Lucifer, Black Sails and The Martian – all new on demand this week

Our round-up of the best new TV and film on Netflix, Amazon and beyond also includes Lemmy: In His Own Words, Macbeth and 102 Dalmatians

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All the best new film and TV on Netflix, Amazon Prime and more… 

Tom Ellis is a long way from Miranda in US series Lucifer. The British actor plays Lucifer, the seductive Lord of Hell, who has made a home for himself in the sleazy glamour of Los Angeles. The series, made by US network Fox, is loosely based on the character from Neil Gaiman’s Sandman graphic novel series and is landing exclusively on Amazon Prime in the UK, week-by-week. 

Lucifer is available on Amazon Prime from 26th January 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6P1cQMdFXA

War is coming in the third instalment of this bloody, salty pirate drama. All the New World lives in fear of Captain Flint (Toby Stephens), but when his campaign of terror crosses over into madness, and new threats emerge to challenge his supremacy, it falls to John Silver (Luke Arnold) to locate the man within the monster…

Black Sails series 3 is available now on Amazon Prime

A manned mission to Mars goes awry for Matt Damon in this sweeping space-set epic. Damon plays Mark Watney, a botanist, mechanical engineer and astronaut who is left for dead when a space storm on Mars causes the crew of the Ares 3 mission to evacuate the planet. With no way to contact NASA, Watney embarks on a mission to survive independently in space…

The Martian is available on TalkTalk TV Store from today 

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BBC Music is remembering the late Motorhead frontman Lemmy with a new documentary. Lemmy: In His Own Words looks back at performances and interviews from across the iconic performer’s 50-year career, featuring clips from Later… with Jools Holland, The Young Ones, French & Saunders, Top of the Pops and more. The rock legend died aged 70 just two days after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer at the end of last year. 

Lemmy: In His Own Words is available now on BBC iPlayer 

Michael Fassbender takes on one of Shakespeare’s most iconic anti-heroes in this dark and atmospheric flick. The iconic Scottish tale might be well known, but this retelling is far from predictable. 

Macbeth is available on TalkTalk TV Store from today 

Glenn Close is back as the puppy-hunting, fur-loving villain Cruella de Vil in this madcap adventure. Furry fun for all the family. 

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102 Dalmatians is on Netflix from 29th January