In March 2022, Netflix is adding a thriller drama TV series based on a novel, the German version of a beloved reality TV series, a limited docuseries about a famous painter and director, the final season of a historical fiction TV show, the spinoff series of a popular adult comedy series, the second season of a successful drama TV series, and a lot more. The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped, and while cinemas all over the world continue to be open and house a variety of movies, streaming services haven’t lost any force and continue to be the main source of entertainment for many. Luckily for Netflix users, the streaming giant adds new licensed and original content every month, so they always have something to watch.
February saw the arrival of TV series like Murderville and Vikings: Valhalla, new seasons of Kid Cosmic, Raising Dion, Disenchantment, Young Wallander, and Space Force, and movies like Tall Girl 2 and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. On the licensed content front, March will see movies like Battleship, Contagion, Shrek and Shrek 2, Texas Chainsaw 3D, Where The Wild Things Are, and Beirut, but all the attention will go to the original content Netflix is bringing, as some of them are some highly-anticipated projects.
When it comes to original content, Netflix will welcome a TV series starring Toni Collette, the German version of Queer Eye, the final season of The Last Kingdom, a sci-fi movie starring Ryan Reynolds, Big Mouth’s spinoff TV series, season 2 of a drama TV series produced by Shonda Rhimes, and more. Here’s everything releasing on Netflix in March 2022.
The Guardians of Justice — NETFLIX SERIESWhen their seemingly fearless leader self-destructs, a team of troubled superheroes must confront festering evil in the world — and in themselves.
Worst Roommate Ever — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARYViolent con artists. Stone-cold killers. These terrifying true stories unveil some of the worst cohabitation experiences one could ever imagine.
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Freddy vs. Jason
The Green Mile
My Best Friend’s Wedding
The Shawshank Redemption
Sorry to Bother You
Texas Chainsaw 3D
V for Vendetta
Where the Wild Things Are
Against the Ice (2022)
- In 1909, Denmark’s Arctic Expedition led by Captain Ejnar Mikkelsen (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) was attempting to disprove the United States’ claim to Northeast Greenland. This claim was based on the assumption that Greenland was broken up into two different pieces of land. Leaving his crew behind with the ship, Mikkelsen embarks on a journey across the ice with his inexperienced crew member, Iver Iversen (Joe Cole). The two men succeed in finding the proof that Greenland is one island, but returning to the ship takes longer and is much harder than expected. Battling extreme hunger, fatigue and a polar bear attack, they finally arrive to find their ship crushed in the ice and the camp abandoned. Hoping to be rescued, they now must fight to stay alive. As the days grow longer, their mental hold on reality starts to fade, breeding mistrust and paranoia, a dangerous cocktail in their fight for survival.
The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure (2022)
Savage Rhythm (Season 1)
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Season 2)
Midnight at Pera Palace (Season 1)
Power Rangers: Dino Fury (Season 2)
Surviving Paradise: A Family Tale
The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties (Season 2)
The Weekend Away
- A weekend getaway to Croatia goes awry when a woman (Leighton Meester) is accused of killing her best friend (Christina Wolfe) and her efforts to get to the truth uncover a painful secret.
Lies and Deceit (Season 1)
Making Fun (Season 1)
- What does a modern fairytale look like when the prince falls from his white horse and the princess climbs on it herself? When Leyla hits her thirties, everyone expects anything and everything from her. Leyla has no husband, no child, no clear career path and is therefore labeled “Meskina”: pathetic. Meskina is a scintillating modern comedy about a thirty-something woman who tries to find her own way despite all the expectations associated with the ideal image of family, love, and work.
Pieces of Her (Season 1)
- In a sleepy Georgia town, a random act of violence sets off an unexpected chain of events for 30-year-old Andy Oliver (Bella Heathcote) and her mother Laura (Toni Collette). Desperate for answers, Andy embarks on a dangerous journey across America, drawing her towards the dark, hidden heart of her family
The Invisible Thread
- The bittersweet story of Leone, a teenage boy with two fathers. Leone will have to face the prejudices his family generates, while dealing with the separation of his fathers.
Good Girls (Season 4)
An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts: Season 2
Autumn Girl (2022)
Chip and Potato: Season 3
Last One Standing: Season 1
Taylor Tomlinson: Look At You (Comedy Special)
Queer Eye: Germany (Season 1)
- Queer Eye Germany is the first international export of the US hit reality format. Experts Leni Bolt, David Jakobs, Jan-Henrik Scheper-Stuke, Aljosha Muttardi and Ayan Yuruk guide their mentees towards opening the door to a new and better chapter in life. Over five episodes, the Fab 5 provide inspiration for positive change to the stories of their five everyday heroes, including a young soccer coach’s coming out, a single father’s way back into dating, and a shaken young woman’s journey to finally enjoying life.
