March 2016 TV premieres, specials, finales and more
March 2016 TV premieres include new shows “Underground,” “Hap and Leonard,” “The Real O’Neals” and “Damien,” among many others. Returning series to look out for include “Daredevil,” “Empire,” “Vera” and others.
Yes, it’s another month with a ton of worthwhile viewing. Not only are there new shows to watch, there’s a new network, Viceland, which brings real-life stories, doc style, to the small screen on a daily basis.
On the scripted front, WGN America’s “Underground” turns the story of the Underground Railroad into an action show in which a group of people challenge the South’s system of slavery, escaping to the North and helping others to follow in their footsteps.
“And Then There Were None,” a new adaptation of the Agatha Christie thriller, airs on Lifetime and tells the story of strangers who think they are invited to a secluded island to relax, but instead face treachery and murder.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg, folks, so check out the calendar below. I’ll keep adding as I learn about more premieres.
March 2016 TV premieres
All times Central.
Tuesday, March 1
“The Big Interview,” AXS TV (episode premiere; Phil Collins sits down with Dan Rather)
“Space Men,” PBS (“American Experience” premiere; before NASA space travel Project Excelsior sent Captain Joseph Kittinger 100,000 feet above earth with a balloon)
“What on Earth?” Science (season finale)
“Noisey,” Viceland (series premiere; host Zach Goldbaum takes look at music scenes around world)