Discover a variety of shows and movies coming to Disney+, Hulu and Hotstar in March. Stories that use humor to represent violence, a Hannibal-ensue treat between couples, Oscar Isaac plays his third role as a marvel character faced against a cult-like figure ‘Dr. Arthur Harrow’ (portrayed by Ethan Hawke), and more! Hulu, Disney+ and Hotstar have it all for the upcoming month of March! Catch your favorite actors completely identifying with a role and sharing real-life stories with us!
Below is a list of TV Shows and Movies Coming to Disney+, Hulu and Hotstar in March 2022.
The Dropout (Hulu) – March 3
This mini-series will tell the narrative of Elizabeth Holmes and the growth and fall of her health technology firm, Theranos. It will follow her from dropping out of Stanford University in 2003, founding the blood-testing firm Theranos to becoming the youngest and wealthiest self-made female billionaire in America in 2015.
‘The Dropout‘ stars Amanda Seyfried (Mamma Mia!) as Elizabeth Holmes and Naveen Andrews (Lost) as Sunny Balwani.
Watch ‘The Dropout’ on Hulu: HERE
Rudra The Edge of Darkness (Hotstar) – March 4
DCP Rudraveer “Rudra” Singh is a brute officer who checks off criminals on his list. Set in Mumbai city, the show delves into the minds of exceptionally talented and vicious criminals, as well as the detective who tirelessly pursues them.
The show stars Ajav Devan, Raashi Khanna, Esha Deol, Atul Kulkarni and Ashwini Kalsekar. Directed by Rajesh Mapuskar, it is loosely based on the British series ‘Luther’. Actor Ajay Devgan is no stranger to playing a tough cop, having played the role of Police Inspector ‘Bajirao Singham’ three times.
Watch ‘Rudra The Edge of Darkness’ on Hotstar: HERE
Fresh (Hulu) – March 4
Fed up of dating apps, Noa goes on date with Steve after they meet in a shopping mall. She wrestles between maintaining this non-digitalized relationship after uncovering a different and more sinister side of Steve.
‘Fresh‘ stars BAFTA-nominated actress Daisy Edgar-Jones (Normal People) and Sebastian Stan (Pam & Tommy). Mimi Cave directed the film, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2022.
Watch ‘Fresh’ on Hulu: HERE
Dicktown (Hulu) – March 4
The animated sitcom is set in the fictional town of Richardsville, North Carolina hence the name ‘Dicktown‘. It pairs the duo of detective John Hunchman and partner David Purefoy. The two set out to solve local mysteries assigned to them by teens in town.
John Hodgman and David Rees developed, wrote, and directed the American adult-animated sitcom ‘Dicktown‘. It originally aired as a recurring episode of the animated series ‘Cake.‘ Creator John Hodgman voices detective ‘John Hunchman’ and ‘David Purefoy’ is voiced by David Rees.
Watch ‘Dicktown’ on Hulu: HERE
The Masked Singer: Season 7 (Hulu) – March 10
Celebrities with dazzling costumes appear in ‘The Masked Singer‘. They compete in front of a panel of judges and a live audience in a singing competition. The panel and the audience will then vote on each performance, with the winner of each duel advancing to the following week. The eliminated contestants later reveal their identities.
Season Seven of ‘The Masked Singer‘ brings back charismatic actor, comedian, and hip hop artist Nick Cannon as its host. The costumes this season will split into teams being Good, Bad, and Cuddly.
Nicole Scherzinger, Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg, Ken Jeong, and Robin Thicke will serve back as panelists, along with many guests who join the lineup.
Watch ‘The Masked Singer’ on Hulu: HERE
Domino Masters: Series Premiere (Hulu) – March 10
‘Domino Masters’ is a new American reality competition television show. Each episode will showcase teams of domino builders attempting to accomplish both creative and practical goals established by the episode’s theme.
Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family) will host the show with actress Danica McKellar and former NFL player Vernon Davis as the judges. Steve Price of Sprice Machines, a Domino and chain reaction expert, will also serve on the Judging panel.
