What's On TV: March

There's a lot to look forward to over the coming weeks. Here's our handy guide to the best premieres hitting your tellybox in March...

Monday, March 2

Moone Boy (Sky 1, 9pm) – Chris O’Dowd (IT Crowd, Bridesmaids) returns with a third series of his charming, semi-autobiographical comedy about growing up on the Emerald Isle.

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Friday, March 6

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix) – Co-created by Tina Fey (30 Rock, Saturday Night Live), the comedy stars Ellie Kemper (US Office, The Mindy Project) as a woman who escapes a cult and struggles to lead a normal life.

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Saturday, March 7 

The Following (Sky Atlantic, 9pm) – The crime thriller is back for a third season. It stars Kevin Bacon as a former FBI agent who is brought back to hunt down a serial killer in New York.

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Monday, March 16

The Royals (E!, 10pm) – Liz Hurley plays the Queen in this drama revolving around the personal lives of the British royal family. Also stars Joan Collins as the Queen mum.

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Wednesday, March 18

Community (Yahoo Screen, Sony) – The cult comedy returns for season six after a long break. The show centres on a group of misfits who study together at Greendale Community College. Joel McHale (The Soup) stars.

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Friday, March 20

Bloodline (Netflix) – When the black sheep of the family returns, everyone struggles to come to terms with it. This dark thriller features Linda Cardellini (Freaks & Geeks) and Sam Shepard (Mud, August: Osage County).

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Monday, March 23

The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS, 12:35am) – James Corden (Gavin & Stacey, The Wrong Mans) makes his US TV debut. He was announced as the new host of the popular talk show last September, taking over from Craig Ferguson.

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