March break is almost here which means it’s time to scramble and figure out what to do with your kids for a week. Sending all the prayer hand emojis to teachers for what they do every day. Thankfully, Crave has tons of great new content coming this month that’s perfect for keeping kids and teens busy, including digital series, TV shows, and movies like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Skyscraper and Teen Titans Go! To the Movies that the whole family can watch.
The kids have to go to bed at some point, which leaves you free for the very grown-up, very hilarious new seasons of Barry, Veep, and the premiere of the trippy comedy Now Apocalypse.
If you’re in the mood for something heavy, Crave is adding three groundbreaking documentaries, including Leaving Neverland, The Case Against Adnan Syed, and The Woman Who Loves Giraffes.
Check out all these titles and more coming to Crave in March.
Here’s all the best stuff coming to Crave in March
BARRY, SEASON 2March 31
After ending its hugely successful first season on a cliffhanger (did contract killer Barry go through with killing Detective Moss?…end scene), Bill Hader’s brilliant turn as a Marine/actor/murderer is back (along with Emmy winner Henry Winkler). It took decades and a lot more violence than Happy Days, but the Fonz finally got his recognition. Catch up on Season 1 of Barry on Crave now. Crave
WOW HIGH SCHOOL PASS COLLECTIONMarch 8
The only statement parents want to hear even less than “What’s for dinner?” is the dreaded “I’m bored.” Remember when you were bored? Neither do we, but we can help you with an answer to the latter. Just in time for March break, Loser for President, The Girl Without a Phone, Thirteen, Ask Me About My Shirt, Roxanne & The Slam Poet’s Society, Locker Combo, Cheerleaders in Chess Club, Wonderland High and more great teen programming is coming to Crave. And order a pizza. You deserve the night off. Young Actor’s Project
VEEP, SEASON 7March 31
We’re truly going to miss having a horrendous and cruel fictional President of the United States that makes us laugh instead of the real one who makes us cry. Finishing her final term/season as Selina Meyer is the brilliant Julia Louis-Dreyfus, with the entire cast, including Tony Hale and Anna Chlumsky, in tow. We would be sad that Season 7 has been cut down to seven episodes, but no show can pack more beautifully constructed obscenities into an episode than Veep. It’s like the R-rated Gilmore Girls. Crave
LEAVING NEVERLANDMonday, March 3
After years of lawsuits and rumours, we knew this was coming, didn’t we? In the explosive new documentary Leaving Neverland, Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck recount their alleged childhood abuse at the hands of Michael Jackson. The King of Pop is unmasked in the new documentary, which has resulted in a lawsuit from Jackson’s estate. Crave
THE WOMAN WHO LOVES GIRAFFESMarch 8
In 1956, 23-year-old Canadian biologist Dr. Anne Innis Dagg went into the South African wilderness alone to study animal behaviour by observing creatures in their natural habitat. That’s badass. When Dagg returned home to Canada, her career and reputation were destroyed. Discover the largely unknown story about a brilliant and trailblazing scientist in the new Bell Media Original documentary. Crave
THE CASE AGAINST ADNAN SYEDMarch 10
In 2014, the world was captivated by Season 1 of the podcast Serial, written by and hosted by Sarah Koenig. Along with her team of journalists, Koenig amassed hundreds of hours of interviews and new evidence in the 1999 case of Adnan Syed, the Baltimore teen who was sentenced to life in jail for the murder of his ex-friend Hae Min Lee. With the podcast putting the case back in the headlines, the new documentary uncovers even more evidence, continuing to probe amateur sleuths’unanswered question, ‘What’s the deal with Adnan?’Crave
THE MEGMarch 22
We’re gonna need a bigger boat! Wait, wrong movie, but same idea. In The Meg, Jason Statham takes a break fighting bad guys in his car to fight scary sharks in his boat. Statham must rescue a group of divers who are stranded at the bottom of the ocean while simultaneously fending off a 75-foot-shark. If you need us this summer, we’ll be in the pool.Apelles Entertainment
BILLIONS, SEASON 4March 17
The ruthless duo of Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis) and Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) return for Season 4 of Billions, but this time the old enemies are on the same side, working together to take down their shared enemies. If you’re an adult with multiple enemies, at some point you need to question your life choices. Seasons 1 to 3 of Billions are available now on Crave.Crave
NOW APOCALYPSEMarch 10
If you’re looking for a new series that is way left of center, the dating-drugs-and-debauchery filled Now Apocalypse should be on your radar. Already garnering praise, the highly anticipated series stars Avan Jorgia as Ulysses, a man who along with his three best friends is in the pursuit of love, sex, and fame. And weed. Lots of weed.Crave
JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOMMarch 15
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return with fewer high heels and more dinosaurs for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Acting as another reminder why we shouldn’t be too bummed that dinosaurs are extinct, the second film in the trilogy follows Owen (Pratt) and Claire (Howard) as they rescue the remaining dinosaurs before the volcano on Isla Nublar erupts. Like we said, it’s a trilogy, so it’s safe to say some of the dinosaurs, and Pratt and Howard, survive. Universal Pictures
THE LAUNCH, SEASON 2Season finale Wednesday, March 6 at 10 p.m. ET.
CTV’s The Launch is back and even bigger this season, with a new line-up of A-list mentors ready to dish out advice to up-and-coming artists from across Canada. Each week, five artists will audition for the chance to record an original song and have it launched by a team of mentors, including Ryan Tedder, Sarah McLachlan, Bryan Adams, Bebe Rexha and more. Stream new episodes on Crave every Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET immediately following the broadcast debut on CTV.CTV
STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, SEASON 2New episodes every Friday
Following a critically acclaimed first season, Star Trek: Discovery returns with more drama and adventures set a decade before the original Star Trek. This season begins with the Discovery ship receiving a mysterious stellar signal that lands the crew on a planet with an unknown human population. New episodes of Star Trek: Discovery are added to Crave following the broadcast debut on Space.Crave