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BURO TV Guide March 2023: ‘The Glory’ Part 2, ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3, and more

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By Marissa Chin

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BURO TV Guide March 2023: ‘The Glory’ Part 2, ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3, and more

This March, the small screen sees the return of many fan-favourite TV shows and films such as the hit Korean revenge drama, The Glory; the sequel of the comedic whodunnit Murder Mystery; and more adventures from the beloved galaxy-trotting duo in the new season of The Mandalorian. New exciting features include Netflix’s upcoming documentary on our very own MH370 and a film exploring the history of an iconic game.


The Mandalorian Season 3 

When and where: 1 March 2023 on Disney+ 

Watch if: You miss baby Grogu

Starring: Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Carl Weathers, Giancarlo Esposito, Rosario Dawson, Wen Ming-Na

Pedro Pascal returns as the Internet’s hottest single dad accompanying his troubled kid on a perilous journey (sounds familiar?). In the newest season of the highly-anticipated Star Wars series, the bounty hunter and his adorable companion Grogu set out to Mandalore to redeem his past transgressions and meet new foes along the way.

Watch it here.


Attack on Titan Season Four: Part Three

When and where: 4 Match 2023 on Crunchyroll

Watch if: You’re a die-hard Shingeki no Kyojin fan 

Attack on Titan is undoubtedly one of the most popular animes in TV history since it first aired in 2013. The horror and dark fantasy drama introduced the idea of man-eating Titans who roam the earth while the rest of human civilisation is protected behind giant walls. One day, the wall is broken by a Titan and Eren Jaeger, together with his friends, must fight to avoid the extinction of their race. Season Four is the show’s final season and the conclusion has been 10 years in the making. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the rest of the season as Part Two ended on a huge cliffhanger with Eren starting The Rumbling. The final conclusion will be split into two parts, with Part Three airing a one-hour special and Part Four airing sometime later this year. It will be an exquisite show of action, drama and tragedy. 

Watch it here.


MH370: The Plane That Disappeared 

When and where: 8 March 2023 on Netflix

Watch if: This case still haunts you to this day 

Malaysians will remember the day the nation woke up to the news of flight MH370 vanishing into thin air in 2014. Carrying 239 passengers including five children and more than ten nationalities, the disappearance of the Boeing 777-200ER became the world’s biggest airline mystery. Netflix’s latest documentary series—which will premiere exactly nine years after the vanishing—will examine the media circus that followed and explore the biggest conspiracy theories on a quest for answers.

Watch it here.


The Glory: Part Two

When and where: 10 March 2023 on Netflix

Watch if: You can’t wait to see Dong-Eun take down her bullies

Starring: Song Hye-Kyo, Im Ji-Yeon, Lee Do-Hyun, Jung Sung-Il, Park Sung-Hoon, Cha Joo-Young, Kim Hieora

Part One of the hit revenge drama left viewers on a cliffhanger but not to worry, you’ll be able to see Dong-Eun exacting her plan of vengeance very soon! Judging from the trailer, it’s clear the drama will be ramping up its intensity and the stakes are higher than ever before. Will Dong-Eun have the final word or will her perpetrators get away once more?

Watch it here.


Luther: Fallen Sun 

When and where: 10 March 2023 on Netflix

Watch if: Idris Elba’s role as a detective got you feeling some type of way…

Starring: Idris Elba, Andy Serkis, Cynthia Erivo, Dermot Crowley

Elba stars as John Luther, a brilliant but disgraced detective who sits behind bars while a serial killer terrorises London. Haunted by his failure to capture the psychopath who now taunts him, Luther decides to break out of prison to hunt down the sadistic killer once and for all.

Watch it here.


Shadow and Bone: Season Two

When and where: 16 March 2023 on Netflix 

Watch if: Ben Barnes’ villain role also has you feeling some type of way…

Starring: Jessie Mei Li, Ben Barnes, Archie Renaux, Freddy Carter, Anita Suman, Kit Young

At the end of Season One, Sun Summoner Alina Starkov realised that the danger for her has only just begun. General Kirigan is back and stronger than ever with his unbeatable army of shadows. To stand a chance against him, Alina and her BFF Mal must rally powerful new allies of their own and go on a quest to find two mythical creatures that will amplify her powers. This new season, watch Alina and the Crows take on the Shadow Fold and find new romance and friendships along the way.

Watch it here.



