5 good Netflix shows this weekend: Pieces of Her, Good Girls and more

Pieces of Her. Toni Collette as Laura Oliver in episode 105 of Pieces of Her. Cr. Mark Rogers/Netflix © 2022
Pieces of Her. Toni Collette as Laura Oliver in episode 105 of Pieces of Her. Cr. Mark Rogers/Netflix © 2022 /

A new month brings new releases to Netflix, and March has plenty of new Netflix shows worth your time. Below we have highlighted some great new binge-worthy shows for your weekend downtime.

Check out our list of movies and shows coming in March. There are so many great choices, including many Netflix originals, some great horror choices, and some new animated features as well.

The Netflix top 10 TV shows list for this week includes Inventing Anna, Vikings: Valhalla, Love is Blind, Sweet Magnolias, Ozark, and more. Many of these titles have held rankings on this list since the release date, so you know they are the ones you need to check out.

Best Netflix shows March 5, 2022

We shared some of the best Netflix shows to watch this weekend below.

Pieces of Her

A brand new release, Pieces of Her is based on a novel by Karin Slaughter that was released in 2018.

Andy (Bella Heathcote) and her mother Laura (Toni Collette) eat at a local diner when a mass shooting occurs. What happens next will alter Andy’s life as she searches for answers to questions regarding her mother’s past.

The series also stars David Wenham, Jessica Barden, Joe Dempsie, Jacob Scipio, Omari Hardwick, Gil Birmingham, and Terry O’Quinn.

Worst Roommate Ever

Another addition to Netflix’s growing list of docuseries is Worst Roommate Ever. This true-crime series from Blumhouse Television chronicles tales of what appear to be harmless roommates who turn out to be anything but.

The series will look at horrific true stories of roommates who initially appear to be normal human beings, but then the truth emerges. These roommates range from squatters to scammers and some are even killers.

Good Girls season 4

The fourth and final season of NBC’s Good Girls will release on Netflix on March 7. This is the perfect time to watch or rewatch the first three seasons in anticipation of the final.

The series follows three suburban mothers, two of whom are sisters, who get tired of trying hard to make ends meet with little success and decide to take their lives back. This ends with the trio getting involved in some significant illegal activity that gets them on the wrong side of a mob gang.

The series stars Christina Hendricks, Retta, Mae Whitman, Reno Wilson, Manny Montana, Lidya Jewett, Isaiah Stannard, and Matthew Lillard.

Making Fun

A new Netflix original series, Making Fun features a team of expert builders who create outstanding designs from children’s imaginations.

Led by Jimmy DiResta, from the reality series Making It hosted by Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler, Making Fun will see unique and zany creations from the minds of some very imaginative children. Season 1 consists of eight episodes where viewers will see designs that range from a dino taco toilet, a cat poop catapult, a giant nutcracker that destroys everything and makes smoothies, and a guitar boat.

This is an excellent series for the family to enjoy some imaginative creations and what looks like a lot of fun!

Two Sentence Horror Stories

The third season of Two Sentence Horror Stories is now available to stream. This series is an anthology based with each story a stand alone with original characters that initially aired on The CW.

Like the first two seasons, season 3 consists of 10 episodes inspired by online fan fiction. Each story features a new cast of characters who get caught up in dark and often twisted circumstances.

What Netflix shows are you watching this weekend? Share your picks in the comments!

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