TV November 2017: the best of what to watch
From the return of David Attenborough in BBC One's Blue Planet to the new Margaret Atwood adaptation on Netflix, here's what to watch this month
Following the huge success of the adaptation of Atwood's feminist dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale on the American streaming service Hulu, Netflix have upped their game with a troubling new Margaret Atwood adaptation, Alias Grace, which arrives on Netflix this month
Swim in the deep blue with us, as the BBC's award-winning Blue Planet returns, narrated by national treasure Sir David Attenborough.
16 years after the original series and a year on from Attenborough's most recent documentary, Planet Earth II, prepare to marvel at the world under the ocean – think porpoises, otters and curious creatures newly discovered.Read more ...
Journalist Sathnam Sanghera’s charming autobiography The Boy With The Topknot is being adapted for BBC Two this November.Read more ...
Look at this crazy cast: Sick Note, the new comedy coming to Sky One and Sky Atlantic this autumn, stars Rupert Grint, aka. Ron Weasley from the Harry Potter movies, Nick Frost of Hot Fuzz fame and, in season two, Lindsay Lohan. It follows Rupert Grint as he gets misdiagnosed with cancer...Read more ...
The arrival of a new comedy by Amy Sherman-Palladino has been a cause for celebration among those Gilmore Girls fans. We can't wait for a new cast of irreverent, brilliant, funny women to hit our screens this NovemberRead more ...
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