TV Shows and Movies Coming to Netflix in March 2022

We’ve got you covered for the four weekends and thirty-one days of March with the movies and TV shows that will be available on Netflix. Find a wide range of genres and shows to suit everyone’s tastes. Our list includes the returns of shows and new debutants! A journey through the Okavango Delta marshes, a murder investigation with a lone suspect seeking the truth, life lessons from an animated adult show, and much more!

Here is a list of the TV shows and movies that will be available on Netflix in March 2022!

The Guardians Of Justice – March 1

Adi Shankar, a film producer and writer, who has worked on films such as ‘Bodied’, ‘Lone Survivor’, and the animated series ‘Castlevania’, brings an 8-bit video game style footage to Netflix with ‘The Guardians Of Justice‘. Described as “a pop art superhero-themed project” via his Instagram, the series will see cosmic titan Galacron, destroyers of worlds, on its way to planet earth. A team of superheroes must confront this evil being. The animated series will include a Robo-Hitler, Cyborg T-Rexes with lasers and ninjas.

The series casts WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page alongside Denise Richards, Derek Mears, and Sharni Vinson. 

Watch ‘The Guardians Of Justice’: HERE
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Worst Roommate Ever – March 1

Netflix continues to glue its audiences with startling stories and documentaries. ‘Worst Roommate Ever‘ is a four-part true-crime documentary that revolves around con artists, scammers and killers who are well aware of the law and bend it in their favor. It will focus on individuals looking for a roommate who later gets conned and heckled by them. The documentary will feature the true stories of Kwang Chol “K.C” Joy, Youssef Khater, Jamison Bachman, and convicted serial killer Dorothea Puente responsible for murders in her house in the 1980s.

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Against the Ice – March 1

A Game of Thrones reunion of sorts with Nikolaj Coster-Waldau cast alongside Charles Dance, joined by Peaky Blinders star Joe Cole as they bring the real-life adventure of polar explorer and author Ejnar Mikkelsen to our screens. The film will follow them as they search for a missing Danish expedition while enduring difficult physical conditions in their fight for survival. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau also co-wrote the script.

Watch ‘Against the Ice’: HERE

 

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Season 2) – March 3

The heroes of the Kingdom of Eternia make a return for a second season in ‘He-Man and the Masters of the Universe’. Prince Adam is tasked with locating the Sigil of Hissbefore the evil Skeletor as he seeks to awaken a snake soldier army. This classic 1980s animated series will see the return of some of its well-known characters, including Teela, Cringer (Battle Cat), Duncan (Man-at-Arms), and Skeletor.

Developed by Robert David, the voice Actors include Yuri Lowenthal, Kimberly Brooks, David Hope, and Benjamin Diskin.

Watch He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: HERE

 

Surviving Paradise: A Family Tale – March 3

Another feather in the crown of Netflix’s Nature & Ecology Documentaries. ‘Surviving Paradise – A Family Tale’  joins their lineup of shows that includes ‘Our Planet,’ ‘Seaspiracy,’ and ‘Life In Color.’ The documentary, which will be narrated by Bridgerton star Regé-Jean Page, follows a pride of lions across the Okavango Delta in Botswana, Africa. Set on one of the continent’s enormous grasslands and home to the most endangered species of large mammals, ‘Surviving Paradise – A Family Tale’ will tell the narrative of survival in the face of drought, famine, and the annual flood.

Watch Surviving Paradise: A Family Tale: HERE
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The Weekend Away – March 3

Beth and Kate are close friends who travel to Croatia for a weekend. After a night out, Kate goes missing and is subsequently found dead. Consequently, this mini-vacation goes horribly wrong. Beth, as the major suspect, must prove her innocence despite the odds being stacked against her, all while uncovering buried secrets. Kim Farrant directed the film, which stars Leighton Meester, Christina Wolfe, Amar Bukvic, and Ziad Bakri. It is based on Sarah Alderson’s novel of the same name.

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Pieces of Her (Season 1) – March 4

The suspense series will follow a young woman as she attempts to piece together her life while uncovering her mother’s many hidden secrets. After an attempted shootout, she realizes her mother is not the woman she has known her entire life. Toni Collette, Bella Heathcote, and Jessica Barden will feature in a new series based on the writings of New York’s best-selling author Karin Slaughter, who has published twenty-one books.

Watch ‘Pieces of Her’: HERE

 

Queer Eye: Germany (Season 1) – March 9

‘Queer Eye’ is a television franchise that features a team of LGBTQ+ experts. They give guests on the show lifestyle and fashion makeovers. After six seasons in the United States, the Emmy-winning show is now heading overseas with Germany as its next destination.

This season’s ‘Fab 5’ will include Showzberlin founder Ayan Yuruk, Jan-Henrik – Fashion and Bow Tie Expert of Auerbach Berlin, Aljosha Muttardi – nutritionist and health expert, Work-Life Coach Leni Bolt, and designer David Jakobs.

