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Put your phone on silent, grab your boo (or a wine or two!) and tuck into our ul­ti­mate A to Z of stream­ing TV. NW- ettes, get your binge on! THERE ARE PAR­AL­LELS BE­TWEEN BLAIR WALDORF AND FALLON - DY­NASTY’S EL­IZ­A­BETH GIL­LIES

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IS FOR ADULTS ONLY The Girl­friend Ex­pe­ri­ence

cen­tres around law stu­dent Chris­tine ( Ri­ley Keough) who’s liv­ing a dou­ble life as call girl Chelsea Rayne, pro­vid­ing the “girl­friend ex­pe­ri­ence” to des­per­ate­for-love clients. Sounds great... un­til her two worlds col­lide! Eeek! The Girl­friend Ex­pe­ri­ence Sea­sons One and Two are out on Stan

IS FOR BREAK-UPS!

Van­der­pump Rules is back with a bang – and a cou­ple of bro­ken hearts! Brit­tany Cartwright and Jax Tay­lor’s re­la­tion­ship is on the rocks, Stassi Schroeder is on a lonely train to Splitsville af­ter Pa­trick Meagher ends things on their anniversary and Lala Kent re­turns with a bomb­shell – Robert Val­letta is cheat­ing on Scheana Marie. Van­der­pump Rules Sea­son Six pre­mieres December 5 on hayu

IS FOR CATFIGHTS

Ex­pect daz­zling out­fits and se­ri­ous bitch fights in this re­boot of the soap opera that ruled the ’80s. Dy­nasty is 2017’s guilty plea­sure, and with a few de­par­tures from the orig­i­nal – like Fallon Car­ring­ton ( El­iz­a­beth Gil­lies, right) be­ing at war with her now-evil step­mum Krys­tle ( Nathalie Kel­ley) and her younger brother Steven Car­ring­ton ( James

Mackay) lov­ing lads, not ladies, it’s got more scan­dal than Blair Waldorf could con­jure! Dy­nasty Sea­son One is out on Net­flix

D IS FOR DEV

Cute, cringey and d com­edy gold is the eas­i­est way to sum up Emmy y Award-win­ning series Mas­ter Of None, which fol­lows ows Dev ( Aziz An­sari), ), a 30-year-old ac­tor whose life re­volves around hang­ing with his three mates, search­ing for love and get­ting ahead at work. “The first sea­son felt like it was about Dev not know­ing what he wants and Sea­son Two is about want­ing what you can’t have,” says Aziz. As for Sea­son Three? “I’d rather we not end it here,” he teases. Mas­ter Of None Sea­sons One and Two are out on Net­flix

E IS FOR EL­IZ­A­BETH

All hail The Crown! Our first taste of a young Queen El­iz­a­beth II ( Claire Foy) in­volved her corona­tion and the early days of her mar­riage to dash­ing Philip ( Matt Smith). In Sea­son Two, royal life meets the swing­ing ’60s, and a preg­nant El­iz­a­beth is deal­ing with Philip’s ru­moured in­fi­delity. “In this new world of the 1960s with sex and drugs and rock ’n’ roll, that’s not what you re­ally as­so­ci­ate with ‘the royal fam­ily,’” Claire teases. The Crown Sea­son Two drops December 8 on Net­flix

F IS FOR FEELS

Does D any­one care about a ti­tle char­ac­ters Will W and Grace, played by b Eric Mc­cor­mack and Deb De­bra Mess­ing, or are we all tun tun­ing in for Jack ( Sean Haye Hayes) and Karen ( Me­gan Mu Mul­lally)? Ei­ther way, the re re­boot, star­ring OG c char­ac­ters like Leo ( Harry Con­nick Jr), brings all the feels. Will & Grace Sea­son One is out on Stan

G IS FOR GIRL CRUSH

Be­fore you know it, you’ll have fallen in love with 20-some­thing Brid­gette ( Frankie Shaw), who tries to bal­ance re­la­tion­ships, work, sex and life as a sin­gle mother in SMILF, which also stars

Rosie O’don­nell and Home And Away’s Samara Weav­ing. SMILF Sea­son One is out on Stan

h IS FOR HOUSEWIVES

Yasss, kweens! Shade, show­downs and, er, Chateau Sheree – they’re just a few things to ex­pect on The Real Housewives fran­chises. Our picks? Atlanta, Bev­erly Hills and New York. You can thank us later. Out on hayu

