Welcome along to your first look at what’s coming to Netflix in the United Kingdom and Ireland throughout the month of March. We’ll be listing every single new licensed and Netflix Original movie and series coming throughout the month below.
As always, while there are going to be plenty of additions keep an eye on our removals page for Netflix UK where we’ll be tracking all the big shows and movies departing throughout the month too.
Full List of What’s Coming to Netflix UK in March 2022
Note: If you’re from a UK news outlet, please credit us as this list takes lots of time to compile.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 1st
- Alive (1993) – Biopic on a rugby team stranded after crash landing on a mountain. Starring Ethan Hawke.
- Cujo (1983) – Classic horror where a St. Bernard contracts a disease which sets him on a tear through a small US town.
- Hell on the Border (2019) – Western starring David Gyasi, Ron Perlman and Frank Grillo.
- Her (2013) – Joaquin Pheonix stars in this romantic sci-fi movie where a writer develops a relationship with an operating system.
- I Spit on Your Grave 2 (2013) – Horror thriller from director Steven R. Monroe.
- Love Is Color Blind (2021) – Filipino rom-com.
- The Master (2012) – Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix star in this Oscar-nominated movie from Paul Thomas Anderson.
- Three Days of Condor (1975) – Classic mystery thriller from Paramount Pictures about a CIA researching finding all his coworkers deceased.
- Save The Last Dance (2001) – Julia Stiles star in this musical romance movie about a midwestern girl moving to Chicago.
- Spider-Man 2 (2004) – The second entry in the Tobey Maguire Spider-man movies joins the other two on Netflix UK.
- The Guardians of Justice (Season 1) N – Adi Shankar presents this new animated series about a team of troubled superheroes.
- United (2011) – David Tennant and Sam Claflin stars in this historical biopic on the true story of the Manchester United Busby Babes.
- Worst Roommate Ever (Season 1) N – Blumhouse Television presents this 5-episode documentary series that delves into harrowing tales of nightmare roommates.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 2nd
- Against The Ice (2022) N – Nikolaj Coster-Waldau headlines this film based on a book that sees two men fighting to survive in the
- Savage Rhythm (Season 1) N – A new Spanish-language musical series.
- The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure (2022) N – Korean pirate movie about a gutsy crew of pirates and bandits battling stormy waters and puzzling clues.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 3rd
- American Girl (2021) – Taiwanese drama.
- He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Season 2) N – A more kids-focused animated series set in the He-Man universe.
- Midnight at Pera Palace (Season 1) N – Turkish drama.
- Power Rangers: Dino Fury (Season 2) – The new Power Rangers series arrives exclusively on Netflix.
- Surviving Paradise: A Family Tale (2022) N – A new nature documentary narrated by Bridgerton’s Rege-Jean Page.
- The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties (Season 2) N – French reality series.
- The Weekend Away (2022) N – A weekend getaway to Croatia goes awry when a woman is accused of killing her best friend and her efforts to get to the truth uncover a painful secret.
- Whindersoson Nunes: My Own Show! (2022) N – Stand-up special.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 4th
- Making Fun (Season 1) N – Jimmy DiResta presents this reality series where pointless inventions are born.
- Lies and Deceit (Season 1) N – Spanish TV thriller about a literature teacher seeking justice against a surgeon.
- Meskina (2022) N – Dutch romantic comedy.
- Nightride (2021) N – Stephen Fingleton directs this thriller shot in a single take about a dealer trying to pull off one last job. Only Netflix UK is getting this movie as a Netflix Original.
- Pieces of Her (Season 1) N – Toni Collette stars in this mystery crime series.
- The Invisible Thread (2022) N – Italian LGBTQ movie about the son of two fathers making a documentary about his parents.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 5th
- August, Osage County (2013) – John Wells directs this ensemble comedy-drama.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 6th
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (2009) – Animated follow-up to the Alvin and the Chipmunk smash hit.
- Rick and Morty (Season 5) – The latest season of the AdultSwim series following all-new adventures with Morty and is grandpa Rick.
- The Informer (2019) – Joel Kinnaman stars in this action crime drama about an ex-convict who purposely gets caught to take down a mob in a prison.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 8th
- An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts (Season 2) N – Italian romantic comedy.
- Autumn Girl (2022) N – In 1960s Poland, performer Kalina Jędrusik is at the height of her popularity but must contend with a spurned official threatening to ruin her career.
- Last One Standing (Season 1) N – French comedy series.
- Taylor Tomlinson: Look at You (2022) N – Second stand-up special from the American comic.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 9th
- Byron Baes (Season 1) N – Reality series filmed in Australia.
- Queer Eye: Germany (Season 1) N – A new international spin-off of the reality series.
- The Andy Warhol Diaries (Limited Series) N – Docuseries on the famous artist.
- The Bombardment (2022) N – Danish WW2 movie.
- The Last Kingdom (Season 4) N – The final season of the former BBC series.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 10th
- Karma’s World (Season 2) N – Kids animated series produced by Ludacris.
- Kotaro Lives Alone (Season 1) N – Japanese animated series based on the manga about a lonely boy moving into an apartment.
- Love, Life & Everything in Between (Season 1) N – An ode to Valentine’s Day in various Arab cities, this anthology series tinged with dark humor explores love at large — and relationships up close.
- Surf’s Up 2: WaveMania (2016) – Animated comedy that features WWE Superstars, providing their own voices while matching up against talking animals.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 11th
- 17 Again (2009) – Zac Efron stars in this comedy about a man getting relive his teen years again.
