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Netflix Premieres in March 2023

Netflix Premieres in March 2023

By dayannastefanny

With only a few days left in the month, streaming content platforms have started to announce new productions to offer their users soon. Following this trend, Netflix has just released the dates of the most anticipated new series for March 2023.

New series

  1. Sex/Life: Season 2 (2/3/2023)

The story of a love triangle between a woman, her past, and her husband takes a provocative approach to female identity and desire. Billie Connelly (Sarah Shahi) wasn’t always a suburban wife and stay-at-home mom. Before marrying handsome Cooper (Mike Vogel) and moving to Connecticut, Billie was a free spirit who lived with her best friend Sasha (Margaret Odette) in New York, worked hard, and partied. Tired of caring for two young children and feeling nostalgic for her past, Billie begins journaling and daydreaming about her passionate affairs with her ex-boyfriend Brad (Adam Demos), which she will never get over and then her husband finds the journal.

  1. Masameer County: Season 2 (2/3/2023)

Masameer: The Movie (2020) is a Saudi Arabian production that started in 2021. But for some strange reason, the streaming service only lists the international episodes of the second season, so it is not possible to watch the first. at this time.

  1. Next in Fashion: Season 2 (3/3/2023)

After nearly three years of waiting, the second season of Netflix’s reality show Next in Fashion finally premiered on March 3, 2023, on the popular streaming platform. The new episode of the show brings together different designers to create visionary looks for everyone in this 10-part competition. Fashion designer Tan France and model Gigi Hadid, who replaces Alexa Chung, will follow designers from around the world as they compete for the chance to win $250,000 and showcase a collection at luxury fashion retailer Net-a-Porter.

Guest judges for season 2 of “Next in Fashion” include Donatella Versace, Isabel Marant, Balmain Olivier Rousteing, Jennifer Hyman, Bella Hadid, Hailey Bieber, Emma Chamberlain, Ashley Park, Helena Christensen, and Candice Swanepoel.

  1. Glory: Part 2 (10/3/2023)

One of the most awaited series for K-drama fans and even those who are just entering this world and finally got to see in premiere the continuation of the k-drama that captured everyone’s attention with its exciting first 8 episodes. Starring Song Hye Kyo along with Lee Do Hyun, the second part of “The glory” will mark the end of the story about the woman who seeks revenge against the people who destroyed her life due to bullying.

  1. Shadow and Bone: Season 2 (3/16/2023)

In the second season of the Netflix series “Shadow and Bone”, based on the best-selling “Grishaverse” novels by Leigh Bardugo, Alina is determined to stop the Shadowfold and save Ravka from destruction. But as some see her as a beacon of hope, others as a traitor and a danger. When Alina and Mal flee elsewhere to find evidence of another accelerator, Kaz, Inej, and Jesper return to Ketterdam, where they find trouble and a new ally, Nina, who offers her power in exchange for releasing the accelerator of love. her life.

General Kirigan, meanwhile, emerges from the shadows with a terrible new army of shadowy monsters chasing him everywhere, frees some grishas who agree to follow him and help him in his plans, and tries to find a cure for the evil that plagues him in season 2.

  1. Up to Heaven: The Series (3/17/2023)

It is the official sequel to the film of the same name directed by Daniel Calparsoro in 2020. In this context, the filmmaker once again went behind the scenes to design a 7-part series that maintains the frenetic pace of the film. brings a deeper layer to each of its characters.

  1. The Master and the Blue Music (3/17/2023)

It is a touching drama in which romance meets music. Now, after the success in Greece, it came to Netflix to attract thousands of viewers, as it did. It has also reached the point that fans are already expecting a second edition. But regardless of the worldwide success of The Master and the Blue Music thanks to its arrival on Netflix, the final decision will not be made from scratch. It should be noted that this production is not an original streaming giant, the company is only in charge of its distribution. Therefore, no new edition will be announced.

  1. The Kingdom: Season 2 (3/22/2023)

The rise of the far right, strategic alliances between more conservative evangelical groups and sectors of the military and security forces. The dominance of fake news, hate speech, and the disenfranchisement of minorities may even be a thing of the past. Worthy of a dystopia, but after the experiences of Donald Trump and Jair Bolsonaro or the current governments of Hungary, Poland and Italy, the future has arrived. And the rise of these former minority parties in almost every country (including Argentina) shows that this phenomenon is here to stay. A phenomenon often the result of dissatisfaction with the successive failures of liberal democracy and progressive sectors.

  1. I Am Georgina: Season 2 (3/24/2023)

Model Georgina Rodriguez caused a stir in January 2022. When we saw how the current girlfriend of soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo lives. The truth is that she caused a stir because of her many contrasts. The transition from a simple life that led her to luxury and her current work commitments are very different. But there is something about her that makes Georgina a woman of good character, and that may have won over the public. Now, a year later, we finally know when we can enjoy Soy Georgina 2. The sequel to the long-awaited Netflix reality show.

  1. Love is Blind: Season 4 (3/24/2023 – 3/31/2023)

Netflix’s most popular blind dating show, Love is Blind, returns for its fourth season. Here we will meet 30 singles searching for the love of their lives through the show’s various themes. There will be 12 episodes in which the fate of each contestant will be revealed. The show will continue to be hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey. Responsible for directing the recorded actions.

  1. Unstable (3/30/2023)

It is a comedy that follows Ellis Dragon, a successful, eccentric, narcissistic biotech entrepreneur. Ellis goes through a complex emotional crisis in her attempt to change the world. Her son Jackson, to whom she was not very close, tries to help her out of her depression. Meanwhile she tries to put her knowledge to work for the family business to keep it from going bankrupt.

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