The Unmissable New TV Shows To Add To Your Watch List Now

Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana in The Crown

Get ready for a blockbuster season on the small screen. From stirring adaptations of bestselling books to sequels of talking-point shows, these are the series we’re tuning in to now…


The Crown

The final instalment of the epic royal saga is here at last. As The Crown comes to a close, the year is 1997 and Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) is at the height of her celebrity; harassed relentlessly by the paparazzi as her marriage to Charles breaks down and her relationship with Dodi Fayed develops. It’s a sorrowful ending to this chapter in history, masterfully portrayed by Imelda Staunton as the Queen and Dominic West as Prince Charles. On Netflix from November 14

Kristine Froseth, Alisha Boe, Josie Totah, Aubri Ibrag and Imogen Waterhouse star in The Buccaneers

The Buccaneers

Here to steal the hearts of Bridgerton superfans the world over is this new period drama based on Edith Wharton’s final novel. The buccaneers in question are a cohort of headstrong and hedonistic American women, who arrive in London to secure husbands, disrupting the uptight British aristocrats in the process. The cast is a roll call of Hollywood’s finest indie actresses: Kristine Froseth, the breakout star of Lena Dunham’s Sharp Stick; Do Revenge’s Alisha Boe; and Josie Totah of Amy Poehler’s debut film, Moxie. And with a sublime soundtrack to further entice you, consider this your new corseted, coming-of-age obsession. On Apple TV+ now

Emma Stone and Nathan Fielder fake it to make it in black comedy The Curse

The Curse

This Benny Safdie-created black comedy is as unsettling as it hilarious, and stars Emma Stone and Nathan Fielder as smug, faux philanthropists who are “ethically gentrifying” their neighborhood by flipping houses – while being trailed by a camera crew in a bid to get picked up for their very own reality TV show. When a disgruntled local resident sets a curse on the couple, their fortunes start to unravel in the most deliciously dysfunctional way. Don’t miss an award-worthy performance from Stone, in a show that holds up a mirror to some uncomfortable truths. On Paramount+ now

Emma Corrin plays amateur sleuth Darby Hart in sci-fi thriller A Murder at the End of the World

A Murder at the End of the World

Multi-hyphenate marvel Brit Marling is the brains behind this new sci-fi thriller – which she co-writes, co-directs and stars in, no less. The series follows amateur sleuth Darby Hart (Emma Corrin), who, along with eight other guests, is invited to a retreat at the home of a reclusive billionaire (Clive Owen). When a guest dies in mysterious circumstances, it is up to Hart and companion Bill (Harris Dickinson) to untangle the mystery. On Hulu now

Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman star in Baz Luhrmann’s Australian love story, Faraway Downs

Faraway Downs

Oscar-winning director Baz Luhrmann has reworked the extra footage from his 2008 feature film Australia to create this sweeping six-part series. With Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman at the helm, Luhrmann has magicked a beautiful love story between widower Lady Sarah Ashley (Kidman) and her ranch hand (Jackman) – all told through the eyes of Nullah, an Indigenous Australian child. Expect epic vistas of Australia, high-drama dialogue and faultless acting from Hollywood’s finest. On Hulu and Disney+ from November 26


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Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington are in the spotlight (naturally) in The Super Models

The Super Models

The dominating pop-culture phenomenon of the 1980s came in the form of four genetically blessed superbeings. Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangalista and Christy Turlington were the original supermodels – and they captivated the world. This four-part docuseries, made with the approval and participation of the women in question, charts their meteoric rise – and the long-lasting impact they had on every facet of the fashion industry. Featuring new interviews and updates from the icons themselves, it reflects on the past, the present and the future… On Apple TV+ now

Jenna Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen star as newlyweds on a dramatic road trip in Wilderness


Following her outstanding performance in The Serpent, Jenna Coleman continues her trajectory into the dramatic stratosphere with this hugely pleasing Gone Girl-style thriller. Liv (Coleman) and Will (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) are newlyweds on a road trip across America, attempting to fix a marriage already fractured by infidelity. But do they actually want to fix things? Or does one of them (perhaps, even, do both of them) want the other dead? If it sounds like the TV equivalent of a beach read, that’s because it is. And it’s all the more watchable for it. On Prime Video now

Brie Larson stars with Lewis Pullman in the screen adaptation of Bonnie Garmus’ bestselling book, Lessons in Chemistry

Lessons in Chemistry

Based on Bonnie Garmus’ beloved novel of the same name, this adaptation follows unlikely heroine Elizabeth Zott, a hugely talented and ambitious scientist in 1950s America, who is burdened by the unfortunate situation of being a woman. Played with glorious self-awareness by Oscar-winner Brie Larson, Elizabeth is fired from her job in the lab and finds herself hosting a TV cooking show. But they can’t keep a good scientist down – nor her audience of women, who are hungrier for mental stimulation than they are a good dinner. On Apple TV+ now

Jean Millburn (Gillian Anderson) and her on-screen son Otis (Asa Butterfield) – not forgetting her newborn baby daughter, Joy – return for a fourth and final season of Sex Education

Sex Education

Painful crushes, physical awkwardness, sexual confusion and (to quote creator Laurie Nunn) “big, big feelings” made Sex Education a huge cross-generational hit when it first landed in 2019. Now its fourth and final season is upon us, and we get ready to wave goodbye to the original cast, including Emma Mackie (hot off Barbie), Asa Butterfield, Ncuti Gatwa (ahead of his Doctor Who debut later this year), Aimee Lou Wood and the always-sensational Gillian Anderson. Dan Levy and Jodie Turner-Smith are new starry additions for the final outing, to help the show go out with a bang. On Netflix now

Sophia Di Martino stars as Sylvie in Loki


The god of mischief is back, and Tom Hiddleston is having more fun than ever with his multiverse time-jumping antihero. Owen Wilson returns as the eternally patient Morbius, Loki-alternate Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) is working in McDonald’s, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw’s Ravonna Renslayer appears to have several variants of her own (all magnificently dressed). Most tempting of all, however, is the opportunity to watch Everything Everywhere Oscar-winner Ke Huy Quan return to chaos playing Ouroboros, with a bag of envy-inducing tricks. On Netflix now

Jennifer Aniston stars as news anchor Alex Levy in The Morning Show

The Morning Show

It’s still dog-eat-dog in the newsroom at The Morning Show, where the network is recovering from a huge sexual-misconduct scandal. Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon expertly helm this award-winning show, playing co-hosts Alex Levy and Bradley Jackson, who smile for the cameras but rarely see eye to eye. Follow as the drama reaches new heights in season three – and the rest of the crew, including Billy Crudup and Greta Lee, struggle to keep the peace. On Apple TV+ now


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