Believe! Ted Lasso, You, and Succession All Return This Month 🎬
Hi there! Whether you want sexy sociopaths (hey, Penn Badgley), sexy corporate intrigue, sexy optimism, or sexy rock stars, March has it for you with the premieres of You, Succession, Ted Lasso (check out the trailer for Season 3 now), and the brand-new Daisy Jones & the Six.
Free to Stream
What’s better than watching a movie? Watching a movie for free! Check out the best movies streaming free this month. And before you complain about commercials, consider this: Ads are just built-in bathroom breaks. You’re welcome.
The Biggest Streaming Premieres in March
*Rubs hands together in glee* Now we’re getting into it! March has so many great shows premiering or returning, but these are six we’re particularly excited for this month.
8 episodes. Mando and Grogu—and Amy Sedaris!—return for a new season in the Star Wars universe March 1. After admitting in The Book of Boba Fett to removing his helmet at the end of Season 2, Mando is now on a mission for a new ship and to reunite with the last of his kind in search of redemption.
5 episodes. A month after Part 1 dropped, we finally get to see how things pan out for America’s favorite sexy sociopath, Joe Goldberg, who might have met his match in London. After a fun detour into murder mystery in Part 1, we’re back to basics March 9 as Joe tries to outwit the Eat the Rich killer (and not fall in love). He doesn’t have the best track record in that area.
6 episodes. Another Great Expectations, even after Ethan Hawke and Gwyneth Paltrow delivered the definitive adaptation? (Well, maybe not.) Pip and Estella and Miss Havisham get the limited series treatment once again, but this time Olivia Colman is Miss Havisham, so you know things are gonna get weird. Premieres March 26.
Daisy Jones & The Six
10 episodes. It’s here! At last, years after reading Taylor Jenkins Reid’s fictional oral history of a self-destructive ‘70s rock band (that’s not Fleetwood Mac), we get to hear Daisy Jones & the Six actually growl out songs! The first three episodes drop March 3, with the rest trickling out every Friday in March.
12 episodes. Do you believe in life after Nate? We’re about to find out now that Ted Lasso is finally back with Season 3 on March 15. Things got dark last season, but we only really care about one thing: Roy and Keeley’s relationship must be protected at all costs.
10 episodes. The fourth season is the last?! Adult theater kid Jeremy Strong has already over-dramatically compared the end of the show to “a death,” which means that this promises to be a wild, endlessly quotable ride to the end for the Roy siblings and Waystar Royco. Who will come out on top? Who cares? As usual with this family, it’s a race to the bottom. Premieres March 26.
We all know that the nominees are only part of the story of any year in film. And never was that more obvious than this year, when some of the best flicks of 2022 were not only directed by women but got shut out of some major categories. Don’t stick with the Oscars list—these three hidden-in-plain sight movies are worth a watch.
Women Talking — Sarah Polley
We all know how much drama can be contained within those two words, and Sarah Polley’s intense drama is no exception. As Mennonite women meet to discuss how to handle the men of their community who have been secretly abusing them, nothing less is at stake than life and death itself.
Is a musical the only genre left for Viola Davis to conquer? After seeing her transformation into a fearless general of the Agojie, the all-female warrior unit that protected the West African kingdom of Dahomey, we’re ready for her take on a movie musical.
Paul Mescal as a dad? Yes, please. But there’s so much more to the film than just Pascal being a girl-dad, as he and his 11-year-old daughter reconnect while on vacation in Turkey. And believe us, this moving drama features one of the year’s most powerful final sequences.