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ITV have unveiled programming highlights for ITV1 and ITVX, landing in March 2023. Full list below.


2nd March

Social Media Murders Series Two: Episodes 1&2

The four films in this second season put the victim at the centre of the narrative alongside social media messages and videos.

Episode one is entitled The Murder of Ashley Wadsworth; a teen Mormon travels across the world to meet a British boy she has fallen in love with on social media… But just eight weeks after arriving in Essex, she is found murdered.

Everybody Hates Chris (2005-2009)

Chris Rock narrates this sharp, affectionate sitcom inspired by his childhood. Join 13-year-old Chris (Tyler James Williams) as he undertakes the hassle of being bused from Brooklyn to a predominantly white junior high, and struggles to please his strict parents and overcome the angst of early adolescence.

9th March

Social Media Murders Series Two: Episodes 3&4

Episode three focuses on the murder of Bianca Devins. A young woman in upstate New York is murdered and the killer posts footage of his heinous crime all over social media. Her family are sent the gruesome images of the crime before the police have had a chance to confirm what has happened. The family are then forced to battle social media platforms to remove the awful evidence from the internet.

Gotham (2014-2019)

With a reputation synonymous with law and order, Commissioner James Gordon is one of the crime world's greatest foes. Everyone knows the name. But what is known of Gordon's rise from rookie detective to Police Commissioner?

16th March

Bali 2002 (2022)

Bali 2002 is an inspiring and emotional four-part drama that explores how everyday heroes from Bali, Australia and beyond defied the odds to bring order from chaos and hope from despair during the 2002 Bali bombings. The series is the first time the full story has been told and was developed in consultation with those directly impacted by the tragedy.

Community (2009-2015)

All six seasons of the sitcom based around a quirky study group at a community college. When smooth-talking suspended lawyer Jeff (Joel McHale) is forced to pursue a degree at a small community college, he is pleased to meet Britta (Gillian Jacobs) and forms a study group with the sole purpose of spending more time with her. Unfortunately for Jeff, a number of the college's most eccentric students take the group seriously and an eclectic community quickly forms around the duo.

23rd March

The Dry (2022)

Starring Roisin Gallagher, Ciarán Hinds, Pom Boyd, Siobhán Cullen, Moe Dunford and newcomer Adam Richardson, The Dry celebrates the joyful chaos and dark absurdities of family life in a series that is all about recovery.

Jane the Virgin (2014-2019)

After vowing to remain chaste until marriage, Jane Villanueva learns she's pregnant due to a medical slip-up and has to rethink her future. Starring Gina Rodriguez.

30th March

Six Four (2022)

Inspired by the best-selling novel Six Four by Hideo Yokoyama, the drama is set primarily in Glasgow, and is a dark and compelling story of kidnap, corruption, betrayal and an uncompromising search for the truth, when Chris and Michelle O’Neill’s teenage daughter goes missing.


The Bay Series 4

ITV and Tall Story Pictures, part of ITV Studios, confirmed the return of the hit Morecambe based drama, The Bay, written by Daragh Carville (Being Human, The Smoke, Cherrybomb).

Grantchester Series 8

Will is the happiest he’s ever been but his world will be rocked by a terrible accident. He’s always preached the word of a compassionate God – but how can he now, when his despair leads him on a dangerous downward spiral?

Grace Series 3

Grace is an adaptation of international, bestselling author Peter James’ award winning novels, with over 21 million Grace novels having been sold to date.

Episodes one and three will be written by Ben Court and Caroline Ip, with Ed Whitmore writing the second episode.


BritBox UK will be streaming A Woman of Substance (1985), a three-part series starring Jenny Seagrove and Deborah Kerr, from 9th March. Taking a lighter note, all four seasons of Fresh Meat starring Charlotte Ritchie and Jack Whitehall will stream from 16th March, all three seasons of classic sitcom Count Arthur Strong starring Steve Delaney will stream from 23rd March and all episodes of The Mighty Boosh will stream from Thursday 30th.


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