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A round-up of the last month of the world's best TV with everything from eye-popping sex scandals, to turn of the century NYC period drama, to a Liverpool cop responding to professional and personal faultlines.
Welcome to our last Must List of the year, with a cracking mix of hidden gems and the most talked-about shows, proving that Must can unearth the golden TV that the streamers' algorithms fail to recommend.
We'll be taking a break for a few weeks, but will see you in 2022. Happy Christmas dear readers!
We've got some brilliant music docs to keep you entertained this week, alongside outstanding journalism on fraud and royalty - not mixed up mind you. And the National Theatre comes to screen on Sky Arts.
Adele is belting out some hit tunes to a celebrity audience, space cowboys are putting (other)worlds to rights and Amazon have launched their very own Game of Thrones challenger series.
Winter is coming. Although, to be honest, feels like it's already here.
Get your Must booster with an armful of soothing TV to see you through the winter evenings.
We have powerful and entertaining documentaries, a brilliant drama with Will Ferrell... and... the Doctor is back.
Governments and Gretas galore have ben trying to crack the climate conundrum in Glasgow this week - we bring you one of the best pieces of recent TV on the issue. Also, we have the wondrous Bertie Carvel, a couple of thrillers and a riveting doc about WeWork.
A pinch and a punch for the first of the month! Winter may be well on its way but it's not all doom and gloom. Must are here to brighten the dark days with some must-see telly. This week is chock-a-block with comedy, with a couple of first-class thrillers thrown in for good measure. See - there's a reason to smile after all.