The complete list of new content coming to Peacock in March has been released, and it includes a number of exciting Peacock Originals from both scripted and unscripted categories.
All eight episodes of the drama series Joe vs Carole will be available to stream on Peacock starting March 3rd. Based on the second season of Wondery’s Over My Dead Body podcast, the Etan Frankel-created series follows the life of Joe Exotic (John Cameron Mitchell), the former Oklahoma zoo operator and big cat breeder who was put on trial and sentenced to 22 years in prison for plotting to murder another big cat enthusiast, Carole Baskin (Kate McKinnon).
The entire six-episode season 1 of Bust Down will then drop on the streamer on March 10th. From the minds of Sam Jay, Langston Kerman, Jak Knight, and Saturday Night Live’s Chris Redd, the new comedy series follows four casino employees in a dead-end job in middle America as they attempt to find self-worth in their bad ideas.
Animated children’s series Curious George is also set to return to Peacock next month. The show’s 15-episode season 15 will arrive on the streamer on March 17th.
The Will Smith-produced drama Bel-Air also continues its freshman run on Peacock throughout the entire month of March. The final five episodes of the show’s season 1 will arrive on the streamer every Thursday of the month, starting March 3rd through March 31st.
On the documentary front, Peacock is set to release Perfect World: A Deadly Game on March 8th. The two-part docuseries takes viewers inside the world of gaming as a group of friends is alerted to what appears to be a real-life murder.
For fans of reality TV, Peacock is dropping the first three episodes of Below Deck Down Under on March 17th, with succeeding episodes coming out every Thursday.
Additionally, the two-part reunion of Real Housewives of Miami season 4 is scheduled to arrive on Peacock on March 3rd and 10th.
The Emmy-nominated late-night talk show The Amber Ruffin Show also returns to Peacock for its season 2B starting March 4th.
While the Beijing Winter Olympics already came to a close last February 20th, the games continue on Peacock, as The Winter Paralympics will stream on the platform from March 4th to March 13th.
Lastly, episodes of the new NBC series, including crime drama The Thing About Pam and talent show American Song Contest, will be available to stream on Peacock throughout the month of March a day after their network debut.
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