'Daisy Jones & The Six' and a new season of 'Succession' are about to hit our screens.

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11 Shows You’re Going to Want to Stream in March

'Daisy Jones & The Six' and a new season of 'Succession' are about to hit our screens.

Buckle up. Get comfortable. Make sure the snacks are ready. Because this month, you’re not going to want to leave your couch. (Or bed! We don’t judge where you choose to watch television.) March is shaping up to be an absolutely enormous month for television, with returning favorites and new shows battling for dominance across every genre.

Major series including Ted Lasso and Succession are back with new episodes, while newcomers including Daisy Jones & The Six and Wellmania, starring our very own Celeste Barber, are vying for attention. Basically, we haven’t had a month of television this good in a very long time. Settle in. You’re going to want to watch everything.

Here’s what we’re looking forward to this month.

1. The Mandalorian, Season 3

Where can I watch it? On Disney+

The new month kicks off with a bang, with the return of Disney+’s acclaimed first Star Wars series The Mandalorian. Star Pedro Pascal – who is also currently headlining Binge’s major hit series The Last Of Us – is back in the suit and helmet of the bounty hunter as he attempts to protect his tiny charge Baby Yoda from the forces of evil in a galaxy far, far away.

2. Sex/Life, Season 2

Where can I watch it? On Netflix

The steamiest show on Netflix returns for a second season this month. Sex/Life made headlines when it first premiered in 2021 for its raunchy subject matter of a new mum questioning why she isn’t happy in her stable relationship – and why she can’t stop thinking about the rocky relationship she had with her ex. Starring Sarah Shahi and Australia’s very own Adam Demos – who are now a real-life couple – the show didn’t skimp on sex scenes. And we’re sure season two will follow suit.

3. Daisy Jones & The Six

Where can I watch it? On Prime Video

One of our most anticipated new releases of the year is the adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s bestselling novel Daisy Jones & The Six. The story follows the rise and fall of a fictional rock band, and the tumultuous relationship between its two lead singers, and the series promises to deliver on all the tempestuous chemistry and romance that the book had in spades. Starring Riley Keough as Daisy Jones and Sam Claflin as rock star Billy Dunne, the casting in this show is epic. We’re so excited for this series.

4. Ted Lasso, Season 3

Where can I watch it? On AppleTV+

The very beloved, very award-winning Ted Lasso returns for its third season this month. For many people, Ted Lasso is the ultimate in rewarding comfort viewing as it follows the kind-hearted eponymous American football manager as he attempts to run a down-on-its-luck Richmond club. But there’s much more to this series than fish-out-of-water comedy – though there’s plenty of that, too. The reason people love Ted Lasso so much is that it proudly and earnestly wears its heart on its sleeve, preaching a message of acceptance, openness and resilience.

5. Shadow & Bone

Where can I watch it? On Netflix

Fans of YA fantasy fell hard for the first season of Shadow & Bone, Netflix’s big-budget adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s beloved book series when it was released in 2021. The show is set in a fictional universe torn asunder by a civil war in which a shadow army is held at bay by the magical powers of a young woman who just might be strong enough to save the world. The big bad of the series – known as the Darkling – is played by Westworld’s Ben Barnes and newcomer Jessie Mei Li takes on the role of the young magician Alina Starkov. Anyone who loved Harry Potter as a kid or still misses The Hunger Games will love this, and you can binge the first season before the second is released in the middle of the month.

6. Extrapolations

Where can I watch it? On AppleTV+

The cast of this ensemble series is fantastic: Sienna Miller, Meryl Streep, Gemma Chan, Kit Harington and more. All signed on because of the message of the show, which explores the impact of climate change on our world. Important viewing for our world right now.

7. Class of ‘07

Where can I watch it? On Prime Video

Imagine you’re at the world’s worst high school reunion. Bleak, right? Now imagine that while you’re at said reunion, a cataclysmic event brings about the end of the world as you know it and you are now stuck with your former classmates for the rest of time. We couldn’t think of a better premise for a television show than this new Australian comedy coming to Prime Video and we can’t wait to watch.

8. The Night Agent

Where can I watch it? On Netflix

We’re a sucker for a political thriller, such as Designated Survivor or Homeland, and The Night Agent on Netflix seems like it could be our new favourite in the genre. The plot follows a secret service agent tasked with sitting in a room in the basement of the White House in front of a phone – and hoping that it never calls. When one day it rings, the agent is drawn into a conspiracy that could bring down the whole government.

9. Succession, Season 3

Where can I watch it? On HBO

This is it. The biggest series of the month is here. Succession is one of the most successful and most revered shows on television right now and it will be back with a fourth season at the end of March. Season three ended with the Roy siblings spectacularly at a loss, when their father up-ends their plans to take over the family business and cuts them out with one vote of the company board. How will Kendall, Shiv and Roman right back? We couldn’t be more excited to find out.

10. Yellowjackets, Season 2

Where can I watch it? On Showtime

It was the surprise television hit of last year and now Yellowjackets is returning for a second season. For those who didn’t watch the first season, Yellowjackets is split into two timelines and follows a group of high schoolers travelling to a soccer championship whose plane crashes in the wilderness and leaves them stranded. While we watch their attempts to survive – some of them a little scary – the show flashes forward to the present day, when those who made it home find themselves blackmailed by those who claim to know exactly what happened when they crash-landed.

The dark and twisted tone of Yellowjackets made it a must-watch when it was on television but the real genius of the show was its casting, perfectly nailing the younger and older versions of their characters. With a cast that includes Melanie Lynskey, Christina Ricci and Juliette Lewis, it really doesn’t get better than this.

11. Wellmania

Where can I watch it? On Netflix

If you love Celeste Barber, get ready for her big television debut. The comedian has a Netflix series coming to a small screen near you at the end of the month. Based on the book by journalist Brigid Delaney, it follows a woman who attempts to turn her life around by trying every wellness fad under the sun. Will they make her life better? Will they make it… worse? And what will she learn about herself along the way? Expect plenty of Barber’s trademark wit and silliness in this original Australian comedy, which also stars Remy Hii and Miranda Otto.

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