Netflix, Amazon Prime: What's new for March

It's a short month, which means you even less time to see some some choice Netflix titles before they disappear.

Come March 1, films including "The Graduate," "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids," "The Blair Witch Project," "Dumb and Dumber," "Cool Runnings" and "Pretty in Pink" will no longer be available.

In their place will be "Teen Witch," "City of Ghosts," "Patch Adams," "The Brothers Grimm" and "Mercy Rule," among other films.

Later in the month, watch out for the complete series of "3rd Rock From the Sun," which arrives March 15.

And if you are not yet caught up on the first half of season 7 of "Mad Men," you're in luck. On March 22, Netflix will showcase it -- right before AMC starts airing the hit series' final episodes.

Season 3 of "House of Cards," meanwhile, premiered on Friday.

New content will be popping up on Amazon Prime, too, in March The films "The Alamo" "Taxi Driver" and "Donnie Brasco." And season 2 of "Drunk History" will surface starting Sunday.

Go to CNET for more specifics about what's coming and going on streaming services in March.