Netflix is one of the leading streaming services today, and this is with good reason. With some highly regarded films and television shows, subscribers can seemingly never run out of phenomenal content to enjoy. In March 2022, the platform’s audience can check out some excellent series.
From new seasons of already beloved shows to new series that are making their debut, Netflix has plenty to offer in March 2022. These programs cover a range of genres and subjects, so fans of all tastes can find something with which they can connect.
Bridgerton – Season 2
With the legendary Shonda Rhimes as an executive producer on the series, Bridgerton has gripped audiences since its first season debuted in 2020. Viewers have been eagerly awaiting the next season of the acclaimed show, which comes to Netflix on March 25.
Adapted from novels by Julia Quinn, Bridgerton is set in London in the Regency era and follows the lives of the Bridgerton family. The series has connected with many so far, and many who have read the source material have plenty of scenes they hope to see in Season 2.
The Andy Warhol Diaries – Docuseries
Andy Warhol is generally considered one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, with works that have evoked dramatic responses of all kinds from those who have viewed them.
The Andy Warhol Diaries brings to life on-screen the words Warhol himself wrote, using artificial intelligence technology. Along with this, interviews with his contemporaries and those he has influenced attempt to paint a picture of the artist’s personality in this compelling exploration of the figure.
The Last Kingdom – Season 5
Spanning several decades, The Last Kingdom centers on the character of Uhtred, who is on a mission to reclaim the kingdom he sees as his birthright.
Taking place in the late-800s and early-900s, this series is a fascinating watch for those interested in tales set in different eras, and the excellent actors provide grounded and intriguing performances as the lead characters. The series has been entertaining audiences since 2015, and the final season, which is set to be followed by a movie, does not disappoint.
Top Boy – Season 4
The drama series Top Boy originally ran from 2011 to 2013, though it did not have more than two seasons initially. However, the show received new life with an additional season years later, renewing interest in the series on a large scale. It follows the lives of people in the Summerhouse estate in London and focuses primarily on the characters of Dushane and Sully, two drug dealers attempting to hold onto their power through the twists and turns the series has taken up to this point.
With the most recent season having come out in 2019, it has been a decent chunk of time since the show’s audience has seen the well-written and developed characters, and they are excited to watch their plotlines continue to unfold with the fourth season.
Pieces Of Her – Season 1
Pieces of Her follows the character of Andy, who begins to discover secrets about her mother, Laura, just as dangerous people from Laura’s past begin to reappear, leading Andy to have to flee from the new forces in her life.
The new Netflix thriller series has already gained a sizable following since its release on March 4, with the performance of Toni Collette, in particular, receiving extensive praise. The show takes the audience along for a ride with its mystery elements, and fans of TV shows like it will likely enjoy it.
Raising Dion – Season 2
Even in an age of comic book-based programs and movies that occupy much of the entertainment space, Raising Dion still manages to stand out as one of the best fantasy drama shows today.
The series centers on Nicole as she raises her young son Dion, who has begun to manifest superhuman abilities. It is a fascinating and welcome take on a genre that has otherwise caused many to feel fatigued, giving audience members a compelling family drama mixed in with some exciting science-fiction elements that lend themselves well to the superhero genre.
Murderville – Season 1
Starring Will Arnett as Detective Terry Seattle, Murderville is a semi-improvisational mystery comedy series that features him and a celebrity guest attempting to solve a murder case.
The celebrities, who change every episode and include the likes of Ken Jeong, Marshawn Lynch, and Sharon Stone, do not know where the story is headed and have to solve the case from the clues they gathered. The hilarious comedic talents on the show make this series immensely entertaining, and the mystery elements keep audiences guessing as well.
Twenty Five Twenty One – Season 1
Twenty Five Twenty One follows several characters from different backgrounds over various points in time as they navigate their personal and love lives.
Starring highly regarded actors like Kim Tae-ri and Nam Joo-hyuk, as well as several others who are well known for their acting talents, Twenty Five Twenty One provides audiences with compelling performances and heartfelt storylines. Fans of romantic drama series will want to check out the show, which arrived on Netflix on February 12.
The Cuphead Show! – Season 1
2017’s Cuphead is arguably one of the most beautiful hand-drawn video games of all time, and the new television series, The Cuphead Show, incorporates that style and brings it to a different format in an exciting way.
Chad and Jared Moldenhauer, who created the original game, also created the series, which follows brothers Cuphead and Mugman in their adventures. It is a visually captivating and high-energy ride that fans of the game will likely love.
Vikings: Valhalla – Season 1
Vikings, which ran from 2013 to 2020, is a highly regarded historical drama series that provided its main characters with some iconic scenes. Vikings: Valhalla attempts to do the same, and with its excellent cast and creative forces behind it, fans of the original series have been enjoying the new series.
The show takes place one hundred years after Vikings and follows people like Leif Erikson and Harald Sigurdsson, and, as is true of its predecessor, it provides an interesting exploration of the characters.
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