Raising Dion S2 (1st)
The second season of the underrated family drama/lowkey superhero yarn is here with more love, laughs, action and (hopefully) Michael B. Jordan. This is a good show with the potential to be great.
The Tinder Swindler (2nd)
Fascinating looking documentary about a dodgy Tinder bloke who managed to cheat women out of millions of dollars and the amazing efforts taken to bring him to justice. This looks like an absolute pearler.
Improvised comedy show starring Will Arnett as a cop who fumbles his way through new cases with a celebrity guest star every episode. Partners include Annie Murphy, Conan O’Brien, Ken Jeong, Kumail Nanjiani, Marshawn Lynch and Sharon Stone.
Sweet Magnolias S2 (4th)
The second season of the beloved telly show is here. Follow the lives and loves of three besties as they navigate the rollercoaster of existence in the Southern American town of Serenity.
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs. The World (2nd)
The battle lines have been drawn, the soldiers are ready, the fight is on. It’s the fabulous UK queens versus the rest of the world in the glitteriest, bitchiest, most hilarious grudge match of all time. Tuck and cover, everyone!
Power Book IV: Force (6th)
The fourth Power spin-off is here, focusing time on fan favourite character Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora) as he moves to Chicago after the events of the main series.
Raised by Wolves S2 (3rd)
Ridley Scott’s bizarre, spectacular sci-fi series gets a second season of truly weird storytelling. Featuring homicidal robots, fundamentalist knights, giant snake monster… things and a hostile planet, this is compelling stuff.
The first season of And Just Like That comes to an end. Just like that! So, what did you think? Did it grow on you? Are you looking forward to a potential second season. And, seriously, if you get another one, bring back Sam (Kim Cattrall), please!
An American Pickle (4th)
Decidedly odd, amiable film about a Jewish labourer (played by Seth Rogen) who accidentally ends up in 2019, and meets his great grandson (also Seth Rogen). Shenanigans ensue in this surprisingly heartfelt little charmer.
Event Horizon (1st)
Imperfect and a bit of a mess, this is nonetheless a great example of a space horror flick. Imagine The Shining meets Hellraiser in space and you’ve got an idea of what it’s all about. They don’t make ‘em like this anymore!
Another attempt at adapting the popular Jack Reacher book series by Lee Childs, this time tiny Tom Cruise is swapped out for man mountain Alan Ritchson. Will the height change give the show an advantage? Find out this week!
PICK OF THE WEEK
Pam & Tommy (2nd)
A weird mixture of tragic, funny and very compelling, Pam & Tommy is the true life story of the sex tape scandal that rocked the worlds of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. Starring Lily James, Sebastian Stan and Seth Rogen, this is compulsive and a little bit heartbreaking.
The French Dispatch (2nd)
Fans of star-studded casts, oddly symmetrical framing, rather twee storytelling and affected performances will delight in this new Wes Anderson film. Everyone else will wonder what all the fuss is about.
Incredibly moving documentary about a legendary climber who died in 1999 and the meaningful legacy he left for his now adult children. This one looks like it will require tissues. And wine. And cheese. And those nice crackers, you know the ones.
Twist-filled, exciting looking thriller series starring the great Uma Thurman. Involves the kidnapping of a prominent business woman’s son and the four Poms who cop the blame. But did they do it? You’ll have to wait and see, eh.
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