I IS FOR INDIE DRAMA

In Flaked, Will Ar­nett plays Chip, a re­cov­er­ing al­co­holic who’s forced to face re­al­ity af­ter a life-chang­ing ac­ci­dent. It’s a tough sub­ject for Will, who wrote, pro­duced and co-cre­ated the series, as he drew on his own bat­tle with so­bri­ety. “I was putting a lot of stuff about my own life in there,” he says. Flaked Sea­sons One and Two are out on Net­flix

J IS FOR JUGGY

Starv­ing for a teen drama that will have you on ten­ter­hooks in the same way Gos­sip Girl did? Wel­come to Riverdale, where Jug­head Jones (right, played by Cole Sprouse) and Archie An­drews (left, played by KJ Apa) are the res­i­dent hunks, re­spon­si­ble for clu­ing to­gether and inevitably solv­ing mul­ti­ple mur­der mys­ter­ies, starting with the case of Ja­son Blos­som ( Trevor Stines). Veron­ica Lodge ( Camila Men­des) and Betty Cooper ( Lili Rein­hart) make up the rest of the awe­some four­some in this Archie Comics-in­spired treat, but you all know we’re in it for the boys! Riverdale Sea­sons One andnd Two are out on Net­flix

k IS FOR KATHER­INE LANG­FORD

Aus­tralia’s new­est ah-maz­ing tal­ent Kather­ine

Lang­ford and her co-star Dy­lan Min­nette play Han­nah and Clay in Se­lena Gomez’s pro­duc­tion 13 Rea­sons Why – a tale of a teen and his quest to un­cover the rea­son his class­mate and crush Han­nah took her life. How? Well, with the help of a series of cas­sette tapes she left be­hind for him. Grip­ping! 13 Rea­sons Why Sea­son One is out on Net­flix. Sea­son Two drops next year

SOME SCENES MAKE ME SICK AND... MAKE ME SAD - 13 REA­SONS WHY STAR KATHER­INE LANG­FORD

L IS FOR LADY LOVE AT A LITCH­FIELD

With five sea­sons in the can – and a sixth and sev­enth al­ready planned – there’s no deny­ing orange re­mains the new black. It looks like Piper ( Tay­lor Schilling), her jail­bird lover Alex ( Laura Pre­pon) and their rag­tag gag­gle of banged-up babes are here to stay. Not that we’re com­plain­ing – who doesn’t want to watch the in­ner work­ings of a fe­male prison, where the ladies are in charge and the guards are the ca­su­al­ties? Orange Is The New Black Sea­sons One to Five are out on Net­flix

m IS FOR MUR­DER

Vi­ola Davis is a class act as law pro­fes­sor An­nalise Keat­ing in nail-bit­ing series How To Get Away With Mur­der. An­nalise and her group of law stu­dents are fight­ing over what to do with a life­less body, be­fore it flashes back to their very first class to­gether. From there, it’s full of twists and turns as they at­tempt to un­cover who the mur­derer is... How To Get Away

With Mur­der Sea­sons One and Two are out on Net­flix

N IS FOR NAILED IT!

There is so much more than just nails and hair on of­fer at the Nail Ar­ti­san salon, run by Desna Simms ( Niecy Nash) in Claws. Fancy a bit of money laun­der­ing, back­stab­bing and kid­nap­ping? They’ve got you cov­ered. Also stars Chris Brown’s ex Kar­rueche Tran (above left) as man­i­curist Vir­ginia. So keen! Claws Sea­son One is out on Stan

O IS FOR OLD BAGS

Jane Fonda and Lily Tom­lin shine in Grace And Frankie as old-time ad­ver­saries who unite when their re­spec­tive hus­bands fall in love with each other. Grace And Frankie Sea­sons One to Three are out on Net­flix

P IS FOR PO­LICE WORK

Five sea­sons in and the Brook­lyn Nine-nine gang, headed up by besties Jake ( Andy Sam­berg) and Charles ( Joe Lo Truglio), are still en­thralling hip­sters with their hi­lar­i­ous po­lice-force shenani­gans. Brook­lyn Nine-nine Sea­sons One to Four are out on Net­flix

Q IS FOR QUES­TIONS

When a mar­ried English nurse Claire ( Caitri­ona Balfe) is swept back in time to 1743 Scot­land, where she falls in love with Jamie ( Sam Heughan), we’re re­minded of an­other lost-in-time ro­mance – Kate & Leopold. Can they find each other again? And what about her hubby? Out­lander Sea­sons One to Three are out on Fox­tel Go

R IS FOR THE RE­TURN OF JESS BIEL!

