Best TV Shows & Movies of March 2023 That You Should Watch

March 2023 saw Keanu Reeves return to the big screen as John Wick, a sequel to the Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston starrer ‘Murder Mystery,’ an Amazon Prime Video series following an obsessed fan co-created by Donald Glover, and a Hulu comedy that sees a father who just got out of prison move in with his daughter and her son, there is loads of great content to enjoy this month! Here’s a list of must-watch new series that premiered this month and movies released in March 2023. Happy watching!

John Wick: Chapter 4

Keanu Reeves dons his celebrated black suit and tie, returning as the legendary hitman John Wick. In this fourth installment of the neo-noir action series, which early reviews suggest has saved the modern action film, Wick hunts for the most influential members of the underworld in cities including New York, Paris, Japan, and Berlin as he escalates his campaign against the High Table.

Cast: Donnie Yen, Bill Skarsgård, Laurence Fishburne, Hiroyuki Sanada, Shamier Anderson, Rina Sawayama, Scott Adkins, Ian McShane, and the recently deceased actor Lance Reddick.

John Wick franchise is expected to expand further with the announcement of a fifth film, the inclusion of Ana De Almas as the lead in ‘Ballerina’ (2024), and the spinoff mini-series ‘The Continental’ (2023).

Other noteworthy theatrical releases in March 2023 include the most recent entry in the Scream franchise, Scream VI, actor/director Michael B. Jordan’s return to the ring in Creed 3, and the action fantasy film Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, starring Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, and Hugh Grant.

Murder Mystery 2

The Spitzes (Nick and Audrey) are now a full-time detective duo striving to launch their private agency four years after their first crime-solving escapade. This time, they are invited to a wedding on a private island where their friend, the Maharaja, is getting married. During the wedding festivities, the Maharaja is abducted, making everyone there a suspect. Nick and Audrey become involved in this mystery’s investigation, which takes them to Paris, their dream vacation destination.

Cast: Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Mark Strong, Mélanie Laurent, Wilmer Valderrama, Jodie Turner-Smith, and Tony Goldwyn.

Watch Murder Mystery 2 on Netflix: HERE


Following his impressive performances as Olympian and ski-jumper Michael Edwards and musician Sir Elton John, Welsh actor Taron Egerton continues to garner biographical film roles. Egerton’s newest outing will see him play Dutch video game designer and entrepreneur Henk Rogers. This biographical drama will chronicle the story of how Tetris, a puzzle video game, grew to be enjoyed by people all over the world. Russian actor Nikita Yefremov portrays the role of a computer engineer, video game designer, and Tetris inventor Alexey Pajitnov.

Cast: Toby Jones, Nikita Yefremov, Roger Allam, Anthony Boyle, Ben Myles, Matthew Marsh, and Rick Yune

Watch Tetris on Apple TV+: HERE

Boston Strangler

‘Boston Strangler’ follows the real-life story of Loretta McLaughlin, a journalist for the Boston Record American, who connected the three women’s killings that occurred over the course of two weeks. Despite being a reporter for the lifestyle edition, McLaughlin relentlessly pursues her investigation into the murders. Struggling against sexism in the 1960s, McLaughlin and her confidante and colleague Jean Cole continue to investigate the case at great personal risk.

Cast: Keira Knightley, Carrie Coon, Alessandro Nivola, Chris Cooper, Rory Cochrane, and Bill Kamp

Watch Boston Strangler on Hulu: HERE


A family drama ensues when the Batra family is all set to move out of their ancestral family home. This transition in their lives is a rediscovery of the relationships that have held them together as a family coupled with secrets and insecurities. The complicated relationships between the family members come to light during their last few days in the household.

‘Gulmohar’ is also the first feature film appearance of singer-songwriter Utsavi Jha, one of India’s rapidly rising talents, recognized for her hits ‘Chanchal Mann,’ ‘Saanjh,’ and ‘Picnic.’

Cast: Sharmila Tagore, Manoj Bajpayee, Simran, Utsavi Jha, Suraj Sharma,Amol Palekar, and Kaveri Seth

Watch Gulmohar on Disney: HERE

Daisy Jones & The Six 

Based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s novel of the same name, ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ follows a 1970s rock band’s rise to global superstardom. Then, one day they broke up at the height of their career at a sold-out show in the massive Soldier Field stadium in Chicago. Many years later, the members of Daisy Jones & The Six finally agree to disclose why they split. This series is streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

Cast: Riley Keough, Sam Clafin, Camila Morrone, Will Harrison, Suki Waterhouse, Josh Whitehouse, Nabiya Be, Sebastian Chacon, Timothy Olyphant, and Tom Wright.

Watch ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ on Amazon Prime Video: HERE

Agent Elvis

Netflix’s ‘Agent Elvis’ is an adult-animated comedy series that sees rockstar Elvis in a secret spy program. He prevents evil forces from wreaking havoc on the world. Priscilla Presley and Matthew McConaughey, who voice the characters of Priscilla and Elvis Presley in the show. also served as executive producers of ‘Agent Elvis.’

Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Priscilla Presley, Johnny Knoxville, Kaitlin Olson, Don Cheadle, Niecy Nash, and Tom Kenny.

Find ‘Agent Elvis’ on Netflix: HERE


Kerry Washington returns to Hulu in a new show called ‘Unprisoned,’ after earning two Emmy nominations for executive producing and starring in miniseries titled ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ on the streaming platform. A marriage and family therapist, Paige Alexander’s incarcerated father moves in with her. She is a single mother who lives with her sixteen-year-old Finn. This eight-episode will take you on a fun journey.

Cast: Kerry Washington, Delroy Lindo, Marque Richardson Jr., Faly Rakotohavana, and Brenda Strong, among others.

Stream ‘Unprisoned’ on Hulu: HERE

The Night Agent 

‘The Night Agent’ is Netflix’s latest action-thriller offering that sees an FBI agent who monitors an emergency line in the basement of the White House. One day while working the phone rang and when he answered it he was pushed into a perilous conspiracy. This 10-episode series based on Matthew Quirk’s novel ‘The Night Agent’ has been greenlit for the second season.

Cast: Gabriel Bass, Hong Chau, Eve Harlow, Luciane Buchanan, D.B. Woodside, Sarah Desjardins, Fola Evans-Akingbola, Enrique Murciano, and Phoenix Raei.

Find ‘The Night Agent’ on Netflix: HERE

You May Also Like: ‘Rabbit Hole’ (Amazon Prime Video)

Class of ‘07 

‘Class of ‘07’ revolves around a group of women who make their way to the peak of an island for their ten-year high school reunion. This isn’t an ordinary reunion as they must survive an apocalyptic tidal that hit while they are caught in a ten-year-old drama. Comprising eight episodes, ‘Class of ‘07,’ an Australian comedy series, is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

Cast: Caitlin Stasey, Bernie Van Tiel, Steph Tisdell, Emily Browning, Sana’a Shaikh, Megan Smart, and Emma Horn.

Watch ‘Class of ‘07’ on Amazon Prime Video: HERE

You May Also Like: ‘School Spirits’ (Paramount+), The Power (Prime Video)


Created by Janine Nabers and Donald Glover (‘Atlanta’), ‘Swarm’ on Amazon Prime Video sees Dre who obsesses over a pop star named Ni’Jah. Things get ugly when she starts committing violent acts for the singer.

Cast: Dominic Fishback, Nirine Brown, Damson Idris, Billie Eilish, and Chloe Bailey.

Stream ‘Swarm’ on Amazon Prime Video: HERE

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