Looking for a new television show to watch in March 2018? Here's our four top TV picks.


Seven Year Switch (Channel 4) Series begins on Tuesday 6 March

Bored partners in relationships who are experiencing the classic 'seven year itch'. The partners will swap places with somebody else in the same situation for two weeks.

Will time apart, with someone different, show them how to freshen things up and improve their long-term relationship? Will they share beds whilst on the two week experiment? After all that is decided, they will opt whether to stay together, or move onto pastures new.

Reality starring Lee Valls, Vena Ramphal


Riverdale (5STAR) Series begins on Wednesday 7 March

Based on the characters from Archie Comics, you will have probably seen this advertised by Netflix. The series is now to be on free-to-air television for the first time.

It shows Archie Andrews and friends exploring the surrealism of small-town life in modern-day Riverdale; a town with many dark secrets. The first series begins as residents are reeling from the shock and tragic death of high school lad Jason Blossom.

Drama starring KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes


SMILF (Sky Atlantic) - Series begins on Wednesday 14 March

Bridgette is a smart 20-something lass in South Boston, who is sharing her bed with two-year-old son Larry. She is struggling with money, to control her dreams of being an actress and is single.

This is a funny and frank look at Bridgette as her desires for relationships, sex and a flash career continue to collide with real-life.

Comedy starring Frankie Shaw, Rosie O'Donnell, Miguel Gomez


SEAL Team (Sky One) Series begins on Thursday 22 March

New military drama which follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute dangerous missions.

Deployed worldwide, you will see the hardship of being a SEAL and how it affects their families. Expect true nationalism, arguments and fearlessness.

Drama starring David Boreanaz, Max Thieriot, Neil Brown Jr.


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