There is plenty to be excited for when it comes to March’s line-up of on-screen entertainment. From highly-anticipated returns of beloved shows to long-awaited new titles with star-studded casts, this month brings a little bit of everything to look forward to.
First on our list is Daisy Jones & The Six. Based on Taylor Jenkin Reid’s best-selling novel of the same name, the 10-part series chronicles the rise and fall of a legendary band in the 1970s, formed by bringing together wild child Daisy Jones and rock group The Six. Amidst the riotous world of rock and roll, secrets take shape behind closed doors. And as the band falls apart at the height of its success, the world is left to wonder why.
Next up: the return of Next in Fashion. The second season of the fashion competition sees Gigi Hadid joining designer Tan France as co-host, alongside a line-up of guest judges the likes of Emma Chamberlain, Donatella Versace and Bella Hadid. As they come together to find the sartorial world’s next trendsetter, this series is a must-watch for fashion enthusiasts everywhere.
For other options to consider, look to the third season of Ted Lasso. Considered one of the most celebrated comedies in history with its back-to-back Emmy wins for Outstanding Comedy Series, the show’s new season will no doubt be as hilarious as it is heartfelt.
Below, find our full curation of shows to hit play on this month—all available on popular streaming platforms like Netflix, Disney+ and Apple TV+.
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Inspired by the true story of the Boston Strangler in the early 1960s, Boston Strangler centres Loretta McLaughlin (Keira Knightley), the first journalist to publish a story connecting the crimes of the serial killer. Challenging the rampant sexism of the era alongside colleague and confidant Jean Cole (Carrie Coon), the duo attempt to further the investigation at great personal risk—bravely putting their own lives on the line to uncover the truth.
Watch Boston Strangler on Disney+ from 17 March 2023.
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Daisy Jones & The Six
Based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s best-selling novel of the same name, Daisy Jones & The Six chronicles the whirlwind rise and mysterious fall of an iconic band in the 1970s—fronted by two feuding, enigmatic musicians. But at the height of their success, the band implodes, leaving the world to wonder why for years to come. Set to an original soundtrack created by a formidable line-up of real-life musicians, the 10-part series sees Riley Keough taking on the role of the titular Daisy Jones as Sam Claflin plays The Six’s frontman Billy Dunne.
Watch Daisy Jones & The Six on Prime Video now.
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Quite possibly the release with the most star-studded cast of 2023 thus far, Extrapolations’s long list of big names includes Meryl Streep, Sienna Miller, Kit Harington, Gemma Chan, Tobey Maguire and more. Set in a near future where the devastating effects of climate change have become entrenched in our daily lives, the series is made up of eight interwoven stories about the profound choices that must be made when the population can no longer catch up with how quickly the planet is changing. As the series questions whether we are ready to become the solution to our own undoing before time runs out, its relevance to the world we live in cannot be clearer.
Watch Extrapolations on Apple TV+ from 17 March 2023.
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The Mandalorian Season 3
The journeys of the Mandalorian continue through the Star Wars galaxy in the third season of The Mandalorian. Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal), once a solitary bounty hunter, has reunited with Grogu. Meanwhile, the New Republic fights to lead the galaxy away from its dark history. As the Mandalorian and Grogu take on a wave of new adventures together, they will make new enemies and cross paths with old allies along the way.
Watch The Mandalorian Season 3 on Disney+ now.
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Next in Fashion Season 2
Netflix’s fiercest fashion competition is back, this time with supermodel and style icon Gigi Hadid joining Tan France as co-host to find the sartorial world’s next trendsetter. As an outstanding group of up-and-coming designers compete for $200,000 and a chance to share their work with the world, this season’s impressive line-up of guest judges includes the likes of Emma Chamberlain, Bella Hadid, Donatella Versace and Hailey Bieber.
Watch Next in Fashion Season 2 on Netflix now.
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Shadow and Bone Season 2
Returning for its second season, Shadow and Bone brings new friendships and romances, bigger battles and a shocking family secret that could change everything. Now seen as a symbol of hope for some and a suspected traitor to others, Alina Starkov (Jessie Mei Li) is on the run. But as she and Mal (Archie Renaux) seek new allies in their quest for more mythical amplifiers, they must face heart wrenching choices in the process.
Watch Shadow and Bone Season 2 on Netflix from 16 March 2023.
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Ted Lasso Season 3
After being awarded back-to-back Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series for its first two seasons, global phenomenon Ted Lasso returns for its third—and reportedly final—run. Jason Sudeikis is back as Ted Lasso, an American football coach enlisted to manage a British soccer team despite having no experience. What he lacks in knowledge, however, he makes up for with optimism, determination and a whole lot of self-baked biscuits. As things fall apart both on and off the pitch in season three, Team Lasso will give their all anyway.
Watch Ted Lasso Season 3 on Apple TV+ from 15 March 2023.