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Dance Delights and Royal Revelations: This Week’s Must-Watch TV Picks!

What to Watch the Week of March 3

What to Watch the Week of March 3


Stay tuned for the latest updates on your favorite shows and docuseries!

So You Think You Can Dance Season 18

This week marks the return of So You Think You Can Dance for its revamped season 18. Hosted by Cat Deeley, the new season features beloved dancers and choreographers Allison Holker and Maksim Chmerkovskiy as judges, alongside JoJo Siwa. Holker, in a recent interview, shared her deep connection to dance and the added purpose it holds for her. The new season promises to inspire viewers with its fresh approach.

NatGeo’s Docuseries Queens

Another highlight of the week is National Geographic’s Queens docuseries. This compelling show focuses on the remarkable female animal kingdoms worldwide and the challenges they face in protecting their environment and families. Notably, the series is produced by a female-led crew, showcasing the strength and resilience of these incredible creatures. Don’t miss this groundbreaking and inspiring series!

Additional Recommendations

  1. The Regime (HBO): Kate Winslet stars in this political drama series set in a modern European regime.

  2. Damsel (Netflix): Millie Bobby Brown leads in this captivating film about a damsel in distress.

  3. The Bachelor (ABC): Hometowns heat up in the latest episode of this popular reality show.

Upcoming Schedule

Sunday, March 3

The Regime (HBO/Max): Starring Kate Winslet, this political drama premieres at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT.

Monday, March 4

  1. The Bachelor (ABC): Hometowns episode airs at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

  2. So You Think You Can Dance (Fox): Season 18 premiere at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

  3. Queens (National Geographic): Three episodes premiere at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT.

Tuesday, March 5

Queens (Disney+/Hulu): All episodes available for streaming on Disney+ and Hulu.

Wednesday, March 6

2024 Billboard Women in Music Awards: Streaming on with host Tracee Ellis Ross.

Thursday, March 7

  1. The Gentlemen (Netflix): Theo James stars in this British crime series.

  2. Hot White Heist (Audible): A queer action-comedy returns with a star-studded cast.

  3. Poor Things (Hulu): Yorgos Lanthimos film starring Emma Stone available for streaming.

Friday, March 8

  1. First Time Female Director (The Roku Channel): Chelsea Peretti’s film premieres.

  2. Cabrini (Angel Studios): Biopic about Francesca Cabrini in theaters.

  3. Wonka (Max): Timothée Chalamet stars in this Warner Bros. film.

  4. Damsel (Netflix): Millie Bobby Brown leads in this intriguing film.

Stay updated on all the latest entertainment news and releases. Don’t miss out on your favorite shows and movies!

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