We all sometimes feel overwhelmed when trying to choose something new and good to watch in the world of streaming - so if you're in need of some help, you've come to the right place.

The latest major series to land on Disney Plus is Shōgun, a much-anticipated adaptation of the James Clavell novel of the same name and part of his time-spanning Asian Saga series. Hiroyuki Sanada (John Wick: Chapter 4) stars as the fearless Lord Yoshii Toranaga, who is left fighting for his life after his enemies on the Council of Regents unite against him.

As well as having an epic battle on his hands, he's confronted by a mysterious European ship that has washed up on shore, with its English pilot John Blackthorne (Cosmo Jarvis) claiming to have secrets that could help Toranaga.

Meanwhile, Apple TV+ has become a home for sci-fi fans - and new series Constellation is the streamer's latest offering. The psychological thriller follows astronaut Jo (Noomi Rapace), who returns to Earth after a disaster in space to find her life inexplicably different to how she left it.

Created by writer Peter Harness (known for his work on Doctor Who, among other shows) and Emmy winner Michelle MacLaren, the series features Rapace alongside Breaking Bad star Jonathan Banks and Oppenheimer actor James D'Arcy.

And if that wasn't enough, Netflix's long-awaited Avatar: the Last Airbender has finally landed on the streamer, giving the Gaang the live-action treatment. The new series revamps the iconic story with an all-new cast, including Gordon Cormier, who's starring as Aang, as well as the incredible Daniel Dae Kim, who's taking on the role of the villainous Fire Lord Ozai.

However, if movies are more your thing, you could try writer/director Celine Song's debut feature Past Lives, which tells of two South Korean childhood sweethearts who reconnect in New York many years later. The film was named the third best of 2023 by RadioTimes.com and has unsurprisingly gone on to perform extremely well when it comes to award nominations.

It's up for two prizes at the upcoming Oscars, with Song's script nominated in the Best Original Screenplay category and the film set to compete with big hitters such as Oppenheimer and Killers of the Flower Moon in the Best Picture category.

Other suggestions include mystery thriller The Outfit, starring Mark Rylance; superhero flick The Marvels, a follow-up to 2019’s Captain Marvel; Bottoms, a female-driven dark comedy from Emma Seligman and Rachel Sennott; or Orion and the Dark, a DreamWorks animated movie about an anxious boy who befriends a giant creature.

There's plenty of other streaming options, and so to give you a bit of a hand, RadioTimes.com has collated some of the best new offerings: from Netflix and Disney Plus to Prime Video, BBC iPlayer and Apple TV+, here are the latest highlights across the services.

Whether it’s motoring mayhem in the form of The Grand Tour: Sand Job, an adult animated series like Hazbin Hotel or a timely sports documentary such as Six Nations: Full Contact, there's something here to suit everyone's taste.

Take a look at the list below, which includes all the details about where you can watch any title – and what we think...

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  • Shogun

    • 2024
    • Romance
    • Drama

    Summary:

    Early 17th-century Japan teeters on the brink of civil war in a 10-part adaptation of James Clavell's best-selling novel. In the year 1600, the Council of Regents unites against Lord Yoshii Toranaga (Hiroyuki Sanada), lighting the fuse on a devastating civil war that will definite the century in Japan. Bureaucrat Ishido Kazunari (Takehiro Hira) is Toranaga's fiercest rival and the Lord turns to his trusted general Toda Hiromatsu (Tokuma Nishioka) for advice as conflict looms. A mysterious European ship is found marooned in a nearby fishing village and pilot John Blackthorne (Cosmo Jarvis) bears secrets that could benefit Toranaga. They unite with the help of translator and Christian noblewoman Toda Mariko (Anna Sawai), who intends to honour her late father and restore her family name in the shadow of her jealous husband Toda Hirokatsu (Shinnosuke Abe)

    Why watch?:

    James Clavell’s 1975 novel, a 1,000-page doorstop that became a huge bestseller, receives a lavish dramatisation. In 1600, an Englishman, John Blackthorne, becomes the first man from his country to reach Japan, where he finds a feudal system in flux and a delicate religious culture he is happy to disrupt: Catholicism has a foothold, but Blackthorne is a Protestant.

    If you can keep up with who everyone is in the first episode, it wrings gripping drama from the clash of cultures, and from the power struggles in 17th-century Japan. Beautifully rendered via location shooting and clever CGI, it’s a place where death, by execution or suicide, is always only a moment away.

