New to Disney+ in March

Variety reports season three of Star Wars: The Mandalorian, which has just launched on Disney+, probably won’t make any sense unless you’ve watched The Book of Boba Fett.

Here’s a round-up of everything casual fans need to know while those wondering how the cancelling of cast member Gina Carano (Cara Dune) would be handled story-wise can catch up here.

Mercifully, there’s much more to Disney+ in March than just another Star Wars off-shoot, including the 40-years-in-the-making Mel Brooks sequel History of the World, Part II (March 6), the Oscar nominated The Banshees of Inisherin (March 8), a new movie version of Boston Stranger from the perspective of the reporters who covered the true-life serial killings (March 17) and S2 of Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. (March 31).

The Watchful Eye (March 29) is an acclaimed mystery-thriller about a live-in nanny for an affluent family in a Manhattan building where everyone has deadly secrets and ulterior motives while Rye Lane (March 31) is a highly-rated rom-com movie about two South London youngsters who connect one eventful day while reeling from bad breakups.

Also watch for:

➢ Finding Michael (March 3): Bear Grylls documentary about the search for an Everest mountaineer who disappeared 23 years ago.

 Will Trent (March 8): A critics’ favourite based on the Karin Slaughter books about a special agent who overcomes a harsh childhood to achieve the highest clearance rate in Georgia (this week there was a multi-platform ratings hike for the ABC series).

Still Missing Morgan (March 8): An ABC news investigation of a 30-year-old kidnapping.

UnPrisoned (March 10): A Kerry Washington comedy about a solo-mum therapist whose ex-con dad moves in with the family

Chang Can Dunk (March 10): A 16-year-old Asian American student in the marching band bets the school basketball star that he can dunk by homecoming.

Where is Private Dulaney? (March 15): Another ABC News investigation, into the mystery surrounding the US Marine who was declared AWOL in 1979

Bono & The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming, with Dave Letterman (March 17): The U2 duo reflect on their music and friendship, complete with never-before-seen footage and interviews.

Up Here (March 24): musical rom-com that will launch the same day on Hulu in the US.

Other premieres will include:

March 1


  • Virgin: The Series S1

March 3


  • The Wonderful Autumn of Mickey Mouse
  • New Year’s Eve
  • Making the Wish: Disney’s Newest Cruise Ship 

March 8


  • Mpower S1
  • The Cry of the Butterflies S 1
  • Air Crash Investigation S22

March 10


  • The Nightingale of Bursa
  • Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey
  • Killer Under the Bed

March 11


  • Pandora: Beneath the Paradise S1

March 15


  • Turning the Tables with Robin Roberts S2
  • Wedding Agreement the Series S1
  • Doogie Howser, M.D. S1-4

March 22


  • SuperKitties S1

March 29


  • The King of TV S1-2
  • Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom S2
  • Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur S1
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4 Responses to “New to Disney+ in March”

  1. As a fan of series 1 & 2 of The Mandalorian, I have to say the first episode of series 3 was very meh, verging on boring in fact. Thankfully Picard series 3 and Carnival Row series 2 are turning out to be brilliant.

  2. That’s great to hear about Prime video’s Carnival Row, Darren. I loved the first season.

  3. Same here Philip, it’s a shame that it turned out to be an enquired taste and clearly didn’t rate as well as Amazon had hoped. I recommended it to quite a few people, but they didn’t like it.

  4. Up Here looks cute going by the trailer 😁

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