Best TV of March 2019: 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...
The fourth season of the hit drama which sees Damian Lewis's arrogant finance mogul Bobby Axelrod face off against Paul Giamatti's tough senior lawman Chuck Rhoades.
In the new series, we find Rhoades and Axelrod teaming up to take down a Russian oligarch and a new kid on the block in the world of finance. For now, it's a truce, but can it last?
Phoebe Waller-Bridge's hugely acclaimed drama returns for a second series in March.
Olivia Colman, Sian Clifford, Bill Paterson, Brett Gelman, Jenny Rainsford and Hugh Skinner are all back to star, while Andrew Scott joins the cast in a key role.
The second series will follow Waller-Bridge's Fleabag as she experiments with religion and tries, desperately, to put her life back together.
Waller-Bridge has made it clear that this is the end of Fleabag, so expect something very special.
TV supremo Ryan Murphy oversees this eight-parter, which is set in late 1980s New York.
Here, we find ourselves immersed in the African-American and Latino ball culture world, the downtown social and literary scene and the nouveau riche. It's fertile ground for an explosive drama.
Starring Evan Peters, Kate Mara, James Van Der Beek, Mj Rodriguez, Dominique Jackson and Billy Porter, the show will run on BBC Two.
Richard Gere, Helen McCrory, Ciarán Hinds, Billy Howle and Elena Anaya all star in this twisty thriller.
Gere plays Max, a billionaire media owner with outlets around the world. Howle is his son Caden, who is being groomed to follow in footsteps. But when Caden's lifestyle begins to spiral out of control, everything Max has worked for is put in jeopardy.
Tom Rob Smith, creator of London Spy and writer on the hit The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
After wowing with its first run, the sitcom returns for another six episodes.
Set during the heart of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, Channel 4’s new sitcom follows 16-year-old Erin as she negotiates the turmoil that is her late teens.
Lisa McGee, writer of Indian Summers and Being Human, is the driving force on this one, while Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Tara Lynne O'Neill, Nicola Coughlan and Tommy Tiernan all co-star.