The votes have been counted, and we're pleased to announce you called The Queen's Gambit as the best show of 2020! And we're sure 2021 will have many more telly treats in store.
What a year it has been, full of trials, tribulations...and telly. Despite halted productions, some incredible shows made their debut this year. But which is the best? We've picked our top ten faves from this year, but we're leaving the final decision up to you.
Christmas will be just a little bit different in 2020: no embarrassing moments at the office party, no falling out with the rellies and absolutely no theatre trips. Well, let's change that last one with our top picks for staying in but going out...
This week, we've got a soapy sci-fi series, a fantastically funny adult animation, and a couple of family favourites. Also, keep an eye on your inbox on Wednesday, when we'll be dropping an extra list to keep you watching over the holidays.
In this week's List it's a Wilds week of telly, with teens in turmoil and Russia's raucous Red Penguins on the ice. Plus, we've got a gently festive treat in the ever wholesome, Gone Fishing, and we pay tribute to John Le Carré by revisiting the brilliant, Night Manager.
This week, Netflix are cracking us up with a crude cartoon and scaring us with barbaric drama. Also we're revisiting, revisiting Location, Location and HBO are giving lessons on how not to parent.
Sarah Beeny has over 20 years of experience in property development and has been the face of some of the best loved home shows on TV, including Property Ladder and Renovate Don’t Relocate.
This week we've got wayward teens, amazing architecture, and a wholesome watch. Plus - can you solve the mystery of The Hijacker Who Vanished?
Richard Farmbrough is founder and CEO of Must TV. He is an Emmy-nominated television producer and founded the production company Reef Television. He loves watching documentaries and dramas with a political tilt and this is his list of current favourites.