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Here are the essential March TV shows not to miss

March is somehow almost upon us —and with it comes a host of exciting new TV offerings. From new shows to returning favorites, from Idris Elba as a manny DJ to Kate Beckinsale in the wilderness, here’s what to look out for starting Friday.

“The Widow”
Kate Beckinsale doesn’t do much TV, so look out for her intriguing new miniseries kicking off the month. As the title suggests, she plays a widow…or does she? Finding out what happened to her husband is the name of the game in this Africa-set show. Friday on Amazon.

“Good Girls”
Season 2 of this underrated dramedy has the all-star team of Retta (“Parks and Recreation”) Christina Hendricks (“Mad Men”) and Mae Whitman (“Parenthood”) at its center. Sunday at 10 p.m. on NBC.

“Now Apocalypse”
If you were a “Teen Wolf” fan, its star Tyler Posey has an intriguing new show about 20somethings in LA —helmed by auteur filmmaker Gregg Araki. Expect it to be queer and surreal. March 10 at 9 p.m. on Starz.

The “Fab Five” of the rebooted “Queer Eye” on Netflix (from left): Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness and Tan France.Gavin Bond/Netflix

“Queer Eye”
Can you believe? Season 3 of the feel-good hit reality show sees the Fab Five (Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness) give life-makeovers to people travel in the Kansas City area. March 15 on Netflix.

Idris Elba is a DJ in real life, too. Here he is in action at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.Redferns

“Turn Up Charlie”
For some reason, Idris Elba is in (and co-created!) a show where he plays a manny (man-nanny) who is also a DJ. You have questions? So do we. Find out March 15 on Netflix.

“Shrill”
“Saturday Night Live” star Aidy Bryant is getting her first starring role in this comedy series following a fat woman struggling with work and dating — but not her weight. It’s based on a bestselling memoir by comedian and activist Lindy West. March 15 on Hulu.

“Billions”
Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis continue to ham it up with F-bomb heavy dialogue and stare-offs for a fourth season of “Billions.” March 17 at 9 p.m. on Showtime.

“The OA”
Season 1 of Brit Marling’s mind-bending show was polarizing — viewers devoured the tale about alternate dimensions, near death experiences, and Russian oligarchs, but there was contention about its ambiguous ending. The story resumes March 22 on Netflix.

“What We Do in the Shadows”
Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s hilarious 2014 vampire mockumentary is coming to TV. Unfortunately they’re not starring in it, but they created it — so it has the same tone and sense of humor as the original movie. This time, the vampires are in Staten Island instead of New Zealand. March 27 at 10 p.m. on FX.

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