Need a new regular series to binge on in March 2019? Here's 5 picks which are coming to streaming and television in the UK.


Home (Channel 4) Series begins on Tuesday 5 March

Peter, Katy and John (Katy's son) go on their first family holiday to France - but their return journey masks a secret. It turns out that Syrian asylum-seeker Sami - has been hiding in their boot!

Their guest learns more than he expects about his adoptive-family, himself and his own family in Europe.

Channel 4’s Head of Comedy Fiona McDermott said, "This is an important story about family, strangers, identity and the fragile ties that both bind us and pull us apart."

Sitcom starring Rufus Jones, Rebekah Staton, Youssef Kerkour

Cheat (ITV) Series begins on Monday 11 March

Following the relationship between a University professor (Leah) and her student (Rose).

It begins as academic deception, but quickly turns much darker - which has a leathal ending. This ending has devastating results for both women.

ITV suggest the show will keep you guessing from start to finish. The series is produced by Two Brother Pictures.

Drama starring Katherine Kelly, Molly Windsor, Tom Goodman-Hill


The Rookie (Sky Witness) Series begins on Thursday 21 March

John Nolan is the oldest rookie in the LAPD, after casting aside his small town life and moved to LA in pursuit of being a cop.

Now with rookies twenty years his younger, he must navigate the dangerous and unpredictable streets of Los Angeles.

Inspired by a true story, the show has been sold to more than 160 international territories.

Drama starring Nathan Fillion, Melissa O'Neil, Afton Williamson



The Order (Netflix) -  Streaming from Thursday 7 March

Jack Morton a freshman at Belgrave University, joins a secret society. As he is thrown into a dangerous game of life or death, he uncovers dark family secrets and a battle between werewolves and the magical dark arts.

Described as a terrifying journey - The Order was created by Dennis Heaton and Shelley Eriksen and is produced by Nomadic Pictures.

Horror starring Jake Manley, Sarah Grey, Matt Frewer


Hanna (Amazon Prime-  Streaming begins on Friday 29 March

Inspired by the 2011 movie, the series will see Hanna living in a remote cave with her Father (an ex-mercenary). She learns survival skills, how to hunt and kill and has extensive knowledge of a world she has never explored.

When a rogue CIA operative comes looking for them, the pair are seperated. As Hanna begins to unravel her past, she meets new friends and old foes.

Action-Drama starring Esme Creed-Miles, Joel Kinnaman, Mireille Enos

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