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  • Bella Jabbour & Lexi Schwartz

What’s Streaming This March?

The Dropout

Filmed as a podcast-inspired retelling, The Dropout, explores the story of shady CEO Elizabeth Holmes, ​​a bizarre, almost inhuman figure of her own invention, and her doomed company Theranos. Already available on Hulu, the movie lets extraordinary events speak for themselves as it uncovers the hidden truths of what was going on in Holmes’ brain.

The Girl from Plainville

Inspired by the real case surrounding the death of Conrad Roy, an 18-year-old boy, The Girl from Plainville explores the “texting-suicide” of 17-year-old Michelle Carter. The show includes events leading up to his death, Michelle’s involvement with Conrad, their relationship, and the sentence for involuntary manslaughter is shown through the show. The Girl from Plainville will be available on Hulu on March 29, 2022.

Inventing Anna

Inventing Anna is another story about a sensational scammer based on true events. This Netflix series tells the story of fraudster Anna Sorokin, who posed as a wealthy German heiress named Anna Delvey while living in New York City. As Anna paraded as a heiress, she infiltrated the inner circle of the city's biggest socialites and scammed countless people, hotels, and banks, often using invalid credit cards or fake bank statements.

Ginny and Georgia, Season 2

Following a dramatic and intense season 1 finale, season 2 of Ginny and Georgia is predicted to air on Netflix at the end of the month. Will the relationships and friendships that were built throughout the first season completely break apart? Or, will Georgia reform herself and stick with the people who care about her?

Good Girls, Season 4

The final season of the comedy Good Girls, streaming on Netflix, continues the adventures of a group of three suburban moms in Michigan who orchestrated a heist as they struggled to put food on the table and pay their families’ bills.

Bridgerton, Season 2

Premiering March 25, 2022, the royal story of matchmaking in England continues without the appearance of the Duke of Hastings, Regé-Jean Page. Season 2 will focus on Anthony Bridgerton and his forbidden love with Kate Sharma. Filled with unexpected twists and mouth-dropping proclamations, the proclaimed Bridgerton will be back on Netflix for more royalty and love.

Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy

This Netflix three-part documentary spotlights how the lives of an emerging superstar and a filmmaker intertwine through the beginning of Kanye West's career. This intimate series was filmed over two decades and pays homage to the at once loved and hated musician.

Olivia Rodrigo: Driving home 2 u

We witness singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo’s journey from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles, along with her memories and feelings towards her recent, record-breaking album, Sour, in this program. Disney+ offers this chance to learn more about the Grammy winning artist while using her “drivers license” album as background music.

West Side Story

The musical of modern-day Romeo and Juliet involves two New York street gangs rivalving each other for control of the streets of the Upper West Side. The situation becomes complicated when one gang member, Tony, falls in love with their rival’s sister, Maria.

Moon Knight

Moon Knight, the TV mini-series premiering on March 30, 2022, includes a former Marine from the U.S. who is granted the powers of an Egyptian moon god after dealing with DID, or Dissociative Identity Disorder. Marc Spector has to learn that his given powers are both a blessing and a curse. As the new recruit to the MCU, Moon Knight will reach Disney+ with six gripping episodes.

Turning Red

Mei Lee is a dorky 13-year-old torn between obeying her protective, if not slightly overbearing, mother and embracing the chaos of adolescence. And whenever she gets too excited, she "poofs" into a giant red panda.

Cheaper by the Dozen

The popular story with remake movies made in 1950 and 2003 has received yet another remake that is coming to Disney+. The Baker family navigates life with a family of twelve and a family business. Contrary to the previous renditions of it, this movie includes a diverse cast, something eye-opening and refreshing for audiences to view.


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