TV and Movies·Posted on Mar 1, 202221 Of The Best New And Returning Shows Coming In MarchHappy Bridgerton Season 2 month to those who celebrate!by Lauren GarafanoBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Bridgerton, Season 2 Liam Daniel / NETFLIX Bridgerton is back, baby! Season 2 will be moving on from Daphne and Simon's love story to now focus on Anthony Bridgerton's happily ever after. Simone Ashley will join the ensemble as Kate Sharma, Anthony's new flame. This season has been adapted from Julia Quinn's novel and the second in the Bridgerton series, The Viscount Who Loved Me.When it returns: March 25 on NetflixWatch the teaser trailer here. 2. Moon Knight Disney+ Oscar Isaac joins the MCU as Steven Grant, aka Marc Spector, aka Moon Knight. When Steven becomes plagued with a sleep disorder where he cannot differentiate his dreams from his waking life, he learns that he actually has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with a mercenary named Marc Spector. As both Steven and Marc's enemies come to play, he must navigate his new identities, all after being thrust into a deadly mystery with the Egyptian god Khonshu. Starring: Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, May Calamawy, Gaspard Ulliel, Lucy Thackeray, F. Murray Abraham, and moreWhen it premieres: March 30 on Disney+Watch the trailer here. 3. The Girl from Plainville Steve Dietl / HULU Based on the groundbreaking criminal case, The Girl from Plainville explores the events that led up to Conrad Roy's death and his girlfriend Michelle Carter's involvement. Elle Fanning stars as Michelle, who was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter after encouraging Conrad to die by suicide. Starring: Elle Fanning, Chloë Sevigny, Colton Ryan, Cara Buono, Kai Lennox, Norbert Leo Butz, and moreWhen it premieres: March 29 on HuluWatch the teaser trailer here. 4. Human Resources Courtesy of Netflix Human Resources revolves around all the creatures made popular by Big Mouth. This series delves into the personal lives, workplace drama, and shenanigans that these creatures find themselves involved in. Classic characters like Maury the Hormone Monster and the Shame Wizard will appear, but new characters like Pete the Logic Rock and Petra the Ambition Gremlin will also join the Big Mouth universe. Basically, imagine the chaos of The Office, but as told by Nick Kroll. Starring: Nick Kroll, Maya Rudolph, Aidy Bryant, Randall Park, Keke Palmer, Rosie Perez, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Thandiwe Newton, David Thewlis, Bobby Cannavale, and moreWhen it premieres: March 18 on NetflixWatch the trailer here. 5. Upload, Season 2 Amazon Prime Video After Nathan's ex-girlfriend Ingrid unexpectedly lands in Lakeview, he struggles to adjust to his new afterlife with her. Meanwhile, his customer service angel Nora is back, and Nathan's feelings for her just keep getting more and more complicated once he finds out she has a (living) boyfriend. When it returns: March 11 on Amazon Prime VideoWatch the trailer here. 6. The Dropout Beth Dubber / HULU The Dropout follows the rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes and her company, Theranos. The series details this unbelievable tale of how ambition and fame can go so terribly wrong, and how the world's youngest self-made female billionaire lost it all so fast. Amanda Seyfried stars as the infamous Elizabeth Holmes. Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Naveen Andrews, William H. Macy, Dylan Minnette, Alan Ruck, Laurie Metcalf, Kate Burton, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Stephen Fry, and moreWhen it premieres: March 3 on HuluWatch the trailer here. 7. The Boys Presents: Diabolical Amazon Prime Video The Boys Presents: Diabolical is an animated anthology series that chronicles the lesser-known stories from The Boys universe. Already established fan favorites like Homelander and The Deep will be returning for the series, but we'll also get a taste of the comic book heroes that haven't yet found their way onto the small screen. Even if you're not a huge superhero fan at heart, this all-star cast is just even more of a reason to tune in. Starring: Antony Starr, Christian Slater, Chace Crawford, Giancarlo Esposito, Aisha Tyler, Awkwafina, Simon Pegg, Ben Schwartz, Seth Rogen, Chris Diamantopoulos, Kumail Nanjiani, Elisabeth Shue, Jason Isaacs, Andy Samberg, Kieran Culkin, Nasim Pedrad, Michael Cera, Don Cheadle, Xolo Maridueña, and moreWhen it premieres: March 4 on Amazon Prime VideoWatch the trailer here. 