Best Shows To Watch On Netflix Right Now – March 2022

Not sure what to watch next on Netflix? Here’s a handy guide.

From award-winning original series to all-time classics, here are the best shows you can stream on the platform in March 2022.”Ozark”Jackson Davis/Netflix

“Ozark,” an Emmy Award-winning series starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, follows a couple who moves to Missouri to launch a money laundering scheme. The series returned for its fourth season January 21. 

“Bateman’s commanding performance powers a gripping, twisty, sometimes spotty yarn that plays like ‘Breaking Bad’ in reverse,” says to Jeff Jensen of Entertainment Weekly. “Murderville”DARREN MICHAELS/NETFLIX

Will Arnett stars in this improvised procedural crime comedy. Every episode features a celebrity guest who teams with Arnett to solve a murder. 

The first season celebrity guests are Conan O’Brien, Marshawn Lynch, Kumail Nanjiani, Annie Murphy, Sharon Stone and Ken Jeong.”Cobra Kai”Guy D’Alema

Fans rejoiced when Netflix acquired this streaming series sequel to “The Karate Kid.” Netflix released the fourth season December 31.

Set 34 years after the fight between Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence, the story follows Lawrence as he reopens the Cobra Kai dojo. 

“‘Cobra Kai’ doesn’t live in the past; instead it hits viewers with bursts of nostalgia endorphins, leaving us giddy and defenseless against the next emotional wallop,” wrote Kristen Baldwin in her review for Entertainment Weekly. “The Witcher”Katalin Vermes

“The Witcher” is a fantasy series based on books and video games of the same name. 

It stars Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, a magically enhanced monster-hunter. The second season premiered December 17.”Arcane”Netflix

“Arcane” is an animated science fantasy adventure show that tells the origin story of two of the playable champions from the popular video game “League of Legends.”

Hailee Steinfeld leads the ensemble voice acting cast that has received critical acclaim. As of January 4, the series has a perfect 100% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes and a 97% audience score from more than 500 reviews. 

In her review for Paste, Tara Bennett noted you did not need to be a fan of the video game to enjoy the series, writing: “Even if you have no interest in picking up any kind of gaming console, do yourself a favor and give Arcane a try. It has more mature storytelling and emotional resonance than many live-action shows do right now.””Squid Game”Netflix

“Squid Game” is a survival horror show that tells the story of 456 people who play a series of deadly children’s games in order to escape deep financial debt. 

The series became a phenomenon in October 2021, rising to become the most-watched Netflix series of all time. 

In a review for USA Today, Kelly Lawler wrote: “What makes it so well-suited for binge-watching is how well [director Hwang Dong-hyuk] uses pacing and cliffhangers to make the series absurdly addictive.””Formula 1: Drive to Survive”Netflix

Formula One racing has surged in popularity among Americans, thanks to this docuseries that chronicles the quest for the Formula One World Championship. Season 4, which documents the intense and controversial battle between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton for the 2021 crown, begins streaming March 11.  

“Trust me, watch it. You won’t regret it,” wrote Paul Tassi in his review for Forbes. “Maid”RICARDO HUBBS/NETFLIX

“Maid” is a new miniseries starring Margaret Qualley (“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”) based on Stephanie Land’s memoir, “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive.” It tells the story of a single mother fighting to provide for her child by cleaning houses. 

The series, which premieres on October 1, has already received rave reviews. Judy Berman from Time called it a “poignant, layered and persuasive drama,” and said its “greatest strength is its multidimensional characters.””Bridgerton”LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX

One of Netflix’s hottest shows is this steamy period romance about the siblings of the high-society Bridgerton family looking for love in Regency-era London. The show is produced by Shonda Rhimes (“Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal.”)

