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Mid-March has been pretty good for Netflix users. The streamer not only brought new seasons of hit shows like Top Boy but brand new bingeworthy options like the limited crime documentary Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives.
From the makes of hugely popular 2020 documentary Tiger King, Bad Vegan is a four-part series centred around the real-life story of A-list vegan chef Sarma Melngallis, whose whirlwind romance with mysterious love interest Anthony sees her life and career take a strange turn.
The limited Netflix series, which began streaming in the UK on Friday March 18, definitely satisfies our craving for true crime, but what else have we got to look forward this week in March?
What's new on Netflix this week?
Monday March 21
In Good Hands (2022) – This Turkish melodrama is one for fans of touching tales as it follows a single mother who meets a stylish bachelor after being diagnosed with a terminal illness. With tragic romance storyline, In Good Hands also explores the mother-child dynamic as the protagonist deals with the uncertain future of her six-year-old son.
Tuesday March 22
Jeff Foxworthy: The Good Old Days (2022) – Catch this stand-up special from Jeff Foxworthy as the comic reminisces on "the good old days" as he discusses topics like ageing, texting and sex education before finally sharing a story from his Blue Collar Comedy Tour.
The Principals of Pleasure (Limited Series) – Described as an "eye-opening series" in the official Netflix synopsis, limited docuseries The Principals of Pleasure will explore "sex, joy and modern science" in a celebration of what exactly pleases women, while putting a few myths to rest – hopefully for good.
Wednesday March 23
Boiling Point (2021) – Though there's nothing brand new on Netflix on March 23, multi-BAFTA-winning 2021 film Boiling Point is totally worth a watch as it joins Netflix UK. The film follows a charismatic head chef at a London restaurant, wrangling his team as they balance a load of personal and professional issues on the busiest night of the year.
Thursday March 24
Love Like the Falling Petals (2022) – This new Japanese romance drama follows the love story of an aspiring photographer and a talented hairstylist, until a cruel illness threatens to bring their love to an untimely end.
Friday March 25
Netflix announces new charges for password-sharers in brutal shake-up
Bridgerton (Season 2) – One of Netflix's biggest hits Bridgerton makes a long-awaited return with its second season, featuring a brand new romance between new arrival Kate Sharma (played by Simone Ashley) and eldest Bridgerton brother Anthony (Jonathan Bailey).
Transformers: Botbots (Season 1) – If you're keen for anything animated, this new series set in the Transformers universe is definitely one for you to check out.
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