The classic reality show is a hit every season, as the nation tunes in to watch overly confident aspiring entrepreneurs try and persuade cranky Lord Sugar that they’ve got what it takes to make it big in business.
A show where nervous and naïve small business owners pitch their big ideas to five rather rich potential investors? We’re in.
We get that many teenagers would argue that their years spent in secondary school were ‘literally hell’. But in the case of Buffy, she’d really mean literally, hell.
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.
Before Breaking Bad, Narcos, and Ozark, there was The Wire – this early noughties series is the kingpin of crime dramas.
David Attenborough has churned out a good few docs since this was released in 2006, but none have ticked quite so many boxes as the utterly brilliant piece of art that is Planet Earth.
So much comedy now is wry-smile kinda stuff, but Fawlty Towers is quite simply laugh out loud and roll around on the sofa. Proper. Old fashioned. Comedy.
Now don’t get us wrong, we love a police procedural with high-octane chase scenes, shocking discoveries and gory forensics. But even we need a sweet palette cleanser after a winter full of bitter detective dramas.
This is a Sherlock Holmes spin off about a bunch of angsty, misfit teenagers who help their eccentric detective leader unravel London’s biggest mysteries.