Summer’s on the horizon, and so are the blockbusters that come with the season. But fret not–you don’t have to leave your cozy spot to experience popcorn-worthy cinema. Count Netflix to supply this month’s must-watch content, whether it be a brand-new Adam Sandler sequel or Song Hye Kyo’s sweet revenge in The Glory. For all the titles you need to watch in March, keep scrolling ahead!
Next in Fashion Season 2 (March 3)
In the second season of the reality series Next in Fashion, Gigi Hadid joins co-host Tan France and a round of expert judges to find fashion’s next big designer.
Starring: Tan France, Gigi Hadid
Divorce Attorney Shin (March 4)
Pianist and Germany-based music professor Shin Sung-han (Cho Seung Woo) flies back to South Korea after hearing earth-shattering news. In his quest to discover the mysterious truth, Sung-han takes on a new career as a divorce lawyer.
Starring: Cho Seung Woo, Han Hye Jin, Jang Hyun Geun, Jo Jung Shik
You Season 4 Part 2 (March 9)
The story continues for Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgeley), who, while starting anew in London, unearths a new obsession while on the road to redemption.
Starring: Penn Badgley, Tati Gabrielle, Charlotte Ritchie, Stephen Hagan, Lukas Gage
The Glory Part 2 (March 10)
The second part of the hit K-drama sees the revenge scheme of Song Hye Kyo’s Moon Dong-eun bear fruit, as her brutal high school tormentors pay for their past crimes.
Starring: Song Hye Kyo, Lee Do Hyun, Lim Ji Yeon, Jung Sung Il
Shadow and Bone Season 2 (March 16)
In the follow-up to the fantasy adaptation of the best-selling novels, Alina Starkov (Jessi Mei Lei), the proclaimed savior of fictional Ravka, finds new allies as the land faces the wrath of Kirigan (Ben Barnes).
Starring: Jessi Mei Lei, Archie Renaux, Freddy Carter, Amita Suman, Kit Young, Ben Barnes
Luther: The Fallen Sun (March 10)
The standalone movie based on the hit British series sees the brilliant but disgraced police detective John Luther (Idris Elba) slip away from prison, in hopes of hunting down a deranged serial killer.
Starring: Idris Elba, Cynthia Erivo, Andy Serkis, Dermot Crowley, Thomas Coombes
Leonor Will Never Die (March 17)
The sundance entry of 2022 Preview Creative 25 honoree Martika Escobar follows retired filmmaker Leonor (Sheila Francisco), who, after falling into a coma, enters a world where she becomes the action hero of her unfinished screenplay.
Starring: Sheila Francisco, Bong Cabrera, Rocky Salumbides, Antholy Falcon
Labyu with an Accent (March 25)
Coco Martin and Jodi Sta. Maria take on the rom-com genre with the Metro Manila Film Festival entry, where a heartbroken businessman (Jodi) hires a dancer (Coco) as her wealthy boyfriend to get her family off her back about her unfaithful former fiancé.
Starring: Coco Martin, Jodi Sta. Maria, John Estrada, Jaclyn Jose
Kill Boksoon (March 31)
Crash Course in Romance’s Jeon Do Yeon plays Kill Bok-soon, a single mom who just happens to be a lethal killer by night. When Bok-soon is set to renew her agreement for a string of contract killings, she gets involved in an unexpected confrontation—all the while dealing with her teenage daughter.
Starring: Jeon Do Yeon, Sol Kyung Gu, Esom, Koo Kyo Hwan, Kim Si A
Murder Mystery 2 (March 31)
Nick and Audrey Spitz (Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston) return as full-fledged detectives in the sequel to the whodunit comedy. This time, they’ll have to deal with an international abduction when their friend Maharaja (Adeel Akhtar) gets taken captive at his own grand wedding.
Starring: Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Mélanie Laurent, Jodie Turner-Smith, Annie Mumulo
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