Pop some popcorn and pull up a movie or show for a family-friendly movie night that everyone can enjoy. Here are the best movies and shows streaming in March.
On Feb. 26, watch the show “Pair of Kings,” where teenage twins find out they’re heirs to an island nation. See seasons 1 and 2 of “American Dragon: Jake Long” following a teenager who can magically turn into a dragon. Watch the short “Myth: A Frozen Tale” set in the world of Arendelle.
Every Friday, catch a new episode of “WandaVision.” The season finale is March 5.
On March 12, catch “Doc McStuffins: The Doc Is In,” as Doc McStuffins meets real kids, doctors and nurses. Learn more about animals from all over the world with eight seasons of “Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER.” See the adventures of a mysterious group of children in “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.”
On March 19, watch the first episode of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” as these two heroes team up. Season three of “Big Hero 6: The Series” shows Baymax, teen Hiro and their friends as superheroes.
On Feb. 26, watch “Bigfoot Family,” where a son works with a team to save his bigfoot father.
On March 1, catch the animated adventures of superpowered women with the first season of “DC Super Hero Girls.” Spider-Man has to stop the villains of New York City from destroying the city in “Lego Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom.”
On March 2, watch season five of “Word Party,” a kids’ animated series where four baby animals need help learning various skills.
On March 5, kids learn more about their city by talking to the ghosts who’ve lived there in “City of Ghosts.” In the final season of “Pokémon Journeys: The Series,” Ash tries to capture all the members of Pokémon.
On March 9, the third season of “StarBeam” is released following the adventures of Zoey as she transforms into a speedy superhero.
On March 12, two parents decide to say yes to all of their children’s requests in “Yes Day.”
On March 16, watch “Waffles + Mochi,” where whimsical characters from a supermarket travel all over the world to find new ingredients.
On March 19, see the second season of “Alien TV” where alien reporters try to figure out humans and their hobbies to report back to their planet.
Watch the four seasons of the musical adventures of the group “Big Time Rush” on March 26.
On March 29, seven girls learn life lessons in the first season of “Rainbow High.”
On March 6, see “Storks,” a look at the delivery service that drops off babies.
On March 18, catch season two of “Trolls: TrollsTopia,” following the musical adventures of the characters from the franchise.
On Feb. 26, see the premiere of “Tom & Jerry,” based on the antics of the TV show.
On March 1, watch a spider spin wondrous words into webs to save a pig in “Charlotte’s Web.” A vet can talk to animals in “Dr. Dolittle 2.” See author J.M.M. Barrie’s connection to a family that inspired “Peter Pan” in “Finding Neverland.” Grandparents are in charge in “Parental Guidance.” A shy groom practices his wedding vows and unknowingly commits himself to a ghostly bride in “Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride.”
On March 17, watch the adventures of Superman in “Superman: The Animated Series.”