• Thu. Jun 13th, 2024



Aug 30, 2022
Going out is back on but if you still want to stay in, we’re here to make sure you’re entertained. To give you the giggles, put you on the edge of your seat, have you open-mouthed with a crisp between your fingers that’s been waiting to be eaten for eternity as you stare at the screen, we’ve put together some killer, thriller and anything-but-vanilla TV series that you can stick on.


Netflix is bringing yet another beloved franchise into the 21st century with a new Addams Family adaptation. This time, it’s all about arguably the most iconic member of the kooky household, Wednesday Addams. Just in time for the Halloween season, Wednesday will see the titular character sent to a new, suitably spooky high school, with Tim Burton directing and Danny Elfman behind the music. It looks like the new Wednesday will be every bit as deadpan and homicidal as the one we came to love in the 90s movies – and we may even see a Christina Ricci cameo.

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You may have already heard of the entirely bizarre and unsettling story of the Broberg family from the Netflix documentary Abducted in Plain Sight which shocked audiences in 2017. Now, a new dramatisation will see the case unfold with Jake Lacy, Anna Paquin, Colin Hanks and McKenna Grace starring. A Friend of the Family will revisit the Broberg family whose daughter, Jan, was kidnapped multiple times by their neighbour, Robert Berchtold, retelling how Berchtold’s complicated (to say the least) relationship with the Brobergs played out.

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One for all you true crime fans out there. Andrew Garfield and Daisy Edgar Jones star in this adaption of the non-fiction book of the same name by John Krakauer. Mormon detective Jeb Pyre (played by Garfield) along with non-Mormon detective Bill Taba (played by Gil Birmingham) are investigating the murder of Edgar-Jones’s character Brenda Lafferty and her baby daughter, and they end up uncovering truths about the Church of Latter Day Saints along the way too.

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Thought the Fyre Festival doc was shocking? Wait until you see Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99. The Netflix three-parter tells the story of the infamous Woodstock ’99 festival, which like the original Woodstock in 1969 was planned to be an event promoting peace and unity, this time in the face of rising gun violence in the US, but it descended into total and utter chaos.

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Everybody’s heard of Victoria’s Secret but have you heard about the billionaire behind it, Les Wexner? From his ties to Jeffrey Epstein to the internal culture of misogyny and everything dodgy in between – the secrets are about to be spilled.

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There’s a lot of true crime happening at the moment and Black Bird is up there with some of the best. This one’s about James Keene, who fails to become the football star he once hoped he would and instead turns to a life of drug dealing until his apartment gets raided and is sentenced to ten years without parole. BUT Keene’s got the gift of the gab and is offered the chance to reduce his sentence…how? That’s exactly what you’re gonna find out.

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Who do you trust when you can’t trust yourself? Oh yeah, get ready for a spicy watch. Surface follows Sophie, a woman who’s recovering from a head injury that has left her with extreme memory loss. She’s trying to put the pieces back together with the help of friends and family, BUT she’s beginning to wonder whether or not the truth she is told is the truth she’s actually lived…

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The Tinder Swindler creators strike again with this new docu-series all about Hunter Moore, aka the most hated man on the internet. It follows a mother who’s on a mission to take Hunter down, after the website he founded (IsAnyoneUp.com) displayed explicit images of her daughter without consent. And her daughter wasn’t the only one as you meet lots more of Hunter’s victims along the way too.

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Australian drama series The Newsreader has made its way to onto our screens and this workplace drama depicts the chaos and hustle of an 80s newsroom, whilst also exploring what it was like for women in the workplace during this time too. It does give us some soap-vibes but it’s worth a watch nonetheless.

TVDinner | The 38th best chef in the world is also on his way to London at this new restaurant opening.


The trailer for the Games of Thrones prequel has landed and the battle for the Iron Throne resumes. The ten episode season will begin on 21st August and is set 200 years before the Game of Thrones antics. It still feels like GOT but there’s very much a different agenda happening. We’re not counting down the days, you are.

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This hour-long BBC doc tells the story of Mo Farah, who was born as Hussein Abdi Kahin and child trafficked to the UK from Somaliland aged just nine years old. In the doc he revisits the shack in Djibouti where he grew up, his mother Aisha chats about reconnecting with her son after more than 10 years apart and Mo shares the secret he feels he’s been hiding since he was a child. A super important and interesting watch.

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Part love story, part political thriller – Fellow Travelers is the new LGBTQ+ drama featuring Jonathan Bailey and Matt Bomer that’s breaking the internet, and that’s before we’ve even got a trailer. The eight-part series will centre around the decades-long romance between two men that spans the 1960s Vietnam War protests, the drug-fueled disco hedonism of the 1970s and the 1980s AIDs crisis, all whilst they battle personal struggles too.

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From the creators of Emily In Paris and Sex And The City comes new romcom Uncoupled. Starring Neil Patrick Harris, this eight-part series is all about New Yorker Michael who’s picture perfect life turns upside down when his husband of 17 years suddenly walks out the door. Now he’s a single, 40-year old gay man in New York City. You get where we’re going…

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Introducing Netflix’s new adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion starring Dakota Johnson, Henry Golding AND Richard E. Grant. It follows Anne Elliot, a hopeless romantic who’s been persuaded by her family to break off her engagement to Captain Frederick Wentworth. Only fast forward eight years and he returns, just as Anne is about to head down the aisle with somebody else. JUICY.

TVDinner | Order in one of these picnic boxes and set it up in front of the sofa for the perf viewing feast.


Squid Game season two has been given the green light and we’re so ready for the new round. Two BIG characters will be returning (Gi-hun and The Front Man) but as for the rest, it’s all in creator’s Hwang Dong-Hyuk’s mind for now. Stay tuned for more Squid Game 2.0 deets.

TVDinner | Whilst we’re waiting, get all over London’s soft serve scene.


You’re gonna want to mark your calendars (9th September) for Netflix’s first ever adult-only movie, Blonde, which delves into the life of Marilyn Monroe BUT not as you’d expect. It’s not an exact retelling of her life and career, instead a reimagining with the odd bit of fantasy thrown in along the way. It’s a pretty heavy film hence the adult-only label but one to watch nonetheless.

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