When and where: 17 March 2023 on Apple TV+

Watch if: You’re passionate about climate change 

Starring: Meryl Streep, Edward Norton, Tobey Maguire, Kit Harrington, Daveed Diggs, Matthew Rhys, Sienna Miller, Gemma Chan, Forest Whitaker, Tahar Rahim, Kerry Russell, Heather Graham, David Schwimmer 

Brought to you by the writer and director of Contagion and An Inconvenient Truth, Scott Z. Burns presents another inquisitive and explorative drama about the human condition and the world around us. Told over a season of eight interconnection episodes, Extrapolations features a star-studded lineup and introduces a near future where the chaotic effects of climate change have become embedded into our everyday lives. Each interwoven story will tell a tale of love, work, faith and family set in a time when the planet is changing faster than the population. While each story is different, the fight for our future remains universal. But is it too late to fix the problems of our own doing?

Watch it here.


Boston Strangler 

When and where: 17 March 2023 on Disney+ Hotstar

Watch if: You can’t get enough of true crime content

Starring: Kiera Knightley, Carrie Coon, Alessandro Nivola, Chris Cooper, David Dastmalchian, Robert John Burke, Morgan Spector, Bill Camp

This upcoming true-crime thriller tells the story of how trailblazing reporters broke the story of the notorious Boston Strangler in the 1960s and ultimately led to his arrest. Knightley plays Loretta McLaughlin, the first journalist who finds a connection between the string of murders to the infamous serial killer. While she and her confidant Jean Cole attempt to investigate the case, they are also faced with rampant sexism. Not one to give up, the two bravely pursue the story while putting their lives on the line to uncover the truth. 

Watch it here.


In Search for Heat 

When and where: 18 March on the Asian Food Network (Ch 709 HD) and Astro on Demand 

Watch if: You love spice

Starring: Kevin Lee 

Malaysians are known to love all things spicy so this new food show should be right up your alley! Private chef and photographer Kevin Lee will go on a journey to discover and re-learn the wonders of chilli. From meeting inspiring people to understanding our heritage with this ingredient, Lee will explore adventurous new ways to use chilli and understand our insatiable love affair with heat.


The Big Door Prize 

When and where: 29 March 2023 on Apple TV+

Watch if: You ever wondered about your true potential 

Starring: Chris O’Dowd, Gabrielle Dennis, Ally Maki, Josh Segarra, Damon Gupton, Crystal Fox, Djouliet Amara, Sammy Fourlas

If you came across a machine that could tell you what your true life potential is, would you want to know? Such is the premise of Apple TV’s upcoming comedy series. Based on M.O. Walsh’s novel of the same name, The Big Door Prize tells the story of a small town that is forever changed when a mysterious machine appears in a general store, promising to reveal each resident’s true life potential. When a simple and seemingly content family man and high school teacher Dusty Hubbard watches everyone around him reevaluate their life choices based on the machine’s printouts, he’s forced to question whether he is truly happy or not. Can you still find real happiness despite all your unfulfilled achievements and goals? 

Watch it here.


Engineering Reborn 


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When and where: 30 March on UnifiTV channel 501, Astro channel 554 and BBC Player

Watch if: You’re kind of a nerd for buildings and structures 

Starring: Rob Bell

Did you know that the renowned Tate Modern gallery was once a power station? Or that the St. Louis’ train station was reborn as America’s biggest aquarium? Presented by Rob Bell, this series will reveal the mind-blowing challenges, compelling stories and insights from world-renowned experts behind the making of these engineering marvels. From start to finish, viewers will get an inside look at what it takes to transform these feats of engineering into icons all around the world.

Watch it here.


Murder Mystery 2 

When and where: 31 March 2023 on Netflix 

Watch if: You’re a wannabe detective too

Starring: Jennifer Anniston, Adam Sandler, Mark Strong, Mélanie Laurent, Adeel Akhtar, Kuhoo Verma, John Kani, Jodie Turner-Smith

After Nick and Audrey Spitz miraculously solve the case from the first movie, the lovable couple returns in the sequel—as full-time detectives! In the midst of trying to get their private eye agency off the ground, the two find themselves at the centre of an international abduction after their friend is kidnapped at his own wedding. Will Nick and Audrey find the culprit in this comedic whodunnit? Tune in to find out!

Watch it here.



When and where: 31 March on Apple TV+

Watch if: You were/are obsessed with Tetris 

Starring: Taron Egerton, Nikita Efremov, Toby Jones, Rick Yune, Miles Barrow, Ayane, Sofya Lebedeva, Ben Miles, Roger Allam

At one point, everyone was addicted to Tetris. The iconic four-blocked game was on everybody’s PC and Nintendo console—but how did it get there? Tetris tells the unbelievable story of one of the world’s most popular video games when Henk Rogers discovers Tetris in 1988 and risks travelling to the Soviet Union to meet the Russian inventor in a bid to bring the game to the masses. Tensions are high during this Cold War era so expect a thriller with double-crossing villains, unlikely heroes and nail-biting action. Like when you’re playing the game, you’ll be glued to the screen.


Watch it here.


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