The return of The Mandalorian is one of the main news of the month.
The month of March is here and with it the streaming platform Disney+ is ready to add new series, movies and documentaries in addition to the February releases and the International Women’s Day collection, perfect for next March 8 with titles such as Mujeres, Hysterical or Mrs America.
This month, like the rest of the year, Disney+ will include news on a weekly basis without prior notice. In this way, this week the live broadcast from Buenos Aires of the singer’s Discipline Tour was reported. Lali Esposito on March 5 live at 00:30 a.m. (peninsula time).
All Disney+ releases in March 2023
Star Wars: The Mandalorian (March 1)
Disney+’s biggest flagship returns with new chapters that continue the Mandalorian’s journeys through the Star Wars galaxy. A reclusive bounty hunter in his time, Din Djarin has been reunited with Grogu as the New Republic fights to rid the galaxy of his dark history. On a weekly basis, the streaming platform will add a new chapter in which the Mandalorian will cross paths with old allies and make new enemies as he and Grogu continue their journey together.
Abbot College 2T Part 1 (March 1)
Comedy starring a group of dedicated and passionate teachers faced with an unsympathetic director in Philadelphia. Despite the fact that they have almost everything against them, they are determined to help their students succeed in life. Excellent civil servants end up burned out and underfunded, but their love of work will carry them through these new chapters.
The last night of the year (March 3)
The cry of the butterflies (March 8)
New series starring Dominican actress Sandy Hernández (Minerva Mirabal), Spanish actresses Susana Abaitua (Arantxa Oyamburu) and Belén Rueda (Pilar Macías), and Cuban actor Luis Alberto García. Inspired by real events, the drama mixes the color of the Caribbean with crime and politicsportraying life on an island dominated by the tyrannical regime of dictator Rafael Leónidas Trujillo, alias “el Chivo”, who ruled the Dominican Republic from 1930 until his assassination in 1961.
The series focuses on the friendship between the young Spanish immigrant Arantxa Oyamburu and Minerva Mirabalrenowned Dominican political activist who, along with her sisters, received the nickname “the Butterflies”, becoming a Latin American legend by facing Trujillo and contributing to the dictator’s precipitous end.
Grandfather and ex-inmate (March 10)
Amazon: Border Territory (March 15)
Documentary from National Geographic Documentary Films featuring An immersive look at the struggle of the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau indigenous people against encroaching deforestation caused by illegal farmers and settlers in the Brazilian Amazon. With stunning photography, the film introduces audiences to the Uru-eu-wau-wau community and gains access like never before to those who illegally burn and log this protected indigenous land.
Fleishman is in trouble (March 15)
The Boston Strangler (March 17)
True crime thriller film from 20th Century Studios that tells the story of Loretta McLaughlin (Keira Knightley), a reporter for the Record-American newspaper who becomes the first female journalist to link the Boston Strangler murders. As the mysterious killer claims more and more victims, Loretta tries to continue her investigation with her partner and confidante Jean Cole (Carrie Coon), but the duo must contend with the outrageous sexism of the day.
Kinship (March 19)
Original series that adapts Octavia E. Butler’s novel of the same name centered on dana james, a young black aspiring writer who changes her life filled with family obligations and moves to Los Angeles, determined to fight for a future she feels belongs only to her. However, before he can settle into her new home, is violently dragged back in time to the 19th centurya place closely associated with Dana and her family.
An interracial love affair jeopardizes Dana’s past and present. The clock ticks as she confronts the secrets she never knew ran through her veins in this exploration of family ties that breaks with its gender.