At only 80 minutes Dad’s is a heart-warming piece of family television. As Will Smith says in the film – how come you get a 1,000 page manual when you buy a new TV set, but “they send you home with a baby and nothing?”
Central Park is created by the team behind the Fox sitcom Bob’s Burgers – a show which hasn’t achieved the cult status in the UK that it has in the US – and both shows celebrate eccentrics who dream big.
The new Apple TV documentary film, Boys State, explores the baffling world of the annual political club organised and sponsored by the American Legion, in which young boys get to play at running for government.
Tehran gives you an almost-can’t-handle-it level of tension. Our protagonist is Tamar Rabinyan, a Mossad Agent who is sent to infiltrate Iran, because it looks like they’re up to no good with nuclear weapons.
The invention of Must TV was one small step for man, one giant leap for TV-bingeing-kind. Luckily we took that step, and now we can bring you great TV picks like Apple TV+’s sci-fi series, For All Mankind.
When you heard that Prince Harry and Oprah were teaming up for a telly show again, you likely rolled your eyes, predicting another round of Twitter storms and rants on Good Morning Britain. But now it’s out, we’re pleased to report that our social feeds are remarkably calm.