Hulu may have declared that March is karate month, but it looks like the folks at Amazon Prime won’t be observing that particular tradition this year. That’s because barely any of the new titles streaming on Amazon Prime in March are karate-based, including season four of Orphan Black, Kevin Spacey’s cat movie Nine Lives, and Taika Waititi’s What We Do In The Shadows. Prime is also adding a batch of new original shows and movies, including season four of Annedroids, season two of Hand Of God, the debut season of You Are Wanted, and Jim Jarmusch’s Iggy Pop documentary Gimme Danger. And even though you won’t be able to watch it before it wins or loses in its Oscar category, A Man Called Ove will be available at the end of the month.
The full list of what’s coming to Amazon Prime in March is below.
Available March 1
What We Do In The Shadows
The Cutting Edge: Going For The Gold
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
Vampire In Brooklyn
Available March 2
The Dressmaker (Amazon Original)
Available March 3
Annedroids, season four (Amazon Original)
Available March 10
Hand Of God, season two (Amazon Original)
Available March 11
Available March 16
Orphan Black, season four
Available March 17
Everybody Wants Some!!
You Are Wanted, season one (Amazon Original)
Available March 23
Gimme Danger (Amazon Original)
Available March 24
An American Girl Story—Ivy & Julie 1976 (Amazon Original)
Available March 29
A Man Called Ove
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