Many have fallen out of love with Now TV in recent times. Not only is the streaming service more expensive than the others (if you subscribe to more than one package) but they are now showing fewer movies than they used to!
Oh, and to top it all off, they now show adverts, despite making money from their subscribers. Annoying, right?
If you are still prepared to pay for this streaming service (hint: if you cancel, they sometimes offer you a discount), here are the titles that are coming in March.
March Highlights (scroll down for a full list)
Somebody Somewhere: Season 1 (2022) – March 1st
Comedian and singer Bridget Everett stars in this partly autobiographical tale of a woman trying to fit into her Kansas hometown. She eventually finds her true identity when she falls in with a group of outsiders.
Joe vs Carole (2022) – March 4th
It’s Joe Exotic vs Carole Baskin in this scripted limited series starring John Cameron Mitchell and Kate McKinnon as the sworn enemies who resort to more than cat-calling. You will already know the outcome but the two stars and the juicy material make it worth watching.
Old (2021) – March 4th
There was a time when the career of M. Night Shyamalan was unbreakable. But in recent years, it seems he has failed to use his sixth sense as his directorial choices have largely been second-rate. The same is true here.
Despite the bonkers premise – people age rapidly after visiting a secluded beach – it doesn’t provide the chills or the entertainment that his earlier films did. Still, the film has split audiences down the middle as there are those that have a better opinion of it.
The World to Come (2020) – March 6th
Two neighbouring couples face hardship and romantic discord in this acclaimed drama set in the American Northeast sometime during the mid-19th century. Katherine Waterston, Christopher Abbot, Vanessa Kirby, and Casey Affleck star.
Mother Teresa: For the Love of God? (2022) – March 9th
The world needs more modern-day saints so perhaps this documentary on the famous missionary will encourage others to follow her example.
The Rising: Season 1 (2022) – March 11th
When Neve Kelly discovers she is dead, she sets out to solve the truth about her murder. Will she find the person who killed her? Probably, but you can expect twists and turns as she ‘rises’ from the great beyond to get justice.
Fast & Furious 9 (2021) – March 11th
Fans of the franchise will be eager to put pedal to the metal to see this latest installment but those who have grown tired of the high-speed adventures of Dom and his crew will be less than keen to tune in. Another sequel is expected next year.
Malignant (2021) – March 12th
James Wan returned to the horror genre after his stint within the DC Universe and while this film was a box office flop, it has picked up a few fans along the way. Annabelle Wallis stars as Madison, a woman whose nightmares become waking realities when a mysterious bogeyman carries out a string of grisly murders.
North Hollywood (2022) – March 13th
A teenager must choose between his skateboarding dreams and the opinions of his father who doesn’t share his passions. It’s a familiar setup but with a good cast, including Ryder McLaughlin (Mid90s) as the kid and Vince Vaughan as his dad, this might be worth a watch.
Reminiscence (2021) – March 18th
Hugh Jackman stars as a private investigator in this dark sci-fi thriller set in the distant future. He helps his clients recapture lost or distant memories but ends up in a personal conflict with one of the people that uses his particular set of skills. Is this film worth remembering? You’ll have to watch it to find out!
Raised By Wolves: Season 2 (2022) – March 23rd
I was excited to see the first season of Ridley Scott’s epic sci-fi series but by its end, I was more than a little underwhelmed. Still, with a change of setting for this next installment, I am intrigued to see how Mother, Father, and their six children manage to survive away from the desert landscapes of the opening chapter.
People Just Do Nothing: Big in Japan (2021) – March 26th
A big-screen spin-off of the popular BBC comedy series about four lads who run a pirate radio station. The film expands their misadventures by taking them to Japan as they search for stardom. Fans of the show will want to tune in but if you’re not a convert yet, you might want to check out the TV series first.
Don’t Breathe 2 (2021) – March 27th
The first film was incredibly suspenseful but don’t hold your breath waiting for something as good, as this half-baked sequel squanders the character of Norman, the blind veteran who seeks revenge on anybody who messes with his home.
Other Titles Coming to Now TV this March
Murdered at First Sight (2022)
Death On the Beach (2022)
The Dig Detectives (2022)
Bloods: Season 2 (2022)
Funeral For a Dog: Season 1 (2022)
Super Greed: The Fight for Football (2022)
From March 27th
Premier League (Stream Live)
FA Women’s Super League (Stream Live)
Anyone Can Sing: Season 1 (2022)