What to watch at home this week – March 6 to 12

By Alexandra Heilbron on March 6, 2023 | Leave a Comment

Penn Badgley in YouFind out what’s new this week on Prime Video, Netflix, Disney+, Paramount+, Apple TV+, CBC Gem and more, including the historical drama series The Confessions of Frannie Langton on BritBox, as well as new DVD and Blu-ray releases such as the Academy Award-nominated Women Talking. See the full list of new titles below and watch the trailers. ~Alexandra Heilbron

The Confessions of Frannie Langton – Frannie Langton (Karla-Simone Spence) is brought from her native Jamaica to London in 1826 to work as a servant for George Benham (Stephen Campbell Moore) and his family. She soon discovers a kindred spirit in Benham’s wife, Madame Marguerite Benham (Sophie Cookson) and the two form a bond. When Benham and Madame are found murdered, Frannie is suspected. Debuts March 8 on BritBox.

Karla-Simone Spence, who stars as Frannie Langton and Sara Collins, who wrote the novel and adapted it for the series, talk about The Confessions of Frannie Langton.

Patrick Martins, who plays Laddie, a Black man who was taken away from his mother at a young age to be raised by a French woman in London in The Confessions of Frannie Langton, discusses his character’s secret motivation and his hidden emotion as he meets Frannie and discovers her predicament.

You: Season 4 Part 2 – Starting fresh in London, Joe vows to bury the past and turn over a new leaf. He takes a job as an English professor, but soon finds himself involved in a dangerous game with a group of wealthy, entitled friends, including one who puts him in danger. Debuts March 9 on Netflix.

School Spirits – Maddie (Peyton List) discovers she’s trapped in afterlife limbo at her high school. She’s been missing several days, and searches for her have not yet turned up a body. As Maddie tries remember what happened and how she got there, her friends try to find out what happened. Debuts March 9 on Paramount+ with three episodes, then new episodes weekly on Thursdays.

Luther: The Fallen Sun – A gruesome serial killer is terrorizing London while brilliant but disgraced detective John Luther (Idris Elba) sits behind bars. Haunted by his failure to capture the cyber psychopath who now taunts him, Luther decides to break out of prison to finish the job by any means necessary. Debuts March 10 on Netflix.

Women Talking – In 2010, when the women of an isolated religious community discover who has been drugging and attacking them at night, they’re given an ultimatum. Forgive the attackers or leave. When the men take the accused to the local authorities, the women don’t know if the attackers will be imprisoned, or for how long. They get together to vote on whether to stay and forgive their attackers, stay and fight, or leave. Available March 7 on DVD and Blu-ray. Click here to read our review.

Michelle McLeod, who plays one of the Mennonite women who find themselves struggling with a dilemma in Women Talking, talks about what it was like to work with director Sarah Polley and talented co-stars such as Claire FoyJessie Buckley and Rooney Mara. She also reveals some of the behind-the-scenes movie magic that you’ll see in the film.

March 6
History of the World Part II, New Episodes (Disney+)
Ridley Jones: Season 5 (Netflix)
Tad, The Lost Explorer and The Emerald Tablet (Paramount+)
The Visitor (Paramount+)

March 7
80 for Brady (VOD/Digital)
Across the Line (Paramount+)
Christmas Bloody Christmas (DVD/Blu-ray)
Colette (Paramount+)
The Conductor (CBC Gem)
The Fan (Blu-ray)
Fear (Blu-ray)
Good Will Hunting (Netflix)
IONA (Digital)
Lonesome (VOD/Digital)
Lucky (2019) (Paramount+)
Paw Patrol, New Seasons (Paramount+)
Problem Child (Blu-ray)
Rebroken (Digital)
Rugrats (2021): Season 1, Vol. 2 (DVD)
Second Act (Paramount+)
Wake Up Punk (Digital)
Women Talking (DVD/Blu-ray)

March 8
The Challenge: World Championship, New Episode Weekly (Paramount+)
The Confessions of Frannie Langton (BritBox)
Faraway (Netflix)
History of the World Part II, New Episodes (Disney+)
How I Met Your Father: Season 2, New Episode (Disney+)
Maternal (CBC Gem)
MH370: The Plane That Disappeared (Netflix)
MPOWER (Disney+)
Odd Squad: Eps 21-40 (CBC Gem)
Scream (Netflix)
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2, New Episode (Disney+)
Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 3, New Episode (Disney+)
Survivor, New Episodes weekly on Thursdays (Paramount+)

March 9
History of the World Part II, New Episodes (Disney+)
Hugh Van Cuylenburg: G.E.M (Prime Video)
Liaison, New Episode (Apple TV+)
School Spirits: Series premiere with three episodes, new episodes weekly on Thursdays (Paramount+)
Truth Be Told, New Episode (Apple TV+)
You: Season 4 – Part 2 (Netflix)

March 10
BeBe Zahara Benet: Africa is Not a Country (Paramount+)
Bursa Bulbulu (The Nightingale of Bursa) (Disney+)
Chang Can Dunk (Disney+)
Dear Edward, New Episode (Apple TV+)
Devil’s Peak (VOD/Digital)
The Flash: Season 9, New Episodes (Netflix)
The Forgiven (Paramount+)
The Glory Part 2 (Netflix)
Have a nice day! (Netflix)
Hello Tomorrow!, New Episode (Apple TV+)
History of the Sitcom: Season 1 (CBC Gem)
I Got a Monster (VOD)
If Beale Street Could Talk (CBC Gem)
John Wick (Prime Video)
John Wick: Chapter 2 (Prime Video)
Killer Under the Bed (Disney+)
Luther: The Fallen Sun (Netflix)
Manayek: Season 2 (CBC Gem)
Meanwhile in the Kitchen (Prime Video)
My Girlfriend’s Father (Prime Video)
Outlast (Netflix)
Pendant Ce Temps en Cuisine (Prime Video)
Pie in the Sky: Season 1-5 (BritBox)
Rana Naidu (Netflix)
Real Madrid: Until the End (Apple TV+)
Servant, New Episode (Apple TV+)
Shrinking, New Episode (Apple TV+)
This Land (Digital)
Unicorn Wars (VOD)
UnPrisoned: Season 1 (Disney+)

March 11
The Juno Opening Night Awards: Streaming live at 8 p.m. ET/6 p.m. MT (CBC Gem)
Six: Season 1-2 (Prime Video)
Tokyo Revengers: Season 2, New Episode (Disney+)

March 12
Bob’s Burgers: Season 13, New Episode (Disney+)
Family Guy: Season 21, New Episode (Disney+)
The Great North: Season 3, New Episode (Disney+)
The Simpsons: Season 34, New Episode (Disney+)

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