Beyond Paradise

March on BBC

March on BBC

March on BBC – highlights include Beyond Paradise, The Reckoning, The Graham Norton Show and Secrets of the Jurassic Dinosaur.

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December on BBC

December on BBC

December on BBC – highlights include Time, Call the Midwife, Beyond Paradise, Death in Paradise, The Royal Variety Performance 2023 and Bluey.

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Beyond Paradise

March on Binge

Binge highlights for the month of March include Succession, The Last of Us, Beyond Paradise, Rain Dogs, Better, Sanditon, Bullet Train, Elvis, Superman & Lois and Gotham Knights. Succession (Season 4) Roy siblings Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin) are a united front when this award-winning series picks back up, having formed an alliance against their father, Logan (Brian Cox), in their bid to stop him from selling off Waystar Royco to Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård). Premieres Monday March 27 The Last of Us (Season 1) Things are looking bleak for our reluctant hero, Joel (Pedro Pascal), as this gripping post-apocalyptic saga heads into its final few episodes for season one. Bleeding out after being stabbed, can he be saved by teenager Ellie (Bella Ramsey) or will her biggest fear – ending up alone – finally be realised? Season finale Monday March 13 Beyond Paradise (Season 1) Kris Marshall reprises his Death in Paradise character Humphrey Goodman in this spin-off, which follows the detective inspector as he relocates to fiancée Martha’s (Sally Bretton) hometown of Shipton Abbott, near the Devonshire coast, for a fresh start. But the crime rate turns out to be surprisingly high in this not-so-sleepy town… Premieres Saturday March 4 Rain Dogs (Season 1) Daisy May Cooper stars in this dark comedy from newcomer Cash Carraway as writer and single mum Costello Jones, a woman hustling to survive and provide a better life for her whip-smart young daughter, Iris (Fleur Tashjian), with a little help from her free-spirited bestie, Gloria (Ronke Adekoluejo), and ‘soulmate’ Selby (Jack Farthing). Premieres Tuesday March 7 Better (Season 1) Two decades ago, young police officer Lou (Leila Farzad) struck a deal with Col (Andrew Buchan) that accelerated her career and made Col – who’s now the head of Leeds’ criminal underworld – rich and powerful. Now, as a tragedy threatens her family, Lou’s forced to confront her choices and bring down the man she’s come to love as a brother. Complete season drops Tuesday March 14 Sanditon (Season 3) The final chapter in the adaptation of Jane Austen’s unfinished novel will offer long-awaited conclusions to Charlotte Heywood (Rose Williams) and Georgiana Lambe’s (Crystal Clarke) love stories. Following her shock engagement to Ralph Starling (Cai Brigden), is the door really closed for Charlotte and Alexander Colbourne (Ben Lloyd-Hughes)? Premieres Wednesday March 22 Bullet Train Tasked with retrieving a briefcase on Japan’s bullet train to Kyoto, seriously unlucky assassin Ladybug (Brad Pitt) – who’s determined to put his recent string of bad luck behind him – discovers he’s not the only hired killer onboard the world’s fastest train as conflicting agendas result in a comical bloodbath. Premieres Thursday March 9 Elvis Former child star Austin Butler gives the performance of his career in this Baz Luhrmann