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Pluto TV March 2024 Programming

Pluto TV, the free streaming service from Paramount, has revealed its March highlights. The Pluto TV March 2024 schedule includes new channels, movies, TV marathons, an Oscars countdown, Women’s History programming, and more.

Pluto TV is the leading free streaming television service, delivering hundreds of live, linear channels and thousands of titles on-demand to a global audience.

The Emmy Award-winning service curates a diverse lineup of channels in partnership with over 400 international media companies, offering a wide array of genres, languages, and categories featuring movies, television series, sports, news, lifestyle, kids, and much more.

Pluto TV March 2024 Programming



Monster Jam: Monster Jam is where the world’s best drivers and their 12,000-pound monster trucks tear up the dirt in intense competitions of speed and skill. Witness crazy skills and all-out racing in fierce head-to-head battles for the Event Championship.

Watch as the world’s most popular trucks, like Grave Digger, El Toro Loco, Megalodon, and more, push the limits in Freestyle, Skills, Donut, and Racing competitions.

The Lone Ranger: The masked cowboy known as the Lone Ranger, and his trusty accomplice Tonto, fight for justice in the wild west.

Universal Monsters: Blood-sucking vampires, stitched-together monsters, and howling werewolves are guaranteed to give you goosebumps! The classics include Bride of Frankenstein, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Dracula, Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, The Mummy, The Wolf Man, and Phantom of the Opera.

Home Crashers: Contractors take “ambush renovations” to a whole new level with these remarkable redos.

Ultimate Builds: A spotlight on some of the most epic construction projects, from jaw-dropping decks, dazzling swimming pools, and more.

Rustic Retreats: Give country living a try with shows that showcase remarkable rural homes in the forest, mountains, and plains.

Medical Incredible: Real-life stories of troublesome parasites, medical mysteries, surprise pregnancies, and other anomalies.

Modern Marvels Presented by HISTORY: Celebrate the ingenuity and imagination found in the world around us. 24/7 episodes of Modern Marvels, television’s most innovative series.

Tough Jobs: Tough Jobs follows some of the toughest jobs on Earth – the rough-and-ready river logging crews on Ax Men, the Robertson family of Duck Dynasty, and the Ice Road Truckers of the Canadian tundra.



Airplane II: The Sequel


The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day


Brian’s Song (1971)


Chances Are


Cold Comes The Night

Coming To America


Dead Ringers


Double Jeopardy

Dreamland (2019)

Ella Enchanted

Everybody Wants Some!!

Facing The Giants

Fired Up!


Girl, Interrupted


Here And Now (2018)

How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days

Jackass: The Movie

Jackass Number Two

Jackass 3


Just One Of The Guys

Layer Cake

Little Women (1994)

Major League Ii

Major League: Back To The Minors

Miracles From Heaven

Mother! (2017)


Only Lovers Left Alive

Panic Room

Planes, Trains & Automobiles

Postcards From The Edge

Prom Night

The Quick And The Dead (1995)


Saving Face (2005)

Sense And Sensibility


Showdown At The Grand


St. Elmo’s Fire

Steel Magnolias (1989)

Striking Distance

Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby

The Craft

The Edge Of Seventeen

The Final Girls

The First Wives Club

The Mexican

The Mortal Instruments

The Remains Of The Day

The Truman Show

The Wolf Of Wall Street

Tommy Boy/Black Sheep

Troop Beverly Hills (1989)

True Romance

Used Cars (1980)



Yellowstone: Every Saturday & Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on More TV Drama

Flashpoint: Weekdays at 2 p.m. ET on Action Drama

SEAL Team: Weekdays at 8 p.m. ET on Action Drama

NCIS: Weekends at 12 p.m. ET on More TV Drama

Watch past winners all week leading up to the 2024 Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, March 10th.

