March 2022 Netflix News
The Guardians of Justice
Worst Roommate Ever
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Freddy vs. Jason
The Green Mile
My Best Friend’s Wedding
The Shawshank Redemption
Sorry to Bother You
Texas Chainsaw 3D
V for Vendetta
Where the Wild Things Are
Against The Ice
The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: Season 2
Midnight at the Pera Palace
The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties: Season 2
Power Rangers Dino Fury: Season 2
Surviving Paradise: A Family Tale
The Weekend Away
Whindersson Nunes: My Own Show!
The Invisible Thread
Lies and Deceit
Pieces of Her
Good Girls: Season 4
An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts: Season 2
Chip and Potato: Season 3
Last One Standing
Taylor Tomlinson: Look At You
The Andy Warhol Diaries
Queer Eye Germany
The Last Kingdom: Season 5
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Season 7
Karma’s World: Season 2
Kotaro Lives Alone
Love, Life & Everything in Between
Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 4
Life After Death with Tyler Henry
Once Upon a Time… Happily Never After
The Adam Project
London Has Fallen
Adam by Eve: A live in Animation
Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous.
One Piece Film: Strong World
Team Zenko Go
Pedal to Metal
Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives
Hei$t: The Great Robbery of Brazil’s Central Bank
A Walk Among the Tombstones
Lee Daniels’ The Butler
Rescued by Ruby
Alessandro Cattelan: One Simple Question
Animal: Season 2
Eternally Confused and Eager for Love
Is It Cake?
Light the Night: Part 3
Thomas & Friends: Race for the Sodor Cup
Top Boy: Season 2
Without Saying Goodbye
Young, Famous & African
Call the Midwife: Series 10
In Good Hands
Jeff Foxworthy: The Good Old Days
The Principles of Pleasure
Love Like the Falling Petals
Bridgerton: Season 2
Blade Runner 2049
King of Thieves
The Imitation Game
Thermae Romae Novae
Mighty Express: Season 6
Mike Epps: Indiana Mike
Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King
Casual: Seasons 1-4
Ozark’s Finale is Coming Sooner Than Fans Anticipated
Netflix’s original crime drama staring award winning actors Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, and Julia Garner Ozark recently just wrapped up the first half of its season four finale. With the final season being split up into two parts, the first part airing mid-January of 2022, fans expected the rest of season four’s episodes to release sometime in the fall of 2022. Much to the surprise and delight of fans, Ozark recently announced on its social media platforms that the rest of season four will be dropping on April 29th, 2022. The show recently ended with major character deaths and the indignation of a certain character who’s performance in the finale of part one is gaining much attraction and even speculation for award nomination.
Part one of season four also ended with major plot points starting to wrap up, some that have been planted since the beginning of the show involving Byrde’s willing participation to launder money for the Navarro cartel based in Mexico. Fans have already been theorizing which characters will and won’t make it out alive and are even debating which characters deserve to be killed off based on their decision making and behavior in the last few episodes. This date announcement came in the form of a video featuring Julia Garner’s Ruth Langmore lamenting about her status as a “cursed Langmore”. Her determination to make a final impact is clear however, and is striking up much conversation in the Ozark fandom wondering what the next moves are for these cunning, criminal, characters.
Peaky Blinders Season 6 is Coming to Netflix in April 2022
British period-piece drama Peaky Blinders is about to premiere its sixth season exclusively on BBC this Sunday, February 27th. The crime drama will also be ready to stream on Netflix just two months later in April 2022. Starting in 2013, the show follows the Peaky Blinders gang led by notorious and vicious leader Thomas Shelby. A WWI hero, Shelby and his family try to navigate the changing economic climate in Britain all the while dominating the streets and staying on top of Inspector Chester Campbell who’s deadset on riding Britain of crime.
The show stars Cillian Murphy as Thomas Shelby and Venom star Tom Hardy as fan-favorite Alfie Solomons. Fans are stoked for season 6 after a long two year hiatus for the show. While some die-hard fans will be watching the episodes air on BBC Netflix has helped the show reach a broader demographic besides the UK. Netflix has seen a recent influx in crime drama including true crime dramas added to their platform with Peaky Blinders, Ozark, and documentary Tiger King which mixed true crime elements alongside its fascinating main premise.
