What’s New on Netflix in March 2022 – All the Shows and Movies Coming Up

Netflix is constantly updating its lineup with new movies and TV shows. So here we’ve got a list of new content that’ll be added to Netflix in March 2022.

Whether you want to watch or stay up to date, keep reading for the shows and movies that’ll be available on Netflix in the upcoming month. 

Disclaimer: Changes may be made to titles and dates. 

Tuesday 1st March

Alive (1993) –  Season 1

The show follows the story of Santiago Munez, a 16-year-old soccer prodigy from Los Angeles, who dreams of playing for Real Madrid. His journey to the top seems destined until fate takes a tragic turn. Frank Marshall directed him. Starring Ethan Stiefel, David Krumholtz, Barry Shabaka Henley .

The Color Blindness of Love (2021) 

A Filipino romantic comedy about a woman’s best friend who lost his ability to see colors due to an accident.

Wednesday 2nd March

Against the Ice (2022) 

In this coming-of-age story, a group of teenagers travel to the end of the earth, determined to prove that their friends are innocent.

All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks (2021) 

The docuseries tells the story of one of the international sports’ most successful teams. It’s a tale of hard work and raw talent from humble beginnings to an almost invincible world champion squad.

Thursday 3rd March

Disney’s The Santa Clause (1994) 

Scott Calvin has a problem. Tradition dictates that Scott becomes the next Santa, but he only agreed to play a mall Santa at his local Christmas Eve celebration. It is undoubtedly no preparation for handling toys all across the world. Directed by John Pasquin. Starring Tim Allen, Judge Reinhold, Wendy Crewson.

Friday 4th March

Judd Apatow: The Return (2021) 

Stand-up special from the Grammy Award-winning comedian and filmmaker.

Love, Death & Robots (2019) 

A sci-fi anthology series consisting of 18 standalone episodes, each inspired by a classic story written in the last 100 years. Starring Angelique Cabral, David Fincher, James Marsden.

Saturday 5th March

I Am Not an Easy Man (2021) 

French drama about three women, who discover that revenge is best served cold.

Sunday 6th March

Love & Bananas: An Elephant Story (2021) 

A heartbreaking true story about a blind elephant, who is outcast by his herd and the kind-hearted girl who adopts him. Starring Kriti Sanon, Kim Sharma. 

Tuesday 8th March

Season 2 of An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts 

A Mexican comedy about a recovering heartbreaker, who begins using his celestial skills to help others in the dating world.

Wednesday 9th March

Amy Schumer Growing (2021) 

A special where Amy Schumer revisits her personal and professional progress over the past seven years. 

The Bombardment (2022) 

Nigerian drama about a woman, who starts to question her life plans when she learns that her husband owes thousands of dollars.

Thursday 10th March

Karma’s World — Season 2 

A chilled-out animated series narrated by a woman called Karma, who shares her insights into the world around us.

Friday 11th March

Buddy Thunderstruck: The Maybe Pile (2021) 

Netflix Original series starring Bridger Zadina, Lou Wilson. A group of friends and their dog Buddy get sucked into the Maybe pile – a mysterious place where anything they imagine can become a reality.

Sunday 13th March

IT: Chapter Two (2019)

An evil clown named Pennywise forces a group of young kids to face their biggest fears when children in Derry, Maine, begin to disappear.

Tuesday 15th March

Cuckoo — Season 1 

A British sitcom about a hippie daughter, who brings her uptight parents into her outrageous new life.

Tiny House Nation — Season 5 

A reality show about mini homes and the people who create them. Starring Zack Giffin, John Weisbarth.

Thursday 17th March

John Mulaney: Zid Gorgeous at Radio City (2021) 

Stand-up special from the Emmy Award-winning comedian and actor. Emmy Award-winning documentarian Robert B. Weide directed her.

Friday 18th March

The Boy and the Beast (2019) 

Italian comedy about a man, who sets out to answer the biggest question of his life: Is it better to be born intelligent or stupid.

Saturday 19th March

Jinn (2020) 

Netflix Original Arabic series about a teenager, whose whole world turns upside down when a spirit inhabits her. Co-starring Salma Malhas. Directed by Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya and Elie Smolkin.

Leave No Trace (2019) 

A father and daughter live a perfect but mysterious life in Forest Park, a nature reserve near Portland, Oregon, rarely interacting with the world. A small mistake leads to authorities catching them and sending them on an increasingly erratic journey searching for a place. Starring Ben Foster, Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie.

Sunday 20th March

The Secret Life of Pets (2016) 

When Max’s owner takes in Duke, a stray, his life is upended.

Thursday 24th March

Paddleton (2020) 

Comedy about the unlikely friendship between two misfit neighbors, who are undergoing significant life changes. Starring Ray Romano, Mark Duplass. 

Friday 25th March

Bonding — Season 2 

French drama where a group of friends experience different and often hilarious adventures throughout the struggles of adulthood.

First Team: Juventus — Season 2 

Netflix Original docuseries about one of the world’s most famous and prestigious football clubs. Starring Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci.

Monday 28th March

Thermae Romae Novae — Season 1 

Historical comedy series about a Roman architect who time-travels to modern-day Japan.

Tuesday 29th March

Legacies — Season 1 

American supernatural drama about the next generation of supernatural beings at The Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted. Starring Danielle Rose Russell, Matthew Davis.


That’s everything coming in March. We hope you enjoy streaming content. And if you want to elevate your streaming experience, you can check out Spectrum billing. You can customize bundles according to your streaming needs. Happy streaming! 

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