The docuseries following The Marching Storm at Prairie View A&M University, a historically Black university, has "a deep curiosity about what goes into the work of a marching band at every level," says Daniel D'Addario. He adds: "The show is upfront both about how hard its characters work to create joy on the field when they perform and the added challenge of pulling joy out of adversity....These moments don’t reinvent the wheel. But they show a community that is working hard to excel by uplifting one another in teamwork, led by an advisor who, warmingly, has his charges’ best interests at heart. March is well-made, and an unusual entrant on network TV. More than that, though, it pursues its subjects and their goals — to rise to the top spot in the national rankings, and to do so while making sure each team member is seen and respected — with an open heart, making this a lovely, unexpected watch." ALSO: March proves marching bands are cool.