Why should you leave your ass on the couch this month? Many things.
Westworld S3 (Foxtel Now, March 16): HBO’s ambitious and twisted science fiction returns after a 16-month break and we can’t wait to unravel more of its mysteries. The robots have escaped the dystopian funpark and are now in the “real world.” With revenge in her mind, Dolores has plans for humans and has the conscience of five hosts smuggled into pearls to help her achieve them. Aaron Paul joins the cast.
Amazing stories (Apple TV +, March 6): Steven Spielberg’s 1985 television show is renewed for the era of streaming with a new set of five stories in this Apple TV + anthology series. Spielberg returns as producer with Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz (Once Upon a time) with episodes of Edward Burns, Kerry Bishe, Josh Holloway and Dylan O’Brien.
Ugly Delicious S2 (Netflix, March 6): Chef David Chang returns for more culinary adventures in the second season of Ugly Delicious, a docuseries exploring the world through our taste buds. This season will feature guests such as Padma Lakshmi, Aziz Ansari and Nick Kroll.
Black Monday S2 (Stan, March 15): This black comedy takes place around a fictional team of second-level merchants during the 1987 Wall St accident starring Don Cheadle, Andrew Rannells, Regina Hall and Paul Scheer. The outfits are scandalous and greed is definitely present, if not that good.
His smell (SBS On Demand, March 1): Directed by independent filmmaker Alex Ross Perry, His smell introduces Elisabeth Moss as a rock star whose self-destructive behavior breaks her band just when the group first proves fame. Moss, as always, becomes an incredibly magnetic performance.
Argument against America (Foxtel Now, March 17): Adapted from Philip Roth’s book by The wire creators David Simon and Ed Burns, this HBO miniseries follows an alternative history of the USA. UU. where Charles Lindberg, pioneer of the aviator and well-known xenophobe, ascends in the political ranks and converts to the USA. UU. in fascism. It stars Winona Ryder, Zoe Kazan, Morgan Spector and John Turturro.
Ozark S3 (Netflix, March 27): Netflix’s favorite forests, the family of drug dealers with a penchant for poor life choices are back for their third season, fresh out of their Emmy victories for Jason Bateman and Julia Garner.
Making the cut (Amazon Prime, March 27): If you’ve missed the collaboration on screen of Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, you can breathe easy because the fashion couple will debut in their new reality series, Making the cut, this month. It claims to be the first global shopping series in which the winning sartorial aspect will be available to buy on Amazon, now that is the synergy.
My brilliant friend s (Foxtel Now, March 17): This exuberant and evocative drama of Italian prestige adapted from the Neapolitan Novels of Elena Ferrante returns for a long-awaited second season, based on the second book in the series. Track the story of two friends in Italy after World War II as they face the challenges of change and expectations.
God help the girl (SBS On Demand, March 13): The musical film by Stuart Murdoch, leader of Belle and Sebastian, is a lovely story about a girl fighting anorexia, who meets two new friends when she travels to Glasgow to start her musical career. Starring the Australian Emily Browning, game of ThronesHannah Murray and Olly Alexander, the film has the same peculiar and warm atmosphere as Murdoch’s music.
Deadwater Fell S1 (Foxtel Now, March 12): Starring David Tennant and The good fightCush Jumbo, this series of detectives begins when a fire consumes the Scottish house of a family of five, which was later discovered to have been drugged. Only the father, played by Tennant, survives.
The Nightingale (Amazon Prime, March 26): The filmmaker Jennifer Kent The Nightingale cleared at the AACTA Awards last year, a brutal story about an Irish convicted woman seeking revenge against a British officer for the atrocities committed against her family. It is a chilling reminder of Australia’s ugly colonial history.
The Lion King (Disney +, March 6): This great and complete CGI live action remake of The Lion King It is a mixed bag. While the main feline characters don’t get excited (because, you know, cats don’t) and Beyonce’s new song is mediocre at best, The Lion King It has some truly stunning visual effects and excellent interpretations of comic voices by Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner, and just for those two things, it’s worth checking out.