This fantastic crime drama anthology returns for a third instalment, this time starring Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali. He plays Wayne Hays, a Vietnam War veteran turned police detective who is investigating the disappearance of two children in a town in northwest Arkansas. It is set in three timelines: November 1980, when the crime took place; 1990, when a conviction has been overturned and other new information surfaced; and approximately the present day, when Hays is being interviewed for a true crime documentary about the case, but is suffering from symptoms of dementia. After being offered a supporting role, Ali reportedly convinced creator Nic Pizzolatto to recast him in the lead role, which was originally written for a white character. Don’t miss it. After the success of the documentary and drama mashup Mars, Nat Geo returns with the tale of how the internet changed Silicon Valley and the world in Valley of the Boom (no doubt a clumsily worded play on the novel Valley of the Dolls and its subsequent adaptations). It tells the stories of Netscape, TheGlobe.com and Pixelon, companies whose visions presaged many of the technologies and services we take for granted today. It is created by Matthew Carnahan ( House of Lies), and stars Bradley Whitford ( The West Wing), Lamorne Morris ( New Girl) and Steve Zahn as the astonishingly odd Michael Fenne. Tidying up with Marie Kondo Streaming on Netflix If you have missed the Japanese tidying up mania of the past half-decade sparked by Marie Kondo’s book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, you are in for a treat with this American self-help lifestyle series. Kondo’s central notion is gathering all belongings together, slowly Tidying Up with Marie Kondo contemplating them, and only keeping them if they “spark joy”. The technique has been spoofed in popular culture from the Gilmore Girls reboot (where Kelly Bishop’s Emily threw out the bulk of her possessions) to The New Yorker cartoon which featured a masked burglar holding up items and asking if they spark joy before stealing them. Here, the charming Kondo visits families who are not exactly hoarders, but who all definitely need a kickstart sorting out their possessions and reclaiming living spaces. Avengers: Infinity War (Tuesday, 8.30pm, Premiere) makes its Foxtel debut this week, the 19th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the one in which Thanos (Josh Brolin) really lets rip with his demented theories on overpopulation. Directed by the Russo brothers ( Community), it stars the who’s who of Marvel characters, at least at the start of the film. The sequel Avengers: Endgame is due out in April, and various internet sleuths have determined that basically all our favourite characters from Infinity War will miraculously return. For a movie almost totally devoid of dialogue, A Quiet Place (Saturday, 8.30pm, Premiere) doesn’t feel as long as one might initially fear. (The actual run time is a modest 90min.) Starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, it features a world infested by killer aliens with super hearing. With HBO’s TV adaptation of the comic book series Watchmen coming this year, check out 2009’s film version of the same name (Saturday, 8.30pm, Action). I still recall people laughing out loud in the cinema during a scene featuring superheroes copulating inside a flying vehicle. The otherwise terrific film stars Malin Akerman, Billy Crudup, Matthew Goode, Carla Gugino and Patrick Wilson.