Premieres For The Week Of March 14th, 2021

We have everything airing on TV and on streaming this week, including ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’, ‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’, ‘Expedition: Back to the Future’, ‘Justive League: The Snyder Cut’, ‘The Grammy Awards’ and more!

Briana Phipps

AfterBuzz TV Producer, Host & Writer
Posted On: March 14th, 2021 10:35 am pst

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Premieres for the week of March 14th

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We’re half way through March and officially a year into quarantine. What better way to “celebrate” than with new shows and films.

Keep reading to see everything premiering this week.

Sunday March 14th 

63rd Annual Grammy Awards

The music award show returns with Trevor Noah hosting. The ceremony was originally supposed to take place in January, but was pushed back due to the pandemic. The show will be streaming from the Los Angeles Convention Center instead of the Staples Center, where it usually takes place. Some performances will be live, while others were pre-taped, though all were filmed with Covid safety precautions taken. The ceremony will air at 8pm ET on CBS.

Monday March 15th

America’s Most Wanted

The show, which delves into the crimes of some of America’s top fugitives returns. Elizabeth Vargas will head the show that has been off the air for almost 10 years. She will coordinate with experts in various fields to encourage viewers at home to help solve some of the toughest cases. The show will feature reenacted crimes by utilizing new state-of-the-art crime-fighting technology, such as augmented reality and 3-D life-size avatars that will illustrate what suspects might look like now, pinpoint map-tracking. New episodes will air every Monday at 9pm ET on FOX.

Bulletproof 

Season 3 sees the leads headed out on what they think is a much needed vacation. However, things take a turn for the worse when a girl is kidnapped and they need to dive into the criminal scene in Cape Town to find her. New episodes air every Monday at 8pm ET on the CW.

Expedition: Back to the Future

In the new series, Josh Gates and the amazing Christopher Lloyd team up to find one of the silver screens most iconic possessions, The DeLorean Time Machine. They will travel across America, while discussing on of the most iconic film trilogies ever created. If they are able to track it down, their plan is to deliver it to the Michael J. Fox Foundation. The series will be 4 episodes long, which will all be available on Monday March 15th at 3:01am ET on Discovery+.

Intervention

The popular help aid show returns for its 22nd season. The season will take place in one of America’s biggest party cities, Las Vegas. Ken Seeley, Michael Gonzales, Vance Johnson, Dave Marlon and Leticia Murphy will work with families to try and help people realize and overcome their substance abuse issues. The premiere will be two hours long and their will be 7 episodes in total. New episodes will air every Monday at 10pm ET on A&E.

The Lost Pirate Kingdom

The new series follows the real life pirates of the Caribbean. The reality series shows as the pirates plunder and take riches from around the globe and form a surprisingly egalitarian republic. The first season will be available on Monday March 15th at 3:o1am ET on Netflix.

Xero Chill

Drama comes to a family when they have two children in ice sports but need to favor one. A talented figure skater Natalie is forced to leave everything behind when her brother, Mac, is accepted to a prestigious hockey academy. Her and her family have to pack up and put everything on the line. The entire first season is available on Monday March 15th at 3:01am on Netflix.

Tuesday March 16th

The Blended Bunch

The new love story series premieres. The show features Erica, a mother of 7 who lost her husband to cancer, and Spencer, a father of 4 who lost his wife in a car crash. The two found each other in an online support group and were married within 13 months. Now the two are trying to blend their families under one roof, while also enjoying their time as newlyweds. New episodes air every Tuesday at 9pm ET on TLC.

Holmes Family Effect

The new series follows Mike Holmes, his daughter Sherry, and son Michael, as they help transform lives and spaces. Each episode will focus on a different project, from a neglected school, to rundown youth center. The season will be 4 episodes long airing over a 2 week period. 2 episodes will air each week at 8pm ET on FOX.

Mayans MC

The 3rd season of the Sons of Anarchy spinoff premieres. The series sees EZ in his quest for the American dream that draws further away due to the violence at the border. He tries to find a new identity for himself while his vengeance leads him into a life he never expected. The premiere will be 2 hours long with new episodes airing every Tuesday at 10pm ET on FX.

Staged

The comedy series airs its 2nd season. The series stars Martin Sheen and David Tennant as actors whose West End play has been put on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, their director sees no reason why they still shouldn’t rehearse through online platforms. The entire season will be available on Tuesday March 16th at 12:01am ET on Hulu.

Waffles + Mochi 

The new series follows puppets Waffles and Mochi as they travel the world to learn about food and culture. The pair are joined by former first lady Michelle Obama to help educate kids about healthy eating. The entire season will be available on Tuesday March 16th at 3:01am ET on Netflix.

Wednesday March 17th

Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal

The new special takes a deep dive into the college admissions scandal headed by Rick Singer. Series of events will be reconstructed using wire taps and FBI transcripts. It will explore how Singer was able to rise from a college counselor to being able to help the underperforming rich and elite’s children get into college. The documentary will be available on Wednesday March 17th at 3:01am ET on Netflix.

