Netflix is beyond a shadow of a doubt one of the best places to go to if you’re looking for good television, and this month is one of the strongest we’ve seen in terms of what the streaming service has on offer. We’ve picked out five of the best TV shows available this month that you should be watching, so you don’t have to go digging through the thousands of options available! Take our advice and indulge in those listed below…

5. Designated Survivor, Season 1 Part 2, Every Thursday

Kiefer Sutherland stars in this incredibly tense political drama, which sees almost the entirety of the US government wiped out when a bomb hits the night of the State of the Union address. With the country in turmoil, the ‘Designated Survivor’ has to step in to replace the former President of the United States, which is in this case the US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Tom Kirkman (Sutherland). Immediately sworn in as President, he’s thrust into one of the most dangerous political games of power that the country has ever seen. Episodes are uploaded every week immediately following their broadcast in the US.

4. Riverdale Season 1, Every Friday

Based on the Archie comic book series, Riverdale follows Archie Andrews (KJ Apa), a conflicted teen who’s a little unsure about his future. That’s not the only inner turmoil he’s dealing with, and when former school colleague Jason Blossom is found washed up on the shore with a bullet hole in his head, a massive murder mystery kicks off that pulls Archie and all of his friends right in. A compelling and exciting drama that tackles an incredible amount of topical subjects.

3. Love Season 2, Available Now

Judd Apatow’s single-camera comedy Love came out of nowhere this month, returning to Netflix for a second season and offering more of the same that came before it. Bringing a realistic look at dating to the world of television – something we don’t often see – the series has already been renewed for a third season. Check out Season 2 now in its entirety if you’re looking for an entertaining show like no other.

2. Guilt Season 1, March 22

Set in London, Guilt follows the story of an American woman who becomes the prime suspect in her roommate’s brutal murder. Reviews coming in from America are a little middling, but it looks to be a show sure to please anyone who enjoys the darker side of television. Daisy Head stars in the lead role of student Grace Atwood, who struggles with convincing even those closest to her when she professes her guilt. A show full of twists and turns that will have you on the edge of your seat.

1. Grace and Frankie Season 3, March 24

Returning for its third season, Grace and Frankie is sure to have you laughing through all of its new episodes. It’s hard to believe that the show started back in 2015, but it’s true! Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin lead in the titular roles – two wives that lost their husbands to one another’s love, when they discovered they were in fact in love with one another rather than their significant others. Trying to live together having spent their lives never really liking one another, Grace and Frankie is a show about sisterhood and how women in the toughest circumstances can come together, put their differences aside and help each other navigate life’s biggest pitfalls. Real feel-good television.


Other big shows coming to Netflix this month include Iron Fist, Greenleaf and One More Time. Let us know which series you’re enjoying in the comments!

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