biopic, chronicling Elvis Presley’s rise from humble beginnings to become the King of Rock’n’Roll, before his overbearing manager, Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks), tragically drove him to an early grave. Premieres Tuesday March 21 Superman & Lois (Season 3) From Bruno Mannheim (Chad L Coleman) to Atom-Man (Paul Lazenby) and Lex Luthor (Michael Cudlitz), the Man of Steel, aka Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin), and his family will have plenty of villains to contend with when we return to Smallville – picking up weeks after the events of season two, and Superman’s defeat of Ally Allston (Rya Kihlstedt). Premieres Wednesday March 15 Gotham Knights (Season 1) Bruce Wayne’s adopted son, Turner Hayes (Oscar Morgan), finds himself at the centre of the action when his father is killed and he’s accused of murder. Forging an alliance with the children of Batman’s enemies, and with the help of Robin (Navia Robinson), can they clear their names while being the heroes Gotham City so desperately needs? Premieres Wednesday March 15 MARCH HIGHLIGHTS KEY HIGHLIGHTS MARCH 27: SUCCESSION  SEASON 4 PREMIERE Roy siblings Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin) are a united front when this award-winning series picks back up, having formed an alliance against their father, Logan (Brian Cox), in their bid to stop him from selling off Waystar Royco to Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård). Teaser MARCH 13: THE LAST OF US SEASON 1 FINALE Based on one of the world’s most popular video games, the story takes place twenty years after modern civilization has been destroyed. Joel (Pedro Pascal), a hardened survivor, is hired to smuggle Ellie (Bella Ramsey), a 14-year-old girl, out of an oppressive quarantine zone. Features Australian stars Anna Torv and Murray Bartlett. Trailer MARCH 7: RAIN DOGS  SEASON 1 PREMIERE New eight-episode comedy series, from the brilliant new voice of Cash Carraway, is an unconventional love story between a working class single mum, her 10-year-old daughter, and a privileged gay man. Trailer MARCH 14: BETTER SEASON 1 PREMIERE From the producers of Chernobyl and This Is Going To Hurt, the new five-part drama series, starring Leila Farzad (I Hate Suzie) as DI Lou Slack and Andrew Buchan (Broadchurch) as Col McHugh, explores themes of loyalty, family and morality, as well as the power of human conscience. Trailer MARCH 4: BEYOND PARADISE  SEASON 1 PREMIERE Kris Marshall reprises his Death in Paradise character Humphrey Goodman in this spin-off, which follows the detective inspector as he relocates to fiancée Martha’s (Sally Bretton) hometown of Shipton Abbott, near the Devonshire coast, for a fresh start. MARCH 22: SANDITON  SEASON 3 PREMIERE The final chapter in the adaptation of Jane Austen’s unfinished novel will offer long-awaited conclusions to Charlotte Heywood (Rose Williams) and Georgiana Lambe’s (Crystal Clarke) love stories.  MARCH 9: BULLET TRAIN FILM Five assassins aboard a swiftly-moving bullet train find out that their missions have something in common. MARCH 21: ELVIS FILM The life of American music icon Elvis Presley, from his childhood to becoming a rock and movie star in the 1950s while maintaining a complex relationship with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. MARCH 9: NOPE FILM The residents of a lonely gulch in inland California bear witness to