    Jack Seale

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  • The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy

    • 2024
    • Comedy
    • Fantasy
    • 15

    Summary:

    Daring surgeons (and inseparable best friends) Dr Klak and Dr Sleech work at The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy where they frequently risk everything to take on the most dangerous cases in the universe.

    Why watch?:

    A pacy animated sitcom introduces Dr Sleech (Stephanie Hsu) and Dr Klak (Keke Palmer), two aliens who are best friends and a formidable pair of surgeons. They’re tasked with treating illnesses — mostly colourful parasites — using the technology of the future, although the latter can’t fix their disastrous personal lives.

    It operates on the principle that if one zany, snarky idea isn’t that funny, there’ll be another one along in a few seconds’ time — and the supporting cast, featuring Kieran Culkin, Maya Rudolph, Natasha Lyonne and Sam Smith, is impressive.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Formula 1: Drive to Survive

    • 2019
    • Documentary and factual
    • News and current affairs
    • 15

    Summary:

    Motor racing documentary series with unprecedented access to the drivers and teams, complementing action on the track with interviews and previously unseen footage

    Why watch?:

    The 2023 F1 season isn’t one that will live long in the memory: the last thing most fans want is for one driver to win almost every race, which is what happened as Max Verstappen ran away with the title.

    So, the new season of a long-running, highly influential sports doc looks for stories elsewhere: Canadian driver Lance Stroll, desperate to win in his unfancied Aston Martin; Dutch rookie Nyck de Vries, who finds the step up to elite level punishingly difficult; and Britain’s Lewis Hamilton, who has driven for Mercedes for 13 years, but is obsessed with winning. Is now the time for him to finally make his move?

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Married To The Game

    • 2024
    • Entertainment
    • Sport

    Summary:

    Docuseries about the wives and girlfriends of Premier League footballers during the summer break and transfer season

    Why watch?:

    The wives and girlfriends of Premier League footballers — such as Cat Harding, fiancée of Arsenal player Jorginho — lead the sort of privileged but strange lives that make good fodder for a light documentary series.

    The women talk about domestic arrangements entirely focused on the next match, wherever that may be: for instance, cameras capture the moment when Taylor Ward, the wife of former Man City player Riyad Mahrez, is given the news that she’s about to move to Saudi Arabia.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender

    • 2024
    • Action
    • Fantasy

    Summary:

    A live-action reimagining of the popular Nickelodeon animated series hopes to emulate One Piece by introducing ardent fans and new viewers to the daredevil exploits of a reluctant young hero called Aang (Gordon Cormier). He lives in a deeply divided world where four elemental nations once lived in harmony. Alas, the Fire nation attacked and destroyed the Air Nomads and now the power-hungry firebenders are intent on total domination. Aang is the last of his revered kind, an Avatar with the power to master air, earth, fire and water and restore balance with the help of siblings Sokka (Ian Ousley) and Katara (Kiawentiio). Unfortunately, Crown Prince Zuko (Dallas Liu) is determined to capture the unlikely saviours and Aang faces the omnipresent threat of fearsome Fire Lord Ozai (Daniel Dae Kim) and his abundant allies

    Why watch?:

    The classic noughties cartoon gets the now-obligatory live-action Netflix remake. In this fantasy universe, four lands based on the classical elements — the Earth Kingdom, Water Tribes, Air Nomads and Fire Nation — live in harmony, aided by individuals who can manipulate those elements themselves. But when the Fire Nation attacks, it’s up to young Airbender Aang (Gordon Cormier) — who has the unique ability to use all four elements — to save the world.

    A slavish re-creation of the original cartoon, this one may be more for existing fans.

    Huw Fullerton

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  • Constellation

    • 2024
    • Mystery
    • Romance

    Summary:

    A brave astronaut vows to piece together her fractured life in a psychological thriller created and written by Peter Harness. In the aftermath of a disaster in space that almost kills her, Jo (Noomi Rapace) returns home to Earth to the loving embrace of her daughter. However, reality back on terra firma doesn't gel with the visions in Jo's head and she fears her duties far above the surface of the planet may have irrevocably warped her mind. Desperate to expose the truth, Jo flirts with paranoia and wild conspiracy theories to reclaim what she contends has been stolen from her

    Why watch?:

    Astronauts are exposed to sights those grounded on Earth wish they could see, but this genre-bending eight-parter asks us to question what it is that scientist Jo (Noomi Rapace) is witnessing. She’s on the ISS at the time of a disaster, but life soon proves terrifying when she finds she can no longer trust her own eyes.

