Ted Lasso season 3 and 4 more shows to watch on Apple TV+ in March 2023

Jason Sudeikis in “Ted Lasso” season two, now streaming on Apple TV+.
Jason Sudeikis in “Ted Lasso” season two, now streaming on Apple TV+. /

If you’re not already subscribed to Apple TV+, you need to get on that ASAP. There is plenty of content headed to the streamer this month (March 2023) that you don’t want to miss. From Ted Lasso to Eva the Owlet, there’s something for everyone.

Streaming services have taken over the entertainment world, but we’re not complaining! However, not all platforms are worth subscribing too, but Apple TV+ certainly is! Don’t have an account? You’re missing out! Here are five shows to watch in March 2023.

What to watch on Apple TV+ in March 2023

  • Ted Lasso season 3, March 15
  • Extrapolations, March 17
  • My Kind of Country, March 24
  • The Big Door Prize, March 29
  • Eva the Owlet, March 31

First of all, if you have never watched Ted Lasso on Apple TV+, where have you been? The new season kicks off on March 15, so you do have some time to binge-watch season 1 and season 2. Make plans to do so, you won’t regret it. The award winning series stars Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein, Juno Temple, and many others.

Based on M.O. Walsh’s novel, The Big Door Prize focuses on a small town where a strange machine suddenly appears inside a general store. This machine shows the potential of each resident. The comedy stars Sammy Fourlas, Djouliet Amara, Damon Gupton, Chris O’Dowd and others.

Parents, spring break is on the way, do your kids need something new to watch on TV? Apple TV+ has your back. The animated series is titled Eva the Owlet, and it starts on March 31. The series is based on Rebecca Elliot’s book series Owl Diaries, and follows a young owl with big ideas and an even bigger personality.

What will you be watching on Apple TV+ in the month of March 2023? Something from this list or did we miss a TV series you are interested in watching?

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