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Rise of the Billionaires

March on Foxtel

Foxtel highlights for the month of March include Selling Houses Australia, Succession, Perry Mason, The Cruise: Welcome Aboard, Beyond Paradise, Sanditon, Better, Rise of the Billionaires, Rain Dogs and Gotham Knights. The headliners Selling Houses Australia (s15) Following a season that was greatly impacted by COVID-19 border closures limiting their ability to film freely around the country, real estate guru Andrew Winter, design expert Wendy Moore and landscaper Dennis Scott return for another bumper round of spectacular home renovations in Selling Houses Australia’s milestone 15th season. Duration: 60 mins x 10 | Premiering Wednesday March 22 at 8.30pm | LifeStyle Succession (s4) With the sale of Logan Roy’s media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson edging ever closer, tensions continue to rise within his family, as Shiv, Kendall and Roman look to the future. Elsewhere, wedding bells are in the air for Connor, while Shiv and Tom’s marriage hangs by a thread. Duration: 60 mins x 10 | Premiering Monday March 27 Express at 1pm, encore at 8.30pm | Fox Showcase The ones you can’t miss Perry Mason (s2) When season two of legal drama Perry Mason picks back up, our titular lawyer has turned his newly acquired firm with Della Street and Paul Drake to resolving civil cases, tentatively forging a new career path while avoiding the drama of dealing with dangerous criminals. Duration: 60 mins x 8 | Premiering Tuesday March 7 Express at 1pm, encore at 8.30pm | Fox Showcase The Cruise: Welcome Aboard If you’ve ever thought about dipping your toe into the world of cruising, then this is the docuseries for you. Cameras jump aboard two new luxury cruise liners aimed at a younger demographic known as ‘wanderlusters’, where the aim of the game is fun, adventure, living your best life and capturing the ultimate selfie. Duration: 60 mins x 8 | Premiering Monday March 6 at 8.30pm | Real Life Beyond Paradise This Death in Paradise spin-off follows DI Humphrey Goodman and his fiancée Martha Lloyd in their new home near the Devonshire coast, as she pursues her dream of running her own restaurant while he heads up a new team on the local force. But if peace and quiet is what they’re after, they’d better think again. Duration: 60 mins x 6 | Premiering Express Saturday March 4 at 8.30pm | BBC First Sanditon (s3) Fans are set for an exciting finale in this third and final instalment of the Regency-era period drama, loosely based on Jane Austen’s unfinished novel. Despite Charlotte’s betrothal to Ralph Starling, her heart still belongs to the dashing Alexander Colbourne. Elsewhere, some new arrivals are sure to stir things up. Duration: 60 mins x 6 | Premiering Express Wednesday March 22 at 8.30pm | BBC First Must-watch entertainment Better From the producers of Chernobyl and This Is Going to Hurt comes this gripping new British crime-drama, starring Leila Farzad as DI Lou Slack – a bent cop who’s finally forced to confront two decades of dodgy deals with powerful Leeds underground crime boss Col McHugh head-on when her son almost dies. Duration: 60 mins x 5 | All episodes available Tuesday March 14 at 11am | On Demand Rise of the Billionaires This fascinating docuseries takes a closer look at five of the tech world’s most formidable titans – Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sergey Brin and Larry Page – from their scandals and feuds to their decadent lifestyles, their meteoric rises to the top and how they came to dominate modern society. Duration: 60 mins x 4 | Premiering Monday March 6 at 7.30pm | Fox Docos Rain Dogs This dark but hope-filled comedy from newcomer Cash Carraway, loosely based on her memoir Skint Estate: Notes from the Poverty Line, centres around four creative souls on the fringes of society – punky-progressive writer Costello Jones, her privileged soulmate Selby, her all-over-the-map pal Gloria and her mature-beyond-her-years daughter, Iris. Duration: 30 mins x 8 | Premiering Express Tuesday March 7 at 9.30pm | Fox Showcase Gotham Knights When Bruce Wayne is murdered and Gotham City swiftly descends into chaos, the Caped Crusader’s adopted son, Turner Hayes, finds himself at the top of the list of suspects. After he forms an unlikely alliance with the children of Batman’s enemies – also framed for his murder – they set about trying to clear their names in this latest spin-off set in the DC Comics Universe. Duration: 60 mins x 13 | Premiering Express Thursday March 16 at 8.30pm | Fox8 March 1  Fox Arena – Dr. Phil (Season 20) 9.30am  Dr. Phillip C. McGraw’s show draws on his 25 years of experience in psychology, sociology and observation. Beginning his TV career as the resident expert on human behaviour on Oprah Winfrey’s daily talk show, Dr. Phil continues to deal with real issues in his blunt style, using his background in psychology to offer helpful advice.  Fox Arena – Skin A&E (Season 1-3) 6.30pm  Top dermatologists in a specialist clinic assist members of the public suffering from a range of skin conditions. They treat cysts, lipomas, undiagnosed rashes and more.  A&E – Trucking Hell (Season 3) 4.00pm  Following men and women working in the heavy recovery business, as they tackle jack-knifed lorries, crashed HGVs and roadside breakdowns.  A&E – Cars That Rock With Brian Johnson (Season 1) 7.30pm  In addition to being the lead singer of AC/DC, Brian Johnson is a car enthusiast who likes to head to racetracks and take the wheel of supercars. Now he’s sharing his passion for vehicles with viewers on “Cars That Rock.”  Real Life – Police Ten-7 (Season 14) 7.30pm  In New Zealand, the term ‘Police Ten 7’ means ‘Police have arrived on the scene’. This unique fly-on-the-wall reality series brims with action as it follows urban cops on the beat.  Real Life – First Responders (Season 1) 8.30pm  The First Responders operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. New Zealand averages 870,000 calls

