Shudder highlights for the month of March include Spoonful of Sugar, Leave and The Unheard.

Acorn TV highlights for the month of March include Under the Vines, The Madame Blanc Mysteries and Deadline.


Under the Vines Series 2

Streaming Exclusively on Acorn TV

Premieres Monday 20 March

New Episodes Every Monday

This charming romantic comedy drama returns with Sydney socialite Daisy Monroe (Rebecca GibneyWanted) and ex-London lawyer Louis Oakley (Charles EdwardsThe Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power) trying to run a struggling vineyard in southern New Zealand. As Daisy comes to terms with her new life, Louis tries to repair his old one before returning to England. But ultimately his marriage fails and he stays on to help Daisy run Oakley Wines. The two unlikely partners in wine continue to navigate life in Peak View and its population of quirky locals and Machiavellian rivals. But any chance of romance between the two is muddied when Daisy meets David (Kirk Torrance), the handsome local doctor. Meanwhile Oakley’s young vintner Tippy has her world shaken by the arrival of popular French vintner, Philippe Bidois – and he’s her cousin.

The Madame Blanc Mysteries Series 2

Streaming Exclusively on Acorn TV

New Episodes Every Monday Until March 6

Renowned and respected antiques dealer, Jean White (Sally Lindsay) returns fresh from surviving an attempt on her life by the duplicitous Barbara. Jean’s expertise in the world of antiquities and antiques once again proves the key to solving a series of murders and mysteries against the backdrop of the beautiful French village of Sainte Victoire. This season Jean and Dom will grow much closer – but will friendship finally grow into something more? Meanwhile, love rolls into town for Gloria and Barbara has deadly plans to finally finish what she began.

Deadline Series 1

Streaming Exclusively on Acorn TV

Binge Premiere on March 13

Deadline is a drama following Natalie Varga (played by Peaky Blinders star, Charlie Murphy), who stands accused of murdering her husband in cold blood, disgraced investigative journalist, James Alden finds himself captivated by the case. When he interviews Natalie for his documentary, he realises he is falling for the very femme fatale he is supposed to be dispassionately profiling. His infatuation leads him on a dangerous path, and the desire for ‘a story’ clouds his judgement. With the court of public opinion ruling Natalie guilty until proven innocent, James must separate truth from fiction.


Spoonful of Sugar – A Shudder Original

Premieres Thursday 2 March

Millicent is taking a semester off from her studies to concentrate on her thesis about children with severe allergies, which makes her the perfect person to take care of little Johnny, a sickly, mute child who suffers from every allergy under the sun, from nickel to artificial fabric. His overbearing mother, Rebecca, is an accomplished author who is focused on her latest book release, while his dissatisfied father, Jacob, spends sweaty, shirtless days toiling away on a carpentry project in the backyard. Starring Morgan Saylor, Kat Foster and Myko Olivier.

Leave – A Shudder Exclusive

Premieres Friday 17 March

As an infant, Hunter White was discovered abandoned in a New England cemetery. She was wrapped in a piece of cloth covered in satanic symbols and around her neck hung a Wolf’s Cross pendant. 20 years later, she is obsessed with finding out why she was abandoned and who her biological parents are. Starring Alicia von Rittberg, Ellen Dorrit Petersen, Herman Tømmeraas, Stig Amdam and Morten Holst.

The Unheard – A Shudder Original

Premieres Friday 31 March

After a young deaf woman undergoes experimental treatment to regain her hearing, she fears she is not alone while recovering at her family’s beach home – all while uncovering family secrets and experiencing psychological strife and auditory hallucinations. Starring Lachlan Watson, Nick Sandow and Brendan Meyer.



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