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Fresh from Amazon’s Golden Globe winning TV series Goliath, David E. Kelley brings his new series to Sky this month, courtesy of HBO. With Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon in front of the camera and Dallas Buyers Club helmer Jean-Marc Vallée behind, it’s the month’s big new arrival for Sky Atlantic fans. While the rest of March may seem relatively thin on the ground, though, that’s largely a result of February’s stuffed line-up, with series continuing across every day of the week that include The Walking Dead, Legion, Billions, 24: Legacy and The CW’s quartet of DC superhero shows.
Sky Cinema has a similarly lightweight month ahead, but with the Ghostbusters reboot and Meryl Streep on Oscar-nominated form in Florence Foster Jenkins, there are still some treats to look forward to.
Don’t have Sky? You can stream all of the above live and on-demand through NOW TV, Sky’s contract-free VOD service, which costs £6.99 a month. For more information, click here.
Here’s what’s coming soon to Sky and NOW TV in March 2017:
Big Little Lies (TBC, Sky Atlantic) – 13th March
Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon star in HBO’s miniseries about three mothers whose apparently perfect lives unravel to the point of murder. Written by David E. Kelley and directed by Dallas Buyers Club helmer Jean-Marc Vallée, this has HBO’s seal of awesomeness all over it.
Shades of Blue: Season 2 (9pm, Sky Living) – 13th March
Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta star in NBC’s steamy crime drama about a resourceful single mother and resourceful detective, who has to walk the fine line between love, loyalty, honour and betrayal.
Midnight Sun: Season 1 (10pm, Sky Atlantic) – 15th March
Sky has snapped up the exclusive UK rights to this new Swedish series, a noir that follows a French detective’s investigation into a murder in a remote mining town.
The Walking Dead: Season 7 Part 2 (9pm, FOX UK) – Mondays
What will Negan do next – or, more accurately, what will Rick do to stop him? The Walking Dead Season 7 returns for what promises to be an even more gruelling, brutal and shocking second half. (Need to catch up? All 91 previous episodes are available already on-demand.)
Straight Outta Compton’s Corey Hawkins picks up the baton from Jack Bauer in this new instalment in FOX’s real-time franchise.
Legion (9pm, FOX UK) – Thursdays
David Haller, a.k.a. Legion, is a haunted man with power beyond comprehension. His power does not come free, but at the steep cost of David’s mind. Plagued by numerous split personalities – each commanding a different aspect of his power – David is trying to find his way back to sanity. But he’s getting tired and about to give up, until he meets the girl of his dreams… This X-Men TV series is a stylish study of mental health as well as an intriguing new entry in the superhero franchise.
Lucky Man: Season 2 (9pm, Sky 1) – Fridays
James Nesbitt returns in Sky’s original series, created by Stan Lee. He plays Harry Clayton, a London-based cop struggling to come to terms with his gambling addiction when he reluctantly ends up wearing a bracelet that seems to give him endless luck. With the help of his partner, DS Suri Chohan (Amara Karan), Harry’s job is to solve particularly puzzling murder cases – while refusing to use his new-found ‘power’ to assist him in any way. As for the mystery of the bracelet, that’s only set to get more intriguing in Season 2… (Need to catch up? Season 1 is already available on-demand.)
DC Shows (8pm, Sky 1) – Tuesdays & Thursdays
Keep up with Supergirl and The Flash in a double-bill every Tuesday and Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow back-to-back on Thursdays.
Florence Foster Jenkins – 3rd March
Meryl Streep is on splendid form in this comedy based on the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a 1920s New York socialite whose attempts to make it on stage resulted in her being dubbed the worst singer in the world. Hugh Grant is wonderful as the English husband encouraging her.
Warcraft: The Beginning – 10th March
Moon director Duncan Jones enters the world of video games with this movie adaptation of the fantasy franchise. An origins story for the battle between man and orc, its an epic that boasts a caast to match, with Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper, Paula Patton and Travis Fimmel among the ensemble.
Maggie’s Plan – 13th March
The ever-brilliant Greta Gerwig stars in this sharp romantic comedy about a woman determined to have a baby on her own. But her plans take a detour when she falls in love with married John (Ethan Hawke), destroying his volatile marriage to Georgette (Julianne Moore).
Ghostbusters (2016) – 17th March
Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and a scene-stealing Kate McKinnon team up to bust ghosts in this hugely likeable and very funny reboot of the old sci-fi franchise. Ignore the haters: this is a remake not to be afraid of.
Other movies coming soon to Sky Cinema and NOW TV in March 2017:
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