Thursday March 18th

B: The Beginning

The anime’s 2nd season airs. The series sees investigator Keith Flick rejoin the royal police force as a new series killer, “B”, emerges. The entire season will be available on Thursday March 18th at 3:01am ET on Netflix.

Keeping Up With the Kardashians

The final season of the hit reality show premieres. The Kardashian-Jenner clan finish out the show they have been taping for 20 seasons. From new babies to divorce we will see all the drama and love within the family, as well as their emotions as they say goodbye to the show that has been such a huge part of their lives. New episodes will air every Thursday at 8pm ET on E!.

Overserved With Lisa Vanderpump

The Housewives spinoff makes its debut. The series serves as the ultimate dinner party as Lisa Vanderpump invites celebrity guests to a night of cocktails, games, and delicious meals made by the host herself. Each evening will feature a different theme and feature amazing conversations that spill all the tea! New episodes will air every Thursday at 10pm, with the first episode airing at 9pm ET on E!.

Waka & Tammy: What the Flocka

Season 2 of the show that features one of Hip Hop musics biggest couples premiers. The two’s relationship is tested when the pandemic hits forcing the family to stay at home and lose out on financial opportunities, while also navigating their teen daughter. New episodes will air every Thursday at 9pm ET on WE.

Zach Snyder’s Justice League

The long awaited Snyder cut finally makes its debut. The directors cut will last 4 hours and hope to redeem the original version that was heavily criticized at the box office. Joss Whedon finished the original version due to Zach Snyder having to step down for personal reasons. The film will be available to watch on Thursday March 18th at 3:01am on HBO Max.

Friday March 19th 

Calls

The audio only television series makes its debut. The episodes will be 12 minutes long and will be aired in the form of phone calls. The series is adapted from a French series and will feature the voices of features the voices of Nick Jonas, Lily Collins, Pedro Pascal, Nicholas Braun, Rosario Dawson, Danny Pudi, Aubrey Plaza, Ben Schwartz, Riley Keough, Karen Gillan, and more. The season will be 9 episodes long with the entire season being available at 12:01am ET on Apple TV+.

Country Comfort

The new series sees a country singer, played by Katherine McPhee, have to take up a job as a nanny for 5 children after she faces a setback in her career. However, everything isn’t as bad as it seems as her new employer happens to be a very handsome widower. The season will be 10 episodes long with the whole season being available on Friday March 19th at 3:01am ET on Netflix.

Cypher

The new series marks a first for Roku. The show follows FBI cryptanalyst, Will Scott as he cracks a coded document which turns out to be a hit list. He’s caught between two worlds as the hitmen want their list back. The season will be 7 episodes long with all the episodes available at 3:01am ET on Roku.

Everything But the Home

The new series sees Lara Spencer help homeowners declutter their houses and make a profit doing it. Spencer and a team will scour the homes looking for valuable items to be listed at auction. New episodes will air every Friday at 9pm ET on HGTV.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

The long awaited Marvel series premieres. The show was pushed back due to the pandemic but is finally hitting our screens. The series follows Bucky Barnes, AKA The winter Soldier, and Sam Wilson, AKA Falcon, as their lives continue without their best friend, Captain America. The show will be 6 episodes long with a new episode airing every Friday at 3:01am ET on Disney+. As of now the show is slated as a mini-series, although that could change in the future.

Formula 1: Drive to Survive

Season 3 of the reality series premieres. The show follows, drivers, managers, and team owners navigate during the Formula 1 racing season. The entire season will be available on Friday March 19th at 3:01am on Netflix.

Gold Rush: Dave Turin’s Lost Mine

The 3rd season of the reality series makes its debuts. Miner Dave Turin returns but with difficulties continuing his Alaskan mining during the pandemic, so instead he is forced to turn to Colorado as he attempts to find the gold the past missed. New episodes air every Friday at 8pm ET on Discovery.

Saturday March 20th

Portals to Hell

The reality series returns for its 3rd season. The show follows Jack Osbourne, Katrina Weidman, and a team of professionals investigate locations they suspect are gateways to the spirit world. They look for paranormal activity and search for answers about the afterlife. The season will be 9 episodes long with new episodes airing every Saturday at 3:01am on Discovery+.

What are you most excited to watch? Let us know in the comments

About The Author:

Briana Phipps is a host, producer, and scheduling coordinator for AfterBuzz TV. She is currently the host for Teen Mom News Weekly and is your go to for all things Broadway! Whether you want to discuss intense TV dramas, the latest reality scoops, or the best guilty pleasures to watch she’s got you covered!

Founded by Emmy winning journalist Maria Menounos and Producer Keven Undergaro, artist-friendly AfterBuzz TV is the world’s largest digital broadcast network and pop culture news platform, producing post-game ‘after-shows’ for nearly all favorite TV shows, interviewing cast and showrunners and providing the widest video, audio and article coverage of shows, content and influencers than any entertainment news platforms in existence

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