    Part sci-fi drama, part psychological thriller, the show’s aim is to spark debate about its ambiguities. Has Jo’s brain been starved of oxygen? Might she have been exposed to something? Could she be dead? Or is this all just some nightmare that Jo is experiencing while separated from loved ones? In space, no one can hear you dream...

    David Brown

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  • Can I Tell You A Secret?

    • 2024
    • Documentary and factual
    • Crime/detective

    Summary:

    In January 2022 at Chester Crown Court, Matthew Hardy was sentenced to nine years in prison for five counts of stalking, the longest custodial term in British history for stalking online. A two-part documentary tells this harrowing story in the words of the women he targeted and the police charged with bringing him to justice. Part One relives the impact of Hardy's frightening campaign of harassment while Part Two sifts through the mounting evidence, which eventually leads authorities to a small town in Cheshire

    Why watch?:

    In 2022, Matthew Hardy was sentenced to nine years in prison — the longest custodial term ever handed down in British history for online stalking. Hardy used multiple accounts, sending phishing messages to his victims’ loved ones and deploying a relentless energy for harassment to terrify his targets, several of whom tell their stories in this atmospheric two-part true-crime doc.

    We also see how, gradually, victims and police officers managed to narrow down who and where Hardy was — but not before he’d been harassing women for more than a decade.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Star Wars: The Bad Batch

    • 2021
    • Drama
    • Animation

    Summary:

    A pack of elite clone troopers, set out to tackle several audacious mercenary missions across the galaxy

    Why watch?:

    A story that began in the animated series Clone Wars concludes, as we reach the final season of the energetic follow-up, set at the dawn of the evil Galactic Empire and taking place between the events of Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. We’re flying with a group of wise-cracking mercenaries, on a mission to foil the nefarious Palpatine by infiltrating enemy territory.

    Expect plenty of spectacular combat scenes, plus some arguably less successful dialogue where heroes and villains trade sardonic barbs.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Messi's World Cup: The Rise of a Legend

    • 2024
    • Drama
    • Sport

    Summary:

    Messi narrates the ultimate story of his career with Argentina's national soccer team

    Why watch?:

    Apple’s deal with Major League Soccer and Lionel Messi is one they understandably want to capitalise on, but the official documentary about Messi’s World Cup triumph with Argentina in 2022, Captains of the World, is on Netflix. So this series takes a different, Messi-centred approach, moving slowly through the tournament via match footage and interviews (including with Leo himself), interwoven with memories of previous, unsuccessful World Cups and the great man’s club career.

    It unequivocally gets across how much it meant.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Boarders

    • 2024
    • Comedy
    • Drama

    Summary:

    Five talented black teenagers receive scholarships to a prestigious boarding school only to discover they're only there to improve the school's image after a problematic scandal. Comedy series starring Derek Riddell and Harry Gilby

    Why watch?:

    This sharp new comedy arrives with a simple, but irresistible idea: five talented black teenagers receive scholarships to attend a prestigious boarding school. Yet, as they soon discover, their presence is a PR stunt intended to improve the school’s image after a scandal.

    It’s classic fish-out-of-water stuff, fuelled by resonant themes and a winning cast of well-written leads. Leah (Jodie Campbell) is the political one; Toby (Sekou Diaby) is the class clown. Myles Kamwendo’s Omar? The nerd. Aruna Jalloh’s Femi? The loner. The highlight is tough, streetwise Jaheim (Josh Tedeku), who clashes with posh school bully Rupert (Harry Gilby).

    Stephen Kelly

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  • The Grand Tour

    • 2016
    • Lifestyle
    • Comedy
    • PG

    Summary:

    Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel the globe

    Why watch?:

    Incredible locations, questionable cars, a programme title that’s slightly offensive on at least two levels... Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are back. This time they’re in modified sports cars — an Aston Martin for Hammond, although it proves not to be quite at James Bond levels of tech wizardry — mounting some sort of tribute to the Paris-Dakar rally by speeding across the vast deserts and through the busy towns of Mauritania.

