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From the highly anticipated 'Palm Royale', to an adaptation of Liane Moriarty's 'Apples Never Fall', March is gearing up to be an excellent month for TV.

| By Erin Elizabeth | Journal

9 Addictive New TV Series to Stream This March

From the highly anticipated 'Palm Royale', to an adaptation of Liane Moriarty's 'Apples Never Fall', March is gearing up to be an excellent month for TV.

Life comes at you fast, doesn’t it? One second you’re Christmas shopping, and the next, you’re rifling through your wardrobe looking for St. Patrick’s Day appropriate attire.

Yep, we’ve already made it to March, and while it would be nice if time slowed its roll a bit, there are some perks to finding ourselves in the third month of 2024. Actually, here’s nine of them.

From the hotly anticipated Palm Beach-set series starring Kristen Wiig to the new sci-fi endeavour from the writing duo behind Game of Thrones, here are the best new shows to stream this March.

1. Palm Royale

Where can I watch it? Apple TV+

Set in Palm Beach, Florida, in 1969, and loosely based on the novel Mr. & Mrs. American Pie by Juliet McDaniel, Palm Royale follows Maxine Simmons (Kristen Wiig) as she tries to break into Palm Beach’s exclusive high society. With more star-power in its cast than a Met Gala bathroom selfie, Laura Dern, Allison Janney, Ricky Martin, Josh Lucas, Leslie Bibb, Amber Chardae Robinson, Mindy Cohn, Julia Duffy and Kaia Gerber join Wiig in this ten-episode period comedy.

2. Supersex

Where can I watch it? Netflix

As spicy as its name suggests, Supersex is a biographical drama series based on Rocco Siffredi, an Italian adult movie star who rose to fame in the 1990s before becoming one of the industry’s most recognised…faces. From documenting his humble origins in an Italian village to his career start in the seedy district of Paris’ Pigalle to finding success in the US, this series promises plenty of promiscuity while pulling inspiration from Paul Thomas Anderson’s iconic Boogie Nights.

3. Population 11

Where can I watch it? Stan

A comedy crime thriller inspired by the missing person case of Paddy Moriarty who went missing from Larrimah in 2017, Population 11 follows Andy Pruden (Ben Feldman), an Ohio bank teller who sets off to a tiny town in the Australian outback to reconnect with his father, only to discover he has vanished. Drama and mystery ensue as he uncovers the town’s secrets, with Cassie (Perry Mooney) joining in on the investigation.

4. 3 Body Problem

Where can I watch it? Netflix

There’s pressure, and then there’s post Game of Thrones pressure. Perhaps the most anticipated follow up in television history, everyone has wondered what GoT writers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss would come up with next. The answer is 3 Body Problem, an adaptation of Liu Cixin’s sci-fi novel that explores how a decision made in 1960s China impacts a group of scientists in the present, who must work together to protect humanity from its greatest threat. And what is that? You’ll have to watch to find out.

5. Apples Never Fall

Where can I watch it? Binge

Another day, another Liane Moriarty book adaptation. The Australian author behind Big Little Lies and Nine Perfect Strangers can now add Apples Never Fall to the list, a seven-episode mystery drama miniseries based off her 2021 novel of the same name. Starring Annette Bening and Sam Neill as Joy and Stan Delaney, a married couple whose idyllic family façade unravels when Joy goes missing after a wounded woman knocks on their door.

6. Young Royals Season 3

Where can I watch it? Netflix

The good news is Season 3 of everyone’s favourite Swedish teen drama is finally here, but its arrival is bittersweet as this season will also be its last. Audiences have been enamoured with Prince Wilhelm (played by Edvin Ryding) and his boyfriend Simon Eriksson (Omar Rudberg) as they navigate youth, politics, identity, and royal expectations. Comprising six episodes, Season 3 focuses on the aftermath of Wilhelm’s public declaration of love.

7. Manhunt

Where can I watch it? Apple TV+

Based on the New York Times bestselling nonfiction book from author James L. Swanson, this seven-part true crime limited series unpacks the notorious hunt for Abraham Lincoln’s killer, John Wilkes Booth, after the president’s assassination at Ford's Theatre in Washington in 1865. Starring Tobias Menzies (AKA Prince Philip in Season 3 and 4 of The Crown), this conspiracy thriller will leave you on the edge of your seat, just as the real murder investigation did with the people of Britain.

8. The Signal

Where can I watch it? Netflix

An intergalactic mystery mini-series written by and starring German screenwriter and actor Florian David Fit, The Signal tells the story of Paula, a loving mother and devoted astronaut who suddenly disappears without a trace. Over four cinematically stunning episodes, Paula’s husband and daughter desperately search for answers while looking to the stars for guidance – only to receive a cryptic message concerning a potential threat to Earth. Safe to assume Mercury is definitely in retrograde.

9. The Gentlemen

Where can I watch it? Netflix

A spinoff of one of Guy Richie’s greatest films, The Gentlemen series promises to bring swagger to the screen over eight weed infused episodes. White Lotus’ hot-yet-douchebag-husband, Theo James, plays Eddie Horniman (the joke writes itself), the heir to his father’s estate which he soon discovers also happens to be part of a cannabis empire. If you were a fan of the film and worry the remake won’t do it justice – relax. Ritchie is at the helm as creator, co-writer, executive producer, and director of the first two episodes.

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