Heres What’s Debuting & Returning in March

From high school dramas to sci-fi escapism this new round of content is worth binging.

As the flowers bloom for March, our favorite shows and movies reflect the new season upon us. With many shows and movies coming to our screens and theaters, we can slowly come out of our seasonal depression and make these experiences a social gathering.

Whether you want to join Paul Atreides on part two of his adventure in Dune: Part Two or stress out over Puleng Khumalo’s newest round of shenanigans in season four of Blood & Water, the new content coming is worth binging. Check out the newest shows and movies dropping to ring in the spring season.

Blood & Water Season 4 (March 1)

We’re back for another season with our faves at Parkhurst College. The gang is trying to move forward after an explosive year, but it seems the drama doesn’t stop, as Puleng is still investigating, searching for whoever made a secret recording that could shake up the entire school grounds.

Dune: Part Two (March 1)

Paul Atreides reunites with Chani to embark on a new voyage as he looks to seek revenge against those who tortured and destroyed his family. As he chooses between love and the universe, we see his growth throughout the journey to restore order.

Kung Fu Panda 4 (March 8)

Po returns for a final excursion as he prepares the new warrior in the village and begins his new path as a spiritual leader in the Valley of Peace. Still, he faces an obstacle when a shape-shifting villain comes to take his staff of wisdom.

Shirley (March 15)

The Netflix original film shows the events of 1972, when the first Black congresswoman, Shirley Chisholm, launched a campaign to become the president of the United States.

X-Men ’97 (March 20)

You’re in for a treat for those who love the Marvel Universe. Our favorite mutants are coming together this March to use their powers to protect the world while facing dangers as to what’s coming in the future.

About the Author: Kenyatta Victoria is the lead writer for Essence GU, working on all things pop culture, politics, entertainment and business. Throughout her time at GU, she’s garnered devoted readers and specializes in the Zillennial point of view.

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