8 Family Movies and Shows to Stream This March

As we look for more ways to have fun while we stay home, the streaming world doesn’t fail to keep us entertained. There are plenty of new family movies and shows to enjoy in March, along with a few classics. Here are our streaming picks to watch this month.

Charlotte’s Web — March 1, HBO Max

Based on the novel by E.B. White, Wilbur, a pig, becomes friends with a barn spider, Charlotte. They work together to help save Wilbur from being slaughtered. The 2006 film stars Dakota Fanning and the voice of Julia Roberts as Charlotte.

Tim Burtons Corpse Bride — March 1, HBO Max

If your kids are fans of The Nightmare Before Christmas and Frankenweenie, make their March a little spooky with Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride. A groom accidentally rises a deceased young woman from the grave. 

Dolphin Tale — March 1, Hulu

 

This friendship between a boy and a dolphin will always warm our hearts. Based on a true story, learn how Winter, a bottlenose dolphin, was rescued by the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. The movie’s sequel will also be available on Hulu on March 1. 

Raya and the Last Dragon — March 5, Disney+ (Premier Access)

One of the most anticipated family movies coming out in 2021, Raya and the Last Dragon follows a young warrior on the quest to find the last dragon. You must have Disney Plus Premier Access to watch the movie, which costs $30.

City of Ghosts — March 5, Netflix

A group of kids explore the city they live in to hunt for ghosts in this documentary-style animated series. Follow along as kids talk to their neighbors, learn new stories and even interact with the ghosts.

Waffles + Mochi — March 16, Netflix

 

Michelle Obama stars in a new show in which she sends puppets Mochi and Waffles to travel around the world to learn all about food. Not only will they learn from chefs, but they will also meet celebrities like Jack Black and Common.

The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers — March 26, Disney+

Remember the classic ’90s hockey movie, The Mighty Ducks? They’re back! After her son is kicked out the Mighty Ducks junior hockey team, a mother decides to recruit a new team of underdogs. All she’s missing is help from the Mighty Ducks’ original coach, Gordon Bombay.

Pooch Perfect — March 31, Hulu

The new ABC dog grooming competition is about to get some serious transfurmations as the top three teams will try to win $100,000. If you’re a family that loves dogs, you have to watch the series premiere hosted by Rebel Wilson.


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