Watch ‘Domino Masters’ on Hulu: HERE
Good Trouble: Season 4 Premiere (Hulu) – March 10
A spin-off family-drama television series based on the hit show ‘The Fosters.’ ‘Good Trouble‘ follows siblings pair, Callie and Mariana Foster. They relocate to Los Angeles and begin their adult lives working in law and tech, respectively. Mariana enters the male-dominated world of technology, while Callie encounters the harsh reality of the legal system.
With new neighbors, love interests, and hardships, the sisters must rely on one another. In the season three finale, Callie and Mariana are debating their future professional options. Actress Maia Mitchell is cast as Callie Foster and singer-songwriter Cierra Ramirez plays Mariana Foster.
Watch ‘Good Trouble’ on Hulu: HERE
Turning Red & Embrace the Panda: Making Turning Red (Disney+) – March 11
Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures present the story of Meilin “Mei” Lee, a confident teenager looking forward to the upcoming school year. Mei’s world is flipped upside down when, one day, she changes into a large red panda due to her family’s supernatural affinity with red pandas. This transformation occurs when she experiences a big surge of emotion. Find out how ‘Mei’ will lead a normal life, as she battles to keep her emotions in check this March.
Domee Shi, who pitched the idea to Pixar in 2017, is making her directorial debut. Newcomer Rosalie Chiang stars, along with Golden Globe Award Winner Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) and Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (Never Have I Ever) in voice roles.
In the same month, ‘Embrace the Panda: Making Turning Red‘ will be released. The show will provide us with additional information and specifics that went into making this project.
Watch ‘Embrace the Panda: Making Turning Red’ on Disney+: HERE
Life And Beth (Hulu)- March 18
Amy Schumer’s comedy standups, movies, and voice performances continue to be a big draw. She brings ‘Life & Beth‘, a comedy-drama about the life of ‘Beth’ to our television screens. The show portrays how it is never too late to start over. Unhappy with her career, Beth is determined to get her life to where she wants it to be.
Amy Schumer created and directed the series and stars as ‘Beth’. Violet Young plays younger Beth in her flashbacks. The show also casts Yamaneika Saunders, Lavar Walker, Susannah Flood, and Michael Cera.
Watch ‘Life And Beth’ on Hulu: HERE
Masterchef Junior: Season 8 (Hulu) – March 18
As the toque-wearing youngsters return to the kitchen, it’s time to dust off the old cookbooks and clean your aprons. This season, the young contestants will compete in a variety of new cooking challenges in and out of the kitchen environment to determine who will be the next Masterchef Junior!
Hothead and Masterchef in the Kitchen Chef Gordan Ramsey will be joined by celebrity chef Aarón Sánchez and Emmy-winning TV host Daphne Oz as the three judges in the newest season of MasterChef Junior.
Watch ‘Masterchef Junior’ on Hulu: HERE
Welcome To Flatch (Hulu) – March 18
‘Welcome to Flatch‘ follows a documentary crew dispatched to a tiny village to learn about the people’s lives and daily activities. This town is home to a large number of quirky and charismatic residents. The show is described as a ‘Docu Comedy,’ and is presented by cousins Kelly and Sherb.
It is created by the makers of ‘The Office‘ and is based on the British sitcom ‘This Country.’ The cast includes Seann William Scott, Aaya Cash, along with newcomers Chelsea Holmes and Sam Straley.
Watch ‘Welcome to Flatch’ on Hulu: HERE
Cheaper by the Dozen (Disney+) – March 18
‘Cheaper by the Dozen‘ is a modern retelling of Frank Bunker Gilbreth Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey’s 1948 novel of the same name. The plot will follow the newlyweds, the Bakers, as they merge their two families from prior marriages. While trying to manage their business, they have to adjust to a larger family and the everyday routines that come along with it.
Gabrielle Union (Breaking In) is joined by actor Zach Braff (Scrubs), and Gail Lerner serves as the film’s director. Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt played the Bakers in Cheaper by the Dozen (2003) and Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005).
Watch ‘Cheaper by the Dozen’ on Disney+: HERE
More Than Robots (Disney+) – March 18
‘More than Robots‘ is a documentary that follows four teams of youngsters from all across the world as they prepare for the 2020 First Robotics Competition. Teams from Los Angeles, Mexico City, and Chiba, Japan compete to emerge victoriously.