The Andy Warhol Diaries (Limited Series)
- From executive producer Ryan Murphy and director Andrew Rossi, this expansive, six-part portrait of a legend chronicles the remarkable life of Andy Warhol from the intimate vantage point offered by the artist’s own posthumously published diaries. Beginning with his childhood in Pittsburgh, the series traces Warhol’s almost unbelievably diverse journey fluidly moving between mediums and through eras as an artist – both revered and reviled – director, publisher, TV producer, scene maker, celebrity, and much more. While he was a larger-than-life figure, Warhol was intensely private regarding his personal life. This series truly reveals much about the very complex man through his own words – often in his own voice through the use of cutting-edge AI techniques – and those who worked, created, and played alongside him from the subversive to the mainstream, from John Waters to Rob Lowe.
The Bombardment (2021)
Byron Baes: Season 1
The Last Kingdom (Season 5)
- Years have passed since the events of season 4, and King Edward is still forging ahead with his ambitions to unite the Saxon Kingdoms to fulfill his late father’s dream. Although a long-standing peace between Danes and Saxons now exists, that harmony is under threat, not only by a new Danish invasion but a Saxon rebellion. Uhtred has been entrusted with protecting Edward’s illegitimate son, the future King of England, Aethelstan, but the treacherous Lord Aethelhelm has ambitions for his grandson Aelfweard, Edward’s other son, to rule. Uhtred will face his greatest enemies and suffer immeasurable loss on his quest towards fulfilling his destiny. Meanwhile, Edward treads a fine line between peace-keeper and authoritarian as he battles to bring together the fractured Kingdoms of the land. In a surprising twist of fate, Uhtred discovers that the quest to unite England may well be linked to his own personal destiny.
Krama’s World (Season 2)
Kotaro Lives Alone (Season 1)
Love, Life & Everything in Between (Season 1)
Formula 1: Drive to Survive (Season 4)
Life After Death with Tyler Henry (Season 1)
Once Upon a Time… Happily Never After (Season 1)
The Adam Project
- A time-traveling pilot (Ryan Reynolds) teams up with his younger self (Walker Scobell) and his late father to come to terms with his past while saving the future.
London Has Fallen
Adam by Eve: A Live in Animation
Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous
One Piece Film: Strong World
Team Zenko Go (Season 1)
A Walk Among the Tombstones (2014)
Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives (Limited Series)
- A celebrity restaurateur once hailed as the queen of vegan cuisine becomes a fugitive when she goes on the run with a man who cons her out of a fortune by convincing her that he holds the key to making every dream – from expanding her food empire to making her beloved pitbull immortal – a reality.
Heist: The Great Robbery of Brazil’s Central Park (Season 1)
Pedal to Metal (Season 1)
Lee Daniels’ The Butler
Rescued By Ruby
- State trooper Dan (Grant Gustin) dreams of joining the K-9 Search & Rescue team, but no one will give him the chance. Shelter dog Ruby dreams of having a home, but is running out of hope. When fate brings Dan and Ruby together, it’s their unshakable bond that helps them face their toughest challenge yet. Based on a true story.
Soil (Season 1)
Alessandro Cattelan: One Simple Question (Season 1)
- Swedish action thriller set in a post-apocalyptic world torn apart by war. During a long, harsh winter, six soldiers embark on a covert mission across a frozen archipelago, risking their lives to transport a mysterious package that could end the war. As they enter hostile enemy territory, they have no idea what dangers lie ahead or who, if anyone, they can trust. For speed skater turned soldier Caroline Edh, the mission is about something else entirely. Starring Noomi Rapace in a film directed by Adam Berg.
Cracow Monsters (Season 1)
Human Resources (Season 1)
- From the inventive minds that brought Big Mouth, comes the even edgier and adult-ier Human Resources. The spin-off pulls back the curtain on the daily lives of the creatures – Hormone Monsters, Depression Kitties, Shame Wizards, and many more – that help humans journey through every aspect of life from puberty to parenthood to the twilight years. It quickly becomes clear that though the protagonists are creatures, they have a lot of humanity themselves.
Light the Night (Part 3)
Standing Up (Season 1)
Thomas & Friends: Race for the Sodor Cup
Top Boy (Season 2 or Season 4)
- A wealthy couple comes to their vacation home only to discover someone in the middle of robbing it. Directed by Charlie McDowell and starring Jason Segel, Lily Collins, and Jesse Plemons.
Without Saying Goodbye
Young, Famous and African (Season 1)
Call The Midwife (Season 10)
In Good Hands
Jeff Foxworthy (Comedy Special)
The Principles of Pleasure (Documentary)
Love Like Falling Petals
Bridgerton (Season 2)
- Bridgerton is a romantic, scandalous, and quick-witted series that celebrates the timelessness of enduring friendships, families finding their way, and the search for a love that conquers all.
Blade Runner 2049
King of Thieves
Johnny Hallyday: Beyond Rock (Season 1)
Trust No One: The Hunt For The Crypto King (Documentary)
Air Bud: Super Pup Z
Casual (Seasons 1-4)
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