What To Watch W/C 27th March

This weeks What To Watch is ram packed full of great movies, series and docs …

We can finally see John Boyega channeling his best Denzel in Breaking, enjoy some action adventure with Regé-Jean in Dungeons and Dragons … not to mention female power in The Power starring Toheeb Jimoh and Heather Agyepong in The Power …

Let us know what you’ll be tuning into this week!

Breaking – Monday 27th March | Digital Download including Prime Video

A film based on the 2017 real-life story of Brian Brown-Easley, a decorated Marine Corps veteran in dire financial straits resulting from systemic failure. Starring John Boyega and Micheal K. Williams.

Blue Lights – Monday 27th March @ 9pm | BBC One

Grace, a mother of a teenage boy has made the decision in her 40s to leave her steady job as a social worker to join the Police Service of Northern Ireland. Having previously worked in social care she straddles a fine line between the personal and professional. With Andi Osho.

Unseen – Wednesday 29th March | Netflix

A house cleaner desperately searches for her husband as a dreaded criminal syndicate dredges up past tragedies and ultimately drives her to violence.

Kindred – Wednesday 29th March | Disney+

A young black woman and aspiring writer has uprooted her life of familial obligation and relocated to Los Angeles. Before she can settle into her new home, she finds herself being violently pulled back and forth in time. Starring Mallori Johnson.

Big Door Prize – Thursday 30th March | Apple TV+

A small town is forever changed when a mysterious machine appears, promising to reveal everyone’s true potential; soon, residents start changing jobs, rethinking relationships and questioning long-held beliefs. With Chrystal R. Fox, Gabrielle Dennis and Djouliet Amara.

Six Four – Thursday 30th March | ITVX

Tells a dark and compelling story of kidnap, corruption and betrayal when Chris and Michelle O’Neill’s teenage daughter goes missing as well as an uncompromising search for the truth. With Saskia Ashdown, Adrian Derrick-Palmer and Vinette Robinson.

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MTV Faces – Thursday 30th March | MTV UK Youtube

After losing his daughter Azaylia to cancer, Ashley Cain is on a powerful mission to cut straight to the core of grief, creating a safe space for conversations about death. In MTV’s new digital series, Ashley is connecting with people who are on their own journeys with grief, having vulnerable discussions with guests including Brenda Edwards and Jordan Stephens.

Get On Up: The Triumph of Black America – Thursday 30th March @9pm | BBC TWO

David Harewood travels across America to discover the stories behind his heroes, artistic pioneers from the 60s-90s who shaped popular culture.


The Power – Friday 31st March | Prime Video

The power inside can’t be hidden for long. In a world where teenage girls are suddenly able to generate electricity at will, the balance of power will never be the same. Starring Toheeb Jimoh and Heather Agyepong.

Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves – Friday 31st March | In Cinemas

A charming thief and a band of unlikely adventurers undertake an epic heist to retrieve a lost relic, but things go dangerously awry when they run afoul of the wrong people. Starring Regé-Jean Page.

Super Eagles ’96 – Streaming Now | Prime Video

Super Eagles ‘96 is a documentary exploring how the men’s Nigerian football team came together and found success, first at the African Cup of Nations in 1994, and then the knockout stages of the World Cup in the same year. The story places an emphasis on where Nigeria was as a country in the early 90s – a fractured nation. Battling political upheaval, social instability and deep economic failures.


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