Streaming TV in March: What’s New and What Can You Cancel?

As we near the end of February, streaming TV services are preparing to offer new content and features for March. Whether you’re looking for new shows, movies, or sports events, there are plenty of options to choose from. But with all these choices, it can be hard to know which services are worth the monthly subscription fee. Here’s a rundown of what’s coming in March and what services you may want to consider cancelling.

Netflix is set to release several new originals in March, including the highly anticipated fantasy series Shadow and Bone, the superhero comedy Thunder Force, and the crime drama The Irregulars. They’ll also be adding popular movies like Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell, and The Dark Knight. If you’re already a Netflix subscriber, these additions are included in your monthly fee.

Disney+ will release several new shows and movies in March, including the documentary Own the Room, the animated series The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, and the Marvel series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. However, Disney+ recently increased its monthly fee to $7.99, so you may want to consider if these additions are worth the extra cost.

HBO Max is adding several new movies and shows in March, including the DC film Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the sci-fi series Made for Love, and the thriller The Nevers. Additionally, HBO Max is offering a deal where new and returning subscribers can get six months of the service for 50% off if they sign up before March 1st. This offer could make HBO Max a more attractive option for those who don’t already have it.

On the other hand, there are some services you may want to consider cancelling if you’re looking to save money. For example, CBS All Access will be rebranding to Paramount+ in March, and while they’ll be adding new content like the original series The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run, the monthly fee is set to increase from $5.99 to $9.99. If you’re not a big SpongeBob fan or don’t watch a lot of CBS content, it may be time to cancel this service.

Similarly, Apple TV+ has yet to release a lot of new content since its launch in November 2019. While they do have some original shows and movies like Ted Lasso and Greyhound, there isn’t much else to keep subscribers interested. If you’re not a die-hard fan of these shows, it may be time to cancel this service as well.

In conclusion, March is shaping up to be a big month for streaming TV, with plenty of new content and deals to choose from. If you’re already subscribed to Netflix, Disney+, or HBO Max, you can look forward to some exciting additions included in your monthly fee. But if you’re looking to save money or are considering trying out a new service, it may be time to cancel some of the ones you’re currently subscribed to.