Wiith Defending Jacob Apple TV+ have released a story that can only make us think the real world isn't so bad after all. We are not sure if that's a good thing, and we're also not sure you should grab an Apple TV+ sub on the basis of this show.
The Tiger King Joe Exotic is so crazy you won't know whether to laugh, cry or just self-isolate for the rest of your life.
If the Fifties is more your thing than the Flirties, a classic BBC adaptation of a much-loved children's story could be for you and your kids.
Sometimes you need something light and easy - in fact, so light and so easy it's positively trashy. You need Too Hot To Handle on Netflix.
A smart, dark comedy thriller with a sprinkling of Phoebe Waller-Bridge stardust ready to binge on Sky and Now TV.
It's a story that most of us know about: the former army major who cheated the hit show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire out of, ahem, a million quid. There was coughing from an accomplice and the major was found guilty of fraud.
When this show launched in summer 2014 a number of reviewers noted the timing reflected ongoing unrest in the Middle East. It's a smart, political thriller with a terrific central performance from Maggie Gyllenhaal.
In multiple series of different shows such as No Reservations and Parts Unknown, Bourdain trotted the globe in a way that now seems to us both mysterious and dangerous.
Directed by Michael Winterbottom this comedy dependable with glorious travel sees Steve Coogan alongside Rob Brydon put smiles on all our faces. And right now this is exactly what we need.