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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of March 14, 2022

Grant Gustin stars in Netflixs Rescued by Ruby.
Grant Gustin stars in Netflix’s Rescued by Ruby. Netflix

Unfortunately, it isn’t quite time for Bridgerton‘s second season debut quite yet, but that doesn’t mean Netflix is launching quality content in the lead-up to the series drop.

This week, Netflix subscribers can expect everything from new comedy specials to heartwarming films. You’ll be in for a sweet film about a rescue pup working with a Canadian trooper, a new baking show that sees cakes transformed to look like everyday objects, and a star-studded off-beat thriller. They’re all headed fans’ way.

For those wanting to make watching plans, here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of March 14, 2022.

  • March 15
    • Adam by Eve: A Live in Animation: Japanese singer Eve is presented live in a hybrid animation special.
    • Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous: Catherine Cohen’s special comes to Netflix.
    • Marilyn’s Eyes: Two people who meet at a psychiatric hospital create a restaurant and find healing.
    • One Piece Film: Strong World: A group of pirates must rescue their friend.
    • Team Zenko Go: A group performs acts of kindness in this animated series.

  • March 16
    • Pedal to Metal: After a race goes wrong, two friends flee to Mexico.
    • Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives: A vegan restauranteur becomes entangled in a scheme.
    • Hei$t: The Great Robbery of Brazil’s Central Bank: This docuseries explores the robbery of a massive Brazilian bank.
    • A Walk Among the Tombstones: A former NYPD officer turns private detective and helps track down the killers of a drug trafficker’s wife.

  • March 17
    • Lee Daniels’ The Butler: White House Butler Cecil Gaines sees history as it happens while working for first families.
    • Rescued by Ruby: A state trooper teams up with a rescue dog to join the K9 unit.
    • Soil: A man comes up with a plan to import soil to bury the deceased.

  • March 18
    • Alessandro Cattelan: One Simple Question: The TV personality interviews celebrities in this series.
    • Animal: Season 2: The second season of the nature docuseries debuts.
    • Black Crab: In a post-apocalyptic war, a team transports something that could end the fighting.
    • Cracow Monsters: A woman joins a professor and his students investigating paranormal activity.
    • Eternally Confused and Eager for Love: A man is guided by a wizard to find love.
    • Human Resources: The Big Mouth spin-off hits Netflix.

  • Is It Cake?: Bakers crafts cakes that look, well, not like cakes.
  • Light the Night: Part 3: A woman at a Taipei nightclub navigates life.
  • Standing Up: Four friends attempt to make it in stand-up.
  • Top Boy: Season 2: A young drug dealer and a young man navigate life in the housing estates of east London.
  • Windfall: A man breaks into a CEO’s home, but the CEO and his wife appear.
  • Without Saying Goodbye: A workaholic architect and an artist meet in Peru.
  • Young, Famous & African: This reality show follows affluent stars living life in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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