New TV to Watch: March 2016

Alyssa Ruiz

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March is an exciting month for TV. There are many new TV series and Netflix series coming out.  

“Fuller House,” a spin off series of the 90s sitcom, “Full House” came out on Netflix Feb. 26. “Fuller House” is a fun comedy, and something to watch especially for fans of “Full House.”  

D.J. Tanner, played by Candace Cameron-Bure, now a widowed mother, moves back into her old house to raise her three sons. Stephanie Tanner played by Jodie Sweetin realizes that she can’t do it all alone and decides to move in to help.  D.J’s best friend, Kimmy Gibbler played by Andrea Barber moves in as well to help with her daughter.

“The Real O’Neals” is a new family comedy that came to ABC on March 2 at 8 p.m. The O’Neals are a close-knit, catholic family living in Chicago. They may seem like a perfect family with the mother, Eileen O’Neal played by Martha Plimpton hosting events for their local church. She is a wonderful wife to her husband, Pat O’Neal played by Jay R. Ferguson, who is a heroic police officer for the community of Chicago. They  have three wonderful kids, two teenage boys, Jimmy and Kenny and a teenage girl, Shannon.

When all their deepest secrets come out, like Kenny coming out as being gay and Jimmy confessing to his family that he has an eating disorder, the family takes a reality check and realizes they aren’t the perfect Catholic family they thought they were.

Will Arnett is starring in a new Netflix original series called “Flaked” that comes out today, March 11. Arnett plays a character named Chip. He is a pathological liar and a self-proclaimed life guru. After getting himself in a web of lies, he tries to stay ahead of the lies. At the same time, he struggles to maintain friendships and stay sober. In eight 30 minute episodes you see Chip’s life unfold, and the struggles he faces in Venice, California.

“The Catch,” an exciting new drama that comes out March 24 at 10 p.m. from the producers of  “Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “How to Get Away with Murder.” Mireille Enos play Alice Vaughan, a private investigator. When her fiance, played by Peter Krause, steals all her fortune and disappears, Alice is determined to seek revenge. No matter what she has to do or the secrets she has to keep, she is determined to catch her man and get back what is rightfully hers.

Hulu has an exciting new drama called “Path” that is coming out March 30. “Path” is starring Aaron Paul, Michelle Monaghan and Hugh Dancy.  A family joins a controversial cult-like Meyerist Movement in upstate New York. Being a part of this cult brings up many struggles and challenges for them involving their faith, relationships and loved ones.

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