New drama series lead the list of show debuts for the second week of March.
OWN on March 9 will premiere its new original drama Delilah, from executive producer Craig Wright (Greenleaf). The series revolves around a high-principled lawyer raising two kids alone while seeking justice for those who need it the most, according to the network.
HBO Max on March 11 will premiere Generation, a dramedy that follows a group of diverse high school students in a mostly conservative town.
Below are video trailers and premiere dates for several shows debuting the week of Feb. 22-Feb. 28 on cable networks and streaming services (for some videos, viewer discretion is advised):
March 9 -- COVID Diaries NYC (documentary) -- HBO
March 10 -- Last Chance U: Basketball (sports reality) -- Netflix
March 11 -- My Beautiful Stutter (movie) -- Discovery Plus
March 12 -- Yes Day (comedy) -- Netflix
March 12 -- Cherry (movie) -- Apple TV Plus
March 12 -- Kid 90 (documentary) -- Hulu
March 12 -- The One (drama) -- Netflix
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