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Rick & Morty S3 for fans of Fu­tu­rama The foul-mouthed hit car­toon is back for sea­son three. Beth and Jerry are get­ting di­vorced, Morty can’t re­ally deal with it and Sum­mer is deal­ing with it a bit too well. And Rick… well, he’s just be­ing Rick; chaotic, un­pre­dictable and Rick-dicu­lous.

Game Of Thrones S7 for fans of Vik­ings, The Lord Of The Rings The penul­ti­mate sea­son of Game Of Thrones is gain­ing mo­men­tum as the forces of Wes­teros rally them­selves for what is likely to be an im­mense fi­nale. Dragons, dwarves, the liv­ing dead, some light in­cest and all-out war – what more could you want?

Cowb oy Be­bop S1 for fans of At­tack On Ti­tan, Stu­dio Ghi­bli This anime se­ries com­bines philo­soph­i­cal con­cepts with off-the-wall sci-fi ac­tion, flirting with themes of ro­mance, re­demp­tion and bounty hunt­ing. Fea­tur­ing a very cool pro­tag­o­nist (Spike) and a su­per smart Corgi named Ein, this is es­sen­tial anime.

Or­phan Black S5 for fans of Doll­house, Sense8 It’s a great month for long-run­ning shows build­ing up to some­thing big. Or­phan Black’s con­stant wind-up is get­ting tighter and more tense, with Sarah’s gen­eral sus­pi­cions grow­ing and the show’s whole core knot of in­trigue get­ting more dan­ger­ous.

It ’s Al­ways Sunny In Philadel­phia S9 for fans of South Park, The Of­fice The bar-own­ing nar­cis­sists are back, and this time things get even viler than be­fore: a mu­si­cal num­ber, some per­sonal rev­e­la­tions and wan­ton de­struc­tion of prop­erty are just the start of the gang’s prob­lems.

Drunk Hist ory US S1 for fans of Taskmaster, QI Ev­ery episode, the pro­duc­ers of this show get the celebrity hosts plas­tered and force them to re­count in-depth his­tor­i­cal sto­ries. Ac­tors then form an en­sem­ble cast to act out this drunk in­ter­pre­ta­tion of events, of­ten with hi­lar­i­ous con­se­quences.

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