Absolutely everything dropping on Netflix Australia in March

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Folks we have some bad news: summer is over.

And yes, that means our beach days will be numbered, but on the plus side, it means we no longer need to make excuses about why we’re staying inside to watch TV.

To help prepare for the cooler months ahead, Netflix Australia is preparing to drop some seriously binge-worthy new material.

So, from the new season of Riverdale through to the mouth-watering cooking show, Ugly Delicious, here is a taste of what’s coming to Netflix Australia in March.

Riverdale: Season 4

Riverdale is back for a fourth season.

And yes, we know that one half of the season has already been released, but considering what happened in the latest episode (no we won’t spoil it)… the second half is shaping up to be the best yet.

We can’t wait to see plenty more drama go down for Archie, Veronica and Betty. They’ll be back weekly from March 6.

Lost Girls

Based on The New York Times bestselling novel by the same name, Lost Girls is the perfect new film for any true-crime fanatic.

Inspired by real events, the story follows a mother whose daughter goes missing.

Despite authorities being convinced that she ran away, her mother begins her own investigation, only to find a much bigger case involving the unsolved murders of young, female sex workers.

Lost Girls drops on March 13.

Ozark: Season 3

Jason Bateman’s riveting thriller, Ozark, returns for season three on March 27.

The Netflix original crime drama follows a financial planner and his family as they are forced to run an illegal money-laundering operation. With each season comes higher stakes, and from what we’ve seen, this season will be the most dangerous yet.

And get excited, because there is plenty more to come. Ozark’s showrunner, Chris Mundy, has said they hope to continue through to five seasons or potentially more. “We’ve always talked about it as five seasons. It could be four, it could be seven… but five always seemed like a good number to us,” he told The Hollywood Reporter.

You can stream the first two seasons on Netflix now.

Ugly Delicious: Season 2

Foodies, listen here: this is the new TV show for you.

Award-winning chef, David Chang, stars in this Netflix original docuseries, which takes the viewer on a culinary journey around the world. Visiting places including Istanbul, Tokyo, Mumbai and Sydney, Chang tries the local staples while hearing from the chefs how the dishes are made.

Chang is also preparing for his first child with his wife and learns some more basic dishes that are perfect for the little ones.

The show will make you laugh and salivate at the same time, so remember to eat before you watch it.

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