“It’s an unqualified triumph. … ‘Bridgerton’ is Jane Austen meets ‘Scandal’ meets ‘Gossip Girl’ meets ‘The Favourite,’ resulting in a wonderfully anachronistic mashup with gorgeous visuals, high-end production values and suitably larger-than-life performances by the talented cast,” raved Richard Roeper in his review for the Chicago Sun-Times.”Cheer”Netflix

“Cheer” is a docuseries that follows Monica Aldama as she coaches the Navarro College Bulldogs Cheer Team toward a national championship.

The series holds a 97% approval rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. Netflix has the second season scheduled to release January 8. “Sex Education”Sam Taylor/Netflix

“Sex Education” is a British ensemble comedy-drama that follows teens navigating the world of sexual intimacy. 

The first three seasons were released to universal acclaim, with the most recent receiving a 100% approval rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. The show has already been renewed for a fourth season. “Seinfeld”Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

TV Guide’s best show of all time is finally on Netflix. The sitcom created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David began streaming on October 1.

All 180 episodes, from classics like “The Soup Nazi” and “The Contest” to the controversial finale, are available to watch.”The Great British Baking Show”BBC Studios/Netflix

Amateur bakers compete to impress celebrity chefs. The fourth season of “The Great British Baking Show: Holidays” premiered on Netflix on December 3. 

In 2020, it entered the top 10 most-streamed shows in America, according to Nielsen ratings. “Money Heist”TAMARA ARRANZ/NETFLIX

This pulse-pounding Spanish thriller became the most-watched non-English series of all time in 2020. It follows a nine-person team executing two complex heists.

Each of the first three seasons received a perfect 100% critics score on Rotten Tomatoes. The second part of the fifth and final season was released December 3. “Saturday Morning All Star Hits!Netflix

“Saturday Night Live” cast member Kyle Mooney created and stars in this show that parodies Saturday-morning cartoons from the 1980s and 1990s. Paul Rudd, Emma Stone and Fred Armisen lend their voices to the first season. 

In his review for RogerEbert.com, Nick Allen wrote: “The cheesiness of the era amps everything up, all so that the awkward, devastating moments of silence can be extremely funny. Time and time again, ‘SMASH’ made me laugh out loud— hard— and [made me] amazed that this show actually exists.””Queer Eye”Carin Baer/Netflix

“Queer Eye” is a reboot of a reality show in which five gay men offer tutorials in fashion, culture, nutrition and personal style. The sixth season premiered December 31, 2021. 

In his review for TVLine, Andy Swift praised the show for featuring “genuine connection between people from starkly different walks of life who might otherwise never cross paths.””Lupin”Emmanuel Guimier

Omar Sy stars in this French mystery thriller about a master thief who seeks to steal back the necklace his father was falsely accused of stealing.

“The series also doesn’t waste a single minute, packing each and every moment full of suspense. Put all of that together, and it’s an early frontrunner to steal a spot as one of the best shows of the year,” according to Karen Han of Slate. “The Chair”ELIZA MORSE/NETFLIX

Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh is the first woman of color to chair the struggling English department at a major university in “The Chair.”

“It’s richly observed, wittily scripted, brilliantly cast and subtly acted,” wrote Time’s Judy Berman.”Big Mouth”Courtesy of Netflix

“Big Mouth” is a critically acclaimed animated comedy starring Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Jessi Klein, Jason Mantzoukas, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph and Jordan Peele. It centers around awkward teens grappling with puberty.

The first season earned a perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes out of 23 critic reviews. So far, five seasons have been released, with the most recent season being released November 5.”The Crown”Des Willie/Netflix

“The Crown” is a historical drama about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Over four seasons, it has recounted major events from 1947 to the early 1990s. The show has been nominated for 63 Emmy Awards so far. 

“‘The Crown’ remains, by far, the best soap opera on television,” wrote critic Anita Singh in her review of the third season for The Telegraph. “Sweet Tooth”KIRSTY GRIFFIN/NETFLIX

“Sweet Tooth” is a fantasy drama based on the comic book of the same name. It follows a hybrid human-deer boy who ventures out in a post-apocalyptic world. 

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