Don’t tell the boss, but here at Must we are big on guilty pleasures: morning gin, lunchtime cigars and afternoons betting on the nags.
However for those Must readers who want slightly simpler vices we bring you a very special compendium.
The Circle is reality show Big Brother smacked over the head with Instagram, and then trapping all its contestants into their own, individual diary rooms.
The series follows the lives of some of Los Angeles’ most successful real estate agents, as they swan about on the Sunset Plaza, looking beautiful, selling houses and starting drama. I know, it doesn’t exactly sound like ground-breaking telly, does it?
This show has been on air since 1968 and is a BBC classic full of tips and tricks for keeping your flowerbeds full of colour, and how to get the best harvest out of your veg patch.
Sacré bleu! The French are fuming after the cliché filled fantasy, Emily in Paris, hit Netflix.
As sitcoms go, this is up there among the silliest. But when you need a quick twenty minutes of raucous, camp ridiculousness, there’s no company better than Will & Grace.
You have been warned. Take one trip on the Below Deck franchise and you might well be hooked.
It’s a period piece with bells on, as Regency London gets a bling makeover from Hollywood royalty.
Sometimes when you switch telly on in the evening, you’re way too tired to face the high-speed chases of a crime drama, or the subliminal lecturing of a doc. What you need is a cosy classic, which requires minimum attention.
Despite the title, this isn’t a show about a mother screaming at her teenager to clear the stack of mugs and plates building up in their room.
No, this programme isn’t about a husband disgruntled by his wife’s refusal to forgive him three days after he loaded the dishwasher incorrectly. It’s about something even better than that: the joy of dogs.