Steven Spielberg serves as executive producer in bringing the world-renowned video game franchise ‘Halo‘ to our screens, a project that was halted owing to the pandemic will now give video game enthusiasts a new look at this series! Emmy Award winners Tina Fey and Robert Carlock return as creators in season two of ‘Mr. Mayor‘, Tiger King Joe Exotic gets a new show, and Jared Leto takes another real-life role since his portrayal of Italian fashion designer Paolo Gucci!
Below is a list of TV Shows and Movies Coming to Apple TV+, Peacock and Paramount+ in March 2022!
Joe vs Carole (Peacock) – March 3
The never-ending feud that gripped viewers during the lockdown between Joe Exotic and Carol Baskin takes a new twist in this scripted drama series. Joe Exotic has dedicated his life to growing and breeding tigers, but he has a usual way of working, creating a lot of enemies along the way. Carole Baskin learns Joe is breeding his animals for profit and quickly shuts his business down. However, Joe claims she is hiding a dirty secret and is out to expose her.
Based on the Wondery podcast ‘Joe Exotic: Tiger King,’ hosted by Robert Moor. Joseph ‘Joe Exotic’ Schreibvogel (former owner of Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park) is played by John Cameron Mitchell, and Carol Baskin, an animal rights activist and CEO of Big Cat Rescue, is played by comedian Kate McKinnon.
Watch ‘Joe vs Carole’ on Peacock TV: HERE
Dear…: Season 2 (Apple TV+) – March 4
Labeled as “Your legacy is every life you’ve touched, nine new episodes, and nine more icons,” the unscripted series returns for its second season on Apple TV. The documentary series will chronicle the lives of well-known celebrities, activists, and artists as they read letters written by persons they have unknowingly inspired. Season one boasted a list of personalities such as Oprah Winfrey, Director Spike Lee, Musician Steve Wonder, Singer-Songwriter Lin-Manuel Miranda, activist Gloria Steinem, among others.
Season two is set to feature Actress and activist Jane Fonda, Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai, Los Angeles Lakers legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and late fashion journalist André Leon Talley. Filmmaker R.J Cutler directs the series ‘Dear…’
Watch Dear on Apple TV+: HERE
Central Park: Season 2 (Apple TV+) – March 4
A Musical adult animated series narrated by ‘Birdy’, ‘Central Park‘ follows the lives of a family living and working in Central Park. The mid-season finale saw Owen realizing that no matter where he goes, difficulties will always follow him, he accepts the idea of remaining in New York. To his astonishment, the rest of the family is overjoyed because they all understand they can’t leave their favorite items behind.
Loren Bouchard, Grammy Award winner Josh Gad, and Emmy Award winner Nora Smith developed, wrote, and executive produced this Emmy and NAACP Image Award-nominated musical sitcom.
Cast includes the voices of Josh Gad (The Wedding Ringer), Leslie Odom Jr. (One Night in Miami…), Daveed Diggs (Hamilton), Emmy Raver-Lampman (The Umbrella Academy), Kathryn Hahn (WandaVision), Tituss Burgess (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), and Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games Film Series).
Watch ‘Central Park’ Season 2 on Apple TV+: HERE
A Perfect World: A Deadly Game (Peacock) – March 8
A Perfect World: A Deadly Game is a two-part docuseries that will follow a group of friends whose online gaming adventures take a heavy turn. They find themselves notified of what looks to be a true-life murder. For the next 18 hours, they are on the lookout for the true name and location of one of their online friends who claims to have murdered his family. They are against the clock trying to save the next victim.
Watch ‘A Perfect World: A Deadly Game’ on Peacock TV: HERE
The Thing About Pam (Peacock) – March 9
Two-time Academy Award winner Renée Zellweger stars in ‘The Thing About Pam,’ a crime drama about Pam Hupp’s participation in the murder of Betsy Faria. Based on a true story, the show will follow elements of murder, money laundering, and fraud. In the trailer, we can see that Zellweger has entirely changed her appearance for this part.
Judy Greer (Halloween Kills) and Josh Duhamel (Transformers) are also cast in this crime drama series. They play prosecutor Leah Chaney and Defense attorney Joel Schwartz, respectively. Russ Faria was falsely convicted and later acquitted for the murder of his wife Betsey.
Watch ‘The Thing About Pam’ on Peacock TV: HERE
Bust Down (Peacock) – March 10
‘Bust Down’ will follow the lives of four casino employees in America with dead-end lives and jobs. The group seeks to remedy this and find ways to uplift themselves.
The cast for the series includes Sam Jay, Langston Kerman, Jak Knight, and Chris Redd. Richard Keen serves as the director.
Watch ‘Bust Down’ on Peacock TV: HERE
The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey (Apple TV+) – March 11
An aging ‘Ptolemy Grey’ battles dementia in this drama miniseries, unable to remember family, friends, or himself. With the promise of a cure that will only work once, devastating truths about the past and present are revealed.
Samuel L. Jackson (The Hateful Eight) plays the titular ‘Ptolemy Grey’. He is joined by Dominique Fishback (Judas and the Black Messiah), who portrays his caretake ‘Robyn’. Omar Benson Miller, Marsha Stephanie Blake, and Walton Goggins also join the cast list.