8. Pachinko Apple TV+ Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, Pachinko follows four generations of a Korean immigrant family along with their biggest hopes and dreams. The series begins with a tale of forbidden love and blooms into a story bigger than itself as characters journey between Korea, Japan, and America, and find themselves thrown into love, war, peace, triumph, and reckoning. Starring: Youn Yuh-jung, Lee Min-ho, Kim Minha, Jin Ha, Soji Arai, Kaho Minami, Anna Sawai, and moreWhen it premieres: March 25 on Apple TV+Watch the trailer here. 9. Outlander, Season 6 Starz After nearly two whole years since Season 5, Outlander will finally return with Season 6 this month. This time around, the series will continue to explore Jamie, Claire, Brianna, and Roger's new life on Fraser's Ridge in America. But while they strive to maintain peace and order, the US is hurtling toward a time of political upheaval and revolution. Season 6 is adapted from Diana Gabaldon's sixth novel, A Breath of Snow and Ashes.When it returns: March 6 on StarzWatch the trailer here. 10. Life & Beth Hulu Amy Schumer stars as Beth, a woman whose life seems perfect on paper until a sudden incident forces her to revisit her past and change her life forever. Throughout the series, viewers will get to see flashbacks of teenage Beth as she decides the person she wants to become, as well as present-day Beth taking control of her life again. Life and Beth is a trip down memory lane that explores trauma, comedy, and moving forward.Starring: Amy Schumer, Michael Cera, Violet Young, Yamaneika Saunders, Michael Rapaport, Grace Power, Susannah Flood, Laura Benanti, Kevin Kane, Lavar Walker, and moreWhen it premieres: March 18 on HuluWatch the trailer here. 11. Starstruck HBO / BBC In Season 2, Jessie comes to terms with her decision to stay in London and pursue a relationship with superstar Tom Kapoor. They both spiral for a little bit, and then begin to learn what dating each other would really look like. Russell Tovey will also join the cast as an annoying director who clashes with Tom in the worst way. Plus, we'll also get a glimpse into Tom's family life and how Jessie's shenanigans fit into it. When it returns: March 24 on HBO MaxWatch the trailer here. 12. Shining Vale Starz Shining Vale follows a dysfunctional family that moves from the city to a small town into a house where horrible things have taken place. However, no one seems to notice except for Pat (played by Courteney Cox), who’s also convinced she’s either depressed or possessed. Mira Sorvino plays Rosemary, who is basically Pat’s alter ego, a split personality, her “id," her muse, or a demon trying to possess her. Throughout the series, the rest of Pat's family will learn to deal with Pat's neuroses and will be pushed to their limits. Starring: Courteney Cox, Greg Kinnear, Sherilyn Fenn, Gus Birney, Dylan Gage, Mira Sorvino, Merrin Dungey, Judith Light, and moreWhen it premieres: March 6 on StarzWatch the trailer here. 13. WeCrashed Apple TV+ Based on actual events, Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto star as Rebekah and Adam Neumann, the creators of the company WeWork. This miniseries chronicles their astronomical rise to fame and success followed by WeWork's tragic plummet. It will also explore Rebekah and Adam's chaotic love story and narcissism that made it all happen in the first place. The show was adapted from the hit podcast WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork.Starring: Anne Hathaway, Jared Leto, America Ferrera, Kyle Marvin, O. T. Fagbenle, Theo Stockman, Robert Emmet Lunney, Anthony Edwards, and moreWhen it premieres: March 18 on Apple TV+Watch the trailer here. 14. Our Flag Means Death HBO Max Created by David Jenkins and Taika Waititi comes this series about Stede Bonnet, an aristocrat who abandons life to become a pirate. Understandably, it's not so easy for him to earn the respect of his crew. After coming face to face with the infamous Blackbeard and a gaggle of real pirates, Stede realizes he might be a little in over his head. Starring: Rhys Darby, Taika Waititi, Kristian Nairn, Nathan Foad, Samson Kayo, Rory Kinnear, Con O'Neill, Vico Ortiz, Ewen Bremner, David Fane, Joel Fry, Guz Khan, Matthew Maher, and moreWhen it premieres: March 3 on HBO MaxWatch the trailer here. 15. Atlanta, Season 3 FX After almost a three-year hiatus, the crew is taken out of Atlanta in the midst of a super successful European tour. As Earn, Alfred/Paper Boi, Darius, and Van take on life outside the US, they struggle to adjust