Musical romantic comedy series Up Here premieres on hulu March 24. Set in New York City in the waning days of 1999, the series follows the extraordinary story of one ordinary couple, Lindsay and Miguel, as they fall in love and discover that the single greatest obstacle to finding happiness together might just be themselves – and the treacherous world of memories, obsessions, fears and fantasies that lives inside their heads. The series stars Mae Whitman, Carlos Valdes, Katie Finneran, John Hodgman, Andréa Burns, Sophia Hammons, and Emilia Suárez.
Limited series Dead Ringers premieres on Prime Video April 21. The six episode series is a modern take on David Cronenberg’s 1988 thriller. Dead Ringers will feature Rachel Weisz playing the double-lead roles of Elliot and Beverly Mantle, twins who share everything: drugs, lovers, and an unapologetic desire to do whatever it takes – including pushing the boundaries of medical ethics – in an effort to challenge antiquated practices and bring women’s health care to the forefront.
Waco: The Aftermath premieres on streaming April 14 and on Showtime April 16. The series focuses on the fallout of the Waco disaster: the trials of the surviving members of the Branch Davidian sect and the rise of homegrown terrorist, Timothy McVeigh. The five-episode limited series also provides a broader context for the escalation of the American militia movement, which foreshadows the infamous attacks of the Oklahoma City bombing and the storming of the U.S. Capitol on January 6. It is a followup series to the series Waco.
Seven more adored characters will be moving back to Ramsay Street for the much-anticipated new chapter of Neighbours on Amazon Freevee. Annie Jones (as Jane Harris), Rebekah Elmaloglou (as Terese Willis), Georgie Stone (as Mackenzie Hargreaves), and Tim Kano (as Leo Tanaka) will reprise their roles as series regulars. Returning in guest roles are Ian Smith (as Harold Bishop), April Rose Pengilly (as Chloe Brennan), and Melissa Bell (as Lucy Robinson). They will be joined by Neighbours icons Stefan Dennis, Alan Fletcher, Ryan Moloney, and Jackie Woodburne, as previously announced.
Damian Lewis is set to return to Billions for season seven. Lewis will appear in six of the twelve episodes of the Showtime series. Toney Goins, who plays Philip has also been upped to series regular in season seven. In season seven, alliances are turned on their heads. Old wounds are weaponized. Loyalties are tested. Betrayal takes on epic proportions. Enemies become wary friends. And Bobby Axelrod returns, as the stakes grow from Wall Street to the world. The news comes as Showtime looks to expand the Billions universe with multiple spinoffs in development.
Zachary Quinto is set to star in NBC’s medical pilot Wolf. The series is an adaptation of Oliver Sacks’s books The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat and An Anthropologist on Mars. The series follows a revolutionary, larger-than-life neurologist and his team of interns as they explore the last great frontier, the human mind, while also grappling with their own relationships and mental health.
HBO Max has begun production on comedy series How to Be a Bookie from Chuck Lorre and Nick Bakay. A veteran bookie struggles to survive the impending legalization of sports gambling, increasingly unstable clients, family, co-workers, and a lifestyle that bounces him around every corner of Los Angeles, high and low. The series stars Sebastian Maniscalco, Omar J. Dorsey, Jorge Garcia, Andrea Anders, Vanessa Ferlito, and Maxim Swinton.
Seeking Brother Husband premieres on TLC March 26. Follow four polyandrous relationships in various stages and their quests for more love. The show will document the ups and downs of adding additional husbands into family life and everything that happens in between as couples navigate boundaries and life-changing decisions.
Production on HBO Max’s Dune prequel series Dune: The Sisterhood has halted as it undergoes creative changes. The series will recast a role previously played by Shirley Henderson. Additionally, Johan Renck, director and executive producer, has left the project.
Two WOW – Women of Wrestling documentary series are set to premiere on Pluto TV this March. My Road To WOW – The Secrets Of The Superheroes is a behind-the-curtain look at the WOW – Women Of Wrestling roster, profiling some of the most amazing women in sports entertainment. The Origin Of WOW – Women Of Wrestling is a documentary exploring the larger-than-life story behind the evolution of women’s wrestling, from a sideshow act at the fairgrounds to the rise of the first all-female wrestling league with GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling) in the 1980s, and the rocky road to success leading up to today with WOW – Women Of Wrestling.
The third season and latest addition to the Kulipari franchise, entitled A King Rises, will be a three-episode arc that brings the Amphibilands saga to a close with the coronation of a new King of the Lands. It will debut on Hulu in late 2023. The original first two seasons of the show, entitled Kulipari: An Army of Frogs and Kulipari: Dreamwalker, begin streaming today and come to Hulu as all-new special editions, remastered with new artwork, remixed sound and credit sequences. Both seasons will be featured in Hulu’s “Black Stories Always” hub honoring Black stories and visionary storytellers in February, and year-round. The first feature film will be a reboot of the first “Kulipari” book in the series “An Army of Frogs” in lifelike 3D, made with the latest in motion capture technology and rendering techniques, that will restart the franchise in a fresh, reimagined way. It will premiere exclusively on Hulu in late 2024.
MotorTrend’s first adult animated automotive series Super Turbo Story Time with back-to-back episodes on March 14. Each show in the eight-episode first season is hosted by a new pair of celebrity guests who share larger-than-life, untold and (mostly) true stories from the automotive world. While one host shares their most unbelievable automotive tale, the other host listens intently, ready to flag any holes in the story or simply crack jokes from the peanut gallery. Using energetic, stylized animation blended with active interviews with top celebrities and automotive authorities, the series brings each host’s narrative to life in a highly entertaining, informative style.
Peacock and Reelz will partner on a new streaming deal encompassing live linear channel and VOD. Beginning March 1, Peacock Premium and Premium Plus subscribers will be able to watch REELZ Channel on platform as well as have on-demand access to new On Patrol: Live episodes next-day along with other select library content from REELZ.
Oscar nominated song “Naatu Naatu” will be performed at the 95th Oscars. Singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava will make their Oscars debut performing the song. Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, the ceremony will air live on ABC and broadcast outlets worldwide on March 12.
The Problem with Jon Stewart returns on Apple TV+ March 3. Season two continues with weekly episodes tackling crime, defense policy, inflation, the backsliding of democracy and more, as well as the series’ first-ever overseas interview with foreign policy leaders This season, Stewart also sits down with General David Petraeus to discuss defense; State Senator Nathan Dahm (R-OK) about crimes and guns; Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) about prison reform and rehabilitation, and for the first time ever the series will travel abroad for Stewart to speak with foreign policy leaders.
Real Madrid: Until the End premieres on Apple TV+ March 10. Introduced by David Beckham, the three episode series steps onto the field and, for the first time ever, goes behind the scenes with the iconic football club for a look at their astonishing 2021-2022 season, filled with dramatic come-from-behind victories and no shortage of on-field heroics from both veterans and newcomers alike. Fueled by their fervent fans, they defy the odds and skeptics on their way to one of the most memorable finishes in football history, culminating in a record 14th Champions League title.
Furies premieres March 23 on Netflix. Three furious vigilantes unite to take down a sinister crime syndicate that controls the mean streets of ’90s Saigon in this prequel to “Furie.”
Sin Huellas premieres on Prime Video March 17. Desi and Cata find a dead body in the mansion they just cleaned. Horror. Panic. At police. Wait a minute, a gypsy and a Mexican immigrant have cleaned up a crime scene? They are the perfect culprits. Now they have to escape from the police, but also from hitmen, a family of millionaires and an ex-husband with a mariachi band. Let’s see how they come out of that ‘fregao’.