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As Netflix continues to be a go-to streaming destination for people to watch the latest TV and movies, all eyes are on its library going into March of 2021.
With February coming to a close, Netflix is adding a slew of both tried-and-true movies and TV shows as well as a handful of originals. For example, comedian Nate Bargatze will debut his latest stand-up comedy special titled "The Greatest Average American" in March alongside fellow comedian Loyiso Gola’s "Unlearning."
For movie lovers, the Jennifer Garner-led original comedy "YES DAY" drops on the platform as well as buzzworthy older dramas such as "The Dark Knight" and "Training Day." Meanwhile, documentary fans can wrap their heads around "Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal," which promises to give an in-depth look at the scam that ensnared stars like Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
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