    You know the trio are having fun when they end up pushing large vehicles off cliffs — or in this case, steep dunes.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • The Dynasty: New England Patriots

    • 2024
    • Sport
    • Documentary and factual

    Summary:

    This 10-part documentary series gains unprecedented access to one of the teams with the most Super Bowl victories. Directed by Emmy-winning filmmaker Matthew Hamachek, The Dynasty: New England Patriots charts the rise of one of American football's powerhouses over a 20-year period. Key figures including former quarterback Tom Brady, coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft reflect on this golden age for the team, enriched with previously unseen video footage and audio files from the Patriots' vast archive

    Why watch?:

    American football teams revolve around two men: the head coach and the quarterback. The New England Patriots’ former coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady are the sport’s most revered duo, because between 2001 and 2019 they dominated the NFL. Both are big characters, which means they didn’t always agree and were regularly buffeted by controversy.

    Now they’ve both finally left the Patriots, this ten-part documentary series can lay out all the insider gossip.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Dad's Army

    • 1968
    • Sitcom
    • Drama
    • PG

    Summary:

    "Dad's Army" is Jimmy Perry and David Croft's British sitcom following the antics of Home Guard volunteers as they try to protect the fictional Walmington-on-Sea from a potential Nazi invasion. The platoon of mainly older characters is led by pompous local bank manager Captain Mainwaring (Arthur Lowe). He is joined by bank clerk Sergeant Wilson (John Le Mesurier), butcher Lance Corporal Jones (Clive Dunn), undertaker Private Frazer (John Laurie), black-market spiv Private Walker (James Beck), medical orderly Private Godfrey (Arnold Ridley), and bank clerk Private Pike (Ian Lavender), the baby of the group. The supporting characters include ARP Warden Hodges (Bill Pertwee), the vicar (Frank Williams) and Mrs Fox (Pamela Cundell), a widow Jones has his eye on. Jones has a number of catchphrases, including "Don't panic!", "They don't like it up ‘em", and "Permission to speak, sir". Mainwaring often has good cause to say "You stupid boy" to Pike. The sitcom's theme tune, "Who Do You Think You Are Kidding, Mr Hitler?", was sung by wartime entertainer Bud Flanagan. The series was hugely popular during its original run between 1968 and 1977 and still delivers strong ratings today whenever it is repeated. A feature film was made in 1971 and a stage show premiered in 1975 featuring many of the original cast. A new stage show emerged in 2007, with Peter Martin playing Capt Mainwaring.

    Why watch?:

    Sadness greeted the news of Ian Lavender’s recent death, but with it came a swelling of affection for one of Britain’s most adored comedies. It’s clear in every episode that co-writers Jimmy Perry and David Croft had both a keen imperative to make audiences laugh and the ammo to do it — the spectacle of keen-as-mustard old dodderers trying to keep up will never age. But there was nuance and pathos, too: the heartbreak of Godfrey being outed as a conchie in Branded, the Brief Encounter- style romance of Mum’s Army and intrigue about Wilson’s private life in Getting the Bird.

    That multidimensional approach is the reason “you have been watching” — and still are.

    Mark Braxton

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  • Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One

    • Romance
    • Thriller
    • 2023
    • Christopher McQuarrie
    • 163 mins
    • 12A

    Summary:

    Ethan Hunt and fellow Impossible Missions Force operatives Benji Dunn and Luther Stickell race to acquire two halves of an interlocking 3D key that can regain control of a lethal artificial intelligence. Opportunistic thief Grace unwittingly picks a pocket and becomes entangled in the globe-trotting caper. Action thriller, starring Tom Cruise, Hayley Atwell and Simon Pegg

    Why watch?:

    The seventh instalment in the action franchise sees agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) tackle an AI weapon known as “the Entity”. As it has been disrupting the world’s digital infrastructure, Hunt and his accomplices — including new recruit, Grace (Hayley Atwell) — race to obtain the key to control it.

    The film is the first half of a planned two-parter, but you needn’t worry about being short-changed, as there are plenty of high-octane stunts and anxiety-inducing moments to set pulses racing.

    Patrick Cremona

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  • Life & Beth

    • 2022
    • Comedy
    • Drama

    Summary:

    After an unexpected incident, Beth starts having flashbacks to her teen self and learns how she became who she is and who she wants to become.

