March 2022: These are the Premieres of Netflix, Disney +, and Other Streaming

What surprises will March bring? Here we present the premieres of Netflix, Disney +, and more streaming services.


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Movies, series, documentaries. March has prepared a long list of productions that we can enjoy for 31 days and that will cover the screens of the different streaming platforms with a variety of genres. Once again, in LatinAmerican Post we present you the most anticipated releases of the month. Are you ready to enjoy what Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, HBO Max, and Disney+ will bring?

“The Adam Project” (March 11 – Netflix)

For this month of March, Netflix will bet heavily on a project that mixes science fiction, action, and comedy, in addition to having figures like Ryan Reynolds, Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo, and Zoe Saldana. The film is about a man who travels back in time to the past to meet his younger version, who must help him contact his father in order to save humanity in the future.

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“El Desafío: 11M” (March 11 – Amazon Prime Video)

Documentaries are the only ones capable of showing us reality as it is. “El Desafío” is a documentary series that presents its second season and that for this occasion will focus on the events of the Islamist attack on March 11, 2004, in Madrid. On that fateful day, more than 190 people died after several explosions near the Atocha train station. It is worth remembering that this docuseries began with “El Desafío: ETA”, which was a success on the platform.

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“Deep Water” (March 18 – Hulu)

Erotic suspense and psychological thriller will be the main ingredients of this film. The plot of the director Adrian Lyne shows a couple (Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas) whose failed marriage stands by a curious agreement: he accepts that his wife has extramarital affairs in order to avoid divorce. However, everything will take an unexpected turn when he becomes the suspect in the disappearance of her lovers.

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“WeCrashed” (March 18 – Apple TV)

Based on the “WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork” podcast, this drama miniseries will be in the spotlight of Apple TV for the next few weeks. It follows the greed-filled rise and inevitable fall of WeWork, one of the world’s most valuable startups. Likewise, the plot will also focus on the chaotic love of Adam Neumann (co-founder of WeWork) and his wife Rebekah Neumann, who will be played by Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway.

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“Bridgerton” (March 25 – Netflix)

This is one of the most recognized pieces of Netflix. This time the platform brings the second season, which will revolve around the search for a wife by Anthony, the older brother of the Bridgertons. For those who haven’t seen this production yet, it is set in the 19th century and shows how a London high-society family tries to find love and happiness.

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“Moon Knight” (March 30 – Disney+)

Marvel will bring us a new series that promises to surpass its predecessors by introducing an unpublished character from the UCM: Moon Knight. The story is about how Marc Spector, who suffers from dissociative identity disorder, becomes the conduit for the Egyptian moon god Khonshu. In other words, during the six episodes, we will learn the origins of this antihero who will be played by the Guatemalan Oscar Isaac and who will have Ethan Hawke as the villain to fear.

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“Julia” (March 31 – HBO Max)

Julia Child was a pioneer on American television for the way she cooked on her show, which was on the air for ten years. Now, and after a homonymous documentary, comes this series that will show the way in which Julia made her way in an industry plagued by sexism thanks to her passion for cooking. Daniel Goldfarb is in charge of the project that will transport us through several moments of this wonderful woman and who will be played by actress Sarah Lancashire.

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