Gossip Girl S1 (8th)
Gossip Girl is back, baby! A mere nine years after the original finished, GG returns with a brand new cast (and some callback cameos) ready to fill that trashy TV niche that has been empty for so long. Enjoy yourself while torturing your boyfriend, XOXO Gossip Girl.
I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson S2 (6th)
Easily one of the most hilarious surprises from 2019 (look up the “Instagram” sketch and thank us later) I Think You Should Leave returns with more bonkers hilarity, celebrity guest stars and a profound, sweaty-palmed sense of authentic oddness.
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness (8th)
Based on the incredibly popular video game series that recently dropped its eighth major entry, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is an animated series set between parts four and five. If you’re a fan, this is likely manna from heaven. If not? It’ll be like watching someone else play video games.
Fear Street Part Two: 1978 (9th)
The second of three RL Stine horror yarns, this time taking place in the era of bell bottoms and big hair: the 1970s. The shenanigans occur in 'Camp Nightwing', where a killer is loose and no one is safe. Butter that popcorn and get watching, horror fans!
Atypical S4 (9th)
The fourth and final season of the uncommonly sensitive drama about a young man living on the autism spectrum is finally here. Watch as Sam (Keir Gilchrist) moves into the wider world, with all its excitement and pitfalls. Moving, thought-provoking stuff here.
Virgin River S3 (9th)
The third season of Virgin River arrives on Netflix, boasting its blend of low stakes drama and simmering romance. Fans of the show will know exactly what they’re in for, and love it accordingly.
Dead Don’t Die (11th)
Indie director Jim Jarmusch, who gave us his laconic take on vampires with Only Lovers Left Alive (2013), delivers his similarly laconic take on zombies! Expect loads of great acting from the likes of Bill Murray and Adam Driver plus delightful cameos from Iggy Pop, Tom Waits and Selena Gomez.
Dedicated to Dance (8th)
Irish series following children and teens who have, as the title suggests, dedicated their lives to dance. Expect lots of triumphs and heartbreaks along the way. Very few of them appear to do the ‘Running Man’, disappointingly.
The Nest (9th)
Slowburn yarn about a couple who can’t conceive and the 18-year-old who offers to be their surrogate. Of course not everything is as it seems… Quality BBC drama that the Poms seem so adept at shooting out, perfect for a wintry weekend’s viewing.
Luxe Listings Sydney (9th)
Follow the reality TV adventures of three real estate agents as they hustle and negotiate their way to making those big sales. This promises to be a combination of trashy telly and beautiful house porn, which is sure to be addictive and moreish.
Monsters at Work (7th)
Set after the events of Monsters Inc., Monsters at Work brings back Sulley (John Goodman) and Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) in a brand new animated adventure series. Expect a delightful time, until your kids ruin it by making you watch it over and over again.
PICK OF THE WEEK
Black Widow (9th) (Premiere Access)
The much-delayed Marvel film is finally here, and you can buy it and watch it from the comfort of your couch on day one! Finally see the backstory of Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) as she uncovers a conspiracy relating to her mysterious past. Also stars Florence Pugh and David Harbour.
Loki S1 finale (14th)
Wait, what?! Loki’s ending already? Just when you start to get attached, it’s all over. Still, Loki’s surprisingly stellar, imaginative first season is certain to have a startling ending that will reveal much about the future of the Marvel Universe.
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