Marvel’s Iron Fist is set to premiere on Netflix UK on Fri 17 March. Protagonist Danny Rand will be played by Finn Jones of Game of Thrones fame. The show follows the story of a boy who, after losing his family in a tragic accident, is adopted by the people of a mystical lost city. When Rand returns home to New York City many years later, he fights against criminals corrupting the city with his incredible kung-fu mastery and his ability to summon the awesome power of the fiery Iron Fist. He will star alongside Jessica Henwick (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Jessica Stroup (90210) and Tom Pelphrey (Law & Order).
Following a successful first series, Alex Parrish and the team are back. This time around sees Alex training with the CIA following her dismissal from the FBI at the end of the last season. Joined by onscreen love interest Ryan Booth, both characters work undercover at the CIA training facility The Farm to uncover the truth about a secret terrorist organisation working within it. Meanwhile in the future, the G20 summit has been taken hostage by a group of terrorists called the Citizen’s Liberation Front. With Alex nearby, it is up to her to save as many lives as she can, but who can she trust? Priyanka Chopra stars alongside Jake McLaughlin and British star Russell Tovey. The show has already aired in the US but will be coming to the UK on Thurs 2 March at 9pm on Alibi.
Carters Get Rich
Sky 1 premiere a new family comedy this March. The show follows 11-year-old genius Harry Carter, who creates HONC – an app for geeky kids who can’t talk to girls. It quickly becomes the biggest thing in the social networking world and is snapped up by American billionaire Trent Zebriski for £10 million. The Carters are turned into overnight multi-millionaires. Their new found wealth is tricky for the family, so Trent employs his advisor Oliver to help them adapt to the sudden fame and fortune. James Van Der Beek stars as Trent, alongside newcomer Rio Chambers as Harry. It’s a comedy for all the family.
Judd Apatow’s Love returns to Netflix on Fri 10 March for its second series. The story follows two very different characters, Mickey and Gus as the pair struggle with life, love and work. Season one followed the complicated romance between them as they cross paths at pivotal points in their lives. The second series shows Mickey and Gus facing commitment and all that comes with it as they attempt to bring order to their lives. The show is based in part on the show’s creators Paul Rust and Lesley Arfin but whilst they are now married, they say this does not guarantee a happy ending for their on-screen counterparts. Paul Rust stars as Gus alongside Gillian Jacobs as Mickey.
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