Netflix: We start the second week of March and the rhythm of releases does not stop. And although this week we will not have 27 new movies on Netflix released in a single day like the previous one, there are many things and big premieres.
We start with the new Ryan Reynolds, who repeats again with Netflix after his Red Alert last Christmas. In The Adam Project, Reynolds, Zoe Saldaña, Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner star in this sci-fi adventure directed by Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum), which mixes time travel and a classic 80s type of adventure film from titles like The Last Starfighter or Explorers.
As for documentaries, we have The Andy Warhol Diaries: After the 1968 shooting, Andy Warhol begins to record his life and his feelings. This series show the person behind the character. Formula 1: Drive to Survive. Season 4, with twenty drivers, some veterans and some rookies, put the pedal to the metal in another F1 season full of drama and adrenaline. Plus Life After Death: In this intimate reality show, clairvoyant medium Tyler Henry speaks to the afterlife to bring light and peace to our world, and to his own family background.
The exciting story of the legendary Lakers team in the 80s comes to HBO Max with Time for Victory: The Lakers Dynasty, the new series produced by Adam McKay that premieres on the 7th. And the most important premiere is without a doubt The Williams Method, the film nominated for 6 Oscars with which Will Smith could finally lift the coveted statuette. Not forgetting the fourth season of the Charmed reboot.
Movistar+ premieres El Desafío: 11M, which narrates the never-before-seen events surrounding one of the worst terrorist attacks in Spain, in which the emergency services and hundreds of anonymous heroes collaborated to help the victims of the attack, and turned Madrid in an example of solidarity and citizen union.
The docu-series features the testimonies of survivors, as well as interviews with renowned journalists, judges, senior police officers, political leaders and witnesses, who will offer their personal view of what happened during the attack on one of the busiest cities of Europe.
New Netflix series for March 2022
Astrology Guide to Broken Hearts Season 2
Potato and potato, season 3
The Last Kingdom, season 5
Queen of the South, Season 5
Love, life and a lot of other things
Kotaro lives alone
Once upon a time… but not anymore
New Netflix movies for March 2022
The desire in me
a shadow in my eye
The Adam Project
the unseen gaze
Max & Jeremy
New documentaries and Netflix realities for March 2022
cry, laugh, win
Taylor Tomlinson: Look At You’
The Andy Warhol Diaries
Queer Eye Germany
the life after death
Formula 1: The thrill of a Grand Prix, season 4