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1 Season Now, Sky 5 x 60 mins
The worst nuclear disaster in history is not the most optimistic premise for a TV miniseries, but Chernobyl’s brilliant account of what happened after the eponymous nuclear reactor failed one spring morning in 1986 is superlative television.
Score: 9.5
1 Season Amazon Prime 9 x 60 mins
Any show that risks the crazy combo of Don Johnson and Jeremy Irons would routinely get a nod from us. However, Watchmen is also a bold dystopian drama that captures some of the race anxiety ripping across the US and elsewhere.
Score: 9.3
4 Seasons BBC iPlayer 38 x 60 mins
The Bridge opens as a body is found on the Oresund bridge, bang on the border between Sweden and Denmark.
Score: 9.3
6 Seasons Now, Sky 86 x 50 mins
For telly fans such as ourselves, this series marks the dawn of a TV revolution, where the small screen became as significant as the silver one, and home entertainment became a presence as large and looming as Tony Soprano himself. Bada bing bada boom.
Score: 9.3
5 Seasons Netflix 62 x 60 mins
There are few series as universally revered and conversation-sparking as this. And now, over ten years since it first aired, it’s high(senberg) time we revisited Breaking Bad.
Score: 9.3
1 Season BBC iPlayer 12 x 30 mins
Michaela Coel's stunning new series is most certainly not a family show, but if you have the stomach for gripping drama this is certainly a Must. Coel is not just a gifted writer and actor, but a brilliant humourist to boot. 
Score: 9.2
1 Season Amazon Prime 10 x 60 mins
Based on the Pulitzer Prize winner for Fiction by Colson Whitehead, over ten chapters the series tells the story of Cora (Thuso Mbedu), a slave on a Georgia plantation who, after years of abuse at the hands of her ‘master’ decides to escape.
Score: 9.2
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