Ten Shows Coming to Streaming in March 2022 That You Simply Cannot Miss

With a new month comes another round of exciting TV shows for viewers to be thrilled, terrified, or transfixed by.

From series making an exciting comeback to a brand new Marvel show and a veritable truckload of true crime dramas, there's something for everyone to enjoy on the TV this month.

Here, Newsweek breaks down our top picks for the small screen, and will also be revealing where and when you can watch them.

1. Moon Knight

Moon Knight is the latest offering from the Marvel Cinematic Universe's (MCU) TV shows on Disney+.

Starring Oscar Isaac in the lead role, the series charts the journey of its eponymous hero and has been teased as "brutal" by Marvel President Kevin Feige.

In an interview with Empire magazine, Feige said: "He's brutal. It's been fun to work with Disney+ and see the boundaries shifting on what we're able to do.

"There are moments [in the series] when Moon Knight is wailing on another character, and it is loud and brutal, and the knee-jerk reaction is, 'We're gonna pull back on this, right?' No. We're not pulling back."

Well then, expect something a lot darker than previous Marvel shows like WandaVision or Hawkeye come March 30.

2. Bridgerton Season 2

Fans of Netflix's breakout hit Bridgerton have been avidly waiting for the next installment in the series to be released.

Well, fans won't have to wait much longer because Bridgerton will return on March 25 with its second season, which puts the focus onto Anthony (Jonathan Bailey).

Based on Julia Quinn's second novel The Viscount Who Loved Me, Season 2 will see Anthony finally accept his responsibility as heir to the Bridgerton name and go in search of a wife.

He sets his sights on Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran) but her sister Kate (Simone Ashley) will stop at nothing to make sure he doesn't get in the way of Edwina's happiness.

3. Pachinko

Min Jin Lee's novel "Pachinko" took the world by storm when it was first released in 2017 thanks to its epic storytelling, and it is now being adapted by Apple TV+.

The show follows a Korean family over several generations, focusing mainly on Sunja from her childhood all the way to old age.

In the series, which stars Oscar-winner Youn Yuh-jung and K-drama icon Lee Minho, the course of Sunja's life is impacted by one important decision in her life.

Pachinko will launch on Apple's streaming platform with its first three episodes on March 25, and then it will be released on a weekly basis.

4. The Dropout

Those looking for their next true crime drama fix after Inventing Anna need look no further than Hulu's The Dropout.

Starring Amanda Seyfried as Elizabeth Holmes, the show follows its lead character as she develops healthcare technology firm Theranos, which eventually leads to her downfall.

The first three episodes of The Dropout will come out on Thursday, March 3, and the show will then be released weekly on Hulu.

5. The Boys Presents: Diabolical

The Boys Season 3 may not be coming out until June, but fans of the show will get to enjoy the special animated series The Boys Presents: Diabolical instead.

The animation is comprised of eight self-contained episodes that are based in the universe of The Boys, with every episode landing on Prime Video on March 4.

It has an A-list voice cast that includes Awkwafina, Michael Cera, Don Cheadle, and Kieran Culkin, amongst many, many others.

6. The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey

Samuel L. Jackson heads to the small screen for a gripping new drama for Apple TV+ titled The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey, which premieres on March 11.

The Pulp Fiction icon takes on the lead role of Ptolemy, who has dementia and decides to take a radical new medication that will give him his memories back so he can solve his nephew's murder, but it comes at a price.

Alongside Jackson is Judas and the Black Messiah's Dominique Fishback as Robyn, Ptolemy's carer, and Walton Goggins as Dr. Rubin.

7. The Girl From Plainville

Looking for another true crime drama? Well, The Girl from Plainville will also be released in March on Hulu.

The show stars Elle Fanning as Michelle Carter and Colton Ryan as Conrad Roy III, who died aged 18 by suicide in 2014 after his girlfriend, Carter, encouraged him to do so.

The Girl from Plainville launches on Hulu on March 29, and episodes will be released on a weekly basis.

8. The Thing About Pam

There's plenty of true crime offerings in March as NBC also have their own show titled The Thing About Pam, which will premiere on March 8.

Starring Renée Zellweger as Pam Hupp, the series follows the murder of Betsy Faria in 2011, and the false conviction of her husband Russ as part of a scheme allegedly concocted by Hupp. Hupp pleaded not guilty last July to murdering Faria.

9. Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty

Another drama bringing a true story to the small screen is Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty.

The HBO series has an A-list cast ranging from John C. Reilly to Sally Field, and Adrien Brody, and it launches on March 6 on HBO Max.

Directed by Adam McKay, the series charts the success of basketball legends in the Lakers, including Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

10. Upload Season 2

Greg Daniels' sci-fi show Upload will return for its second season on Prime Video on March 11, following the dramatic next stage in Nathan Brown's (virtual) life.

Season 1 of Upload ended with several dramatic reveals, including Nathan (Robbie Amell) getting stuck in 2-gig at Lake View after learning that his girlfriend Ingrid Kannerman (Allegra Edwards) uploaded so that she could be with him.

Moon Knight and Bridgerton
Oscar Isaac in "Moon Knight" and Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey in "Bridgerton" Season 2. These are just two of the shows coming to streaming in March. Marvel Studios 2022. All Rights Reserved./NETFLIX