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Beyond Paradise

March on BBC

BBC highlights for the month of March include Beyond Paradise, Sanditon, Father Brown, Midsomer Murders, Richard Osman House of Games, Louis Theroux: Forbidden America, Wildlife Wednesdays, Supertato and My Pet & Me Teeny Tiny Creatures. Beyond Paradise Australian Premiere Saturdays at 8.30pm from March 4 Available on Foxtel On Demand and Binge Starring: Kris Marshall & Sally Bretton 6 x 60′ This spin-off from the phenomenally popular Death in Paradise follows DI Humphrey Goodman and his fiancée, Martha, as they leave London to start a new life on the Devon coast. Seeking a quieter life away from the stress of the city, Humphrey (Marshall) has taken a job as a Detective Inspector in fiancée Martha’s (Bretton) hometown. However, they soon find that country life is anything but peaceful and Humphrey can’t help but be distracted by the town’s surprisingly high crime rate with a new, and very different, case challenging him and the team each week. The not-so-sleepy town of Shipton Abbott will be rocked by an entire family disappearing without a trace, a woman claiming she was attacked by a suspect from the seventeenth century, the robbery of a highly prized painting, a body bizarrely discovered in a crop circle and a serial arsonist with a seeming distaste for local businesses. As Humphrey gets stuck into his new job, he and Martha must also navigate life’s ups and downs, as faces from the past, the decisions they make and the challenges of setting up life in a new town put their relationship to the ultimate test yet. Cast includes Zahra Ahmadi, Dylan Llewellyn, Felicity Montagu amd Nina Singh. Sanditon – Series 3 Australian Premiere Wednesdays at 8.30pm from March 22 Starring: Rose Williams, Kris Marshall & Crystal Clarke 6 x 60′ The hugely popular period drama based on Jane Austen’s unfinished story returns. Can a now engaged Charlotte come to terms with her feelings for Colbourne? When Charlotte returns to Sanditon with her fiancé in tow, she’s forced to confront her feelings for Colbourne. Can the two keep ignoring their mutual attraction? Meanwhile, Georgiana battles in court to protect her newfound inheritance and the public scrutiny sends her spiralling out of control. Lady Denham rediscovers an old flame from her youth and Edward insists that he’s a new and reformed man – but will Augusta Markham’s fortune be too irresistible a proposition? With a flurry of weddings and failed engagements, will the Sanditon residents find true love and happiness after all? Cast includes Anne Reid, Kate Ashfield, Jack Fox, Lily Sacofsky and Rosie Graham. Father Brown – Series 9 (M) UKTV Premiere Mondays at 8.30pm from March 27 Starring: Mark Williams, Sorcah Cusack & Jack Deam 10 x 45′ The beautiful English countryside is the setting for more charming mysteries featuring the charismatic clergyman sleuth. The year is 1953, and the sleepy Cotswold village of Kembleford is stirred by such dastardly deeds as murder at the local holiday camp and at Lady Felicia’s illustrious New Year Masked Ball. With a killer in his midst, could this be the last waltz for Father Brown? He also faces a race against time to unmask a mystery attacker before pernicious newcomer Lord Hawthorne has him hounded out of the parish… for good! Midsomer Murders – Series 22 UKTV Premiere Saturdays at 8.30 March 25 Starring: Neil Dudgeon, Nick Hendrix & Sinead Matthews 4 x 100′ This series follows Barnaby and Winter as they investigate an urban myth becoming a murderous reality, a post-operative heart rehabilitation club whose members’ dreams of a second chance at life are cut short, a murder mystery weekend, a twisted scarecrow festival and an amateur dramatics company with deadly secrets. Richard Osman House of Games – Series 2 Australian Premiere Mondays at 6.30pm from March 20 25 x 30′ Our presenter really loves games, and now he’s putting all that knowledge to work in this brand new quiz where celebrities go head-to-head in a succession of entertaining rounds of knowledge-based games, all carefully curated by our quiz-crazed host. Each episode, our four famous challengers compete in fast-paced rounds of general knowledge games, selected at random by the press of our presenter’s desk button. The questions in each round reimagine familiar subjects in new ways, lacing the games with moments of strategy that our celebrities can use to gain an advantage over each other. The same celebrities return each day over the week, building up points on the leaderboard as they vie to become the weekly winner. At the end of each episode, the celebrities take on a quick fire round to decide the daily winner, cumulating with the week’s champion crowned at the end of the week. Celebrities this series include Josh Widdicombe, Tom Allen, Rachel Riley, Miles Jupp, James Acaster, Rory Reid and Susie Dent. Louis Theroux: Forbidden America (MA15+) BBC Earth Premiere Thursdays at 9.40pm from March 23 3 x 60′ Louis Theroux returns with a gripping series exploring three controversial corners of American entertainment, and meets those accused of dangerous, toxic, and criminal behaviour. He meets the content creators of the far right and their leaders, who are breeding a fast-growing ‘dissident’ nationalist movement. He meets the rappers striving for glory, those who have risen fast and those who have fallen hard. And as the porn industry grapples with its own MeToo movement, he meets the accused and the accusers. Is justice being handed out fairly? Wildlife Wednesdays (PG) Australian Premieres Wednesdays at 7.30pm from March 1 7 x 60′ Join BBC Earth each Wednesday during March as we showcase an award-winning strand of nature documentaries which bring stories of incredible animal and locations to your screens. These films feature great animal characters and often the filmmakers, vets and researches who have dedicated their lives to their care. Each story offers viewers a unique, engaging and very personal take on the natural world. Fantastic Foxes: Their Secret World – In this unique series, Steve Backshall explores every aspect of fox life: an animal that’s

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