1. Olivia Rodrigo: Driving Home 2 U (Disney Plus) (Mar. 25)
In this revealing documentary, join pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo on her journey of writing and creating her debut album.
2. Riverdale, Season 6, Episode 6 (CW)
Get ready for a thrilling new chapter, the adventures of your favorite Riverdale characters, in the latest episode of season six. Here, the gang deals with the aftermath of the bombing of Archie’s house, with Hiram suspected of having been involved, and Veronica believing she may have had a hand in things.
3. So This is Ever After by F.T. Luken (Mar. 29)
In this story of true love, as newfound king Arek struggles to find a spouse by his eighteenth birthday, with the threat of being wiped out of existence if he does not, his best friend Matt shows that love may have been right in front of his eyes all along.
4. American Song Contest (Premieres Mar. 22)
Solo artists, duos, and bands alike compete in this elite musical competition hosted by Kelly Clarkson and Snoop Dogg.
5. Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain
On this down-to-earth podcast, Emma Chamberlain invites you to have a friendly discussion about the topics that intrigue her every week.
6. A Million Quiet Revelations by Robin Gow
In this sensational novel, transgender teen couple Aaron and Oliver stumble upon the story of two transgender young men, also in love- who served in the Revolutionary War. This leads the two to find even more unwritten stories about young transgender men, and lessons about claiming one’s place in history.
7. Teenage Therapy
Five friends get together every week on this podcast to discuss the stresses, anxieties, and triumphs of navigating adolescence.
8. Transformers: BotBots (TV show) (Premieres Mar. 25)
This fun-tastic spinoff series follows the BotBots as they roam the mall after closing time.
9. The Dark Knight- Nostalgia Critic (YouTube)
Are you a Batman fan? Look back at the most iconic of the caped crusader’s cinematic adventures with the Nostalgia Critic.
10. King Richard (HBO Max) (Mar. 25)
This Oscar-nominated biopic chronicles the upbringing of tennis icons Venus and Serena Williams, and their training from their father, Richard Williams (Will Smith).