for fans of House Of Cards
American Horror Story’s Ryan Murphy debuts his first series for Netflix in this satire starring Ben Platt as the politician running to be president. Not much is known about The Politician, but going by Murphy’s previous work, it’s bound to be great.
I Am The Night
for fans of True Detective In this gem of a miniseries helmed by Patty Jenkins, Chris Pine stars as a reporter in ’60s Hollywood who meets a young woman claiming to be the daughter of the Black Dalia murderer. As the pair investigate the man, sinister events start to unfold.
for fans of Lost, Westworld Ten strangers wake up on an island as part of a strange experiment, with no memory of how they got there in this new series. While it could be easy to dismiss outright as a
Lost knock-off, The I-Land blends sci-fi and horror in a truly unsettling way.
for fans of Penny Dreadful Amazon does steampunk noir in its series about the uneasy alliance between humans and fae. Orlando Bloom plays a detective investigating a string of unsolved magical murders while Cara Delevingne is the mythical creature who becomes his lover.
for fans of The Sinner Kaitlyn Dever stars in this riveting new Netflix series about a young woman called Marie who is accused of lying about a rape allegation. When two more women come forward about the same man, Marie teams up with Toni Collette’s detective to find him.
Chef Show S2
for fans of Ugly Delicious The first season of Chef Show, following Jon Favreau and his adventures with food truck connoisseur Roy Choi, was a delightful journey through America to share memories of cooking and eating food. Season two promises even more chefs and celebrities!