Everything Coming to Amazon Prime Video in March 2022 from Lizzo's Dancer Search to 'Lucy and Desi'
By Danica Creahan
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It’s March, and Prime Video is headed into the month with tons of exciting content, including new episodes of The Marvelous Mrs. Maiseldropping weekly, plus a spinoff of another one of the streamer’s hit shows, The Boys. The platform also has plenty of movies and TV shows, new and old alike, arriving on the platform this month.
Fans of Prime Video’s gritty superhero series will be thrilled to know that the streaming giant has a new animated spinoff coming to the platform this month: The Boys Presents: Diabolical.
Amy Poehler is once again stepping into the role of director for a new documentary exploring one of Hollywood's most iconic couples: Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls brings together 10 contenders competing for a chance to share the stage with Lizzo on her upcoming world tour. And the long-awaited second season of the sci-fi dramedy Upload is finally here.
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The Boys Presents: Diabolical explores eight complex, emotional and unhinged stories that expand on the universe of The Boys. The animated series boasts a behemoth cast of familiar voices from stars including Awkwafina, Michael Cera, Don Cheadle, Chace Crawford, Kieran Culkin, Giancarlo Esposito, Eliot Glazer, Jason Isaacs, Kumail Nanjiani, Justin Roiland, Seth Rogen, Andy Samberg, Ben Schwartz, Elisabeth Shue, Christian Slater, Kevin Smith, Antony Starr, Nasim Pedrad, Simon Pegg, Kenan Thompson and more. Season 3 of The Boys isn’t set to premiere until summer 2022, but fans can revisit their gritty yet beloved world when The Boys Presents: Diabolical premieres on March 4.
If Prime Video’s Being the Ricardos wasn’t enough of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz for you, there’s a new documentary about the iconic comedy couple coming your way. Directed by fellow comedy giant Amy Poehler, Lucy and Desi explores the rise of Ball’s career, her famous romance with her partner in both life and show business and the success of the pair’s game-changing sitcom, I Love Lucy. Poehler pairs interviews with stars such as Carol Burnett and Bette Midler, plus the titular couple’s daughter, Lucie Arnaz, with familiar snippets of I Love Lucy, behind-the-scenes footage, old interviews and home movies to craft this moving tribute to the very loved Lucy (and Desi).
After ending on a killer cliffhanger, this sci-fi dramedy series is finally back for its sophomore season. Upload takes place in a future where people have hacked death by creating a digital afterlife they can “upload” into when their time comes. The show follows Nathan, a computer programmer who is uploaded into a luxe virtual afterlife by his overbearing girlfriend following a mysterious accident. The series stars Robbie Amell, Andy Allo and Allegra Edwards and comes from the mind of Parks and Recreation co-creator Greg Daniels. The first season of Upload is available to stream now on Prime Video, so there’s still time to catch up ahead of season 2’s March 11 premiere.
Starring Regina Hall, Zoe Renee, Julia Nightingale and Amber Gray, Master is a psychological thriller that takes a cold, hard look at the horrors of systemic racism specifically within an Ivy League university. Gail, the dean of students, is excited to become the first Black woman at the university to be promoted to "Master" of a residence hall. Meanwhile, a first-year student is grappling with getting assigned the dorm room known to be haunted, with a notorious history of student suicides. This new bone-chilling, horror-meets-social-commentary film premieres on Prime Video on March 18.
The Juice singer is in search of some new backup dancers to join her on her world tour in her new reality show, Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls. Ten contenders are moving into the Big Grrrls House, where they’ll work together across eight episodes to see who has what it takes to share the stage with the pop icon. Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls premieres on March 25.