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the oa sea­son 2 It’s taken for­ever to turn up – sea­son one ended way back in De­cem­ber 2016 – but this fas­ci­nat­ing and, yes, need­lessly con­fus­ing show gets a wel­come re­turn.

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The Hunger Games’ Josh Hutch­er­son plays a mild-man­nered jan­i­tor who winds up try­ing to save the world through a com­puter game. the Witcher new! Ku­dos to Net­flix for snap­ping up Henry Cav­ill to play mon­ster hunter Ger­alt of Rivia, but we’re still not sure about his weirdo Le­go­las wig... noughts and crosses new! The BBC are fully be­hind Malo­rie Black­man these days: first came the Who episode “Rosa”, now there’s this adap­ta­tion of her dystopian young adult novel. LeMony snicket’s se­ries of un­for­tu­nate events sea­son 3 Neil Pa­trick Har­ris plays mas­ter of dis­guise Count Olaf for the last time as sea­son three lands on Net­flix in time for New Year’s Day. siren sea­son 2 Fish-ladies walk on land in this silly yet watch­able fan­tasy se­ries. Year two’s tagline is the some­what point­less “More mer­maids are com­ing”. the ex­panse sea­son 4 Saved from death by Ama­zon (Jeff Be­zos is a huge fan), showrun­ner Naren Shankar says this year will be a “blood­soaked gold rush”.

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