New on Sky Cinema and NOW in March 2022: The new movies and TV shows to stream
Sky Cinema and Now have announced everything new coming to in March.
It feels like a long time since the travails of Joe Exotic were the most talked about topic in the world. Almost two years later, the first of several projects aiming to cash in on the story has arrived, with filmmaker John Cameron Mitchell and comedy star Kate McKinnon playing nemeses Exotic and Carole Baskin in the new series JOE vs CAROLE.
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Elsewhere on Sky UK and NOW this month, there's yet another Liam Neeson action outing and the return of the comedy series Bloods, as well as documentaries about opera singing, Mother Teresa and the ill-fated football initiative known as the European Super League.
Of course, NOW offers the chance to purchase one of its bespoke memberships, reflecting the sort of stuff you want to watch. For movie lovers, there's the NOW Cinema Membership, while telly junkies can buy the NOW Entertainment Membership and sports fans have the NOW Sports Membership available.
Here's everything new coming to Sky and NOW in March...
New movies on Sky Cinema and NOW in March 2022
Pil's Adventures (5 March)
This French animation follows an orphan living on the streets with her three tame weasels. When the heir to the throne is turned into a half-chicken, half-cat by the evil regent who is currently in charge, Pil goes in search of the antidote, joining forces with a guard and a court jester. It's a charming animated tale that has even drawn comparisons to Shrek.
North Hollywood (13 March)
Ryder McLaughlin leads the cast of this coming-of-age tale as Michael — an aspiring skateboarder on the verge of making big decisions about his future after he graduates from high school. Michael wants to take his hobby into the professional realm, but his traditional father (Vince Vaughn) doesn't think it's a viable career option. While Michael builds bonds with pro skaters and tries to make his dream a reality, this causes friction with his dad.
Blacklight (25 March)
It's a Liam Neeson action movie. We know the formula by now. This time around, he plays a shadowy government agent named Travis Block, whose job is to work as a fixer for agents whose covers have been blown. He soon finds himself at the heart of a dangerous government conspiracy — because of course he does. Mark Williams, who previously directed Liam Neeson in Honest Thief, is behind the camera.
New TV on Sky and NOW in March 2022
Somebody Somewhere (1 March)
The life of comedian and singer Bridget Everett provides the inspiration for this comedy-drama series, in which Everett stars as Sam — a woman suffering a mid-life crisis in the midst of grief and struggling to fit in with the small Kansas town where she lives. Her fortunes change when she discovers singing and a group of outsiders who could help her nurture her talents.
Murdered at First Sight (2 March)
It's common knowledge that most victims of murder are killed by people they know, but what happens when the choice of victim is more random? Each episode of this new true crime series delves into a case of murder committed by a stranger.
Death on the Beach (3 March)
23-year-old backpacker Chrissie Annesley was found dead in her beach hut on the Thai island of Koh Tao in 2015. She is one of several young travellers to have died on the island — two students were found dead in 2014 — sparking this documentary, which explores whether there might be a connection between the deaths.
JOE vs CAROLE (4 March)
Kate McKinnon plays animal rights activist Carole Baskin in this series, which follows her rivalry with Joe "Tiger King" Exotic — portrayed by filmmaker John Cameron Mitchell. It picks up as Baskin learns that Exotic is breeding big cats for profit at his zoo in Oklahoma and depicts her moral crusade to get his operation shut down, as well as his fierce response to her activities.
The Dig Detectives (4 March)
Made for Sky Kids, this series follows teams of archaeologists as they dig beneath the ground in order to uncover remnants of Britain's rich history.
Mother Teresa: For the Love of God? (8 March)
This three-part documentary special takes on the life, achievements and controversies of probably the world's most famous Catholic nun and missionary. Mother Teresa was canonised in 2016 and this doc tells the story of her status as a latter-day saint.
Bloods S2 (16 March)
Jane Horrocks and Samson Kayo return as the unlikely paramedic partners in the second series of this emergency services sitcom. They are joined by supporting cast members including Lucy Punch and The Mighty Boosh's Julian Barratt. Katherine Kelly joins the ensemble this time around and Nathan Foad also appears as Spencer — the irritating son of Horrocks' character.
Funeral for a Dog (17 March)
Based on the German-language novel of the same name by Thomas Pletzinger, this series sees a journalist travel to Italy for an interview with a famous writer. He is fascinated by a globe-trotting story of missing partners which spans multiple countries and decades.
DC's Legends of Tomorrow S7 (22 March)
After saving the planet from an alien invasion, the Legends are trapped in Odessa, Texas in 1925. The subsequent time-bending story sees them seek out the forefather of time travel in an attempt to take on their new enemy.
The Flash S8 (22 March)
As the movie arm of Warner Bros continues to work on the upcoming Flash movie — in which Michael Keaton will return as Batman and Flashpoint is on the cards — the long-running TV series from The CW continues. This latest season sees Barry Allen and his friends taking on a new alien threat, which has arrived on Earth in strange circumstances.
Raised By Wolves S2 (23 March)
Executive produced by Ridley Scott, this sci-fi series returns for a second run this month. Amanda Collin and Abubakar Salim play androids who have been tasked with raising human children on a distant world far from Earth.
Super Greed: The Fight for Football (26 March)
With football beginning to pick up the pieces after the pandemic stopped games and closed stadiums to fans, 12 of the world's most famous clubs made an unthinkable decision in April 2021. On a weekend evening, they announced bizarre plans to break away and form a closed-shop European Super League. This doc follows the inside story of those involved in the plot and its dramatic downfall.
Anyone Can Sing (30 March)
In the space of just three months, six budding singers are taught how to sing like the best operatic performers with the help of top vocal coaches from the English National Opera. The likes of Katherine Jenkins pop in to set challenges as the half-dozen performers seek to take their singing to the next level and prepare for performance.
Other movies and TV on Sky Cinema and NOW in March 2022
The World to Come (2020)
Fast & Furious 9 (2021)
Watch: Trailer for Fast & Furious 9
Our Ladies (2019)
People Just Do Nothing: Big in Japan (2021)
Don't Breathe 2 (2021)
Watch: Trailer for Don't Breathe 2