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The Root: New “March” Clip Showcases the Strength and Influence of HBCU Band Culture

January 20, 2022

“If you’ve ever watched an HBCU football game, you already know the band is the best part. Sorry, football players, but marching bands are the real MVPs.

To that end, The CW is taking a deep dive into the world of HBCU marching bands with its new reality series “March”, premiering Monday, Jan. 24 at 8 pm. Once “All American” and “All American: Homecoming” take over Mondays, “March” will move to Sundays on Feb. 27 at 9 pm.

Per a press release provided to The Root: “Embedded inside the Prairie View A&M University Marching Band, The Marching Storm, this engaging eight-part series will capture the blood, sweat, and tears each member sheds to make it to the field while balancing their dynamic college life.”

In a new clip, Prairie View A&M University Marching Band finds out they are No. 8 in The Undefeated’s rankings. Obviously, this is a shock and disappointment for the band members, but it also motivates them to show everyone how wrong they are.”

“March” premieres Monday, Jan. 24 at 8 pm.

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