Shows not to miss this March!

by - 5th March 2016


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Premieres March 11th

Flaked is a brand new Netflix comedy starring Will Arnett. The plot doesn’t exactly sound like a laugh a minute, based as it is around a recovering alcoholic trying to find himself, but we’re sure that the creator of Arrested Development’s funniest Bluth (after Buster, of course), will be bringing his comic chops to the role of Chip, a Venice Beach stool-maker turned advice guru.

Arnett is also the co-writer and co-creator of the show, along with British sitcom writer, Mark Chappell. All episodes of Flaked are released simultaneously on March 11th.


House of Cards Season 4

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Season 4 Airs March 4th

Frank Underwood returns – Netflix rejoices. Though the last few seasons have never approached the giddy heights of Season 1, we keep tuning in to see if the dastardly Frank will finally, please, get his comeuppance for his double-dealing murdering ways.

One of the great anti-heroes of modern TV, President Frank is running for re-election in Season 4 while surrounded by enemies. The main one being his elegant and willowy wife, Claire, who is set on entering the political arena herself. Season 3 ended with her leaving Frank after one of his violent outbursts and, knowing how much dirt she has on Frank, it will be interesting to see if she uses it to good effect in the new season. Let’s hope Season 4 also includes some of those great ‘breaking the fourth wall’ monologues that Frank is famous for; follow the new season of House of Cards on tvthatrocks to see how it all pans out.

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Marvel's Daredevil Season 2

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Season 2 Airs on 18th March

If you like your superheroes to be fearless, intelligent and blind as a bat, you’ll love Daredevil. The first season got rave reviews for its gritty, dark and almost realistic approach to its fantasy world and for its great cast.

Charlie Cox plays mild-mannered blind lawyer Matt Murdock and his vigilante Daredevil alter-ego to perfection, even though in most scenes his eyes are completely covered by either sunglasses or a mask. Season 1 saw The Man Without Fear defeat his nemesis, Wilson Fisk aka Kingpin, who is now safely locked up in jail.

Season 2 promises more great villains for Daredevil to tackle with the introduction of The Punisher and Matt’s impossibly hot and slightly evil ex-girlfriend, Elektra.

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 mid-season premiere

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Season 3 continues March 8th

As if a new series of Daredevil wasn’t enough, Marvel Universe fans get to rejoice some more with the mid-season premiere of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Season 3 has really ramped up the thrills with a great plot involving the rise of the Inhumans and a plot twist that sees an Inhuman disguised as Ward returning to Earth, after taking over his dead body.

The mid-season premiere, Bouncing Back, will see Coulson trying to defeat Hydra, unaware yet that Ward is one of their assets, and will also see several new characters joining the Secret Warriors.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.