This first week of March we have had up to 66 premieres, a whole arsenal of content. But the funny thing is that 42 of them will be produced this weekend, since only Netflix from today to Saturday premieres up to 32 movies.
Just this week the mythical captain of the Enterprise returns on Amazon Prime Video in the second season of Star Trek: Picard, which takes the legendary Jean-Luc Picard and his crew on a new, intrepid and exciting journey: the past. Picard must recruit friends both old and new to face the perils of 21st-century Earth in a desperate race against time to save the future of the galaxy, and face the ultimate test from one of the greatest enemies in history. he.
And for fans of The Boys, while you wait for the third season you can take a look at the hooligan animated series The Boys present: Diabolical, an 8-episode, 12-14 minute animated anthology filled with buckets of blood, oozing intestines, and some of the wackiest superhero characters ever seen on TV, like a talking turd and a “hero” with breasts for eyes. The animation oscillates between “Looney Tunes” kid-style, ultra-gross anime and “Rick and Morty” goofiness, and fans of “The Boys” comic series will be in for a treat with an episode true to the original work.
Disney brings its original Spin, in which an Indian-American teenager from a conservative South Asian family must overcome numerous obstacles to pursue her passion for creating DJ mixes. And other films like the iconic Full Monty or The Big Betwith a cast led by Ryan Gosling, Christan Bale and Brad Pitt.
We take this opportunity to remember that since yesterday it is on HBO Max Our flag means death, the new comedy by Taika Waititi (Thor Ragnarok) and the team responsible for ‘What we do in the shadows’, which includes the Spanish Nacho Vigalondo among its directors, this time parodying the Pirates genre; and The Turist, starring Jamie Dornan (50 Shades of Grey, Belfast), who plays a man chased by a huge tanker truck that tries to run him off the road. He wakes up in the hospital, injured, but alive. However, he has no idea who he is, so the search for answers drives him on.
New Netflix series for March 2022
Do you know who
New Netflix movies for March 2022
The Man in the Sky
Pink String and Sealing Wax
every minute counts
The Magic Box
The Lady with a Lamp
Maytime in Mayfair
Nowhere to go
Chain of Events
New Year’s Eve at Bob’s
The Flying Scotsman
I was the double of Montgomery
Pool of London
The hundred million girl
Doctor Cordelier’s testament
Keep your seats, please
the flight of the sphinx
Tour Depends on Girls
New documentaries and Netflix realities for March 2022
The imperceptible thread
Movistar+ premiere movies for March 2022
Peter Rabbit 2: a la fuga
Premieres 2 by M+ (dial 31). The funny rabbits created by the British writer and illustrator Beatrix Potter return to the big screen in this second installment of the adventures of the mischievous Peter Rabbit (traditionally known in Spain as Perico the rabbit). Mix of live action and animation, and an ideal film for the whole family.
Premieres 2 by M+ (dial 31). An emotional and honest film about the eternal love of a father for his son: the true story of Joe Bell, father of a teenager harassed for his sexual orientation, who begins a trip across the United States to raise awareness among his countrymen in the fight for diversity and against bullying, a journey that must also heal his wounded and failed soul.
New series, movies and documentaries Amazon Prime Video for March 2022
Star Trek: Picard, temporada 2
The Boys Presents: Diabolical
Lucy and Desi
Premiere series on Disney+ March 2022
Bob’s Burgers, season 12
Outrun by Running Man, temporada 1
Premiere movies on Disney+ March 2022
the big bet
two men and one destiny
Premiere documentaries on Disney+ March 2022
Premiere series on Filmin March 2022
A bunch of idiots live together on a farm and end up creating the first halal cheese business in Norway. Winner of two awards at the Canneseries festival.
Premiere films on Filmin March 2022
Goya winner for Best Sound. Marta Nieto suffers from a strange anomaly that makes her live “out of sync”: she perceives sound later than images.
The French version of “Kiki, love is made” features a top-notch cast to tackle some of the strangest and most unique sexual taboos