Netflix: 7 must-see shows coming in March 2022
Need ideas on what to watch in March? See our top picks here
netflixThe selection of TV shows and documentaries just keeps getting better, and the upcoming selection for March might be one of their most exciting months yet! From a quirky Toni Collette drama to the second series of a highly anticipated risque period drama, here are our top picks for Netflix in March…
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Pieces of her
Toni Collette stars in this new drama after Andy Oliver and his mother, Laura. After a random act of violence sets off an unexpected chain of events, Andy embarks on a dangerous journey across America, drawing him to the dark and hidden heart of his family. Intriguing!
An Astrological Guide for the Broken Hearted
Alice is in her thirties and still single, working for a television network and watching her ex-boyfriend Carlo get married and about to become a father. However, when a new creative director, Davide, joins his television network to put everyone to the test, Alice’s life begins to change when she meets Tio, an actor from the network’s flagship soap opera and astrological guru. self-proclaimed, who will soon become his “personal astrological guide for the broken hearted”.
WATCH: Trailer for an astrology guide for the brokenhearted
Once upon a time… luckily never after
Did you like Once upon a time ? Get ready for another fantastic adventure, this time in music! The musical series follows two tragically separated lovers who must reunite in another life to break the spell that has fallen on the eccentric town where they lived. The arrival of two tourists will jeopardize the only possibility they have of breaking the enchantment.
The last one standing
Do you like a comedy show? Check out this new Japanese talk show hosted by comedy duo Chidori. In the series, 24 comedians and talents will engage in talk battles in order to take the next step. A bit off the cuff with lots of laughs, be sure to keep this one on your watch list.
Andy Warhol’s Diaries
From the one and only Ryan Murphy, this six-part series examines the life of artist Andy Warhol through his own posthumously published diaries. The synopsis reads: “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, tv producer, scene maker, celebrity and much more. .
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“While a larger than life character, 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.”
Another scam documentary? Sign us up! In it, a famous restaurateur once hailed as the queen of vegan cooking becomes a fugitive when she goes on the run with a man who scams her out of a fortune.
Finally, we’re about to be treated to another season of this delightfully risque period drama following the Bridgerton family. This time the story will focus on family patriarch Anthony Bridgerton as he becomes determined to find a wife.
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