Whats On: FOXSHOWCASE in March


Wondering what hot new dramas are coming to FOX SHOWCASE, or when the new season of your most binge-worthy series will return? Here are just a few of the big shows coming in March, with a wide selection also available to stream. Check back often as new programs are updated regularly.

Secret City: Under The Eagle

Secret City: Under the Eagle picks up with Harriet Dunkley, not long out of prison and who is unwittingly ensnared in a military and political cover-up with Catriona Bailey’s fingerprints all over it. Harriet’s search for the truth leads her back into Canberra’s corridors of power, this time working for a maverick independent MP.

What she unearths is a military program so secret not even the Prime Minister knows about. Who is really running the country?

Stream every episode of Secret City: Under the Eagle from Monday 4 March.


Anna Paquin stars as the sharp and witty publicity maven, Robyn, who’s an expert at her craft but a complete self-saboteur when it comes to her personal life. Robyn’s work as a crisis PR strategist is fast-paced and unpredictable, as she counsels high-profile personalities in entertainment, fashion and sports.

Stream a new episode each week from Thursday Feb 28 or watch 8:30pm AEDT

Margaret Pomeranz Presents

Margaret brings her unique style of commentary to FOX SHOWCASE, reviewing critically acclaimed films Fridays 8.30pm. The films for March include:

1 March at 8.30pm – The Grand Budapest Hotel

3 March at 8.30pm – Predestination

15 March at 8.30pm – Zodiac

22 March at 8.30 – Gone Baby Gone

29 March at 8.30pm – Monster’s Ball    

Margaret Pomeranz Presents premiers Friday 1 March 2019 at 8.30pm, with a new episode available to stream or watch weekly.

Better Things Season 3

This is the story of Sam Fox, a single mother and working actor with no filter, raising her three daughters Max, Frankie and Duke in Los Angeles. Whether she’s struggling to keep her daughters close or trying to push one of them out of the nest, Sam approaches every challenge with fierce love, raw honesty and humour.

At the end of the day, Sam’s just trying to earn a living, navigate her daughter’s changing lives, survive her family, have fun with a friend or two, and also – just maybe – squeeze in some private time.

Better Things Season 3 premiers Tuesday 19 March at 8.30pm, with a new episode available to stream or watch weekly.

Thronecast: Gameshow of Thrones

Celebrity fans and the Game of Thrones actresses who play Lysa Amyn and Septa Unella, battle it out in their Houses to see who knows as much as the three-eyed raven and who’s a bit more Jon Snow. Hosted by Game of Thrones super fan Sue Perkins.

Thronecast: Gameshow of Thrones premiers Sunday 31 March 2019 for one episode only!

Continuing Shows….

Sally 4 Ever 

Written and directed by Julia Davis, Sally4Ever stars Catherine Shepherd as Sally, a marketer who’s lived a dull suburban life with her boyfriend for a decade. On the night he proposes, Sally embarks on a wild affair with Emma, a seductive actress, singer, musician, poet and author. Before Sally knows it, Emma has moved in, rearranged the furniture, and her life.


Stars Jennifer Garner and David Tennant as Kathryn and Walt, a not-so-happily married couple. A meticulously planned outdoor trip to celebrate Walt’s 45th birthday is derailed by uninvited guests and forces of nature, turning the weekend into a test of marriage and friendships.

Catch Sally4Ever and Camping Tuesdays 7.30pm and 8.00pm respectively, with all episodes available to stream On Demand.


Pete Holmes stars in his own comedy series about a stand-up comic who re-evaluates his life and enters the New York comedy scene after discovering his wife’s infidelity. Crashing’s guest cast continues to feature some of comedy’s biggest stars. Among this year’s guests are Ray Romano, Colin Quinn, Amy Schumer, Jessica Kirson, John Mulaney, Dave Attell, Chris Gethard, Jaboukie Young-White, Emo Philips and Madeline Wise, the latter of whom plays Kat, an outgoing city girl who inspires Pete to get serious about his career. Returning favorites from past seasons include Artie Lange, George Basil, Lauren Lapkus, Jermaine Fowler, Dov Davidoff, Zach Cherry and Jamie Lee.

High Maintenance

Based on the web series from Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair, High Maintenance stars Sinclair as “The Guy,” a bike-riding, weed-delivery salesman with an eclectic variety of Brooklyn clients.

Crashing and High Maintenance Saturdays 9.30pm and 10.00pm AEDT respectively.

Strike Back

The hit drama series returns in 2019 with an irresistible story line filled with more action and heart pounding suspense than ever before. We find the Section 20 team running a deadly gauntlet between Russian operatives, a ruthless Malaysian gang, and a slew of terrorists – all in search of a coveted “package” lost at sea.

Stream a new episode each week or watch Wednesdays 8:30pm AEDT


 The next generation of Mazda arrives soon. Next-Gen Mazda3 takes design, performance and technology to a whole new level of sophistication. Driving is believing in sporty hatch or elegant sedan.

Visit www.mazda.com.au/cars/next-gen-mazda3 for more information.