Bringing you some TV shows and movies that will be available on Amazon Prime Video in March! Don’t worry about the afterlife since it’s taken care of by Greg Daniels’ creative imagination, horror stories coming out of universities, and Ben Affleck continues to deliver following his recent release ‘The Tender Bar.’
Below is a list of TV shows and movies releasing in March 2022 on Amazon Prime Video!
The Boys Presents: Diabolical (4 March)
A universe in which superheroes use their superpowers not just for good but also to deceive the public. In ‘The Boys Presents: Diabolical‘, a group of unusual vigilantes band together to seek justice. The anthology series will consist of eight episodes loosely based on various never-before-seen sections of the live-action show. It is set in the same universe as the R-rated superhero series ‘The Boys’.
‘The Boys‘ is an action superhero series based on the same-named comic book. The creative team consists of writer Garth Ennis and artist Darick Robertson. Michael Cera, Giancarlo Esposito, Jason Isaacs, and Chace Crawford will lend their voices to the show, which is created by Awkwafina, Garth Ennis, and Seth Rogan. Don Cheadle and Kumal Kumail Nanjiani, who play the Marvel Cinematic Universe superheroes ‘Colonel James Rhodes / War Machine’ and ‘Kingo’, respectively, are cast in this series.
Watch ‘The Boys Presents: Diabolical’: HERE
Star Trek: Picard – Season 2 (4 March)
Sir Patrick Steward will resume his role as Jean-Luc Picard in season two of the popular science fiction series ‘Star Trek‘. The show centers around Jean-Luc Picard. His character was last seen setting off in the Speed Freighter La Sirena.
Alison Pill, Isa Briones, Michelle Hurd, Harry Treadaway, and Peyton List star in the show. ‘Star Trek: Picard‘ also reintroduces Whoopi Goldberg’s character Guinan, who was first introduced in the 1998 episode ‘The Child.’
Watch ‘Star Trek: Picard’: HERE
Lucy and Desi (4 March)
This documentary will incorporate pieces from the lives of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. In the 1950s, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz were a well-known couple in the entertainment industry. She was an Emmy award-winning actress who defied numerous preconceptions of the time. Elements of their sitcom ‘I Love Lucy’ were based on their real lives, and it laid the stage for future movies and television shows. It was among the first shows to feature a mixed-race relationship (American and Cuban).
Comedian, actress and director Amy Poehler bring the life and legacy left behind by the famous duo to our TV screens.
Watch ‘Lucy and Desi’: HERE
Upload – Season 2 (11 March)
‘Upload,’ a science-fiction comedy-drama produced by Greg Daniels, returns for a second season. This show’s concept is that when humans die in the future, they can transfer themselves to a virtual afterlife. Nathan Brown dies prematurely in season one and is taken through the afterlife by his handler Nora. What awaits Nathan in season two now that his girlfriend Ingrid has joined him at the end of season one?
It casts Robbie Amell (The Flash, The Babysitter: Killer Queen), Allegra Edwards (Briarpatch), and Musician Andy Allo. Greg Daniels has also worked on the television sitcoms ‘The Office’ and ‘Parks & Recreation.’
Watch ‘Upload’: HERE
Master – March 18
African-American women at a largely white New England institution began to describe terrible experiences. They are struggling to find their place there in the midst of the complications of politics and privilege. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film garnered a 78 percent rating. ‘Master’ is Mariama Diallo’s directorial debut and stars Regina Hall (Scary Movie Franchise, When the Bough Breaks), Amber Gray, and Zoe Renee.
Deep Water (18 March)
The Van Allens have fallen out of love with one another and initiated an open marriage. Things take a turn for the worst when the wife’s lover is discovered dead and the husband is named as a possible suspect.
Adrian Lyne directs this psychological thriller starring Ben Affleck (Good Will Hunting, Gone Girl) and Ana de Armas (Knives Out, The Night Clerk) in the leading roles. The film is based on Patricia Highsmith’s novel of the same name.
Lizzo’s Watch Out For The Big Grrrls (March 25)
Melissa Jefferson, better known as Lizzo, is a singer and hip-hop musician who is on the hunt for backup dancers to join her crew. A dance reality program challenges stereotypes and biases, including dance contestants of all shapes and sizes. The assembled dance troop will join her dance group ‘thebiggrrrls’.
Artist SZA, dance choreographer Charm La’Donna, and body movement expert Rashida KhanBey Miller are among the guests on the show.
Watch ‘Lizzo’s Watch Out For The Big Grrrls’: HERE
Bonus: Luxe Listings Sydney – Season 2 (April 1)
‘Luxe Listings Sydney‘ is a reality show about real estate and lifestyle. Season one followed real estate agents D’Leanne Lewis (Director/Owner of Laing+Simmons National Corporation), Simon Cohen (CEO and Founder of Cohen Handler), and Gavin Rubinstein (Founder of The Rubinstein Group) as they hustled and bargained in Sydney’s property market. Season two, as revealed by the promo film, will increase the difficulty and competition by introducing a new agent, Monika Tu.
Monika Tu is the Founder and Director of the Black Diamondz Group, and she is known for spearheading the global buyer revolution in the Australian property market. Brad Gustafson directs the unscripted reality and lifestyle show.
Watch ‘Luxe Listings Sydney’: HERE