The two seasons of Thorne, multiple Doctor Who episodes, and more are coming to BritBox in March 2020. Here’s a look at the full schedule.
Whether you want sci-fi, murder mysteries, or comedy, BritBox has you covered throughout March 2020. There are some excellent new additions to the streaming service covering all things British.
The end of the month will see the two seasons of Thorne added to the series. These two seasons have previously been on Acorn TV, but they’re new to BritBox in the upcoming month. David Morrissey stars as the titular character, based on Mark Billingham’s best selling novels. In Sleepyhead, Thorne needs to figure out who is killing women by inducing strokes. The only victim who can help has suffered locked-in syndrome. In the second season, Scardey Cat, it looks like there may be two different killers working separately but also together.
Love Doctor Who? You’ll want to check out Dr. Who and the Daleks and Dalek’s Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. on BritBox. The former is the first-ever “episode” to be made in color. It’s not part of the Doctor Who canon, but certainly worth the watch.
Need a light-hearted mystery? Death in Paradise will be available to stream in full on BritBox. All seven seasons will air, with DI Richard Poole, DI Humphrey Goodman, and DI Jack Mooney sent to the stunning Caribbean Island, Saint Marie, to solve the various unique murders. Sometimes they even have to work despite the hurricanes beating down on them.
There are also various events happening throughout the month, including one to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Everything coming to BritBox in March 2020:
Some of the content featured in the specials are already on BritBox.
- Alpha Female Stunt Event: Bancroft, Scott & Bailey, Mum, WPC 56, Up the Women
- Death in Paradise Seasons 1-7
- Living the Dream Season 2
- Doctors in Time Event: Dalek’s Invasion Earth 2150 A.D., Dr. Who and the Daleks, Casualty 1990s: London Hospital Seasons 1 and 2, The Royal Today, Bramwell
- Inside No. 9 Season 5
- Thorne: Sleepyhead
- Thorne: Scaredy Cat
What are you excited to see on BritBox in March 2020? What’s the number one must-watch on your list? Share your thoughts in the comments below.