02/26/2016 09:25 EST | Updated 03/15/2016 10:59 EDT

Netflix Canada: What's Good In March 2016?

"Friends make the worst enemies."

March is a month of firsts on Netflix Canada.

First episodes of various new seasons, that is. Second, third and fourth episodes, too.

The highlight of the month is season four of "House of Cards," which begins streaming on March 4.

The new season picks up after Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey) was in the middle of his presidential re-election campaign. But there was trouble on the hustings ... and in his marriage.

When we last saw the first couple, his wife and partner Claire (Robin Wright) was leaving him. Viewers have yet to see if the series will pick up where it left off.

And that's just one title to look forward to in a month that will keep you glued to your television set.


"Daredevil," season 2

Season two of this Marvel series sees blind lawyer Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) taking up the mantle as the hero of Hell's Kitchen once again. This time, he has to go face-to-face with Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal), better known as "The Punisher."

"Pee-wee's Big Holiday"

One of television's most popular man-children (Paul Reubens) makes his triumphant return to screens in this Netflix original film, in which he takes a holiday to the Big Apple, leaving his small town for the first time.



"Avengers: Age of Ultron" disappointed, but this offbeat Marvel offering was a pleasant surprise that didn't shy from its ridiculous premise. Paul Rudd plays a thief who is enlisted by a genius inventor (Michael Douglas) to steal back a suit that can shrink a person down to a microscopically small size.


One of the most underrated comedies of 2015 stars Melissa McCarthy as a CIA desk jockey who is thrust into undercover work, with disastrous results.