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Millie Bobby Brown stars as the younger sister of Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and Mycroft (Sam Claflin). When her suffragette mother (Helena Bonham Carter) disappears, Enola investigates
In this anthology series from Widows director Steve McQueen, Small Axe tells five stories set within London's West Indian community. John Boyega and Letitia Wright star
Sam (Jude Law) spends yet another day on Osea Island, learning more about its folklore and becoming closer to anthropologist Jess (Katherine Waterston)
From Millie Bobby Brown playing Sherlock's sister in Enola Holmes to the remake of cult conspiracy thriller Utopia, starring John Cusack, this week in TV has fun for all tastes
In this new BBC adaptation of David Nicholls' Us, Tom Hollander stars as a pedantic biochemist who hopes to fix his family relationships with a trip across Europe
Pushing four new suspects into Criminal's snazzy interrogation room, this season stars Kit Harington, Sharon Horgan, Sophie Okonedo and Kunal Nayyar
In a strange and elusive collaboration between Sky and Punchdrunk, The Third Day stars Jude Law as a reluctant visitor to a mysterious island off the British coast
In this new ITV period drama from the Oscar-winning Christopher Hampton, David Morrissey stars as a rubber baron in Singapore during the Second World War
An operatic Italian double bill, a fresh take on a classic, and dance of intoxicating beauty are highlights from Covent Garden
In Katherine Ryan's semi-autobiographical sitcom about single motherhood, her alter-ego Katherine is desperate for a second child after the first one, Olive (Katy Byrne), turned out so well
After months of delays, Disney's live-action remake of Mulan, the most expensive film ever to be directed by a female filmmake, has finally come to Disney+
In Lethal White, the third series of Strike, private investigators Cormoran (Tom Burke) and Robin (Holliday Grainger) get wrapped in a complex family conflict wrapped in political division
In Charlie Kaufman's new Netflix movie, Jake (Jesse Plemons) and his girlfriend (Jessie Buckley) visit his parents (David Thewlis and Toni Collette). But his girlfriend is having doubts...
From John Boyega fighting systemic racism in Steve McQueen's Small Axe to Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant recovering from scandal in The Undoing, here's the best of autumn TV
The Crown season 4 looks like the most exciting season so far: starring Gillian Anderson as Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher and Emma Corrin as Lady Diana Spencer
From Katherine Ryan's debut series The Duchess to the violent small-town drama of The Devil All the Time with Robert Pattinson, Netflix in September features many strange families
Phoebe Waller-Bridge joins the cast for His Dark Materials season 2, in which Lyra (Dafne Keen) crosses the bridge between dimensions and finally meets Will (Amir Wilson)
Billie Piper (Doctor Who) and Lucy Prebble (Succession) reunite for their new psychological comedy-drama about Suzie Pickles, a former child singer who endures the burdens of female celebrity
Elizabeth Debicki will join Jonathan Pryce and Imelda Staunton as the cast for the final two seasons of The Crown
The new musical about Princess Diana will premiere on Netflix before opening on Broadway. Here's what you need to know
Cures and curiosity: the latest Netflix docu-series (Un)Well examines some of the pros and cons of the wellness industry
In this new BBC adaptation of Nancy Mitford's The Pursuit of Love, Lily James stars as an upper-class woman engrossed in ideas of love, sex and marriage
From a more sceptical look at wellness trends in Un(Well) to the adventures of the Fab Four in Sex and the City 2, Netflix in August is appealing and eclectic
In the latest BBC film from Jimmy McGovern, Anthony is a metafictional examination of Anthony Walker, a teenager murdered in 2005 for being black
The loosely autobiographical novel by Caitlin Moran finds its way to Amazon Prime Video, telling the story of a headstrong teen girl (Beanie Feldstein) looking for a bigger future
The BBC broadcasts a mouthwatering selection of dance programmes throughout 2020, the perfect entertainment for those long evenings at home
Based on the Philip Roth novel, this series examines an alternative 1940 where the antisemitic populist Charles Lindbergh becomes president. Zoe Kazan, Winona Ryder and John Turturro star
In the final episodes of I May Destroy You, Michaela Coel examines a mind-bending, torturous journey into empathy, understanding, and acceptance
A man leaves his heart in San Francisco in The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Joe Talbot's emotional debut exploring the homes we leave behind
In Bad Education, Hugh Jackman plays Frank Tassone, a real superintendent who caused outrage when he embezzled money from his school and kept it for himself
The story jumps ahead to three years in the future, as Elena (Margherita Mazzucco) prepares to graduate from her course in Pisa. She hasn't visited Naples in over a year
Michaela Coel's incendiary drama soldiers on by understanding how complicated women can be utterly unacceptable too. Episodes 9 and 10 deal in hypocrisy and self-destruction