1. The Adam Project (Netflix) (Mar. 11)
In this adrenaline-pumping sci-fi adventure, a time-traveling pilot must bring together his past self, as well as his late father, in order to put the past to rest whilst saving the future.
2. Tyson’s Run (Releases Mar. 11)
In this inspiring drama, Tyson (Major Dodson), an unathletic young man with autism, prepares to run a marathon, giving his father (Rory Cochrane) a second chance at putting family first.
3. Hey YA (Podcast)
For avid readers, check out this podcast to shoot the breeze about the latest hits, and some of the classic novels as well.
4. Turning Red (Releases Mar. 11)
In Pixar’s latest feature, thirteen-year-old Mei Lee magically turns into a gigantic red bear whenever she gets overexcited.
5. Weekend Family (Premieres Mar. 9)
This new Disney sitcom chronicles the lives of a stepfamily that meets up every weekend. However, once the stepfather finds a new partner, their lives become quickly upended.
6. The Flash (The CW)
For all you Flash fans out there, you won’t want to miss the new episode on Mar. 9. Picking up from season seven, Bart and Nora Fisher, after returning home from their parents’ vow renewal ceremony, realize nothing is what it seems, and race to repair the timeline.
7. Good Trouble, Season 4 (Premieres on Freeform on Mar. 9)
Join the adventures of Callie and Mariana Foster once again with the season premiere of Good Trouble.
8. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Season 7 (Mar. 10)
If you enjoyed the last six seasons of Legends of Tomorrow, then you’ll want to tune in when your favorite superheroes return to save the world in the premiere of season seven on The CW.
9. The Moth Girl by Heather Kamins (Mar. 8)
In this fantastical drama, a young girl named Anna is diagnosed with a rare disease known as lepidopsy, which causes her to exhibit the traits of a moth. She can float, is drawn towards light, and constantly craves sugar. As Anna attempts to cope, her illness draws her away from her family, friends, and even the other kids at the disease clinic she attends once a week. It is a powerful tale of finding one’s inner strength when all is seemingly lost.
10. Chocobo GP (Mar. 8)