Walton Goggins and Samuel L. Jackson play popular roles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe of ‘Sonny Burch’ and ‘Nick Fury’. They have also shared the screen in Quentin Tarantino’s 2021 movie ‘Django Unchained’. The series is based on ‘The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey’, a novel by Walter Mosley.
Watch ‘The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey’ on Apple TV+: HERE
Young Rock: Season 2 Premiere (Peacock) – March 16
A sitcom based on the life of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson – a professional wrestler, businessman, and actor. Narrated by ‘The Great One himself,’ on his fictitious run for president in 2032, ‘Young Rock‘ connects the rock’s life at various ages and the experiences that define who he is. Season two is likely to pick up with the election day results and his football career.
The show is created by Johnson himself, alongside Nahnatchka Khan. Adrian Groulx, Bradley Constant, and Uli Latukefu played younger versions of The Rock. Season One included portrayals of a number of former wrestlers, including Rocky Johnson -played by Joseph Lee Anderson, Andre The Giant – played by Matthew Willig, and The Iron Sheik – played by Brett Azar.
Watch ‘Young Rock’ on Peacock TV: HERE
Mr. Mayor: Season 2 Premiere (Peacock) – March 16
Season One of ‘Mr. Mayor‘ saw Neil Bremer, a businessman with no political experience get elected as the mayor of Los Angeles. His ensemble makes every effort to ensure that he does not falter during the comedic first season.
Bremer is determined to keep the promises he made during the election campaign in season two, despite his hilarious escapades. His motives for running for office are completely misguided. However, by doing this, he seeks to better connect with his daughter and “to prove he is not a useless old man”.
The show is created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, who also worked on the comedy sitcom ‘30 Rock’ and stars Award-winning actors Ted Danson, Holly Hunter.
Watch ‘Mr. Mayor: Season 2’ on Peacock TV: HERE
Below Deck Down Under (Peacock) – March 17
A reality show that puts its crews’ mental toughness and teamwork skills to the test onboard the Thalassa cruise boat. While spending a season at sea on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, they must cater to the ever-increasing demands of the ship’s guests in ‘Below Deck Down Under’.
Captain Jason Chambers will head the crew at sea.
Watch ‘Below Deck Down Under’ on Peacock TV: HERE
WeCrashed (Apple TV+) – March 18
In this drama series, the stories of Adam and Rebekah Neumann, as well as Miguel McKelvey from ‘WeWork’ take center stage. The narrative will move around ‘WeWork’ as a company going from a single coworking space to a global brand worth billions and its value that dropped significantly in less than a year.
The series will star academy award winner Anne Hathaway (Interstellar), Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club), and Kyle Marvin (The Climb). It is based on the podcast ‘WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork‘ hosted by David Brown.
Watch ‘WeCrashed’ on AppleTV+: HERE
American Song Contest (Peacock) – March 22
Hosted by legendary hip-hop artists Snoop Dogg and singer-songwriter Kelley Clarkson is ‘American Song Contest‘. A reality competition in which artists from all fifty states of America, its five union territories, and Washington D.C. will perform original music. These musicians will compete to win the prize of Best Original Song in a show spanning eight weeks. Their advancement to the next round is determined by the votes of the spectators.
The show will follow a similar format as ‘Eurovision’ and is produced by Ben Silverman.
Watch ‘American Song Contest’ on Peacock TV: HERE
Halo Series (Paramount+) – March 24
In the 26th century, a war for humanity’s existence against an alien force called the ‘Covenant’ continues. The Spartans and the Master Chief are the only skilled and trained militia facing the approaching menace of the ‘covenant,’ an alliance of several alien races. ‘Halo‘ will incorporate deeply developed personal stories with action and adventure set in the future.
Kyle Killen and Steven Kane are the creators of this upcoming military science-fiction television series. It is based on the same-named video game, which was launched in the early 2000s. Steven Spielberg produced the series, which was directed by Otto Bathurst and Jonathan Liebesman.
Pablo Schreiber plays Master Chief, supported by a cast that includes Bokeem Woodbine, Natascha McElhone, Olive Gray Yerin Ha, and Shabana Azmi. Jen Taylor will play the voice of the artificially intelligent character ‘Cortana’.
Watch ‘Halo’ on Paramount+: HERE
Pachinko (AppleTV+) – March 25
‘Pachinko‘ is a family narrative that explores the consequences of poverty, abuse, and the war on multiple generations of a Korean immigrant family living in Japan. It casts award-winning actress Yuh-Jung Youn (Minari), actor and singer Lee Minho (The King: Eternal Monarch), Jin Ha, and Minha Kim.
The show is based on author Min Jin Lee’s novel of the same name published in 2017.
Watch ‘Pachinko’ on AppleTV+: HERE
The Fairly Oddparents: Fairly Odder (Paramount+) – March 31
Butch Hartman’s animated Nickelodeon television series comes to life with its animated Godparents intact. Wanda and Cosmo are back to grant wishes, this time to Viv Turner and her stepbrother Roy Raskin. In keeping with the theme, Timmy Turner names them Viv and Roy’s new Fairy Godparents. Observe the youngsters as they adjust to life with the assistance of their new fairy godparents.
Susanne Blakeslee and Daran Norris reprise their roles as Wanda and Cosmo, respectively. The onscreen cast includes Audrey Grace Marshall, Tyler Wladis, and Imogen Cohen.
Watch ‘The Fairly Oddparents’ on Paramount+: HERE
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