Rocco Schiavone: Ice Cold Murders Season 5

(Premiering March 1st)

The gunshot accidentally fired by Officer D’Intino has cost Rocco Schiavone a kidney. But he continues as normal; working cases to the bone, to escape his profound sense of emptiness. Yet this time around he starts doubting the few certainties he always had. As the ground slips from beneath his feet, Rocco realizes that his life in Aosta –that he once hated– now feels like his only refuge. 


(Premiering March 17th)

A sharp, affectionate, heart-breaking portrait of Nolly (Helena Bonham Carter), a forgotten icon. Noele Gordon became Britain’s biggest star, but in 1981, at the peak of her fame, she was suddenly axed without warning or explanation. Explore how the establishment turned on a woman who refused to play by the rules, and finally answer the question: why was she fired at her pinnacle?

Alice & Jack

(Premiering March 17th)

When Alice (Andrea Riseborough), a high-flying financier, and Jack (Domhnall Gleeson), a biochemist, first meet, they are bound by a connection so powerful it seems nothing can break it. But a deep and powerful trauma from Alice’s past causes her to reject Jack. Hurting, and missing the absent Alice, Jack finds solace in other, less profound relationships. Married to Lynn, Jack believes he is content. Until Alice gets back in touch.

Donkey Hodie: Volume 11

(Premiering March 1st)

Here comes Donkey Hodie, a little donkey who can do big things! Join her on adventures in the whimsical world of Someplace Else with her best pals Purple Panda, Duck Duck, and Bob Dog as they empower preschoolers to dream big, overcome obstacles, persevere, and laugh themselves silly along the way! This puppet series is inspired by the funny, quirky side of children’s TV pioneer Fred Rogers.

Work it out Wombats: Volume 7

(Premiering March 11th)

Follow the animated adventures of playful marsupial siblings Malik, Zadie, and Zeke who live with their grandmother, named Super, in the Treeborhood — a fantastical treehouse apartment complex that’s home to a diverse community of animal neighbors. The trio use computational thinking, along with their creativity and collaborative spirit, to solve the challenges they encounter and win the day!

Dante: Inferno to Paradise

(Premiering March 18th)
Dante explores the life and legacy of Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) and his soaring masterpiece The Divine Comedy – inarguably one of the greatest achievements in the history of literature. Directed by Ric Burns, the film chronicles the mesmerizing story that unfolds within the poem itself, how the exiled poet managed to create it under the most unpromising circumstances, and its relevance today. 

NOVA: A.I. RevolutionEaster Island Origins

(Premiering March 27th)
A.I. tools like ChatGPT seem to think, speak and create like humans. But what are they really doing? From cancer cures to Terminator-style takeovers, leading experts explore what A.I. can–and can’t–do today, and what lies ahead. Miles O’Brien investigates how researchers are trying to transform the world using A.I., hunting for big solutions in fields from medicine to climate change. 

Additional new titles this month –  Sister Úna Lived A Good Death (March 11th), Lethal Restraint (March 12th), Generations Stolen (March 18th), Dr. Tony Fauci (March 22nd), Crossings (March 25th), The Cancer Detectives (March 26th)

Long Lost Family: Seasons 3, 4 and 5

(Available to binge)

Long Lost Family aims to reunite relatives after years of separation. Presented by Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell, the series offers a chance for people who are desperate to find long-lost relatives. Our searches have uncovered family secrets and taken us all over the world, finding people that no one else has been able to trace and finally answering the questions that have haunted entire lives.


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