Need proof that March is an objectively terrible month for television? The "new" episodes of the NBC hits Community and The New Normal dealt with hot-off-the-presses subject matter like Thanksgiving and Halloween, respectively. In the Peacock's defense, the rest of the TV world isn't doing much better. For example ...
4Restless Virgins -- March 9 (Lifetime)
Restless Virgins promises to uncover a world where privileged teens at a New England prep school run wild and obsess over sex. You might recognize this as the same shocking world every single person in the New England area or anywhere else with a high school has been living in since forever now.
The made-for-TV teen exploitation drama stars Vanessa Marano (Switched at Birth) as Emily, scholarship student, editor of the school newspaper, and all-around goody-two-shoes cliche. Charlie Carver (Desperate Housewives, but you already knew that) plays the wealthy and calculating senator's son who decides to film a sex tape to leave as his legacy to the school.
"His O-face looks like a palsied elephant sneezing!"