Having been in and out of lockdown for the past 12 months, it’s safe to say that Netflix has become our best friend whilst we’ve been spending more time at home.
From movies to gripping series, the streaming platform has so much choice to suit every viewer, however, if you’ve exhausted the current Netflix library then don’t panic, Fuzzable has got you covered!
Each month, so many new titles are added to the streaming giant so we’re here to highlight just five of the shows and movies making their way to Netflix UK during March 2021.
The One – March 12
“The One is set five minutes in the future, in a world where a DNA test can find your perfect partner – the one person you’re genetically predisposed to fall passionately in love with. No matter how good your relationship, which one of us can honestly say we haven’t thought about whether there is someone better out there? What if a hair sample is all it takes to find them? The idea is simple, but the implications are explosive. We will never think of love and relationships in the same way again.”
Launching in the UK on March 12, The One is based on the psychological thriller by John Marrs and consists of eight episodes. Leading the cast is Hannah Ware, who plays Rebecca, the impulsive CEO and founder of MatchDNA.
She is joined by Dimitri Leonidas, Amir El-Masry, Stephen Campbell Moore, Wilf Scolding, Diarmaid Murtagh, Lois Chimimba, Eric Kofi-Abrefa, Pallavi Shard, Zoe Tapper and Gregg Chillin.
Zero Chill – March 15
“Kayla must find her place on the ice in the shadow of her superstar brother, Mac. For her, the rink is where she feels alive, where she can fly. For Mac, it’s a battlefield where he strives to prove himself against his opponents… and his teammates. Kayla and Mac both make magic on the ice, but their approaches are poles apart.”
Zero Chill is an upcoming British-Canadian Netflix Original sports-drama which will be made up of 10 episodes. Produced by Lime Pictures, the series was created by created by Kirstie Falkous and John Reiger and will star Grace Beedie (Fort Salem, Five Star Christmas) and Dakota Taylor (The Death and Life of John F. Donovan, Homekilling Queen, Canada: The Story of Us) as Kayla and Mac respectively.
Other members of the cast include Doug Rao, Sarah-Jane Potts, Jade Ma, Oscar Skagerberg, Stanislaus Steinbichler, Christina Tam, Calin Bleau, Brett Houghton, and Toby Murray.
Country Comfort – March 19
“When her career and personal life get derailed, an aspiring young country singer named Bailey takes a job as a nanny for a rugged cowboy named Beau and his five children. With a never-give up attitude and loads of Southern charm, this newbie-nanny is able to navigate the family dynamics and be the mother figure they’ve been missing. To her surprise, Bailey also gets the band she’s been missing in this musically talented family who help get her back on the road to stardom.”
Created by Caryn Lucas, Country Comfort is an American comedy which launches on March 19. Made up of 10 episodes, the series stars American Idol runner up and Broadway actress Katharine McPhee as Bailey, with Eddie Cibrian taking on the role of Beau.
The cast also features Ricardo Hurtado, Jamie Martin Mann, Pyper Braun, Shiloh Verrico, Griffin McIntyre, Eric Balfour and Janet Varney.
The Irregulars – March 26
“Welcome to 19th-century London, where The Irregulars – a group of misfits, work to solve supernatural crimes at the behest of Dr. Watson and his elusive partner, Sherlock Holmes.”
Fans of Sherlock Holmes will love The Irregulars, which launches on Netflix on March 26. Created by Tom Bidwell, the eight-part series focuses on a gang of teenagers who solve increasingly supernatural crimes whilst Sherlock Holmes gets all the credit.
Henry Lloyd-Hughes and Royce Pierreson star as Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson respectively, whilst Thaddea Graham, Darci Shaw, Jojo Macari, McKell David and Harrison Osterfield make up The Irregulars. The series also stars Clarke Peters, Olivia Grant, Aidan McArdle and Sheila Atim.
A Week Away – March 26
“Troubled teen Will Hawkins has a run-in with the law that puts him at an important crossroad: go to juvenile detention or attend a Christian summer camp. At first a fish-out-of-water, Will opens his heart, discovers love with a camp regular, and sense of belonging in the last place he expected to find it.”
A Week Away is an American teen faith-based romantic music waltzing its way onto Netflix on March 26. Directed by Roman White with the screenplay by Alan Powell and Kali Bailey, the movie was shot in Nashville and will feature reimagined Contemporary Christian Music songs as well as original music.
Kevin Quinn and Bailee Madison take on the lead roles on Will and Avery respectively. They’re joined by Sherri Shepherd, David Koechner, Jahbril Cook, Kat Conner Sterling and Iain Tucker.