The new Disney+ releases of March 2023 open with a highly anticipated return: the new season of is coming The Mandalorian with Peter Pascal. Also slated to release this month is last year’s breakout comedy series, Abbott Elementary. Among the big news of this month we point out then Unprisoned con Kerry Washingtonthe unforgettable protagonist of Scandal.
Here’s the Disney+ new release calendar (if you’re not a member yet, you can subscribe here) for March 2023.
March 1 – The Disney+ new release calendar for March kicks off with a bang
The Mandalorian – third season – original tv series
Peter Pascalwho has been garnering great praise these weeks for his portrayal of Joel in The Last of Us, is about to return as the mysterious Mandalorian. The new episodes of the tv series of the universe of Star Wars they’re coming to Disney+ this month. In The Mandalorian 3 the travels of the protagonist in the galaxy in the company of Grogu continue, as the New Republic struggles to rid the galaxy of its dark past. Meanwhile Giancarlo Esposito has promised that Moff Gideon will rise from the ashes and that we can expect a lot from him in the new season.
Abbott Elementary – second season – original tv series
Among the most anticipated new releases of Disney+ for the month of March is the second season of the comedy Abbott Elementary. Created by Quinta Brunsonthis series tell in style The Office the vicissitudes of a group of elementary school teachers in Philadelphia. Despite being underpaid and outnumbered, the protagonists do their best to find the funds for their school and to innovate teaching methods. After the first season has won critical acclaim and several important awards, the second season is finally arriving in Italy. The first ten episodes of will be uploaded this month Abbott Elementary 2while the other episodes will also arrive during the year.
The crazy history of the world – Part 2 – original tv series
A forty years after the release of the film in Mel Brooks, the miniseries is about to arrive The crazy history of the world. In the eight episodes that will make up the series there will be several irreverent sketches inspired by different historical periods and which will be a parody of the historical blockbusters of the golden age of Hollywood. Several important names in cinema and entertainment will appear in the cast such as Seth Rogan, Dove Cameron, Taika Watiti, Sam Richardson, Brock O Hurn, Emily Ratajkowski, Emily Ratajkowski, Jenifer Lewis.
UnPrisoned – first season – original tv series
Kerry Washington e Delroy Lindowho made themselves known to the public respectively for starring in Scandal e The Good Fight, will be the protagonists of the new comedy of Disney +. The story revolves around a female therapist who lives with her teenage son played by Faly Rakotohavana. Her life is turned upside down when her father, who has just been released from prison, falls back into her house. The man will try to rebuild a relationship with his daughter and grandson, but it won’t be easy to rebuild his life and reintegrate into society after being behind bars for 17 years. The series is based on the life Tracy McMillancreator of the series, who wanted to tell this important story that affects millions of people. And she set out to do that through flawed but super lovable characters who have great empathy and humor.
The Boston Strangler – movie originals
The new film produced by Ridley Scott starring the actress Keira Knightley is about to land on Disney+. The film will tell the true story of Loretta McLaughlin, the first reporter who with the help of her colleague Jean Cole was able to recognize a link between the murders of the Boston Strangler. While the murderer continues to claim victims, the two women will have to fight against the rampant sexism at the time in order to be heard. In the cast besides Keira Knightley, Alessandro Nivola, David Dastmalchian, Morgan Spector, Bill Camp and Chris Cooper will also be there.
March 24, the closing of the Disney+ new release calendar for March
Up Here– first season – original tv series
A sweet TV series is coming to Disney+ that will fill your need for romance. Up Here is the new musical comedy set in New York in 1999 which tells the love story of two young people. When their relationship begins, the biggest obstacle to their happiness may be the insidious world of memories, obsessions, fears and fantasies that each of them carries in their heads. The TV series was written by Steven Levensonwho has already penned the script of two very successful musicals, Dear Evan Hansen e tick, tick…BOOM! The cast includes Mae Whitman, Carlos Valdes, Katie Finneran, Sophia Hammons, Emilia Suarez, Andrea Burns, John Hodgman and Scott Porter.
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