March 4th on Pluto TV Staff Picks: Best Original Screenplay
Moonstruck, Chinatown, The Hospital, Father Goose, The Defiant Ones, Sunset Blvd

March 5th on Pluto TV Drama: Best Supporting Actor
No Country for Old Men, Iris, The Cider House Rules

March 6th on Pluto TV Drama: Best Supporting Actress
Boyhood, The Aviator, Cold Mountain, Girl, Interrupted, The Piano

March 7th on Pluto TV Drama: Best Actor
Lilies of the Field, True Grit, Raging Bull, Capote

March 8th on Pluto TV Drama: Best Actress
Silver Linings Playbook, The Queen, Monster, Dead Man Walking

March 9th on Pluto TV Spotlight: Best Picture
The Greatest Show on Earth, Marty, The Apartment, West Side Story, In the Heat of the Night, Rain Man, Platoon, Braveheart, Chicago, No Country for Old Men


Pluto TV Icons Marathons: Every day all month long, tune in to Pluto TV Icons for movie marathons featuring iconic female actresses such as Amy Adams (3/1), Charlize Theron (3/2), Cate Blanchett (3/3), Whoopi Goldberg (3/4), Laura Dern (3/5), Sally Field (3/6), Julia Roberts (3/7), Margot Robbie (3/19), Salma Hayek (3/23), Meryl Streep (3/30), and many more.

Women of Wrestling Marathon: Every Wednesday starting at 1 p.m. ET on Fight

International Women’s Day on March 8th: Female Directors Marathons
All Day on Pluto TV Staff Picks: In a World…, Zola; Girl In Progress; Just Before I Go; Mad Money; Professor Marston and the Wonder Women; Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging; Death Defying Acts; Friends With Kids; My Blind Brother; What Women Want; The Intervention; Lucky Numbers; Ride Like a Girl; Awakenings; Best Men; Better Than Chocolate; Certain Women; Miracles From Heaven

2 p.m. ET on 00s Replay: Prize Winner of Defiance, OH; Things We Lost in the Fire; Saving Face; What’s Cooking; Away From Her; Kiss the Bride; Me Without You

8 p.m. ET on 80s Replay: Valley Girl, She-Devil, Making Mr. Right, Children of a Lesser God

8 p.m. ET on 90s Throwback: Down in the Delta, Rambling Rose, Little Man Tate, The Perez Family, Party Girl

8 p.m. ET on Pluto TV Cult Films: Grease 2, Tank Girl, Vamps, The Love Witch

March 1st on VOD: IN BLOOM
From the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, Paramount Global, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, IN BLOOM is a unique anthology of five compelling short films spanning countries and cultures. IN BLOOM delves into the complexities of gender issues following characters on the brink of life-defining moments by choice or circumstance.

The collection tells unheard stories addressing a range of crucial issues including period poverty, child marriage, gender-based violence, HIV self-stigma, family planning and women’s economic empowerment. Featuring:

Period – written and directed by Nicole Teeny: Like many of her classmates at her underserved school, Fay cannot afford menstrual products, so she sets out on a crusade to get them for free. Genre: Comedy Drama, Language: English, Cast: Yasmina El-Abd

Alta – written and directed by Priyanka Banerjee: A defiant teenager refusing to come out of the bathroom forces her helpless father to seek help to reason with the girl, but things take a turn when their true relationship is revealed. Genre: Drama, Language: Bengali, Cast: Mazel Vyas

Maré – written and directed by Giuliana Monteiro: A mother on the edge of her sanity seeks solace from a tumultuous life situation. Genre: Drama/ Social-realism, Language: Portuguese, English, Cast: Vanessa Giácomo

Kifungo – written and directed by Voline Ogutu: An ambitious, romantic struggles with self-acceptance after finding out that she is HIV positive. Genre: Psychological Horror, Language: Swahili, English, Cast: Brenda Wairimu

Aféfé – written and directed by Dolapo ‘LowlaDee’ Adeleke: When her elderly and ailing mother-in-law moves in unexpectedly, life for an impassioned local beautician takes a frightening turn. Genre: Drama, Language: Yoruba, Nigerian Pidgin, English, Cast: Folu Storms