As we fall into the third week of March, we have an abundance of entertainment coming up this week! But for those who need a guide to see what’s new, we’re here to help you!
Shazam! Fury of the Gods – 3/17
Shazam! Billy Batson is back as the legendary superhero, Shazam on Shazam! Fury of the Gods! This upcoming superhero film features more of Billy’s adventures, where he must fight against the Daughters of Atlas with his foster siblings and stop them from using a destructive weapon to save the world. To those wanting to see more of Shazam, catch the movie in theatres on March 17th!
Aly & AJ – With Love From – 3/15
For those who watched the Disney Channel, there’s a high chance you’ll recognize this duo. Alyson and Amanda Joy (better known as Aly & AJ) will release their upcoming album With Love From on March 15th! The tracklist will consist of songs such as After Hours and Blue Dress, including a few unreleased songs such as Tear the Night Up, and Way of Nature, Way of Grace featuring Joy Oladokun. For those eager to hear more from this duo, check out the album’s release on March 15th!
Gotham Knights – 3/14
The billionaire Bruce Wayne has been murdered, and the only way to keep Gotham City safe is to band together a group of fugitives to save it. Gotham Knights star Bruce’s adopted son, but with a twist. Instead of relying on heroes, he creates an alliance with the children of Batman’s enemies. To learn more of what lies behind this story, watch this next generation of fugitives on the CW Network on March 14th!
Hozier – Eat Your Young EP – 3/17
Those who know the song Take Me To Church, Hozier is back with his latest EP, Eat Your Young! The EP’s tracklist will contain music such as Eat Your Young, so for those who love the blues, gospel, and soul music, be sure to check out his album on March 17th!
Wildflower – 3/17
For those who are fans of the coming-of-age genre, Wildflower follows the adventures of Bea Johnson. A film based on real; events, watch as she navigates through life from birth through graduation as she’s with her intellectually disabled parents and an extended family who isn’t sure how to help in the best way possible. The movie will release on March 17th, so if you’re interested, mark it on your calendars!
Good Trouble Season 5 Premiere – 3/16
The gang is back! Good Trouble will be premiering its 5th Season on Hulu, and things are piling up from Season 4. We have Isabella and her baby with Gael, Mariana with Jenna, and more of what Season 5 will venture through. Be sure to catch the premiere on March 16th!
All Time Low – Tell Me I’m Alive – 3/17
From the band who brought Monsters and Wake Up, Sunshine, All Time Low returns with their ninth studio album! This pop-punk band will release this album on March 17th with songs such as Modern Love and Sleepwalking, including unreleased songs such as Are You There? and The Sound of Letting Go. For those who hold a love for pop-punk music, be sure to keep an eye out for the album’s release!
A Long Stretch of Bad Days by Mindy McGinnis – 3/14
For those who are fans of the award-winning author Mindy McGinnis, and are fans of titles like The Cheerleaders and A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, A Long Stretch of Bad Days is just right for you! The story stars two girls, Lydia Chass, and Bristal Jamison. When the two girls form an unexpected partnership and work together to gain a single credit to graduate, the two remake their towns’ podcast to investigate the natural disasters that surround the town, including an unsolved murder. When their investigation ends up unearthing some dark secrets and causing some looming threats, it’s up to the girls to find the truth before the town’s dark history catches up to them. The book will release on March 14th!
Tei Shi – BAD PREMONITION – 3/17
Fans of Tei Shi, the wait for her latest album is over. BAD PREMONITION will contain titles such as GRIP and BAD PREMONITION, with unreleased titles such as MONA LISA and COLOR. Fans who appreciate Tei Shi’s approach to indie pop and R&B, check out her album on March 17th!
Ravensong by Cayla Fay – 3/14
Here’s a duology series that’s described to be a fusion of Celtic mythology and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Ravensong stars Neve, a demigod who has yet to release her full, divine power and finds herself still stuck in high school. Upon meeting Alexandria, however, Neve decided that humanity isn’t so bad after all. But when a looming threat from Hell wants its hands on Alexandria, it’s up to Neve to save her before Alexandra’s past ends up devouring her and her sisters whole. The first book of this duology will release on March 14th!