Actor Kevin Spacey attends the "House Of Cards" Season 4 Premiere on February 22, 2016 in Washington, DC.
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By Tom Huddleston Jr.
March 2, 2016

By this point, we all know that cord-cutters still have a bevy of viewing options even without endless cable channels to peruse with the click of a remote. So, it should comes as no surprise that March brings another downpour of fresh original content from the most popular streaming services.

Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Hulu have each doubled down on their investments in original content, as streaming services challenge each other, as well as traditional broadcast and cable networks, for viewers’ attention.

Netflix said it would spend roughly $6 billion on original content this year alone, while Hulu—a joint venture of 21st Century Fox (FOX), Walt Disney’s (DIS) ABC, and Comcast’s (CMCSA) NBCUniversal—has also ramped up spending as it grows its portfolio of original shows. And, while Amazon has been careful not to specify its exact spending targets, Amazon Studios head Roy Price recently told Fortune that “it’s a significant commitment” as the company looks to expand its rollout of TV series and films.

This month, online viewers will have quite a selection of new programming from those three streaming services, including some highly-anticipated season premieres, series premieres, and even a movie that marks the return of a character that first debuted more than three decades ago.

Here’s a look at some of the new streaming programs debuting in March. (Note: Netflix also has a handful of additional films and specials, including two kids’ animated shows, debuting this month.)

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