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10 movies and series that deserve your attention in March

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March 2023 arrived with several exciting releases on streams and in theaters. With new episodes of titles already loved by the public arriving, the month also features the premiere of other productions that also deserve a little space in your schedule.

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Among the highlights are the series The Mandalorian, Ted Lasso and the new episodes of Invisible City. As for the movies Scream 6 It is Shazam! Gods Fury are the main releases. Check out the full list!

March 2023 Highlights

  • The Mandalorian: Season 3 – Disney+ (March 1st)

After two years of fans waiting, the third season of The Mandalorian hit the Disney+ catalog earlier this month. The new episodes continue the saga of Din Djarin and Grogu on their adventures across the galaxy after the fall of the Empire.

  • Missing – Cinema: March 2

in the wake of Seeking out…, we follow June, a young woman addicted to her smartphone. After her mother Grace travels to Colombia, she is excited about the possibility of more privacy for a few days. Upon realizing that her mother has not returned home, the teenager notifies the authorities and decides to start looking for herself, checking all the digital tools available to her.


  • Daisy Jones & The Six – Prime Video: March 3rd

Based on the book by Taylor Jenkins Reid, Daisy Jones & The Six tells the story of a fictional rock band in the 1970s as they rise through the ranks of the Los Angeles music scene and subsequently become one of the most legendary bands in the world.

  • Scream 6 – Cinema: March 9

Ghostface is back in the sixth installment of the horror franchise. This time, the film accompanies the four survivors of the last massacre of Ghostface, Sam, Tara, Chad and Mindy. The group decides to move from Woodsboro to New York to start over. However, before long, they become the target of a new masked serial killer.”

  • Scream 6: Does the sequel live up to the legacy of the franchise? (criticism)

  • Ted Lasso: Season 3 – Apple TV+ (March 15)

The third (and possibly last) season of Ted Lasso premieres this month on Apple TV+ and should focus on the rivalry between Ted and Nathan. The new episodes will show how the protagonist will deal with Nate’s departure to coach a rival team.

  • Shazam! Fury of the Godss – Cinemas (March 16)

The long starring Zachary Levy in the lead role was scheduled to be released in 2022, but will finally hit the big screen. In the hero’s new film, Billy Batson faces an existential crisis: fear of adulthood and aging. He must reconcile these issues while facing the villainous Hespera and Kalypso, daughters of the Greek god Atlas.

  • Invisible City: Season 2 – Netflix (March 22)

Two years after its premiere on Netflix, Invisible City is back with new episodes! The series addresses the universe of Brazilian folklore and takes place in a Brazil where, secretly, urban legends and fantastic tales are real.

  • John Wick 4 – Cinemas (March 23)

More shooting, beating and bombing comes around in the fourth film of John Wick. The good news for fans is that the production starring Keanu Reeves has already received great reviews so far.

  • The White Powder Bear – Cinemas (March 30)

The film is inspired by a true story of a bear that consumed 40 kilos of cocaine in Blue Ridge, in 1985. The production stars Ray Liotta and features Alden Ehrenreich, Keri Russell, O’Shea Jackson and Jesse Tyler Ferguson in the cast.

  • The power – Prime Video (March 31)

Starring Toni Collette, the thriller series is based on the award-winning novel of the same name by Naomi Alderman. In the plot, teenage girls from all over the world develop the power to electrocute people whenever they want, without any explanation. The Power evolves from a tingle in young women’s collarbones to a complete reversal of the world’s balance of power.

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