- Formula 1: Drive to Survive (Season 4) N – The fourth installment of the docuseries that looks back at the drama of the 2021 F1 season.
- Hail, Caesar! (2016) – The Coen brothers direct this comedy starring Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, and lots of other recognizable faces.
- Life After Death with Tyler Henry (Season 1) N – Reality series following a medium who helps connect people to their deceased loved ones.
- Once Upon a Time… Happily Never After (Season 1) N – Spanish musical comedy.
- Taboo (Season 1) – Tom Hardy stars in this BBC-FX series about an adventurer returning to London to avenge his father.
- The Adam Project (2022) N – Ryan Reynolds stars in this sci-fi family movie where he returns to the past to help himself save the future.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 13th
- IT: Chapter Two (2019) – The second entry of the Stephen King adaptation that’s set 27 years after their first encounter with Pennywise.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 15th
- Adam by Eve: A live in Animation (2022) N – Hybrid musical special by the Japanese musician Eve.
- Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous. (2022) N – Stand-up special.
- Marilyn’s Eyes (2022) N – Italy comedy movie.
- Power Players (Season 1) – Kids animated series.
- Untouchable (2011) – Also known as The Intouchables, this biopic stars Omar Sy (Lupin).
- Team Zenko Go (Season 1) N – New animated series from DreamWorks.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 16th
- Heist: The Great Robbery of Brazil’s Central Bank (Season 1) N – Brazillian docuseries about thieves in 2005 trying to steal 160 million reais.
- Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives. (Limited Series) N – After marrying a mysterious man who claimed he could make her dog immortal, a celebrated vegan restaurateur finds her life veering off the rails.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 17th
- Rescued by Ruby (2022) N – Based on a true story, this will see Arrow’s Grant Gustin play a state trooper who dreams of joining a K-9 rescue unit.
- Rollem – Middle-eastern drama.
- Soil/Grond (2022) N – To revamp the family business, a young entrepreneur sets up a bold yet risky plan of importing soil from Morocco to bury his community’s deceased.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 18th
- Alessandro Cattelan: One Simple Question (Season 1) N – Variety talk show series.
- Animal (Season 2) N – Nature docuseries.
- Backpackers (2022) N – Spanish rom-com.
- Black Crab (2022) N – Swedish action-thriller starring Noomi Rapace.
- Cracow Monsters (Season 1) N – Fantasy drama from Poland.
- Eternally Confused and Eager for Love (Season 1) N – Indian TV comedy.
- Human Resources (Season 1) N – A new spin-off animated series based on the creatures seen in Big Mouth.
- Is It Cake? (Season 1) N – New reality series based on the TikTok trend.
- Light the Night (Part 3) N – Mandarin series.
- Standing Up (Season 1) N – French comedy series about a group of friends trying to make it big in Paris.
- The Cursed (Season 1) – Korean mystery thriller series about a journalist looking into a demonic CEO of an IT company.
- Top Boy (Season 2) N – The second season of the Netflix revival of Top Boy finally arrives almost three years after the first dropped.
- Windfall (2022) N – A new “Hitchcockian” thriller following a wealthy couple arriving at a holiday home that has been robbed. Jason Segel, Lily Collins, and Jesse Plemons star.
- Without Saying Goodbye (2022) N – Spanish romantic comedy.
- Young, Famous & Africa (Season 1) N – South African reality series.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 19th
- Heartland (Season 15) – Amber Marshall, Chris Potter, and Shaun Johnston return for this family drama.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 20th
- Corporate Animals (2019) – CEO Lucy takes her staff on corporate team building in some underground desert caves in New Mexico. Starring Ed Helms and Demi Moore.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 21st
- In Good Hands (2022) N – Diagnosed with a terminal illness, a single mother encounters a suave bachelor as she grapples with the future of her headstrong six-year-old.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 22nd
- Jeff Foxworthy: The Good Old Days (2022) N – Stand-up special.
- The Principals of Pleasure (Limited Series) N – Docuseries about sex, joy and modern science converging.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 23rd
- Boiling Point (2021) – Multi-BAFTA winning British produced movie about a head chef wrangling his team on the busiest day of the year.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 24th
- Love Like the Falling Petals (2022) N – Japanese drama.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 25th
- Bridgerton (Season 2) N – The long-awaited return of Bridgerton, Netflix’s biggest show to date.
- Transformers: Botbots (Season 1) N – Animated series set in the Transformers universe.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 27th
- The Kitchen (2019) – Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss star in this crime drama.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 28th
- Business Proposal (Season 1) N – In disguise as her friend, Ha-ri shows up to a blind date to scare him away. But plans go awry when he turns out to be her CEO — and makes a proposal.
- Thermae Romae Novae (Season 1) N – Anime comedy series about a Roman architect transported to modern-day Japan.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 29th
- Johnny Hallyday: Beyond Rock (Season 1) N – French docu-series.
- Mighty Express (Season 6) N – Kids animated series.
- Mike Epps: Indiana Mike (2022) N – Stand-up special.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 30th
- All Hail (2022) N – After failing to predict a destructive hail storm, a famous meteorologist flees to his hometown and soon finds himself on a journey of self-discovery.
What’s Coming to Netflix UK on March 31st
- Super PupZ (Season 1) N – Talking dogs headline this new children’s comedy series.
- The High Note (2020) – A superstar singer and her overworked personal assistant are presented with a choice that could alter the course of their respective careers.
What will you be checking out on Netflix in March 2022? Let us know in the comments.