What to Watch This Weekend


As promised, we are back to revive our TV section of the blog. What is there to there to watch on the television this weekend? Or have you already started the month seeing some great shows and haven’t decided.

Well I’m looking at Metacritic to see what they have and it looks pretty interesting.

Credit source: Metacritic

The Courtship: Season 1 March 6, 2022 The dating reality completive series hosted by Rick Edwards features 16 men seek win the heart of Nicole Remy and the approval of her court (i.e. family) the old-fashioned way with letter writing, archery, fencing, and attending balls at a British 19th century castle.
Shining Vale: Season 1 March 6, 2022 Pat and Terry Phelps (Courteney Cox and Greg Kinnear) move their family from a small Brooklyn apartment into a Victorian mansion with a terrible history in Shining Vale, Connecticut in this horror comedy series created by Jeff Astrof and Sharon Horgan.
The Thing About Pam: Season 1 March 8, 2022 The 2011 murder of Betsy Faria (Katy Mixon) was originally pinned on her husband (Glenn Fleshler) but a retrial soon revealed her co-worker Pam Hupp’s (Renée Zellweger) involvement in this limited series based on the real-life case.
The Andy Warhol Diaries: Season 1 March 9, 2022 The six-part documentary series from Ryan Murphy and director Andrew Rossi looks at A
That Dirty Black Bag: Season 1 March 10, 2022 The spaghetti western drama centers on the eight-day conflict between sheriff Arthur McCoy (Dominic Cooper) and bounty hunter Red Bill (Douglas Booth).
Bust Down: Season 1 March 10, 2022 The comedy from Lorne Michaels follows the antics of four casino employees (Jak Knight, Langston Kerman, Sam Jay and Chris Redd).
The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey: Season 1 March 11, 2022 Suffering from dementia, Ptolemy (Samuel L. Jackson) gets a new teenaged caretaker (Dominique Fishback) and together, they discover treatment that temporarily restores Ptolemy’s memories in the limited series based on the novel of the same name by Walter Mosley
Minx: Season 1 March 17, 2022 In 1970s Los Angeles, a young feminist named Joyce (Ophelia Lovibond) works with a low-rent publisher (Jake Johnson) to start the first erotic magazine for women in this comedy series written by Ellen Rapoport.
Human Resources: Season 1 March 18, 2022 The “Big Mouth” spinoff series looks at the lives of Hormone Monsters, Depression Kitties, Shame Wizards and the other creatures that guide humans through their own lives.
Life & Beth: Season 1 March 18, 2022 An incident causes 30-something wine distributor Beth (Amy Schumer) to look back into her past and reassess who she is in this comedy series written, directed and produced by Schumer.

More March TV:

March 2022 Releases

  1. Week of Mar 6, 2022
  2. Week of Mar 13, 2022
  3. Week of Mar 20, 2022
  4. Week of Mar 27, 2022

That’s what’s going on the small screen for March, but I will be looking at some shows to review.

Enjoy the rest of your Friday, enjoy your weekend, be safe, healthy, and blessed.

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