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Amazon Prime Video is making great strides to increase its library of original programming, with roughly half-a-dozen original series hitting the platform every month. March brings a wide variety of new Amazon Prime TV shows, from debuting survival thrillers The Widow and Hanna to the final season of dysfunctional British sitcom Catastrophe. With new series rolling out nearly every Friday in March, you’ll never be at a loss for new Amazon Prime TV shows to start binging. If that’s not enough, you can check out our comprehensive guide to what’s new on Amazon Prime in March.
For now, though, here are five Amazon Prime TV shows you need to watch in March 2019.
Amazon Prime TV shows: 5 new series to watch in March 2019
1) The Widow season 1 (March 1)
Georgia Wells can’t get over the plane crash that killed her husband, Will. Maybe that’s because nobody ever found his body. Now, large cash withdrawals are being made in Georgia’s name, and strange footage leads her to believe her intuition was right—maybe Will’s not dead. Armed with this new information, Georgia embarks on a mission across the Congo, dodging corrupt government and deadly mercenaries to find the truth about her long-lost husband.
2) Tin Star season 2 (March 8)
Season 2 of this British-Canadian drama with Christina Hendricks (Mad Men) picks up right where season 1 left off: with Sheriff Jim Worth (Tim Roth) bleeding out in the snowy mountainside, having just been shot by his own daughter. Will there be a reckoning or a reconciliation? Both? This underrated series is worth catching up with.
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3) Catastrophe season 4 (March 15)
“I feel like having kids is like strapping yourself to a Formula One race car, you know? Boom, your life is over. But not in a bad way,” Rob Norris cracks in the trailer for Catastrophe’s fourth and final season. The well-meaning patriarch is doing his best to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, cater to his wife, and grieve the loss of his mother. Sometimes, your best just isn’t good enough, but that doesn’t stop Rob from trying, with often tragic and hilarious results.
4) Hanna season 1 (March 29)
Hanna was raised in the forest and shielded from civilization by her mercenary father, becoming a ruthless killing machine in the process. Now, she’s on the run from a rogue CIA agent who separated her from her father and is determined to learn the truth about her murky past. Hanna’s got to put her skills to the test as she treks across Europe in the hopes of reuniting with her father.
5) Made in Heaven season 1 (TBD)
Step into the world of Tara and Karan, two wedding planners who run the Made in Heaven agency in Delhi. Tara and Karan believe weddings should tell couples’ stories in the most beautiful and unique way possible, and their lavish, new-school celebrations often contrast with more modest Indian traditions. But underneath the glamorous facade, almost everybody has something to hide, and these scandals can’t stay buried for long.
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Bryan Rolli is a reporter who specializes in streaming entertainment. He writes about music and film for Forbes, Billboard, and the Austin American-Statesman. He met Flavor Flav in two separate Las Vegas bowling alleys and still can’t stop talking about it.