Here are the shows coming to Netflix in March 2022

Here’s a list of films and TV shows coming to Netflix this March 2022.

Looking at it, there’s quite a handful that I am looking forward to watching, such as Ryan Reynolds’ ‘The Adam Project’, the K-dramas ‘My Roommate Is a Gumiho’ and ‘The Cursed’, and 2019 movie ‘Knives Out’.

Moreover, fans of Bridgerton would be happy to hear that Season 2 is on the way. While those who like The Flash’s Grant Gustin should not miss the family-friendly film ‘Rescued by Ruby.’

Let’s take a look at what else Netflix has in store for us this March.

Netflix's Rescued by Ruby
Rescued by Ruby – March 17

Netflix March

  • Love is Colorblind (Film) – March 1
    When an artist becomes colorblind after an accident, his long-besotted friend tries to help. But two other love interests complicate matters.
  • My Roommate Is a Gumiho: Season 1 (Series) – March 1
    When a young woman swallows a precious bead that would allow him to become human, a 999-year-old nine-tailed fox convinces her to stay close by.
  • Knives Out (Film) – March 1
    A detective unravels the tangled web of secrets and lies surrounding the death of a successful crime novelist and his unsettling, eccentric family.
  • The Guardians of Justice (Series) – March 1
    When their seemingly fearless leader self-destructs, a team of troubled superheroes must confront festering evil in the world — and in themselves.
  • The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure (Film) – March 2
    A gutsy crew of Joseon pirates and bandits battle stormy waters, puzzling clues and militant rivals in search of royal gold lost at sea.
Netflix My Roommate Is a Gumiho: Season 1 (Series) - March 1
My Roommate Is a Gumiho: Season 1 – March 1
  • He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: Season 2 (Kids & Family) – March 3
    The fate of Eternos hangs in the balance as He-Man and the heroes forge new alliances — and new destinies — to outrun evil Skeletor’s pursuit of power.
  • The Weekend Away (Film) – March 3
    When her best friend vanishes during a girls trip to Croatia, Beth races to figure out what happened. But each clue yields another unsettling deception.
  • Pieces of Her (Series) – March 4
    A woman pieces together her mother’s dark past after a violent attack in their small town brings hidden threats and deadly secrets to light.

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  • Making Fun (Series) – March 4
    Grumpy expert maker Jimmy DiResta fields kids’ ideas for delightfully pointless inventions. Then — if he’s in the mood — he and his pals build ’em.
  • Last One Standing (Series) – March 8
    They’re comedians starring in a thrilling drama, but if their jokes don’t land in the unscripted scenes, they’re off the show. Let the mayhem begin!
  • Kotaro Lives Alone (Anime Series) – March 10
    A lonely little boy moves into a ramshackle apartment building all on his own and makes friends with the broke manga artist who lives next door.
  • The Adam Project (Film) – March 11
    After accidentally crash-landing in 2022, time-traveling fighter pilot Adam Reed teams up with his 12-year-old self on a mission to save the future.
  • Rabid: Season 1 (Series) – March 11
    In this horror anthology series, a pandemic lockdown brings terror and tragedy, transforming a new normal into new nightmares.
  • Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 4 (Documentary) – March 11
    Twenty drivers — some veterans, some rookies — compete in another drama-filled and adrenaline-fueled season of Formula 1 racing.
  • Adam by Eve: A live in Animation (Anime Film) – March 15
    Anime, live action and music by cutting-edge artist Eve — all weave together into this dreamlike sonic experience inspired by the story of Adam and Eve.
  • Rescued by Ruby (Film – Kids & Family) – March 17
    Chasing his long-shot dream to join an elite K-9 unit, a state trooper partners with a fellow underdog: clever but naughty shelter pup Ruby.
  • Light the Night: Part 3 (Series) – March 18
    Following the crash, the women at Light Bar continue their search for answers — but the truth is more complicated than expected.

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  • Eternally Confused and Eager for Love (Series) – March 18
    Often (mis)guided by a cheeky imaginary wizard, an awkward and lonely 20-something struggles to get out of his own way in his quest for a girlfriend.
  • The Cursed (Series) – March 18
    A truth-chasing journalist goes up against the demonic CEO of an IT conglomerate with the help of a teenager with the ability to cast deadly curses.
  • Windfall (Film) – March 18
    A man breaks into a tech billionaire’s empty vacation home, but things go sideways when the arrogant mogul and his wife arrive for a last-minute getaway.
  • The Principles of Pleasure (Documentary) – March 22
    Sex, joy and modern science converge in this eye-opening series that celebrates the complex world of women’s pleasure — and puts stubborn myths to rest.
  • Love Like the Falling Petals (Film) – March 24
    An aspiring young photographer falls in love with a vibrant hairstylist. The future stretches before them — until a twist of fate changes everything.
  • Bridgerton: Season 2 (Series) – March 25
    Duty, desire and scandal collide when viscount Anthony Bridgerton decides to marry, only to meet his match in his intended bride’s headstrong big sister.
  • Transformers: BotBots (Kids & Family) – March 25
    A new series in the “Transformers” universe.
  • Bad and Crazy: Season 1 (Series) – March 28
  • Thermae Romae Novae (Series) – March 28
    A proud bath architect in ancient Rome starts randomly surfacing in present-day Japan, where he’s inspired by the many bathing innovations he finds.
  • Resident Evil: Retribution (Film) – March 31
    The Umbrella Corporation’s deadly T-virus is transforming ordinary people into legions of the undead, and the human race has just one hope: Alice.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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