Best TV Shows of March, 2022 – Decider

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Time marches on, and so do awkward ledes that tee up the fact that we’re going to be breaking down the ten best TV shows of March, 2022.
And I’ll tell you what: this month was packed with high quality TV series, making the decisions even more difficult than usual. From a stunningly timely workplace drama, to the true crime series that broke out of the pack, to the return of a critically acclaimed favorite, March had it all.
Before we get to the list, though, a word on process. In order to determine the top 10 TV shows of March, 2022, the staff of Decider all submitted their five favorite series that aired at least one episode this month. Those choices were ranked, weighted, tossed into a blender with an assortment of fresh fruits and berries, blended on high with a splash of milk and some ice for about thirty seconds, and then poured into a tall glass for a refreshing and healthy treat. Does anyone read this paragraph? So far, nobody has mentioned it to me despite doing this bit three times, so I’m going to continue to say, probably not. In any case, those choices were then culled into the list you see below.
Looking for our best shows of January and February? We got those. For March? Read on.
This new workplace sitcom from Superstore creator Justin Spitzer—about a group of corporate executives at a failing auto company in Detroit—finally got all its parts in the right place, just in time to finish off Season 1. Once audiences—and the show—realized it was more about mocking corporate culture than anything else, the characters seemed to find their footing. You’ll laugh out loud at every episode. Saturday Night Live alum Ana Gasteyer is getting her long-deserved moment in the spotlight, and killing it as a greedy CEO who couldn’t care less about cars. But it’s Broadway’s Michael Benjamin Washington that steals every scene, with his dry delivery and unapologetic narcissism. I truly hope NBC brings it back for Season 2, because this show has the potential to be a real gem. Anna Menta
Where to watch American Auto
After starting out as Mean Downton Abbey, the second half of the first season of The Gilded Age calmed down a little bit and headed towards an inevitable conclusion that found the characters finally starting to… Well, if not like each other, at least tolerate each other. But most importantly, we discovered conclusively what viewers had known since the first episode: Tom Raikes stinks. With gorgeous production values, biting quips, and effortlessly engaging drama? Bring on Season 2. — Alex Zalben
Where to watch The Gilded Age
HBO’s electrifying Winning Time is a full-court press of entertainment. The third episode of the season (“The Best Is Yet to Come”) introduces us to Adrien Brody’s portrayal of future Lakers head coach Pat Riley. We’re used to seeing Riley as the stylish maestro who oozes bravado, but Winning Time focuses on the unkempt proto-version of the man who’d eventually help lead Los Angeles to a bevy of championships. Before he was known as “The Godfather,” Riley was simply a lost soul looking for a job — and the evolution from Pat Riley: beach volleyball enthusiast to Pat Riley: NBA icon is a blast to behold. — Josh Sorokach
Where to watch Winning Time
Apple TV+’s latest masterpiece is a tender look at one family’s journey through the generations. Based on the best-selling novel by Min Jin Lee, Pachinko centers its first season on the remarkable Sunja (played at three different points by Yu-Na, Minha Kim, and Youn Yuh-jung). Born in a small fishing village, Sunja embarks on a journey of passionate romance, terrible sorrow, and proud perseverance. Her life story echoes through that of her grandson Solomon (Jin Ha) and will touch your heart like nothing else. — Meghan O’Keefe
Where to watch Pachinko
What can you say about Atlanta that hasn’t been said before? In its third season, Donald Glover’s FX comedy is still perfectly acted. It still takes bold, innovative risks that push the boundaries of what TV can be while paving the way for what this art form will likely look like in the next five years. It’s still visually stunning. And it’s still absolutely brilliant. More than other seasons, this latest installment threads the needle between dark comedy and abject horror in a collection of episodes that are as sharp and sincere as they are intentionally bizarre as this show explores the long tendrils of global racism. Nearly six years since its premiere, Atlanta is still TV at its greatest. — Kayla Cobb
Where to watch Atlanta
During an era of television that’s flooded with this subgenre, The Dropout is the rare true crime drama that has a reason for existing. Elizabeth Meriwether’s limited series doesn’t merely humanize Elizabeth Holmes. It explains how this mass fraud was ever able to take place while never once excusing Holmes for her crimes against morality, science, and the law. In one of Amanda Seyfried’s greatest performances to date, The Dropout will leave viewers recoiling in terror at the move fast and break things ethos of Silicon Valley. It’s just the wake up call we need. — Kayla Cobb
Where to watch The Dropout
Dammit, Our Flag Means Death — you were supposed to just be a wacky pirate comedy! That’s what we signed up for: a season of peg legs and parrots and shivered timbers. Instead, what we got was a bloody smart show with a crew of instantly lovable ruffians — all of diverse origins, too! — embarking on a pretty historically accurate adventure. But what we really didn’t expect was to fall in love with the notoriously violent Blackbeard (Taika Waititi) falling in love with Stede the gentleman pirate (Rhys Darby). Yeah, Our Flag Means Death was also a romantic comedy between two pirates — and at the end, it was just a romance. Period. This show is going to stick with us for a long time. — Brett White
Where to watch Our Flag Means Death
It’s about time HBO gave us a comedy with tons of full frontal male nudity. That’s equality in action! But Minx is about way more than just the dongs. It’s about the tenacity of oddballs who rise up against their Nixon-era norms and say, “Free the dong!” And in this case, dong is a metaphor for feminism and sex-positivity and equality and also dongs. Led by the incredible chemistry between Ophelia Lovibond as an uptight firebrand and Jake Johnson as a sleazy porn magnate with a big heart, Minx is pushing boundaries and we’re down with the cause (and dongs). — Brett White
Where to watch Minx
HBO Max’s Raised By Wolves ended its second season strong, upping the ante of madness which each and every episode. Just when you think you know where Aaron Guzikowski and Ridley Scott’s show was going, Raised By Wolves found new ways to shock and awe. Raised By Wolves continues to be the most inventive, most haunting, and most bewildering show on television. We can’t wait to see how the plot evolves — or devolves — next. — Meghan O’Keefe
Where to watch Raised by Wolves
Decider’s best TV show of February was Apple TV+’s riveting psychological thriller Severance. Our best TV show of March? You guessed it… Severance! Back to back, baby! Why is Team Decider so obsessed with Dan Erickson’s innovative new series about a mysterious company whose employees have undergone a severance procedure that surgically divides their memories between their work and personal lives? Easy. Severance includes some of the most innovative world building you’ll see on television, delivering familiar but distinct stories and sensational performances from the exceptional ensemble. The first three episodes were mere appetizers to the smorgasbord of enthralling storytelling found in episodes 4-7. Catch-up because the final two episodes of the season are going to knock your socks off. — Josh Sorokach
Where to watch Severance
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