It’s March Madness, bracket ballers! Does everyone have their brackets in? The stage is set and the games have already started; but while you’re waiting for your alma maters — or plain old favorites — to duke it out on the courts, you’ll need some equally-entertaining content to watch! And whether you use Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, or all of the above, your favorite streaming platforms are offering up the best new movies and shows to keep you occupied — or offer consolation as all our brackets implode. Starting with the freshest options is always the way to go, so let us here at Decider help you figure out what to watch this weekend and where to stream it.

New Movies and Shows to Stream This Weekend: Windfall, Human Resources, Deep Water and Master

You’ll have plenty of movies and shows to choose from this weekend, so let’s hop in! Netflix is covering the full gambit of genre options with the mystery thriller Windfall and the hysterical and Big Mouth spinoff series, Human Resources. You can relive Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas’ steamy romance with a horrible twist in the Hulu film, Deep Water. Lastly, Amazon Prime Video is offering up Master, a social commentary/horror film starring Regina Hall. Want to know more about these highlights and the rest of the stellar weekend lineup? Check out the rest of the hit titles new on streaming this weekend below:

New on Netflix March 18: Windfall

Lily Collins, Jason Segel and Jesse Plemons star in Windfall, an evocative film that is new on Netflix this weekend. This mystery thriller/drama follows a nomad (Segel) searching for support who breaks into a tech billionaire’s empty vacation home. But things take a turn for the worse when the haughty mogul and his wife arrive at the house for a weekend getaway and the nomad is still inside. Check out what happens next in Windfall, one of the best new movies on Netflix this month.

Stream Windfall on Netflix

New on Netflix March 18: Human Resources

If you love Big Mouth, then you will die for Human Resources, the hysterical animated series that is also new on Netflix this weekend. From the creatively-disgusting minds of the Big Mouth creators, this even-edgier spinoff series brings the viewers behind the scenes to follow the daily lives of characters like the Hormone Monsters, Shame Wizards, Love Bugs and more that add a little ‘zest’ to our daily lives. But just because these amorphous beings serve very specific purposes, they each have their own colorful personalities full of humanity that make the show relatable. And featuring fan-favorite voices like Maya Rudolph, Nick Kroll, Aidy Bryant, Randall Park, Henry Winkler and more, Human Resources is a crazy, edgy and comedic series and one of the best new shows on Netflix this month.

Stream Human Resources on Netflix

New on Hulu March 18: Deep Water

Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas are getting steamy in Deep Water on Hulu this weekend. This erotic thriller stars the former couple as Vic and Melinda Van Allen, a picture-perfect married couple (confusing, we know) that is anything but, thanks to the mind games the two love to play on one another. But when the people around them start turning up dead, one must question when do the games turn into reality? Based on Patricia Highsmith’s novel of the same name, Deep Water has been in the works for some time; but now you can finally check it out on Hulu this weekend.

Stream Deep Water on Hulu

New on Prime Video March 18: Master

New on Prime Video this weekend is Master, an insightful horror film that will be the topic of conversation amongst your peers next week. The movie is set at a fictional elite New England university and follows three women of color as they try to navigate the politics and privilege of the place. When once you tack on the fact that the school has been around for practically as long as the country has existed, you get the feeling that the university’s haunted past — and present — is more haunted than you originally believed. Starring Regina Hall, Zoe Renee, Amber Gray and more, Master is an amazing blend of horror, thriller and social commentary that is a must-watch.

Stream Master on Prime Video

Full List of New Movies and Shows on Streaming This Weekend

The options above only scratch the surface, so you know that this weekend’s full lineup will have amazing options for what to watch this weekend! For the full breakdown of the best movies and shows to stream now, or if you’re still undecided on what to stream this weekend, then check out the complete list below:

New on Netflix- Full List

Released Friday, March 18

Alessandro Cattelan: One Simple Question *NETFLIX SERIES
Animal: Season 2 *NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
Black Crab *NETFLIX FILM
Cracow Monsters *NETFLIX SERIES
Eternally Confused and Eager for Love *NETFLIX SERIES
Human Resources *NETFLIX SERIES
Is It Cake? *NETFLIX SERIES
Light the Night: Part 3 *NETFLIX SERIES
Standing Up *NETFLIX SERIES
Thomas & Friends: Race for the Sodor Cup
Top Boy: Season 2 *NETFLIX SERIES
Windfall *NETFLIX FILM
Without Saying Goodbye *NETFLIX FILM
Young, Famous & African *NETFLIX SERIES

New on Hulu – Full List

Released Friday, March 18

Deep Water (2022) *Hulu Original
Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Complete Season 20 (E!)
Life and Beth: Complete Season 1 Premiere *Hulu Original
Masterchef Junior: Season 8 Premiere (Fox)
Welcome to Flatch: Series Premiere (Fox)

Released Saturday, March 19

Captains of Za’Atari (2021)
I Know Who Killed Me (2007)
My Little Pony (2017)

New on Amazon Prime Video – Full List

Released Friday, March 18

Master (2022) *Amazon Original Movie

Released Saturday, March 19

The Invisible Man (2020) (IMDb TV)

New on HBO Max- Full List

Released Friday, March 18

Halloween Kills, 2021 (Extended Version) (HBO)
Lust, Max Original Season 1 Premiere
On My Way with Irina Rimes, Max Original Premiere
Pseudo, Premiere (HBO)
Vlad & Niki, 2018

Released Sunday, March 20

Amsterdam, Max Original Season 1 Premiere

New on Disney+ – Full List

Released Friday, March 18

Cheaper by the Dozen (Premiere) *Disney+ Original
More Than Robots (Premiere) *Disney+ Original
Step

New on Starz – Full List

Released Friday, March 18

Anastasia (1997)
Angel Heart (1987)
Balto (1995)
Balto II: Wolf Quest (2002)
Below (2002)
Broken Arrow (1996)
Bustin’ Loose (1981)
By Dawn’s Early Light (2000)
Capture The Flag (2015)
Commando (1985)
Dead Man on Campus (1998)
Eat That Question: Frank Zappa In His Own Words (2016)
Envy (2004)
Fright Night 2: New Blood (2013)
Gabriel Iglesias: The Fluffy Movie (2014)
If Only (2004)
Keeping Up With the Steins (2006)
King Ralph (1991)
Lambert & Stamp (2015)
Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector (2006)
Merchants Of Doubt (2015)
Q & A (1990)
Red Army (2015)
Robinson Crusoe (1997)
Séptimo (2013)
She’s the One (1996)
Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow (2004)
Solo (1996)
Stop-Loss (2008)
Strange Wilderness (2008)
Suicide Kings (1998)
That Thing You Do! (1996)
The American President (1995)
The Babe (1992)
The Brothers (2001)
The Crash (2017)
The I Inside (2004)
The Last Castle (2001)
The Last Temptation Of Christ (1988)
The Ninth Gate (1999)
The Salt of the Earth (2015)
Tigerland (2000)
Trials Of Cate McCall (2013)
Twilight (1998)
Two By Two (2015)
Zeus and Roxanne (1997)

Released Sunday, March 20

Outlander – Episode 603
Power Book IV: Force – Episode 107
Shining Vale – Episode 104

New on Showtime – Full List

Released Friday, March 18

Violet (Premiere)

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