The CW Gets in Formation With HBCU Band Culture in ‘MARCH’ Docuseries

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The CW Network is getting in formation with the HBCU experience by highlighting the Prairie View A&M University marching band in their “MARCH” docuseries. 

The CW Network is, once again, giving Historically Black Colleges and Universities the credit they deserve with MARCH, an upcoming eight-part docuseries following the Prairie View A&M University marching band. 

MARCH explores the colorful, loud and competitive world of HBCU band culture through the perspective of band members and their leaders, per a press release from the CW

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The docuseries follows Prairie View band members, from drum majors and dancers to the flag team and section players, as they navigate performing in The Marching Storm, one of the most prestigious HBCU marching bands. In addition to their workload on the band field, the college students juggle a rigorous academic schedule and maintaining a high grade point average.  

MARCH also delves into Prairie View A&M’s history and culture, emphasizing the band as a vital part of that tradition. 

It’s the second series based on the HBCU experience, marching behind All American: Homecoming. The sports drama spinoff chronicles a young tennis hopeful from Beverly Hills and an elite baseball player from Chicago as they navigate the high stakes of collegiate sports while also managing life’s happenings at a prestigious HBCU. 

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MARCH premieres on Monday, January 24, and will shift to Sundays starting February 27.

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