What’s Releasing in March 2022 Week 1 on Netflix, Hulu and Others: Lies and Deceit, Fresh and More

Here is a list to help you navigate through What’s Releasing in March 2022 Week 1! We have covered all the essential OTT platforms that you need to keep a track of and, everything starting from brand new shows to returning seasons to the latest films is present. So sit back and, keep your favourite streaming platforms open to set up friendly reminders and, let us give you a quick sweet ride of what is in store for you at the beginning of March 2022.

What’s Releasing in March 2022 Week 1 on Netflix, Hulu and Other Streaming Platforms (March 1-7)

March 1

The Guardians of Justice- Netflix

This upcoming animated superhero series will show troubled superheroes trying to save the world and, themselves.

Worst Roommate Ever- Netflix

After the sensational true crime documentaries in February 2022, the OTT giant brings to you stories of squatters, scammers and killers who turned being an ordinary roommate into a nightmare.

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How I Met Your Father Episode 8- Hulu/Disney+ Hotstar

Nearing the end of the show, the third last episode of HIMYF premieres in the first week of March.

A Business Proposal Episode 2- Netflix

A new K-drama on Netflix, the first episode comes at the end of February and, the second is followed on March 1.

March 2

Savage Rhythm- Netflix

Vibing a lot like In The Heights, this upcoming Colombian series will tackle dance, music and social issues.

Against the Ice- Netflix

This Danish period piece is described as: “Exploring Greeland’s vast landscape for a lost ma, two men must fight to survive. Based on the true story of Denmark’s 1909 polar expedition.”

The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure- Netflix

A new Korean action-adventure filled with fighting pirates and bandits.

Pam & Tommy Episode 7- Hulu

The second last episode of the famous sex tape drama arrives this week in March.

Thirty-Nine Episode 5- Netflix

The fifth episode of K-drama is titled Rachmanioff Piano Concert No. 2 and will be available on 2nd March.

March 3

Midnight at the Pera Palace- Netflix

Netflix’s latest Turkish drama promises to be suspenseful and exciting.

Whindersson Nunes: My Own Show- Netflix

A Brazillian stand-up comedy special.

American Girl- Netflix

A Taiwanese film depicting the struggle of a 13-year-old teenager during the 2003 SARS epidemic.

The Weekend Away- Netflix

Leighton Meester starrer thriller is based on Sarah Alderson’s novel of the same name.

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The Parisian Agency Season 2- Netflix

The second season of the French lifestyle drama returns.

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Season 2- Netflix

Will He-Man be able to defeat Skeletor? Find out in the second season of the series airing soon.

Thirty-Nine Episode 6- Netflix

The sixth episode of this new K-drama airs.

March 4

The Batman- Theatrical Release

The much-awaited release of 2022, the synopsis at BookMyShow reads: “Two years of stalking the streets as the Batman (Robert Pattinson), striking fear into the hearts of criminals, has led Bruce Wayne deep into the shadows of Gotham City. With only a few trusted allies-Alfred Pennyworth (Andy Serkis), Lt. James Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) -amongst the city`s corrupt network of officials and high-profile figures, the lone vigilante has established himself as the sole embodiment of vengeance amongst his fellow citizens.”

Jhund- Theatrical Release

Starring veteran actor Amitbhab Bachchan in the leading role, this 2022 is a biographical sports film based on the life of Vijay Barse, the founder of NGO Slum Soccer.

Lies and Deceit- Netflix

A Spanish thriller series where a teacher seeks justice against a surgeon she claims raped her.

Pieces of Her- Netflix

A Toni Collette mystery series based on the 2018 novel of the same name by Karin Slaughter.

Making Fun- Netflix

Taking children’s idea and turning it into interesting inventions is what this series is all about.

Meskina- Netflix

A romantic dutch drama that is heartfelt.

Fresh- Hulu

Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan star in Mimi Cave’s upcoming mystery thriller movie.

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Rudra: The Edge of Darkness- Disney+ Hotstar

Ajay Devgn starrer is the remake of Idris Elba’s famous Luther series.

Sutliyan- Zee5

A Zee5 original series arriving soon.

Undekhi Season 2- SonyLIV

The second season of the famous crime thriller web series returns.

March 5

Forecasting Love & Weather Episode 7- Netflix

The next episode of the romantic K-drama airs

March 6

Forecasting Love & Weather Episode 8- Netflix

The eighth episode of the romantic K-drama premieres.

The list will be updated as per new announcements.

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