Gail Mabalane stars in Netflix’s ‘Unseen’. Image: supplied.

‘Unseen’ to ‘You’ season four: What to expect on Netflix this March

From ‘Unseen’ to ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ season 12, here’s what to expect on Netflix this March.


Gail Mabalane stars in Netflix’s ‘Unseen’. Image: supplied.

Netflix has announced all the local and international shows that viewers can expect on the streaming platform this March.

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South African crime-drama Unseen debuts on Netflix on the 29 March. The series stars Gail Mabalane, Rapulana Seiphemo, and Ilse Klink. Unseen tells the tale of unassuming timid cleaner Zenzi Mwale — who goes on a quest to find her husband, Max. Max is missing after he’s released from jail. Dark and full of plot twists — so, viewers can be assured that they will be gripped from the very first scene. 

MH370: The Plane That Disappeared releases on Netflix on 8 March. A new insightful docuseries about the tragic Malaysian flight that seemingly disappeared into thin air in 2014, delves into one of the most fascinating and devastating mysteries of modern times. The documentary seeks to answer the question – what happened to that plane? 

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The second part of You season four arrives on the 9 March. Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley, has got himself into quite the situation in London already. So, he tries to find answers and gain redemption for his past this season.

Luther: The Fallen Sun releases on 10 March. The show follows the disgraced detective John Luther (played by Idris Elba) as he breaks out of prison to hunt down a sadistic serial killer. So, viewers are in for quite the treat!


Unseen – 29 March. A nondescript house cleaner desperately searches for her husband as a shadowy conspiracy dredges up past tragedies and ultimately drives her to murder.

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  • MH370: The Plane That Disappeared – Netflix Documentary: 8 March.  In 2014, a plane with 239 people aboard vanished from all radar. This docuseries delves into one of our greatest modern mysteries: Flight MH370.
  • You: Season four part two – Netflix Series – 9 March. Starting anew in London, Joe vows to bury the past and be his best self. But on the rocky road to redemption, a new obsession starts to take hold.
  • Luther: The Fallen Sun – 10 March. Haunted by an unsolved murder, brilliant but disgraced London police detective John Luther breaks out of prison to hunt down a sadistic serial killer.
  • Love Is Blind: Season four -24 March. New episodes weekly – Mar 24 – episodes 1-5. Mar 31 – episodes 6-8. More single people who are ready to prioritise love over looks hit the pods to flirt, fall, and — if they’re lucky — find someone they want to marry.
  • Murder Mystery 2 – 31 March. Now full-time detectives struggling to get their private eye agency off the ground, Nick and Audrey Spitz find themselves at the center of an international abduction when their friend the Maharaja is kidnapped at his own lavish wedding.


  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season eight – 1 March. In the show’s final season, Jake, Amy and the rest of the squad balance personal and professional challenges with their usual shenanigans. Nine-Niiiine!
  • Winchester – 1 March. The heiress to a vast firearms fortune constructs a mansion with a maze-like interior to ward off the spirits of those killed by her family’s product.
  • Bullet Train – 4 March. Five assassins board a Japanese bullet train bound for Kyoto and come to discover that their seemingly separate missions are mysteriously linked.
  • The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Season seven – 15 March. The housewives welcome new faces, revive old rivalries and get swept up in a red-hot undergarment controversy while living in California luxury.
  • Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Season 12 – 15 March. This season, the Kardashians embark on new adventures abroad while juggling jam-packed schedules, major life decisions and all kinds of family drama.
  • Below Deck – 15 March. Tropical horizons and nautical drama beckon as Captain Lee sets course for Tahiti on My Seanna with trusty steward Kate in charge of a whole new crew.
  • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – 21 March.In this prequel to the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, Bilbo Baggins joins a hardy group of dwarves on a dangerous quest to reclaim their lost kingdom.
  • The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – 21 March. Thorin and his band of dwarves flee the Orcs, pushing Bilbo toward a confrontation with the dragon Smaug in the second installment of the Hobbit saga.
  • The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – 21 March. Bilbo and the dwarves come under a final attack as armies from across Middle-earth converge on the Lonely Mountain to claim Smaug’s hoard of gold.
  • African Folklores Reimagined – 30 March. Six beloved African folktales are boldly reimagined in this multilingual anthology series exploring themes of grief, love and mysticism.

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