Despite facing challenges such as limited resources and a global pandemic, the children persevere and discover that competition is about much more than robots. ‘Community’ and ‘Fear Street’ star Gillian Jacobs directs ‘More Than Robots‘ in documentary directing debut.
Watch ‘More Than Robots’ on Disney+: HERE
Parallels (Disney+) – March 23
Four teenagers’ lives are flipped upside down when a bizarre incident scatters them over multiple realities. They do everything they can to figure out what occurred.
Jules Houplain, Naidra Ayadi, Guillaume Labbé, and Dimitri Storoge are among the show’s all-French cast members. The series is co-directed by Jean-Baptiste Saurel and Benjamin Rocher.
Stream Parallels on Disney+: HERE
OLIVIA RODRIGO: driving home 2 u (Disney+) – March 25
Olivia Rodrigo, an American singer-songwriter, presents ‘Driving Home 2 U‘ – a documentary on her road trips and performances. The road trip will start in Salt Lake City and end in Los Angeles based around on her debut album sour. ‘Driving Home 2 U‘ will also have appearances by artists Jacob Collier, Blu DeTiger, and Towa Bird.
Watch ‘Driving Home 2 U’ on Disney+: HERE
The Wonderful Spring of Mickey Mouse (Disney+) – March 25
‘The Wonderful Spring of Mickey Mouse‘ is the second full-length special in the series ‘The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse‘. As shared by Disney, “Mickey Mouse and his friends explore the promise of the spring season through the lens of a unique nature documentary.”
Chris Diamantopoulos voices the legendary and iconic Mickey Mouse, along with Kaitlyn Robrock as Mini Mouse and Bill Farmer as Goofy. American animator, writer Paul Rudish has developed the series.
Watch ‘The Wonderful Spring of Mickey Mouse’ on Disney+: HERE
Atlanta: Season 3 (Hulu) – March 25
Earn and his cousin Alfred, attempt to make their way in the world through the Atlanta rap scene. Along the way, they encounter social and economic difficulties with race, relationships, poverty, status, and parenthood.
Season two comes to a close with Alfred, Earn, and Darius accompanying Clark County on his European tour and Earn and Van admitting they are in different stages of their lives.
Donald Glover, best known for his roles as a stand-up comedian, actor, and rapper, produced this award-winning series. Brian Tyree Henry (Eternals), LaKeith Stanfield (Judas and the Black Messiah), Zazie Beetz (The Harder They Fall) are the central figures in the show.
Watch ‘Atlanta’ on Hulu: HERE
The Girl From Plainville (Hulu) – March 29
The dramatic events that led to Michelle Carter’s real-life conviction will be available on streaming services at the end of March. ‘The Girl From Plainville‘ explores Carter’s relationship with Conrad Roy III and the events that led to his death and, later, her conviction of involuntary manslaughter.
Ellie Fanning (The Great) portrays Michelle Carter. Colton Ryan (Dear Evan Hansen), Chloë Sevigny (The Dead Don’t Die), Cara Buono (Stranger Things), and theatre actor Norbert Leo Butz all join in the cast list.
Watch ‘The Girl From Plainville’ on Hulu: HERE
Moon Knight (Disney+) – March 30
The Marvel Cinematic Universe introduces its newest superhero, ‘Moon Knight.’ This latest series follows the release of ‘Hawkeye‘ on Disney+. Often referred to as Marvel’s Batman, the character first appeared in comic books in 1975. The superhero series will follow Marc Spector/Steven Grant, mercenary suffering from dissociative identity disorder, who is possessed by the Egyptian moon deity ‘Khonshu.’ As a result, he is given lunar-cycle-related powers that are both a blessing and a curse in his daily life.
‘Moon Knight‘ casts Oscar Issac (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) as the title character with Ethan Hawke (Stockholm) and Maya Calamawy (Ramy). Gaspard Ulliel (Saint Laurent) will be playing Anton Mogart / Midnight Man – an art thief.
Oscar Issac also appeared as ‘En Sabah Nur / Apocalypse’ in the Fox Studio-produced ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ in 2016 and as Miguel O’Hara / Spider-Man 2099 in ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ in 2018.
Watch ‘Moonknight’ on Disney+: HERE