March kicks off with the return of Disney Plus’ Star Wars series that started it all – The Mandalorian – which sees Pedro Pascal (HBO’s The Last of Us) in another series-leading role.
Prime Video tries something a little different with its adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s Daisy Jones & The Six on March 3, starring Riley Keough and Sam Claflin as star-crossed rock stars. 96-year-old Mel Brooks is back with the long-awaited sequel to History of the World on Monday, March 6.
Mid-month arrives with another big return with Ted Lasso back in his coaching shoes for season three of Apple TV plus’ Emmy juggernaut. And speaking of Emmy juggernauts, HBO’s Succession will air its fourth and final season starting Sunday, March 26.
For everything (and so much more more) that Brief is checking out this month, read on:
Wednesday, March 1: Disney Plus’ The Mandalorian (season 3 premiere)
Wednesday, March 1: CBS’ True Lies (series premiere)
Friday, March 3: Prime Video’s Daisy Jones and the Six (limited series premiere)
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Monday, March 6: HBO’s Perry Mason (season 2 premiere)
Monday, March 6: HBO’s Rain Dogs (series premiere)
Monday, March 6: Hulu’s History of the World, Pt. II (limited-series premiere)
Wednesday, March 15: Apple TV Plus’ Ted Lasso (third season premiere)
Thursday, March 16: Netflix’s Shadow and Bone (season 2 premiere)
Friday, March 17: Apple TV Plus’ Extrapolations (series premiere)
Sunday, March 19: AMC’s Lucky Hank (series premiere)
Friday, March 24: Showtime’s Yellowjackets (season 2 premiere)
Sunday, March 26: HBO’s Succession (season 4 premiere)
Sunday, March 26: FX’s Great Expectations (limited series premiere, exclusively on Hulu)
Sunday, March 26: Paramount Plus’ Rabbit Hole (series premiere)
Thursday, March 30: Netflix’s Unstable
Friday, March 31: Prime Video’s The Power (series premiere)