to the newfound fame and success they'd always hoped for. According to Donald Glover, this is "going to be some of the best television ever made." When it returns: March 24 on FXWatch the teaser trailer here. 16. Good Trouble, Season 4 Freeform After leaving off with a chaotic Season 3 finale, Good Trouble already has some massive changes in store for our favorite characters. In Season 4, we can expect to finally learn the verdict of Kathleen and Callie's case, and just where Callie's career in law will go from there. Also after Evan's betrayal, Mariana will learn how to love him while still remaining loyal to her friends, and the people who've been there for her since day one. We can also expect to see a little more from Gael and Isabella as they prepare to co-parent their child, and how the Davia-Dennis-Matt love triangle comes to an end. When it returns: March 9 on FreeformWatch the teaser trailer here. 17. Winning Time HBO Created by Max Borenstein and Jim Hecht, Winning Time interweaves the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers — one of basketball’s most revered and dominant dynasties. As a team that defined an era, both on and off the court, viewers will get to see just how they did it, and the not-so-magical things that happened off the courts. Starring: John C. Reilly, Quincy Isaiah, Jason Clarke, Adrien Brody, Gaby Hoffmann, Tracy Letts, Jason Segel, Julianne Nicholson, Hadley Robinson, DeVaughn Nixon, Solomon Hughes, Tamera Tomakili, Brett Cullen, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Spencer Garrett, Sarah Ramos, Molly Gordon, Joey Brooks, Delante Desouza, Jimel Atkins, Austin Aaron, Jon Young, Rob Morgan, Sally Field, and moreWhen it premieres: March 6 on HBO MaxWatch the trailer here. 18. Halo Paramount+ Based on the video game of the same name, Halo follows Master Chief, a member of the Spartan super-soldiers who are genetically engineered for warfare. Season 1 will chronicle an epic 26th-century conflict between humanity and an alien threat also known as the Covenant. Executive producer Kiki Wolfkill shared that the series will be a "non-canon standalone story" that draws inspiration from the game, and will not be considered a continuation, adaptation, or prequel of any kind. Starring: Pablo Schreiber, Natascha McElhone, Yerin Ha, Charlie Murphy, Jen Taylor, Shabana Azmi, Bokeem Woodbine, Kate Kennedy, Natasha Culzac, Bentley Calu, and moreWhen it premieres: March 24 on Paramount+Watch the trailer here. 19. Star Trek: Picard, Season 2 Paramount+ Two years after Season 1's debut, Season 2 reveals that Picard and the crew of La Sirena have been thrown into an alternate universe timeline. In an effort to restore the timeline and make things right again, the crew must take a quantum leap back in time. Whoopi Goldberg and John de Lancie will also join the cast as their Star Trek: The Next Generation characters Guinan and Q. When it returns: March 3 on Paramount+Watch the trailer here. 20. The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey Apple TV+ Just as Ptolemy falls deeper into his lonely dementia, his life changes once he's given the opportunity to briefly regain his memories. In an effort to make things right, he uses this precious and fleeting lucidity to solve his nephew's death and come to terms with his past. The novel of the same name written by Walter Mosley serves as the source material for this miniseries. Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Dominique Fishback, Walton Goggins, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Damon Gupton, Cynthia Kaye McWilliams, Omar Benson Miller, and moreWhen it premieres: March 11 on Apple TV+Watch the trailer here. 21. And Joe Vs. Carole Peacock / Mark Taylor Based on the second season of Wondery's Over My Dead Body podcast, Joe vs. Carole chronicles Joe Exotic's criminal case, where he was charged with murder-for-hire. After Carole Baskin learns that fellow exotic animal lover Joe "Exotic" Schreibvogel is breeding and using his big cats for profit, she sets out to shut down his venture, beginning a quickly escalating rivalry. However, Joe will stop at nothing to expose what he sees as Carole's hypocrisy. Several of the real-life people featured in Netflix's Tiger King will also have counterparts in this series. Starring: John Cameron Mitchell, Kate McKinnon, Kyle MacLachlan, Dean Winters, Brian Van Holt, William Fichtner, Nat Wolff, Sam Keeley, Lex Mayson, Joel Marsh Garland, Marlo Kelly, Aliandra Calabrese, and moreWhen it premieres: March 3 on PeacockWatch the trailer here.