From Sex and the City’s Chris Noth starring in FBI drama Gone to E! hosting Live from the Red Carpet at the Oscars to Disney’s latest musical – you’re not going to want to miss out on these amazing shows.
Into the Badlands
Into the Badlands returns for its action packed second series exclusively on AMC. The show is set in a dystopian future in which feudal barons run amok. A great warrior and a young boy integrate advanced and ancient martial arts to fight for an enlightened place in their oppressed society.
Into the Badlands series two returns Wednesday, March 21 at 9pm on AMC.
Acting veteran Peter Coyote stars in this award winning Canadian mystery drama. When a young boy from a broken home is kidnapped, it turns a sleepy Canadian town into turmoil. The boy’s grandfather (Coyote), a retired judge, blames himself as he gradually realises he is being punished for a dark act he committed decades ago.
The Disappearance continues on Tuesdays at 9pm on Universal.
Big Cat Week – Nat Geo Wild
Move over Shark Week, there’s a new epic week in town – Nat Geo Wild’s Big Cat Week. Expect a week full of intense big cat themed documentaries that highlight the prowess of these majestic beasts at the top of the food chain. Standout docs include Man Among Cheetahs and The World’s Most Dangerous Tiger.
Nat Geo Wild’s Big Cat Week begins on March 12.
Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour
The one and only Ozzy Osbourne returns for his hilarious and surprisingly touching father-son reality road trip series. Travelling across America it’s time for some serious family bonding time between Ozzy and son Jack, as they navigate the open roads of the US and make pit stops at the likes of Texas, Utah and even Hawaii.
Who Do You Think You Are? USA
The Who Do You Think You Are? franchise travels across the pond to investigate the often startling pasts of household name celebrities. Highlights include friends star Lisa Kudrow exploring the tragic past of her European Jewish ancestors and Jessica Biel discovers that her claimed family ancestry is false – but she has another exciting lineage worth exploring.
Who Do You Think You Are? USA begins on Tuesday March 20 at 9pm on W.
Sex and the City’s Mr Big Chris Noth stars in the exciting procedural drama Gone alongside Leven Rambin and Danny Pino. A survivor of a famous child abduction case is roped into a special FBI team that specialises in abductions and missing people cases across the USA. Already a hit in the States, big things are expected from this one.
Gone begins on Monday March 19 at 9pm on Universal.
Live from the Red Carpet: The 2018 Oscars
E! takes you behind the scenes of the 2018 Oscars. Expect fantastic commentary from radio host, presenter, producer and fashion designer Ryan Seacrest. For exclusive interviews and fashion commentary on the biggest movie stars of the world – head over to E! on Oscars night.
Live from the Red Carpet: The 2018 Oscars airs on E! on Sunday March 4 from 10pm.
If you were a fan of High School Musical back in the day or your kids couldn’t get enough of Descendants 2 – you’re not going to want to miss out on Disney Channel’s latest offering – Zombies. A fun zombie-themed musical starring Milo Manheim, it’s about a gang of zombies trying to fit into a normal high school.
Following the hugely successful retrospective series of Only Fools and Horses, Gold looks back at another of the most loved comedies of recent years. Expect exclusive interviews and commentary from the show’s stars Thelma Barlow, Julie Walters and homage paid to its creator, the late Victoria Wood.
Dinnerladies Diaries begins on Gold Wednesday 14 March at 8pm.
The Top Gear trio return for another epic series of the motoring magazine show. This time expect plenty of practical jokes from Matt LeBlanc, plenty of hair raising new stunts and of course new exotics locations explored – including Japan, the US and Portugal.
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