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ATX TV is a company founded by women, so we’re always looking for opportunities to highlight television series that focus on female stories and/or are put together by badass women behind-the-scenes. March is Women’s History Month, which gives us even more reason to celebrate such programming, and we’re starting things off with Girls5eva.

The third season of the comedy about a 40-something girl group is officially entering Tour Mode on March 14 with all three seasons arriving on Netflix that day, and we can’t wait for new music, new cities, and hopefully new merch.

We also can’t wait to see how Dawn (Sara Bareilles) handles being pregnant while being on the road, whether Wickie (Renée Elise Goldsberry) will be able to stay with her normal-guy boyfriend, if Gloria (Paula Pell) will involve everyone in another conspiracy theory, and what Summer (Busy Philipps) will master next — you know, now that she graduated salad school.

The four are headed around the country to promote their new, more adult sound, and we hope they can sell out their venues, but the show is like a warm hug even when they’re not at the top of their game because it’s just such a great example of female friendship while delivering witty dialogue and incredibly catchy music. (We’re still hoping for a single release for “Set” from Season 2!)


Celebrating Women’s History Month with a few of our favorites!


Why: As someone who spent the better part of 15 years working in journalism, I am VERY invested in how this series will depict its four central characters (played by Melissa Benoist, Carla Gugino, Christina Elmore, and Natasha Behnam) doing their job covering political candidates — especially because it’s a real-life election year! The show promises to take on a lot, from the state of journalism, to the debate about old vs. new media, to the cynicism surrounding politicians. But through it all, it is pushing these four women and their (perhaps unlikely) friendship front and center to showcase how they juggle work and personal issues while on the road and whether they lean on each other or see each other as competition as they do.

When/Where: Episodes stream Thursdays on Max beginning March 14.

– Danielle Turchiano, Social Media Manager


Why: I am an unabashedly huge Marvel/MCU fan and have been all my life. (X-Men was my first love.) I have either sampled or watched in full each new series that has come out in Phase 4 of the MCU, but none have surprised me more than She-Hulk. I had fairly low expectations going into the show, but it is now one of my favorite Marvel shows. Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk is fantastic, and I love how this show feels different from the other films and shows in the MCU. She’s not necessarily trying to save the world with her new powers; she’s literally just trying to live her life as a single woman in her 30s and do a good job at work. She is the everywoman who just happens to turn green and huge with super strength, and I love her for that.

When/Where: All episodes are streaming on Disney+



Why: Sure, it’s a show about an alien who presents as a human dude, but there is no shortage of kind, complex, funny, messy, smart, loving women of all ages. (Sahar is not to be trifled with.) They are fully fleshed out human beings; amazing, right? Each has her own life and brings something different to the story, but they also pull together whether it’s in support of one another in a time of personal or professional crisis or to just let loose and have some fun. Come for the alien-who-doesn’t-know-how-to-human high jinks but stay for the awesome babes.

When/Where: Season 3 airs new episodes Wednesdays on SyFy and streams next-day on Peacock



Why: Can you get more amazing and powerful women involved in a single project? It not only stars and is executive produced by Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, but it is also based on the novel by Celeste Ng, with Liz Tigelaar as showrunner and a phenomenal group of other women writers in the room. Plus, it also directed by the incredible Lynn Shelton as her last project before she died. I’m currently reading the book for the first time and rewatching the series to get ready for our March TV Book Club, and I am being reminded with each word and shot how compelling this story is both on the page and on the screen.

When/Where: All episodes are streaming on Hulu

– Emily Gipson, Co-Founder & Co-President


Why: I’ll take any (and I do mean any) opportunity to spread the good word of Dickinson — but Women’s History Month feels like a particularly apt time to revisit Alena Smith’s brilliant, absurd, poetic take on the life of the poet Emily Dickinson. Though the dialogue and soundtrack are contemporary (and also bangers), Dickinson’s poetry is left intact in its original, timeless form, delivered with humor, sincerity, and a healthy amount of yearning in a pitch-perfect performance by Hailee Steinfeld. Emily’s perpetual exasperation and frustration at the limitations of her place in the world as woman and artist, unsurprisingly, still resonate  and the show’s sincere attempt to excavate the often unacknowledged details of Dickinson’s life (read: her queerness) makes it a compelling love letter to one of our best writers.

When/Where: All three perfect seasons are streaming on Apple TV+

– Jenn Morgan, Director of Programming


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I am both nervous AND excited for SYTYCD to be back on my TV. I am dreading the heartache that will undoubtedly come from the hole left by Stephen “tWitch” Boss and seeing his widow, Allison Holker, on the stage as part of her own healing journey. But I’ve missed the show, and I am curious as to what this “new” format will be. I can’t wait to be amazed by the incredibly talented dancers and choreographers, not to mention yelling at the screen when the audience or judges eliminate the wrong person.

Premiering on March 4, watch Mondays on Fox, streaming next-day on Hulu.

– JANICE NOSKE, Programming Manager


Another book to series adaptation I can’t wait to see. Love this cast (Annette Bening, Sam Neill, Jake Lacy, Alison Brie), and I am so excited to see what they do with these roles. I love a twisty drama where you aren’t sure who is lying and who is telling the truth. I loved Big Little Lies (both books are by Liane Moriarty), and with this cast I am prepared this one will be just as much fun to watch.

Premiering March 14, all episodes will be available to stream on Peacock.

– Emily Gipson, Co-Founder & Co-President


It’s back! One of my fav shows from last year, Extraordinary, is back with Season 2, and I can’t wait! I’ve missed Jen and Carrie, and I’m ready to hop back into Jen’s journey to find/manifest her power. Bonus, everyone’s fav new boyfriend/sometimes ex-cat, Jizzlord (seriously, y’all, watch this show if you haven’t; it’s so hilarious), had the biggest cliffhanger and I need to know what’s happening, stat.

Premiering March 6 on Hulu!

– Laura Kincaid, Director of Operations

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