Jes­sica Biel makes a killer come­back as housewife Cora Tan­netti in this mind-bend­ing eight-episode thriller that kicks off with her mur­der­ing a ran­dom bloke on the beach in front of her kid. But why did she do it? Trust us, you’ll never guess! The Sin­ner Sea­son One is out on Net­flix

S IS FOR STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

When Eleanor ( Kris­ten Bell) en­ters the af­ter­life, she’s both relieved and sur­prised that she’s made it into “The Good Place”. Why? Well, she’s not sup­posed to be there, but she’s not leav­ing with­out a fight! The Good Place Sea­sons One and Two are out on Net­flix

T IS FOR TEAM CHARLES

Af­ter an ugly sep­a­ra­tion from her hubby, 40-year-old Liza ( Sut­ton

Fos­ter) de­cides to take the chance to re­boot her ca­reer – fak­ing it as a 26-year old. It’s not long be­fore she’s caught in a love tri­an­gle with a sexy 20-some­thing tat­too artist Josh ( Nico Tor­torella) and her boss Charles ( Peter Her­mann), with­out any real help from her BFF Kelsey ( Hi­lary Duff). Younger Sea­sons One to Three are out on Stan

U IS FOR UP­SIDE DOWN

When Will ( Noah Sch­napp) goes miss­ing, his besties, his mum Joyce ( Wi­nona Ry­der) and a mys­te­ri­ous girl with su­per­nat­u­ral pow­ers ( Mil­lie Bobby Brown as Eleven) dis­cover he’s trapped in a par­al­lel di­men­sion called the Up­side Down, where he’s be­ing held cap­tive by the De­mogor­gon mon­ster. Need­less to say, all hell breaks loose from there! So cute, yet so creepy! Stranger Things Sea­sons One and Two are out on Net­flix

V IS FOR VICE SQUAD

FBI agents Holden Ford ( Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench ( Holt Mc­callany) delve into the seedy world of 1970s se­rial killers in this grip­ping crime drama pro­duced by David Fincher and Char­l­ize Theron. Mind­hunter Sea­son One is out on Net­flix

W IS FOR WHITE FA­MOUS

Floyd Mooney ( Jay Pharoah), an African-amer­i­can co­me­dian, is un­der pres­sure to be­come “white fa­mous” in or­der to make it to the big time. Jamie Foxx makes a cameo – and de­liv­ers all the LOLS. White Fa­mous Sea­son One is out on Stan

X IS FOR X-RATED

Letty ( Down­ton Abbey’s Michelle

Dock­ery) is a thief and con artist, des­per­ate to start a new life with her son Ja­cob. Can the former jail­bird stay out of trou­ble when she crosses paths with charm­ing hit­man Javier ( Juan Diego

Botto)? Ex­pect steamy scenes! Good Be­hav­ior Sea­sons One and Two are out on Stan

Y IS FOR YOUR NEXT OB­SES­SION!

Love The Hand­maid’s Tale? Then you’re bound to be hooked on the true story of Grace Marks ( Sarah Gadon) – an Ir­ish im­mi­grant and house­maid who served time for the mur­der of her em­ployer Thomas Kin­n­ear ( Paul Gross). Did she do it? Not even Grace knows as she has no mem­ory of the mur­der. Alias Grace Sea­son One is out on Net­flix

Z IS FOR ZERO CHILL

Okur­rrr! Whether it’s Kourt­ney Kar­dashian and Scott Disick’s

tur­bu­lent re­la­tion­ship, Kris Jen­ner’s on­go­ing ri­valry with ex-hubby Cait­lyn Jen­ner, or Khloe Kar­dashian’s beef with, well, any­one who ru­ins her vibe, there’s enough dramz to keep this show go­ing for yet an­other 10 years. How­ever, we’re mostly in it for Kim

Kar­dashian’s cuties North and Saint West. Keep­ing Up With The Kar­dashi­ans Sea­sons One to 14 are out on hayu

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