Here Are The TV Shows Coming Back To Our Screens In March

Springtime also means binge time

March is here, and a new batch of shows is coming to our screens for us to share our discourse pieces and unload meme packs. From the captivating madness behind stan culture to finding love in the pods, these series’ will have us on the edge of our seats as we enter spring. Check out the new content coming for us to watch. 

YOU (March 9)

Joe Goldberg’s London escape has become one of his most intensified situations in the YOU universe. He’s received a visit from some new and old faces and now has to figure out if he’s truly ready to change or get stuck in his old killer ways. 

Swarm (March 17)

Donald Glover has rallied a dream team of actors like Chloe Bailey and Dominique Fishback for his new show Swarm. The series takes a fascinating plunge into what stan culture has become and how fans can take their love for their favorite artist and turn it into a dangerous obsession. 

Power Book ll (March 17)

Tariq St. Patrick is all grown up and fully into the art of hustle in season three of Power Book ll. Through the trials and tribulations of heartbreak, murder and coming into his own, viewers are ready to see how the college student plans to stay out of trouble. 

Saturdays (March 24)

This Marsai Martin produced show has everything we want to see in Black girlhood, from friendships to skating. The story follows 14-year-old Paris Johnson looking to find herself with her two best friends. 

Love Is Blind (March 24)

Whether you love or hate the show, our Love is Blind pod squad is back to showcase new love stories. We’re ready to pick new favorite couples and write think pieces on what these new flings offer this spring. 

About Kenyatta: Clark Atlanta University and Medill School alumna Kenyatta Victoria is the Girls United writer covering everything from news, pop culture, lifestyle, and investigative stories. When not reporting, she’s diving deep into her curated playlists or binging her favorite comfort shows.

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