Weekly Lists

26th April 2021

Photograph courtesy of Netflix

Must TV were OFH yesterday evening – Oscars From Home – and for this week’s List we’re bringing you one of the winners.

Plus, Kate Winslet is once again struggling to stay afloat in Easttown, flesh eating creatures are taking over on Netflix, we’re going back to the 90s in The Hunters, and Sir David is catching us up on the last year.

Here’s what you should be watching this week

1 Season Netflix 1 x 80 mins
This documentary feels like a big warm hug...from an octopus. Talk of this heart-warming, beautiful and - believe it or not - really quite emotional documentary about an octopus was everywhere last autumn, and now it’s gone and won an Oscar.
Score: 8.7
1 Season Netflix 8 x 45 mins
It’s been almost two years since the final episode of Game of Thrones aired, and we’re still on the hunt for something to fill that void, hopefully with equally lengthy, novel-based plots, but with a smidgen less incest. Enter: Shadow and Bone.
Score: 7.2
1 Season Now TV, Sky 7 X 50 mins
In Easttown, Kate Winslet couldn’t be further from that swooning character in everyone’s favourite disaster movie. Here she’s a small-town cop, burdened by life and driven by duty. But she still needs help staying afloat...
Score: 8.3
1 Season Apple TV+ 1 x 50 mins
For most of us, 2020 was a bit of a shocker. There was both political chaos and Covid-19 sweeping the globe. But it turns out, not all of earth’s inhabitants were so put out by the pandemic...
Score: 7.6
1 Season All4 12 x 60 mins
The opening scene of The Hunter, with its scorching skies and swaying grass, is sure to have you itching to board a plane and jet off for warmer climes. At least, it will for the first few seconds, until it cuts to archive footage of a bloody corpses.
Score: 8.0
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