate that has been infiltrated by gangsters, this series takes us back to Guy’s earlier films in style.

Also on the 7th March we go to the other extreme of the audience with season 3 of Thomas & Friends: All engines go hitting the small screen. Follow more adventures of the tank engines in style with these Thomas PJs.

8th March has Millie Bobby Brown’s latest venture hit Netflix. This fantasy movie see’s Millie’s character take fate into her own hands as she try’s to escape a dragon after royal blood. And there is no point waiting for the Prince to save the day when he’s the villain!

13th March – Badidos ia a Mexican drama series where the aim is to uncover Mayan treasures.

21st March sees the ambitious new sci-fi series 3 Body Problem. Spanning continents and decades as the laws of science unravel.

On the 29th March we see the return of Is It Cake? for season 3. This is a favourite in our house and one of our must watch choices for March.

Bill Nighy also makes an appearance on the 29th in The Beautiful Game. A Netflix original film about football’s Homeless World Cup.

Disney +

5th March sees the film Death and Other Details released. This who done it, set aboard a luxury cruise liner, sees the bodies piling up as Imogene must find out who the real murderer is to avoid being Interpol’s prime suspect.

6th March picks up where season 1 left off with the second season of Extraordinary. Jen is still trying to unlock her powers while the rest of her and her flatmates lives aren’t running smoothly.

Poor Things, the Oscar winning film with Emma Stone, can be streamed on Disney+ from the 7th March. Follow Bella a reanimated human as she learns how to live.

15th March is the much awaited date by Swifties as The Eras Tour hits screens. The film from Taylor Swifts massive tour is available in it’s entirety and includes additional songs.

20th March sees the animated return of x-men with Disney Marvels X-Men ’97. For those old enough to remember this follows on from 1990’s cartoon series (currently showing on Disney+). I’ll be doing a separate blog about this shortly so keep a look out for that.

The 20th March is NCIS day with season 21 of the original NCIS and season 3 of NCIS Hawaii airing.

28th March brings back 2 of Shonda Rhimes offerings. We have episode 1 season 20 of Greys Anatomy and the start of season 7 of the spin off show Station 19.

29th March has the Disney original series Renegade Nell. Having been framed for murder, Nell finds herself a notorious outlaw. But is her destiny made of bigger things?


This is the first time we’ve done this format for a what’s on blog and will be adding more in the coming months. If there is a particular channel/streaming service that you would like to see included let us know at

The month of March 24 has a wide mix of releases for both cinephiles and those looking for a cozy night in front of the TV.

In cinema we have a range of genre available from family friendly through to thrillers and horrors, while as always the streaming services offer a diverse range of new viewing opportunities.

So mark your calenders, set a reminder and settle down in front of the screen whether it be big or small as March 2024 0ffers entertainment galore.