Season 5 of Stranger Things is Going To Be its Last
Netflix’s Stranger Things has taken the world by storm since 2016-launching the careers of teen stars Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, and Millie Bobby Brown. The show follows the adventures of four young boys and their encounters with a strange world, and an even stranger girl, and the relationships they form along the way that will last a lifetime. Stranger Things has won 6 primetime Emmy awards including Outstanding Sound Editing and Outstanding Sound Mixing. David Harbour and Millie Bobby Brown were also nominated for best supporting actor and actress for their roles at Chief Hopper and Eleven.
Season Four will be split into two parts following the newly adapted Netflix formula and allowing fans to build that anticipation for the show as it slow burns to its finale. The first part of the penultimate season will release onto Netflix on May 27th, 2022 and part two will follow shortly after on July 1st, 2022. Season 5 has no indication of a release date yet but the show will most likely be completely wrapped up in 2024 based on previous patterns. Season 4 will be tying up some cliffhangers from the previous season as well as furthering tensions within the main friend group and their families. Like always, fans can expect a twisting and turning story from the masterful minds of Ross and Matt Duffer the show’s creators who’ve planned this catastrophic story from the beginning to be told over the course of four or five seasons.
Marvel Shows to Leave Netflix Next Month
Before Disney+ launched their own catalog of MCU-expanding shows, Netflix housed many critically acclaimed Marvel shows from Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Punisher, and more. After being introduced outside of the MCU movies and into their own exclusive world, the show’s titular heroes (with the exception of The Punisher ) all culminated in The Defenders a mini-series that linked all the Netflix Marvel heroes together in one epic supervillain face-off. After this crossover, the shows all ended in early 2019 and are now leaving Netflix with no new streaming platform to move to insight.
It’s speculated that these bands of heroes will soon find themselves on Disney+ but due to the darker tones and content they contain, it’s unsure if Disney+ will be comfortable letting these stories play out alongside animated classics and their other lighter-toned MCU shows. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has recently stated that the main priority of MCU executives is to expand their Disney+ shows with Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and Ms. Marvel set to arrive this year. Since it’s unclear where The Defenders heroes are headed next fans are encouraged to catch up on all these titles before they leave Netflix on March 1st 2022.
Human Resources: Discovering What Makes Us Human
After raunchy, animated adult comedy Big Mouth premiered its fifth season back in November of 2021, fans were already looking forward to the previously announced 2022 spin-off Human Resources. Fans were first introduced to the world of monsters, creatures, and other life-forms that aid in helping us realize what makes us human in season 2 of Big Mouth when the show’s main characters Nick (Nick Kroll), Andrew (John Mulaney), and Jessi (Jessi Klein) travel to the home of their hormone monsters. Human Resources looks like it takes place after season five as it features Rochelle the love bug (Keke Palmer) and Walter the love bug (Brandon Kyle Goodman), prominent characters who were added to the cast in season 5.
The show will star recurring Big Mouth characters Maury the hormone monster (Nick Kroll) and Connie the hormone monstress (Maya Rudolph) along with Randall Park, David Thewlis, Aidy Bryant, Pamela Adlon, and many others.
The plot of the show remains under wraps for now, but Big Mouth fans have speculated it will encapsulate everything that takes place outside of the already established Big Mouth universe. Instead of following around emotional middle schoolers, we’ll be immersed into the world of the very beings behind those complicated feelings we’re all too familiar with. New characters have already been announced for the show that have yet to appear in Big Mouth such as Petra the ambition gremlin (Rosie Perez), Keith from grief (Henry Winkler), and Pete the logic rock (Randall Park).
Fans are excited to see where these new monsters will take the characters they’ll be assigned to whether new or old. It’s unlikely that we’ll see any of the Bridgeton kids in the show except for a quick cameo but based on Nick Kroll’s involvement, it’s likely that we’ll see some of the wide variety of characters he voices make an appearance. Human Resources features similar writers and producers as its parent show, and even features Andrew Goldberg, Jennifer Flackett, and Mark Levin in addition to Nick Kroll, the creators of Big Mouth on the team.
Human Resources premiers March 18th on Netflix.