Netflix’s slate is also expected to receive a steady addition of new shows and movies in March. For Indian audiences, Zoya Akhtar and Tiger Baby Entertainment’s Eternally confused and eager to love is an exciting title that will arrive on the platform in mid-March. There will be a new season of Bridgerton honoring us, as well as the new 2021 Venom movie too. Of the many titles that will be new to Netflix in March, we’ve picked out fifteen that are worth bingeing.
New to Netflix: 15 New Netflix Shows and Movies Releasing in March 2022 You Need to Bookmark
1. Venom – March 1
The 2021 Superheroes release will be among the new titles on Netflix and will arrive on March 1, making it an early addition to your binge lists. In this film, Eddie Brock tries to revive his failing career by interviewing a serial killer, Cletus Kasady, who is on death row. When Carnage takes control of Cletus’ body, he escapes from prison.
2. Worst Roommate Ever – March 1
From Blumhouse Television, the new documentary series in five episodes The worst roommate ever highlights four harrowing stories of seemingly harmless roommates turning into real nightmares for their unsuspecting victims when their malicious and sometimes violent intentions are revealed. These disturbing true stories tell of the hidden threat that may lurk down the hall.
3. Pieces of Her – March 4
In a sleepy Georgia town, a random act of violence triggers a series of unexpected events for 30-year-old Andy Oliver and his mother Laura. Desperate for answers, Andy embarks on a dangerous journey across America, drawing her to the dark and hidden heart of his family.
4. The Weekend Away – March 4
A weekend getaway to Croatia goes awry when a woman (Leighton Meester) is accused of killing her best friend (Christina Wolfe) and her efforts to uncover the truth reveal a painful secret.
5. Young, Famous and African – March 18
This glitzy reality series, also known as soap opera, follows a group of young, well-to-do and famous media personalities. Hailing from South Africa, Nigeria and East Africa, this ambitious who’s who of music, media, fashion and Insta stars comes together at JoBurg. All friends and connected, they are on a quest to find love, rekindle old flames, rekindle difficult relationships as they continue to shine.
6. Bridgerton S2 – March 25
From Shondaland and creator Chris Van Dusen, Bridgerton follows Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor), the eldest daughter of the powerful Bridgerton family as she makes her debut in the competitive wedding market of Regency London. Hoping to follow in her parents’ footsteps and find a match sparked by true love, Daphne’s prospects initially seem unmatched. But as her older brother begins to shut out his potential suitors, the high-society scandal sheet written by the mysterious Lady Whistledown casts criticism on Daphne. The very desirable and rebellious Duc de Hastings (Régé-Jean Page) arrives, a committed bachelor and the catch of the season for the mothers of beginners. Although they proclaim they want nothing the other has to offer, their attraction is undeniable and sparks fly as they find themselves engaged in an escalating battle of wits while navigating the expectations of society for their future.
7. Love Like the Falling Petals – March 24
Love like falling petalsstarring Kento Nakajima (Nisekoi, Teen Bride) and Honoka Matsumoto (In This Corner of the World) directed by Yohihiro Fukagawa (In His Charts) will be available exclusively on Netflix in 2022. The film is a love story that encapsulates the fleeting and Beauty of Cherry Blossoms based on a Japanese bestselling novel of the same name by Shueisha’s Keiichi Uyama, produced by Kei Haruna
8. Transformers: BotBots – March 25
BotBots are Transforming robots that disguise themselves as everyday objects in the mall. During the day, these BotBots hide discreetly on store shelves. But, at night, they go on an adventure until a group of BotBots called “The Lost Bots” run into the mall’s security guard and put all the bots in danger. Can these misfits overcome their differences, defeat the security guard, and gain acceptance in the eyes of the other bots?
9. Johnny Hallyday: Beyond Rock – March 29
Johnny Hallyday tells his story in his own words. Through archive images and personal testimonies, Johnny Hallyday: Beyond Rock is an intimate portrait of the life and career of the greatest French rock icon.
10. Last Standing – March 8
The last one standing is a new Japanese comedy talk show starring the popular and powerful Japanese comedy duo Chidori. 24 comedians and talents will engage in chat battles to take the next step in a thrilling drama with strong actors. Part of the script is unscripted and the actors are tasked with sharing their stories, in their own words. It’s like a squid game comedians. If their jokes don’t land in the unscripted scenes, they’re out of the show.
11. Andy Warhol’s Diaries – March 9
From executive producer Ryan Murphy and director Andrew Rossi, this breathtaking six-part portrait of a legend chronicles Andy Warhol’s remarkable life from the intimate perspective offered by the artist’s own posthumously published diaries. . Beginning with his childhood in Pittsburgh, the series traces Warhol’s almost incredibly diverse journey, moving fluidly between mediums and through eras as an artist – both revered and reviled – director, editor, television producer , scene maker, celebrity and much more. While a larger than life figure, Warhol was extremely private regarding his personal life. This series truly reveals a lot about the very complex man through his own words – often in his own voice through the use of cutting-edge AI techniques – and those who worked, created and played alongside him, from the subversive to the general public, from John Waters to Rob Lowe. Executive produced by Murphy, Dan Braun, Josh Braun, Stacey Reiss, Stanley Buchthal and directed by Rossi, Andy Warhol’s Diary skillfully validates Warhol’s belief that the idea is not to live forever but to create art that will.
12. Zenko Go Team – March 15
Niah, Ari, Ellie and Jax are members of The Zenko Go Team, a secret squad of stealthy benefactors who harness the art of distraction to perform anonymous acts of kindness for the oblivious residents of Harmony Harbor. These four children learned from their mentor, Aunt Yuki, a special set of skills that allow them to do good deeds (or Zenkos) for others, making their town the happiest in the world. As Aunt Yuki says “when we help people without them knowing, they start to think the world is just a nicer place.
13. Sol – March 17
When a Muslim dies in Belgium, he overwhelms his relatives with a delicate dilemma. “Are we going to bury him here or in his native country?” Ishmael found a solution: “What if we imported soil from Morocco to Belgium to bury our dead here. Let’s start a soil business! Without realizing it, they open Pandora’s ‘coffin’.
14. Catherine Cohen: The twist…? She is magnificent. – March 15
Actress, comedian and author Catherine Cohen makes her Netflix original comedy special debut with The twist…? She is magnificent. Catherine uses her musical expertise to hilariously divulge details about relationships, modern feminism, and being the main character in her own life. Filmed at Joe’s Pub in New York, Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She is magnificent. world premieres on Netflix March 15, 2022.
15. Eternally Confused and Wanting to Love – March 18
This original coming of age story has Vihaan Samat, Rahul Bose, Suchitra Pillai, Jim Sarbh, Ankur Rathee playing pivotal roles. It was produced by Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti’s Tiger Baby Films and Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani’s Excel Entertainment. This new take, which examines the daily struggles of an anxious, awkward, introverted and lonely 20-something in search of love, should be an obvious addition to the top 10 on Netflix for the month.