We’ve been looking forward to this week for a while with a brilliant lineup including Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Simply Black, and Line of Duty.
Most of these shows have been hotly anticipated with delays bringing air dates to March. With weekly releases, you’ll have something to watch for a few weeks yet!
One for the Kids: Waffles and Mochi – Tuesday 16th March (Netflix)
Waffles and Mochi embark on a global food expedition in order to become chefs. With the help of Mrs Obama, Waffles and Mochi travel the world, learning all they can about different foods and cultures!
The Good Doctor (S4) – Tuesday 16th March 9pm, (Sky Witness)
Series four of the medical series returns to Sky Witness with the staff at San Jose St Bonaventure Hospital cope with the coronavirus pandemic whilst dealing with their own personal problems. Starring Antonia Thomas as Dr Claire Browne and Hill Harper as Dr Marcus Andrews.
Simply Black – Wednesday 17th March (Netflix)
While organising a protest, Jean Pascal Zadi looks at racial discrimination and his identity as a French Black man through a satirical lens.
Zach Snyder’s Justice League – Thursday 18th March (Sky Cinema Premiere)
In the long-awaited Zack Snyder cut of Justice League, determined to ensure Superman’s ultimate sacrifice was not in vain, Bruce Wayne aligns forces with Diana Prince with plans to recruit a team of metahumans to protect the world from an approaching threat of catastrophic proportions. Starring Ray Fisher as Cyborg and Joe Morton as Silas Stone. This film is approx. 4 hours long so be prepared!
Fatale – Friday 19th March (Netflix)
Directed and produced by Deon Taylor, Fatale follows Michael Ealy as Derrick who after a wild one-night stand, watches his perfect life slowly disappear when he discovers that the sexy and mysterious woman he risked everything for, is a determined police detective who entangles him in her latest investigation. As he tries desperately to put the pieces together, he falls deeper into her trap, risking his family, his career, and even his life.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive – Friday 19th March (Netflix)
Docuseries following the FIA Formula One World Championship across multiple seasons. During a shortened 2020 season, Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo, and other top drivers pursue checkered flags as COVID-19 turns the world upside down.
Little – Friday 19th March (Netflix)
Jordan (Regina Hall) is a take-no-prisoners tech mogul who torments her long-suffering assistant, April (Issa Rae), and the rest of her employees on a daily basis. She soon faces an unexpected threat to her personal life and career when she magically transforms into a 13-year-old version of herself (Marsai Martin) right before a do-or-die presentation.
Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Friday 19th March (Disney +)
Following the events of ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ Sam Wilson/Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier team up in a global adventure that tests their abilities — and their patience. Also starring Adepero Oduye as Sarah Wilson.
Line of Duty – Sunday 21st March 9pm (weekly on BBC One -7 episodes)
The hit BBC One show returns as we follow AC -12 now joined by Shalom Brune Franklin as DC Chloe Bishop as they continue to uncover the fourth corrupt policer known as H whilst investigating the unsolved murder of Gail Vella (Andy Osho). As a special treat, there will also be 7 episodes instead of the usual 6!