Netflix is coming ablaze with some of the hottest streaming content in March this year. The streamer has raked in some huge blockbuster hits everyone is looking forward to binge. In the movies category, you have Ryan Reynolds’ sci-fi adventure flick The Adam Project. In the tv shows category, the second season of the record-breaking romance drama Bridgerton is arriving. However, it’s not just the mainstream attractions that will keep you hooked this month, it’s the smaller projects that seem to have a lot of promise as well.
Toni Collette’s new thriller series and Kevin Smith’s He-Man season 2 are set to provide some great binging time. Quality films from across the genres are also arriving on the streamer. Let’s now delve into all that’s coming to Netflix in March 2022 in detail. Here’s a comprehensive list of all the big hitters entering the streaming library. If you don’t want to spoil yourself on any of the following content, tread carefully. Spoilers ahead!
Here’s a list of the blockbuster releases everyone awaits with great anticipation:
The Adam Project
Starring Ryan Reynolds, Jennifer Garner, and Mark Ruffalo, The Adam Project is one of the most anticipated sci-fi dramas included in the March 2022 releases for Netflix. In their second time collaborating, director Shawn Levy and Ryan Reynolds take the audience to a new adventure involving time travel. Reynolds plays Adam Reed, a time-traveling fighter pilot accidentally crash-landing in 2022.
He must now team up with his 12-year-old self on a mission to save the future. Coming along for the ride to save the future are Adam’s parents, Louis and Ellie Reed. Walker Scobell plays the younger version of Adam Reed. Mark Ruffalo plays Louis Reed, father of Adam and the progenitor of time travel technology. Jennifer Garner plays Adam’s mother, Ellie Reed. Zoe Saldaña stars as the adult Adam’s love interest, Laura.
Bridgerton Season 2
One of the most anticipated projects, the sophomore season of the enormous hit that was Bridgerton, is arriving on Netflix in March 2022. The first season of this Regency-era romance exploded in popularity back when it debuted on Netflix, breaking several records in the process. Following the staggering success of season 1, all eyes are now on the sophomore installment. Keeping true to the anthology of the books, the new season will follow a Bridgerton child. This time, Anthony will be at the forefront, and his sizzling chemistry with Simone Ashley’s Kate is all the buzz right now. Mark your calendars because the show is hitting Netflix on March 25.
Pieces of Her
Starring the great Toni Collette, the thrilling drama series Pieces of Her follows the story of a woman who gets caught in a deadly mass shooting at a local diner. The woman, Andy, takes her fair share of trauma and shock even after the crisis is averted. When she discovers that her cancer survivor mother Laura (Toni Collette) possesses some stone-cold skills to dispose of someone’s life, the mystery of her past life starts unraveling.
Bella Heathcote plays the daughter. Omari Hardwick plays Laura’s ex-husband and Andy’s stepfather Gordon Oliver. David Wenham stars as Jasper Queller, Jessica Barden stars as Jane Queller, and Jacob Scipio as Michael Vargas. The series premiered on Netflix on March 4.
Netflix March 2022 Releases: Animation, Documentary & Reality
The streamer is pushing out some noteworthy hitters in the reality TV, documentary, and animation genres as well. Here’s a list of the biggest IPs from these genres:
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Season 2
The second season of Kevin Smith’s reboot of He-Man arrived on Netflix on March 3. The show returned for its sophomore installment pretty soon after the first one’s premiere. Season 2 will pick up right after the events of season 1. He-Man and his friends are apart from each other after the last battle with Skeletor dispersed them. In addition to not being successful in taking down Skeletor, the throne of Eternos has to be reclaimed. However, the heroes are all in vulnerable states, and they must band together again to take down the dark forces.
The Andy Warhol Diaries
Written and helmed by Andrew Rossi, The Andy Warhol Diaries is a docuseries following the life and works of the titular artist. The official synopsis for the docuseries reads, “After he’s shot in 1968, Andy Warhol begins documenting his life and feelings. Those diaries, and this docuseries, take a peek behind his persona”. Among the blockbuster movies and TV shows coming this month on Netflix, this docuseries remains to be one of the more underrated additions that you might wanna check out. The series is an adaptation of the memoir that came out two years after Warhol’s death. Mark your calendars to check this one out when it arrives on March 9.
Life After Death with Tyler Henry
The synopsis for the reality show reads, “Clairvoyant medium Tyler Henry offers clarity and closure from the beyond while searching through his own family’s past in an intimate reality series.” If the supernatural and the easily enticing premise don’t tickle your fancy, sit this one out. However, if clairvoyance and the medium stuff is right up your alley, mark March 11 right away.
Movies to Look Out for on Netflix in March 2022
Apart from the originals, Match 2022 for Netflix is also coming with several old releases and classics. Here’s most of what’s on the catalog for this month:
Dennis Villeneuve’s Bladerunner sequel Bladerunner 2049 is on the Netflix March 2022 catalog. So are other gems like the prison escape drama, The Shawshank Redemption; Black comedy Sorry to Bother You; DC’s V for Vendetta; Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk; Grant Gustin starrer Rescued by Ruby; Swedish action film Black Crab; Jesse Plemon starrer comedy Windfall; and cop drama starring late Chadwick Boseman, 21 Bridges. Then there’s Shrek 1 & 2 as well, and you know what they say about Shrek and love and life, eh? Benedict Cumberbatch’s Imitation Game is also on the roster of Netflix releases for March 2022. With a stacked batch like that, there’s entertainment aplenty, so get ready streaming!