    Why watch?:

    Season two of a romantic comedy drama that, for better or worse, resembles a very long version of an amiable but inessential indie film. Beth (Amy Schumer) marries John (Michael Cera) and they plan to have a family, but Beth being a crass, insecure clown means she struggles to deal with her husband’s unusual behaviour.

    If you’ve ever seen Schumer in anything, you’ll know the comic persona to expect, although over time this show refines the old routine a little. The support cast is strong: Jemima Kirke of Girls and Sex Education fame now joins it as a no-nonsense doula.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin

    • Drama
    • Animation
    • 2024
    • Raymond S. Persi
    • 39 mins
    • PG

    Summary:

    Franklin is new to town and hoping to make friends, but his usual tactics don't work on the Peanuts gang. When the Soap Box Derby arrives, he's sure it's a chance to impress new pals and teams up with the only other unpartnered kid: Charlie Brown.

    Why watch?:

    In 1968, Charles M Schulz introduced the first black Peanuts character, Franklin, following the assassination of Martin Luther King. Back then, Franklin introduced himself by returning Charlie Brown’s ball at the beach.

    In this alternative origin story, he is the new kid in town, a soldier’s son who struggles to make friends with the gang — until he and Charlie team up for a boxcar race.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Past Lives

    • Romance
    • Drama
    • 2023
    • Celine Song
    • 105 mins
    • 12A

    Summary:

    Arthur and playwright wife Nora are happily settled in New York. Her childhood first love Hae Sung visits the city from South Korea, supposedly on holiday, and she agrees to show him the sights. It has been more than 20 years since Nora left Seoul with her family, bound initially for Toronto, and changed her birth name of Na Young. In the interim, she has only exchanged a few video calls with Hae Sung. Nora is compelled to reflect on what might have been

    Why watch?:

    Celine Song’s nuanced indie romantic drama is a graceful and sensitive movie about unrequited passions and what happens when the stars don’t quite align. Like In the Mood for Love before it, the film is destined to find a place in the hearts of incurable romantics.

    The story begins with two young Korean best friends being separated by a family move to Toronto. Twelve years later, budding playwright Nora (Greta Lee) gets back in touch with Hae Sung (Teo Yoo, and old emotions are stirred. But when he travels to America another decade on, Nora is now married to fellow writer Arthur (John Magaro).

    Avoiding Hollywood histrionics, Song crafts a sophisticated tear-jerker that captures the realities of love and subtly explores the idea that the grass isn’t always greener.

    James Mottram

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  • Einstein and the Bomb

    • History
    • Documentary and factual
    • 2024
    • Anthony Philipson
    • 76 mins
    • 15

    Summary:

    Docudrama about Einstein's activities after he fled Nazi Germany, told in his own words using archival footage

    Why watch?:

    Archive footage is combined with Albert Einstein’s own words, including scenes of dramatic reconstruction, in a feature-length documentary exploring the decision that defined the final decade of the great scientist’s life. Having fled from the Nazis, Einstein joined a group of physicists who warned the US about the potential threat from a German nuclear bomb.

    When the Americans then created and used such a weapon but the Germans failed to, Einstein was left analysing his own actions and trying to deal with insurmountable guilt.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
  • Bagpuss

    • 1974
    • Children's
    • Animation
    • U

    Summary:

    Classic children's fun with the saggy old cloth cat and his friends

    Why watch?:

    There were only ever 13 episodes of this warm glow of a children’s series, which just turned 50. Yet so indelibly etched are they in our minds, helped no doubt by repeats into the 1980s, that everyone remembers the sepia-tinted intro about Emily and her shop that “didn’t sell anything”, the autoharp glissando that cast a spell on its toys, and our hero’s gigantic yawn.

    Folk songs were sung, stories of ballet shoes and biscuit mills were told, and young and old fell in love. Who knew a saggy cloth cat could work magic? But he still does. Happy birthday, Bagpuss.

    Mark Braxton

    How to watch
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

    • 1999
    • Drama
    • Crime/detective
    • PG

    Summary:

    Hard-hitting and emotional series chronicling the life and crimes of the New York Police Department, starring Mariska Hargitay

    Why watch?:

    This police procedural warhorse is that rare thing: a spin-off more popular than its progenitor. In fact, not only has SVU surpassed the episode count of the original Law & Order, it’s also now the longest- running primetime live-action series on US television. Only one person has been there from the very start — Mariska Hargitay, as the tough but empathetic Olivia Benson.

