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Best TV of March 2020: hmv.com previews five of the best shows...
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Best TV of March 2020: hmv.com previews five of the best shows...

hmv.com previews five of the most exciting TV dramas that will be coming to your screens in March...

 

Westworld

(Sky Atlantic)

 

The third season of the genre-bending drama arrives in March. 

In the new run, which is named The New World, we follow Evan Rachel Wood's in neo-Los Angeles, building a new life, while Thandie Newton's Maeve finds herself in another Delos park, this one with a World War II theme and set in Fascist Italy.

As well as Newton and Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Tessa Thompson, Ed Harris and Luke Hemsworth, while Aaron Paul, Lena Waithe, Vincent Cassel and Kid Cudi join the cast for the new run.

The New World will consist of eight episodes. 

 

Noughts + Crosses

(BBC One)

 

Malorie Blackman's hugely successful dystopian novel gets a lavish six-part series. 

Set in an alternate history where black "Cross" people rule over white "Noughts", in amongst all that, a young man and woman from each side of the divide begin to fall in love...

Jack Rowan and Masali Baduza lead the way, with Helen Baxendale, Ian Hart, Stormzy, Paterson Joseph and Bonnie Mbuli among the supporting cast.

Jay-Z's management company Roc Nation have executive produced the series, with Being Human creator Toby Whithouse is overseeing the scripts. 

 

Babylon Berlin

(Sky Atlantic)

 

The lavish German drama returns for a third run in March.

This time, we find ourselves in 1929 and the Nazi Party’s rise to power has begun with the young republic already falling to pieces.

Amidst all this, Chief Inspector Gereon Rath and his protégée Charlotte Ritter are tasked with investigating the brutal murder of a silent movie actress...

 

Liar

(ITV1)

 

The hit drama returns to ITV in March. 

The series followed Joanne Froggatt's Laura Nielson, a teacher who is set up on a blind date with Ioan Gruffudd's Andrew Earlham, a surgeon who has a son at the school where she teaches.

The date goes badly wrong, and, in the subsequent days after, she accuses him of rape, a claim he denies. 

In the second season, we begin with the finding of Andrew Earlham's body in the Kent marshes. Now there's an investigation into what happened, which forces Nielson to confront the saga all over again. 

Harry Williams and Jack Williams, creators of The Missing and The Widow, return to command this second run.

 

 

The Trip To Greece

(Sky Atlantic)

 

Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan team up for one final trip. 

This time we're off to Greece, with Michael Winterbottom again along for the ride. 

 

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