What's New On Paramount Plus for March 2022: 'Halo' Premiere and More

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What's new on Paramount+ March
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Some exciting new content is coming to Paramount+ this March. The streaming platform's new action-packed series adaptation of the popular video game, Halo, premieres this month alongside plenty of new shows and movies. Formerly known as CBS All Access, the rebranded streaming service is headed into this month with the addition of several Paramount+ Originals, including a reboot of a classic Nickelodeon show and the second season of Star Trek: Picard.

The new Halo series is finally streaming. The Pablo Schreiber-led adaptation of the popular video game franchise puts a new spin on the original plot of Halo, while still bringing the video game's world to life onscreen. The series has already been renewed for a season two. 

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The Fairly Oddparents: Fairy Odder joins the ranks of modern day reboots of classic kids shows later this month. The new series blends animation and live-action together for a fresh new twist on the beloved Nickelodeon show. And Trekkies will be pleased to know that the second season of Star Trek: Picard is on its way. 

Paramount+ now has a $5/month ad-supported subscriber tier, the “Essential Plan,” available alongside their $10 per month ad-free Premium Plan. So if you were debating trying out Paramount+, March might be just the month to do it. 

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If you're still struggling to find new shows and movies to stream (as opposed to rewatching your favorites again and again), then be sure to check out the rest of our streaming guides to find out what’s new on Prime Video, Disney, Hulu and more. From cult classic films, including Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, to reality TV competitions, like The Amazing Race, here’s everything coming to Paramount+ in the month of March. 

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Pablo Schreiber stars in this exciting new series based on the best-selling Xbox Game Studios first-person shooter game, Halo. The show, which intends to put a new spin on the central storyline, while still bringing the original feel of the video game franchise to life, takes place hundreds of years in the future in the midst of a massive war. The action-packed series follows Master Chief, a super-soldier trained to battle an alien group known as the Covenant. But, when Master Chief has to confront his own humanity, everything changes. The first episode of Halo is out now, with new episodes streaming weekly.

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Star Trek: Picard Season 2 

Star Trek: Picard
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Over 35 years since his character’s debut in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Sir Patrick Stewart returns as Jean-Luc Picard for season two of Star Trek: Picard. Twenty years after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis, Picard is retired from Starfleet and still grieving the loss of Data, when he receives a visit from a new synthetic being that leads him into the next chapter of his life. The second season will pick up a year after the events of the first, and fans will be glad to know that the show has already been renewed for season three. Stewart stars alongside Alison Pill and Michelle Hurd in season two of Star Trek: Picard, out March 3.

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The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder (March 31)

The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder

Based on the beloved 1998 Nickelodeon cartoon, The Fairly OddParents, this Paramount+ Original series blends animation and live-action in a modern take on our two favorite fairy godparents. When Timmy Turner’s cousin Viv moves to Dimmsdale, the now grown-up Timmy bestows his two favorite fairies to her in an effort to help her adjust to her new life. Daran Norris and Susanne Blakeslee return as Cosmo and Wanda, alongside Audrey Grace Marshall, Imogen Cohen, Laura Bell Bundy Ryan-James Hatanaka and Tyler Wladis in an all-new take on this classic kids comedy series. All 13 episodes of The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder become available to stream starting March 31, exclusively on Paramount+.

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Here's everything new coming to Paramount+ this month: 

March 1
2 Days In The Valley
48 Hrs.
Another 48 Hrs.
Behind Enemy Lines
Benny & Joon
Blue Velvet
Dance Flick
Deuces Wild
Devil In A Blue Dress
Downhill Racer
Edward Scissorhands
Forever My Girl
Garden State
Gunfight At The O.K. Corral
Heaven Can Wait
Kiss The Girls
Look Who’s Talking
Peggy Sue Got Married
Platoon Leader
Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion
Scary Movie 3
Shanghai Noon
Shine a Light
Single White Female
The Fighter
The Firm
The Gift
The Golden Child
The Greatest Story Ever Told
The Last Waltz
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
The Omen
The Royal Tenenbaums
The Tailor of Panama
The Talented Mr. Ripley
The Terminal
The Woman in Black
Vertical Limit

March 3
Star Trek: Picard season 2 (Paramount+ Original)

March 9
Aerial Greece
America’s Heartland: Wild Prairie Reborn

Corporate, season 3
Ex on the Beach, season 4
Girl Code, seasons 3-4
Inside the Tower of London
Love & Hip Hop Miami
, season 3
MTV Floribama Shore, season 3
Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, seasons 4-7
Survivor, season 42

March 10
American Refugee

March 16
Baby Shark’s Big Show Shorts, season 1
Bar Rescue, season 7
Beyond the Edge, season 1
Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out, seasons 11-14

March 23
Silent Library, seasons 2-4
Summer Days, Summer Nights
Wrath of Man

March 24
HALO (Paramount+ Original)

March 29
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa Extended Cut

March 30
Age of Humans
Dogs With Extraordinary Jobs

Inside the Food Factory
Mighty Trains, season 4
Over Australia, season 1
Secrets, season 7
Tomb Hunters, season 1

March 31
How We Roll, season 1
The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder (Paramount+ Original)

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