    But almost as dedicated in the pursuit of sex offenders in New York is Fin Tutuola (Ice-T), who’s been stealing scenes by yelling “shuddup!” at suspects since series two.

    David Brown

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  • Lady Macbeth

    • Drama
    • Romance
    • 2016
    • William Oldroyd
    • 85 mins
    • 15

    Summary:

    Period drama based on a Russian novella, starring Florence Pugh and Cosmo Jarvis. In 19th-century England, a woman is trapped in an abusive arranged marriage to the son of a wealthy miner. As she attempts to escape the misery of her circumstances, she embarks on a passionate affair.

    Why watch?:

    Fresh, cunning and completely unflinching, this isn’t Shakespeare’s Lady Macbeth but rather debut director William Oldroyd’s stark depiction of a young woman taking back control of her life in rural northern England at the turn of the 20th century.

    Based on a Russian novella, the film stars Florence Pugh as Katherine, a woman trapped in an abusive arranged marriage. This is daring cinema that will chill you to the bone and leave you rooting for its understandably immoral heroine.

    Karen Krizanovich

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  • The New Look

    • 2024
    • Romance
    • War

    Summary:

    Fashion sows seeds of hope during the second World War In Nazi-occupied Paris in a finely tailored 10-part series created by Todd A Kessler, featuring costumes made collaboration with the House of Dior. At a pivotal moment in the 20th century, the reign of Coco Chanel (Juliette Binoche) as the world's most famous fashion designer is threatened by the rise of Christian Dior (Ben Mendelsohn). His creative brilliance restores beauty to the stricken capital and inspires rivals and contemporaries including Chanel, Pierre Balmain (Thomas Poitevin) and Cristobal Balenciaga (Nuno Lopes). Grammy Award winner Jack Antonoff curates a soundtrack of contemporary cover versions by the likes of Bleachers, Nick Cave, Lana Del Rey, Matty Healy from The 1975, and Florence Welch

    Why watch?:

    The birth of modern fashion is recounted in a riveting, disquieting period drama that pulls together a cast as high-end as the fashion houses it chronicles.

    In Paris 1955, Christian Dior (Ben Mendelsohn) is overcome with anxiety ahead of a retrospective of his most famous designs (it’s here we get a scintillating morsel of the jaw-dropping costume that will later follow in this ten-part series). Meanwhile, Coco Chanel (Juliette Binoche) is 70 years old and speaking to the press about her comeback. “Print this: Christian Dior ruined French couture,” she scoffs. “And I’m coming back to save it.”

    Their rivalry must wait, though. We soon wind back to 1943 and find both Dior and Chanel amid the brutality of the Second World War and the Nazi occupation of the French capital. Here their threads are sparsely interwoven, but they’re both doing what they must to put their families first and survive. Glenn Close, John Malkovich, Maisie Williams and Claes Bang are among the stellar support.

    Frances Taylor

    How to watch
  • Love Is Blind

    • 2020
    • Entertainment
    • Reality
    • 15

    Summary:

    Nick Lachey and wife Vanessa hosts an unconventional dating show, which keeps lovelorn contestants hidden from each other until they are ready to go down on bended knee and propose

    Why watch?:

    Just in time for Valentine's Day, a new set of singletons from Charlotte, North Carolina, step into the "pods" for series six of the reality show. Their aim? To propose within days, despite never having seen the person they're to wed.

    The bingeable format seems gimmicky but it has resulted in some happy marriages - and even babies. Get used to it
    - the news is that a UK version is coming this year, hosted by Emma and Matt Willis.

    Laura Rutkowski

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  • Sunderland Til I Die

    • 2018
    • Documentary and factual
    • Sport
    • 15

    Summary:

    Highlights the unfailing passion Sunderland residents have for their beloved football club, taking viewers through the highs and lows of SAFC's 2017-18 season in the Championship following its relegation the previous year.

    Why watch?:

    If you liked Welcome to Wrexham, catch up now with the series that directly inspired it. Like the hit Disney Plus show, this docuseries is smartly attuned to how important a football club can be to a local community, especially in hard times. It debuted in 2018, when Sunderland had just been relegated to the Championship and were expected to bounce back quickly — only to capture them instead being relegated again.

    As we return, the team are still in League One but hopes are high — among the players and the fans, with whom we once again spend plenty of time.

    Jack Seale

    How to watch
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