Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen series and 5 more new releases on Netflix this weekend, Mar. 8-10

Millie Bobby Brown faces a dragon and Theo James tries to extricate his family from a criminal empire, plus more new releases on Netflix this weekend.

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As we head into the second weekend of March, there are plenty of great options to watch on Netflix this weekend, including the latest season of Blown Away and new Netflix Originals like The Gentlemen and Damsel.

For those who need help deciding what to watch, we've detailed some of our top picks for the weekend below!

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The Gentlemen

  • Episode count: 8
  • Cast: Theo James, Kaya Scodelario, Daniel Ings, Joely Richardson, Giancarlo Esposito, and Vinnie Jones
  • Rating: TV-MA

A spinoff series based on Guy Ritchie's 2019 movie of the same name, The Gentlemen centers on the Horniman family and the death of family patriarch, the Duke of Halstead. The Duke leaves his entire country estate to his second son, Eddie Horniman (Theo James), much to the shock of the family, particularly eldest son Freddy (Daniel Ings).

In addition to the estate and its many properties, Eddie discovers his father has allowed part of a marijuana empire has a stake on the property. Determined to free his family from the criminal enterprise, Eddie finds himself thrust into Britain's criminal underworld and realizes he might actually be adept at the unsavory parts of the job.

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Damsel. (L-R) Millie Bobby Brown as Elodie and Nick Robinson as Prince Henry in Damsel. Cr. John Wilson/Netflix ©2024 /


  • Runtime: 1 hour 49 minutes
  • Cast: Millie Bobby Brown, Ray Winstone, Robin Wright, Nick Robinson, Angela Bassett, Brooke Carter, and Shohreh Aghdashloo
  • Rating: PG-13

"There are many stories of chivalry, where the heroic knight saves the damsel in distress. This is not one of them." That's the opening quote of Damsel, the new dark fantasy film starring Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown, and it's indicative of the kind of female-fronted story that unfolds over the course of the movie.

Brown plays a dutiful heroine who reluctantly agrees to an arranged marriage in exchange for her famine-stricken realm being taken care of by the wealthy and bountiful kingdom of Aurea. What she doesn't know is that this royal family upholds a long-standing tradition of sacrificing their princesses to a fire-breathing dragon to repay an ancient debt.

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Queen of Tears

  • Cast: Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Ji Won
  • Rating: TV-14

From the celebrated writer behind Crash Landing on You comes another charming romantic comedy series premiering on Saturday, March 9. Like with many of the Korean series on Netflix, Queen of Tears won't be released all at once, but new episodes will drop on Saturdays.

The series stars Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Ji Won as a power couple embroiled in the cutthroat world of corporate intrigue. Netflix teases that the series "weaves a compelling tale of love, resilience, and evolution, positioning itself as the year's must-see romance spectacle."

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The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping

  • Episode count: 3
  • Rating: TV-MA

Netflix's latest investigative documentary series is an inside look behind the scenes of the Academy at Ivy Ridge, a school supposedly for troubled kids that was supposed to help rehabilitate them but instead forced them to suffer years of mental and physical abuse.

The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping is directed by Katherine Kubler, one of Ivy Ridge's former students, who recruits other victims of the school to expose the horrors of the troubled teen industry and what really went on at Ivy Ridge.

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Your Lucky Day (2023)

  • Runtime: 1 hour 29 minutes
  • Director: Daniel Brown
  • Cast: Angus Cloud, Elliot Knight, Jessica Garza, Sterling Beaumon, Mousa Hussein Kraish, Jason Wiles, Sebastian Sozzi, Spencer Garrett, and Jason O'Mara
  • Rating: R

Your Lucky Day is an indepedent thriller film featuring a posthumous performance from Euphoria star Angus Cloud. A dispute over a winning lottery ticket spirals into a deadly hostage situation that results in the witnesses present deciding just how far they're willing to go for a cut of the multi-million dollar prize.

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