Apple TV+ has been pushing out some quality content that often goes under the radar or at least hasn’t been getting enough hype from the streaming audiences as some of its competitors have. The concurrent roster of shows and movies Apple TV+ boasts of right now is an outstanding bunch of eclectic and premium content. Keeping with that trend and consistency, the Apple TV+ March 2022 releases are full of quality binge-worthy content as well as touching, inspiring, and thrilling stand-alone works.
From Samuel L. Jackson’s tale of dementia and remembering the past to Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway’s story of a startup disaster — the roster is replete with films and TV shows that are worth your watch. Furthermore, the March offerings also have some wholesome kids content in season 2 of The Snoopy Show. However, that’s not the end of it. Let’s delve into all that’s arriving on Apple TV+ in March of 2022. This article contains spoilers for several TV shows and movies. Tread carefully!
The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey — Apple TV+ March 2022 Releases
Starring Samuel L. Jackson, The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey is a drama miniseries arriving on Apple TV+ on March 11. Jackson plays a lonely 93-year-old man who’s on the brink of sinking into dementia. However, when finds an opportunity to briefly regain his memories, he uses it to dig into his past and solve the mystery behind his nephew’s death.
The miniseries also stars Dominique Fishback, who plays Robyn, while Maury Ginsberg as Moishe Abromovitz. Walton Goggins stars as Dr. Rubin, Marsha Stephanie Blake as Niecie, and Damon Gupton as Coydog. Cynthia McWilliams stars as Sensia, Omar Benson Miller stars as Reggie Lloyd and JoAnn Willette as Judge Alison McCarty.
Dear… Season 2
The sophomore season of the inspiring docuseries Dear… arrived on March 4. The docuseries is about the letters written by those whose lives have been changed by the work of iconic trailblazers. Each episode profiles acclaimed leaders including Oprah Winfrey, Spike Lee, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Stevie Wonder, Jane Goodall, Viola Davis, and Big Bird, among others.
The writers of these letters are people who got the inspiration to become a college president, to bring systemic change, to run for elected office, and to do inspiring works themselves. Season 2 is set to feature Billy Porter, Malala Yousafzai, Laird Hamilton, Viola Davis, Jane Fonda, Ava DuVernay, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, André Leon Talley, and Sandra Oh.
The Problem With Jon Stewart — Apple TV+ March 2022 Releases
After a hiatus, the current affairs TV series resumes on March 3. Jon Stewart returns to continue his episodic talks on different topics. Episode 5 premiered on the streaming platform on March 3, with the sixth one set to arrive on March 10. Climate change is the topic Jon takes on next on the show, delving into the ways people can combat it. The official synopsis for the show reads, “It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the world’s problems; it’s harder to pinpoint what’s responsible for creating them; Jon Stewart brings together people impacted by different parts of a problem to discuss how people can drive change.”
Starring Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto, WeCrashed is the upcoming streaming show adaptation of the eponymous podcast. WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork is a podcast by Wondery that delved into the titular startup’s story. The official synopsis reads, “WeCrashed will follow the greed-filled rise and inevitable fall of WeWork, one of the world’s most valuable startups, and the narcissists whose chaotic love made it all possible.”
Jared Leto stars as the co-founder of WeWork, Adam Neumann. Anne Hathaway stars as Rebekah Neumann, Kyle Marvin as Miguel McKelvey, and America Ferrera as Elishia Kennedy. The show also stars O.T. Fagbenle, Theo Stockman, Anthony Edwards, Steven Boyer, Cricket Brown, and Robert Emmet. WeCrashed is one of the most anticipated offerings from the Apple TV+ March 2022 batch.
The Snoopy Show — AppleTV+ March 2022 Releases
Season 2 of the animated series is one of the more light and fun additions to the Apple TV+ March 2022 catalog. Terry McGurrin stars as Snoopy and Robert Tinkler voices Woodstock. The voice cast also includes Ethan Pugiotto, Tyler Nathan, Isabella Leo, and Lilly Bartlam. It also includes Hattie Kragten, Wyatt White, Kingsley Marshall, Milo Toriel-McGibbon, Keegan Hedley, Greg Cipes, Charlie Schlatter, Katie Griffin, and Cory Doran, among others.
Pachinko is a live-action adaptation of the New York Times bestseller. The poignant story chronicles the hopes and dreams of a Korean immigrant family across four generations. We follow them as they leave their homeland in an indomitable quest to survive and thrive. Youn Yuh-Jung stars as the lead Sunja. Lee Min-ho stars as Koh Hansu, Jin Ha as Solomon Baek, and Anna Sawai as Naomi.
The cast also includes Soji Arai, who stars as Baek Mozasu, Kaho Minami as Etsuko, and Steve Sanghyun Noh as Baek Isak. The series arrives on the platform on March 25, 2022. The subject matter and source of the series make it one of the most anticipated projects in the Apple TV+ March 2022 roster.