Television Series Arriving on Netflix and Amazon Prime for March 2015

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New original and off-network series titles for the month of March will appear on the streaming video services Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Most notable on Netflix is the premiere of the comedy “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” which was created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. It stars Ellie Kemper (“The Office”) in the eponymous title role whose character escapes a doomsday cult and begins life anew in New York City. Jane Krakowski (“30 Rock”) also stars. Originally slated for NBC this midseason, the series was sold to Netflix in late 2014 for a two-season deal.

Another Netflix notable original debuting this month (on March 20) is “Bloodline”starring Emmy winner Kyle Chandler (“Friday Night Lights”) and Academy Award winner Sissy Spacek. Created by Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman, and Glenn Kessler (all who created the FX drama “Damages”), the drama will focus on how a tight-knit family of four adult siblings deal when their black sheep brother returns home. Thirteen episodes for its inaugural season will be released.

A CGI reboot of the 80’s cult animated favorite “Inspector Gadget” debuts in the United States on Netflix on March 27 with 26 new episodes. The series has already been televised in Europe.

The first half of the seventh (and final) season of AMC’s critically-acclaimed “Mad Men” arrives on Netflix on March 22. The 60’s-era series about the advertising business from Manhattan will air its final seven episodes on AMC beginning April 5.

Also arriving on Netflix is the 90’s hit NBC comedy “3rd Rock from the Sun” (March 15). The entire six-season run about a group of aliens living on Earth as a human family starred John Lithgow, Kristen Johnston, French Stewart, Jane Curtin, and a young Joseph Gordon Levitt.

Netflix also features: the ESPN sports documentary “30 for 30: Of Miracles and Men” (March 1) about the 1980 U.S. Olympic men’s hockey team, the sixth season of Lifetime comedy/drama “Drop Dead Diva” (March 3), the fifth seasons of each FX’s “Archer” (March 7) and Fox’s “Glee” (March 7) — the former, inspired by 80’s drama “Miami Vice” and the latter featuring a poignant tribute episode to the late Cory Monteith, the complete series collection of the hit late 80’s NBC college sitcom (and “Cosby Show” spinoff) “A Different World” (March 15) which starred Lisa Bonet (as Denise Huxtable), Jasmine Guy and Marisa Tomei, and the first seasons of the IFC comedy “Garfunkel and Oates” (March 25) and AMC’s Revolutionary War-era drama “TURN: Washington’s Spies” (March 25).

Three series of note arrive on Amazon Prime beginning March 1st: the second season of Comedy Central’s hilarious “Drunk History”, the first season of the PBS series “Comet Encounter” and volumes 11-12 of PBS’s “NOVA”.