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Voir S1 (6th)
Cinephiles rejoice as visionary director David Fincher (Fight Club, Seven, Gone Girl) delivers a series of “visual essays” exploring the nature of film. Looks to be really interesting stuff. But, uh, how about season three of Mindhunter while we’re at it, Dave? Mate?
Nicole Byer: BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo) (7th)
Walking sass machine Nicole Byer is here with her hour-long comedy special and it looks like a beauty. Body positive, smart arsey and very human, this should be a treat for those who love Nicole’s work on Nailed It.
Roaring Twenties: Austin S1 (10th)
Netty’s getting back in the reality TV game and this time it’s about a bunch of 20-somethings getting up to… well, you know, the stuff that 20-somethings get up to. Expect loads of drunken antics, idiotic statements and bulk rooting. Sure to fill that trashy telly niche.
Saturday Morning All Star Hits! (10th)
Absolutely bonkers and weird hybrid series that claims to be a look back at some classic cartoons from the 80s and 90s but is, in fact, a meta comedy that plays silly buggers with reality. Should be a hoot for those attuned to its kooky rhythms.
The Unforgivable (10th)
Hard-hitting movie about a woman with a violent past getting released from jail and trying her hand at a little redemption. Sandra Bullock stars in this tense drama and it’s always good to see an actor getting out of her comfort zone.
Two strangers wake up to find their abdomens have been sewn together. You know, typical Friday night! They then have to work out who did it and how they get, erm… unstuck. Weird thriller sure to appeal to the twitchy loner in your life.
Before Sunrise / Before Sunset (6th)
In the mood for something a little romantic? Why not check out the first two entries in the gorgeous Richard Linklater trilogy starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. These are lovely, well-observed and very human movies.
Surviving R. Kelly S1 (7th)
Hard-hitting and heart breaking documentary that focuses on the brave women who survived horrible abuse and came forward to tell their stories. It’s not an easy watch by any means, but an important moment in time nonetheless.
Landscapers S1 (8th)
Pitch black comedy about a mild-mannered couple who decide to kill one of their parents. Starring the great Olivia Colman and David Thewlis, this looks like an absolute cracker, weird and funny and dark as hell.
Brassic S2 (9th)
The second season of the surprise hit from the UK is here to bring more of its grimy, earthy charms to the telly. The Poms excel at these sort of slice of life comedies and Brassic is no exception.
And Just Like That S1 (9th)
The much-awaited sequel/continuation of Sex and the City is here… without Samantha. Can the show find its feet all these years later, sans Kim Cattrall? Honestly, we don’t know. However, we will be watching to find out and we suspect you will be too.
My Lover, My Killer S1 (9th)
It’s a show about true life cases where people were murdered by their lover. That’s about as depressing a premise as we can imagine for a TV show, but true crime buffs will probably eat it up. Bunch of weirdos.
12 Dates of Christmas S1 (12th)
Chrissy themed dating show where hopefuls go on dates and the contestants decide if they’re naughty or nice. No word if the losers get a lump of coal or nah.
PICK OF THE WEEK
The Expanse S6 (10th)
The best sci-fi show on television is ready to drop its sixth and final season and my goodness, it’s shaping up to be a belter (hohoho). Seriously, if you’re not watching this one, you’re missing out on the smartest, most exciting and damn addictive adventure around. Hook in for Christmas!
Riz Ahmed and Octavia Spencer star in this sci-fi thriller movie. Expect plenty of twists and turns in this weird genre blending mix of coming-of-age story and mysterious invasion yarn.
The Last Duel (8th)
Ridley Scott’s biggest recent box office bomb is on Disney+ and honestly, if you missed it at the cinema (and let’s face it, you probably did) it’s well worth catching at home. Adam Driver, Matt Damon and Jodie Comer star in this rich, unique medieval drama.
Welcome to Earth (8th)
Will Smith goes on adventures all across this little blue marble of ours, experiencing active volcanoes and deep sea shenanigans. This looks like an utterly charming look at some of the wonders and dangers of our world.
The Hot Zone: Anthrax S2 (8th)
Just in case you’re not sick of thinking about viruses and pandemics, The Hot Zone’s second season is here with a look at the 2001 Anthrax attacks that followed September 11. Quality stuff but jeez mate, it’s not a lot of fun.
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