March TV: Your Guide to Must-See Shows This Month

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Tuesday, March 1: Marvel’s Agent Carter

Season Finale, 9/8c, ABC

Dominic Cooper suits up as Iron Man’s dad, Howard Stark, once more to help Peggy (Hayley Atwell) wipe out the nasty Zero Matter and wrap up her too-short second season.

Plus: James D'Arcy Talks Jarvis's 'Fierce' Love for Ana

Spike

Tuesday, March 1: Ink Master

Season Premiere, 10/9c, Spike

The only thing that stings more than getting a tattoo is getting kicked off the show, so ex-contestants are coming back to the Dave Navarro–hosted competition for redemption.

Jordin Althaus/FOX

Tuesday, March 1: Grandfathered

8:30/7:30c, Fox

The John Stamos family comedy that keeps getting better each week is about to get even funnier. The under-appreciated and always hilarious Regina Hall of the Scary Movie franchise joins the cast in a recurring role as a charismatic CEO who knocks ladies’ man Jimmy (Stamos) on his very fine butt. We thought only granddaughter Edie could do that.

ABC/Danny Feld

Wednesday, March 2: The Goldbergs

8/7c, ABC

The ’80s-set gem of a comedy (with Hayley Orrantia and Sam Lerner) shines even more with a Dirty Dancing tribute that is so uplifting, we put this baby on the TV Guide Magazine cover!

Plus: The Goldbergs Pays Homage to Dirty Dancing

Wednesday, March 2; The Real O’Neals

Sneak Preview, 8:30/7:30c, ABC

Martha Plimpton joins the ranks of ABC’s awesome messed-up moms in a sitcom about an Irish Catholic family that doesn’t have a prayer at being normal.

Plus: When the Middle Son of a Catholic Family Comes Out of the Closet

ABC/Bob D'Amico

Thursday, March 3: The Family

Series Premiere, 9/8c, ABC

Soapy and sinister, this tale of a clan upended by a presumed-dead son’s sudden return—headlined by the inimitable Joan Allen—is primed to become your new obsession.

Plus: When a Kidnapped Son Returns Home Years Later (or Did He?)

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Thursday, March 3: Mom

9/8c, CBS

Nothing like a brush with mortality to bring people together. Bonnie (Allison Janney) and Christy (Anna Faris) put the bickering on hold when ma gets some bad medical news.

Plus: Mom's Anna Faris Talks Consequences and Guilty Consciences

David McClister

Friday, March 4: Loretta Lynn: Still a Mountain Girl

9/8c, PBS (check local listings at pbs.org)

American Masters gives a big ol’ yee-haw to the legend who rose from Coal Miner’s Daughter to Queen of Country Music.

Patrick Habron/Netflix

Friday, March 4, House of Cards

Season Premiere, Netflix

We pledge allegiance to the Frank of the United States of Underwood (Kevin Spacey), and to the fourth season, on which we’ll binge, with villainy and injustice for all…in his path.

Plus: The Killing's Joel Kinnaman Joins House of Cards

Discovery Channel

Saturday, March 5: Mythbusters

Series Finale, 8/7c, Discovery

Adam Savage (above) and Jamie Hyneman blow our minds—and blow things up—for the last time as they bring 14 seasons of separating fact from fiction to a close.

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Sunday, March 6: The Good Wife

9/8c, CBS

She may look happy now, but once Alicia (Julianna Margulies) finds out what the grand jury has on Peter (Chris Noth), that smile is heading out the window.

Plus: The Good Wife Producers Spill Six Secrets About the Final Season

Jordin Althaus/FOX

Sunday, March 6: The Last Man on Earth

9:30/8:30c, Fox

Incoming! The comedy returns with Tandy’s (Will Forte, above, with Kristen Schaal) brother from outer space (Jason Sudeikis) crashing his little post-apocalyptic party. Literally.

ABC/Phillipe Bosse

Sunday, March 6: Quantico

10/9c, ABC

Let’s hope Alex (Priyanka Chopra, right) got enough rest during the show’s winter hiatus to handle the heat coming her way during a congressional hearing about the terror attack.

Nick Briggs

Sunday, March 6: Downton Abbey

Series Finale, 9/8c, PBS (check local listings at pbs.org)

How will Abbey’s road end? To tell you would be improper, and we know better than to cross the Dowager Countess (Maggie Smith).

Plus: Here's What a Downton Abbey Movie Could Look Like

James White/E! Entertainment

Sunday, March 6: I Am Cait

Season Premiere, 9/8c, E!

Caitlyn Jenner and her posse of gal pals are back for Season 2, and in tonight’s premiere they shelve some of the talk about issues for a road trip across the country

Trae Patton/NBC

Monday, Feb. 29: The Voice

8/7c, NBC

Season 10 kicks off with blind auditions and—if we’re lucky—Xtina, Blake (above), Adam and Pharrell instantly bickering over which singers are worthy of their “I Want You” buttons.

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Monday, Feb. 29: Gotham

8/7c, Fox

If you thought Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie, above) killing Galavan was cold, wait until he comes up against Mr. Freeze (House of Cards’ Nathan Darrow)!

Plus: Have You Heard? Jada Pinkett Smith Is Returning to Gotham

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Monday, Feb. 29: Blindspot

10/9c, NBC

See Jane (Jaimie Alexander) run. See Jane jump. See Jane kick her first season back into action with an hour of twists and more heat with Weller (Sullivan Stapleton).

Plus: Why Blindspot's Jane Doe Is a Kick-Ass Woman

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