Must TV has always rated the Hospital series, but the arrival of Covid-19 has given it more urgency, more relevance indeed, than any of us could have imagined just a couple of months ago. This is a true Must.
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.
By interviewing some of the people who were there, Once Upon A Time In Iraq, tells a new story of the invasion, at times terrifying, but also by turns tender and unexpectedly funny. It is consistently compelling television.
Attenborough is once again brightening up our Sunday nights with his new natural history selection, A Perfect Planet. Each episode of this five-part miniseries explores a force of nature that has allowed life to flourish on earth.
Here at Must TV we know only two well that telly shows often promise to show us something new and unseen, however Art of Persia is one series that genuinely delivers on that promise with a richly coloured and fiercely intelligent palette.
David Attenborough’s dulcet tones are once again blessing us in his new documentary, Extinction: The Facts airing on the BBC. As he has taken to doing in recent years, David – or should we say grandpa – is here to deliver some hard truths, this time regarding alarming extinction rates and our planet’s plummeting biodiversity.