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The Adam Project – March 11

Adam Reed’s life takes a turn for the worst once he loses his father. After encountering his future self as a time-traveling fighter pilot who has crashed landed in his garage, the two of them set out on an expedition to save the future. Ryan Renolds (Deadpool, Buried) and Walker Scobell play Adam in the film. ‘The Adam Project‘ will also serve as a kind of reunion for Jenifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo, who previously collaborated on ’13 Going on 30′ in 2004.

Watch ‘The Adam Project’: HERE

 

Team Zenko Go – March 15

Team Zenko Go,’ produced by Dreamworks Animation Studios, is about a group of kids who perform acts of goodwill for the inhabitants of Harmony Harbor. All of their operations are overseen by their Aunt Yukie, who runs her convertible food truck as their secret base. Niah, Ari, Ellie, and Jax make up the team and carry out these good activities anonymously.

Nakai Takawira plays “Niah” in the voice cast and “Ari” is played by Hartley Bernier. “Jax” played by Dominic Mariche. “Ellie” played by Penelope Good. D’arcy Han portrays “Auntie Yuki,” while Tabitha St. Germain portrays “Ponzu.”

Watch ‘Team Zenko Go’: HERE

Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives (Limited Series) – March 16

Chris Smith, the director of ‘Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened’ and ‘The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann,’ brings us another twisted story set in New York City. A documentary with interviews of the employees and patrons of Pure Food And Wine Restaurant. It focuses on the restaurant’s slow demise after its owner, Sarma Melngailis, became connected with a man named Anthony Strangis, who among many things, claimed he could make her dog immortal.

Sarma Melngailis, also known as the ‘Vegan Fugitive,’ was accused of stealing over two million dollars from her business. On her website, she comments stating “So… what happened? Good question. I’m in the process of sorting it out. What was written in the press is mostly either inaccurate or only a small bit of the overall story. It’s quite a story.”

Watch ‘Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives’: HERE

Human Resources – March 18

A spin-off series of ‘Big Mouth,’ a coming-of-age story about youngsters discovering their sexuality while being guided by ‘hormone monsters.’ ‘Human Resources‘ is set in the same universe as Big Mouth. The monsters are now caring for the needs of their human adult clients. Depression Kitties, Lovebugs, Shame Wizards, Hormone Monsters, Logic Rocks, and other characters will appear in the show.

The voice cast list includes Keke Palmer, Pamela Adlon, Thandiwe Newton, David Thewlis, Randall Park and Maya Rudolph. The show is created by Jennifer Flackett, Andrew Goldberg, Nick Kroll and Mark Levin.

Watch ‘Human Resources’: HERE

 

Light the Night (Part 3) – March 18

A story set in the 1980s that follows the lives of women working at a red light district in a well-known Japanese club-‘Hikari’. After a dead body of a lady is found at the bar, Detective Pan Wen-cheng must find out the identity of the murderer while bringing out dark secrets as Rose turns out to be the primary suspect. Lien Yi-chi directs the Taiwanese period drama series, which stars Ruby Lin, Yo Yang, and Cheryl Yang.

Watch ‘Light the Night’: HERE
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Standing Up – March 18

Screenwriter Fanny Herrero leads us to other parts of Paris, away from the wine, cheese, and champagne, and into the lives of standup comedians. The drama centers around four comedians, Nezir, Assatou, Bling, and Apolline, who are eager to overcome difficulties in order to become successful standup comedians despite their challenges. The TV Drama stars Mariama Gueye, Younes Boucif, Elsa Guedj and Jean Siuen.

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Windfall – March 18

When a wealthy couple returns to their holiday house, they discover that a man has broken in. As they are taken prisoner in their own home, the drama and secret stories begin to unfold.

Directed by Charlie McDowell the movie stars Jesse Plemons (Judas and the Black MessiahThe Power of the Dog) Jason Segal (How I Met Your MotherSex Tape) and Lily Collins (Emily in ParisExtremely Wicked).

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Bridgerton (Season 2) – March 25

The second season of a series based on Julia Quinn’s best-selling novels will premiere in March 2022. A period drama set in the 1800s that revolves around the life of the Bridgertons, a high society family. Season one followed Daphne Bridgerton, the eldest daughter of the Bridgerton family, on her journey to locate an eligible marriage partner in search of true love, with scandalous newsletter and gossip writer Lady Whistledown spreading the word across the elite.

As announced via the show’s official Instagram account, season two will follow a narrative of Anthony Bridgerton, the eldest son in the family quest to find a life partner. The set in the Regency Era stars Phoebe Dynevor, Jonathan Bailey, Nicola Coughlan, Luke Thompson and Julie Andrews who serve as the narrative voice of Lady Whistledown.

Watch ‘Bridgerton’: HERE

 

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