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Every single must-watch new and returning TV show coming to Stan in March.

March is shaping up to be a good month for people who enjoy staying home and staring at screens because there are now a bunch of exceptional new TV shows available on Stan.

From the ruthless drama Billions to the hilarious second season of A.P. Bio to every single episode of country music drama Nashville, March is very much shaping up to be the month of staying home on the couch.

Here’s every single must-watch new and returning TV show coming to Stan in March.

RuPaul’s Drag Race: Season 11

Fresh from winning five Emmy Awards in 2018, including Outstanding Reality Show and Outstanding Host (for RuPaul), the drag phenomenon returns for an all-new season. Featuring global popstar Miley Cyrus in the premiere episode, season 11 is set to be the most fashionable, fearless and jaw-dropping spectacle in Drag Race herstory.

Released March 1, new episodes every Friday.

A.P. Bio: Season 2

The comedy hijinks continue in the second season, as disgraced Harvard philosophy professor Jack Griffin (Glenn Howerton) remains determined to get out of town and regain prominence in the academic world, using his honour roll students at Whitlock High to help him. Not a single lesson of Advanced Placement Biology will be taught… but that doesn’t mean there still won’t be some lessons to be learned.

Released March 8, new episodes every Friday.

 Now Apocalypse

Written and directed by Mysterious Skin and The Doom Generation helmer Gregg Araki, outrageous comedy Now Apocalypse follows four weird and wonderful denizens of the City Of Angels as they search the neon lit streets in search of love, sex, fame and drugs.

Released March 10, new episodes every Sunday.

Billions: Season Four

Season 4 of Billions takes ambition and betrayal to the next level. After doing battle in a changing world in Season 3, Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) and Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis) are joining forces, as the ever-feuding pair team up to destroy their mutual enemies. Season 4 includes guest stars John Malkovich and Clancy Brown.

Released March 18, new episodes every Monday.

Billions will return to Stan on March 18. Source: Stan.
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Nashville

Nashville takes us into the cutthroat world of the professional music industry, and follows country music legend Rayna James (Connie Britton), and rising star Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere). Both women face personal and professional challenges, while also dealing with their friends and family, as well as the up-and-coming performers and songwriters desperate to claw their way to the top

Every episode released March 29. 

Elementary: Season Five

Holmes and Watson, played by Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu, are joined by John Noble as Holmes's father, as the sleuths set their sights on a shadowy global crime syndicate.

Released March 15.

The Good Fight: Season 2

Christine Baranski returns as feisty legal eagle Diane Lockhart, as the murder rate rises in Chicago and no one feels safe after a lawyer in a rival firm is killed.

Released March 22. 

Doctor Doctor: Seasons Two and Three

Life gets harder for disgraced heart surgeon Dr. Hugh Knight (Roger Corser) as his probation ends and he has to make a big decision... but then tragedy strikes the town.

Released March 20.

Chopper Miniseries

Wentworth star Aaron Jeffery stars as Mark "Chopper" Read in the bloody and shocking story of Australia's most notorious criminal turned unlikely stage star and author.

Released March 7.

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