The best new TV to stream next week – from You to Clarkson's Farm | The Sun
CHECK out the best new TV shows to stream next week – from the hit Netflix thriller You to Jeremy Clarkson's new series,Clarksons Farm.
We've rounded up the latest new released and must-watches – so don't panic we've got you covered for the whole week curtesy of The Sun's TV mag.
You: series 4 – Netflix
You can’t keep a bad man down. Having faked his own death at the end of the last series – after poisoning his wife, Love, and torching their house with her inside – killer obsessive stalker Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) has returned for a fourth season.
And guess what? He’s still hung up on Marienne (Tati Gabrielle), so he decides to follow her to Europe, lying low in London and taking on a new identity, that of a literature professor called Jonathan Moore.
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But just when Joe thinks he might have escaped the past and can turn over a new leaf among a rich and successful group of new pals, he becomes targeted by his own serial-killing stalker.
Also starring Charlotte Ritchie (Ghosts) and Ed Speelers (Outlander), it’s as glorious OTT and gory as ever, featuring another deliciously creepy performance from Penn.
The first five episodes land this week, the remaining batch follow on 9 March.
Available from Thursday
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My Dad The Bounty Hunter – flash
Brother and sister Lisa and Sean are desperate to spend some more time with their dad, who always seems to be away for work.
So they come up with a bright idea: to stow away on his latest boring work trip.
The only trouble is, Dad’s been keeping a big secret from Lisa (voiced by Stranger Things’ Priah Ferguson) and Sean (Jecobi Swain). You see, he’s actually the toughest bounty hunter in the entire galaxy – not such a boring job after all.
Cue 10 episodes of out-of-this-world animated adventure as the kids try to help Dad (voiced by Laz Alonso, The Boys, Avatar) catch his toughest fugitive yet. Terrific fun for sci-fi-loving youngsters.
Available from Thursday
Your Place Or Mine- flash
The ridiculously photogenic pairing of Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher take the leads in this engaging romcom from The Devil Wears Prada writer Aline Brosh McKenna.
Debbie (Reese) and Peter (Ashton) are best friends – and very brief former partners – who happen to be completely different.
While Peter loves the chaotic, ever-changing nature of life in New York, single mum Debbie prefers the comfort of routine with her son in Los Angeles.
But when he offers to come to LA and look after her son, so that Debbie can have some fun in the Big Apple, she jumps at the chance.
And before long both realise there’s maybe something, or someone, missing from their lives. Predictable? Perhaps.
But heart-warming? Definitely.
Whitney Houston & Bobbi Kristina – Didn’t We Almost Have It All? – Paramount+
When Whitney Houston died in 2012, aged just 48, the pop world lost one of its most naturally gifted and recognisable icons.
Sadly, Whitney found stardom and media attention incredibly tough to handle, and her life was marred by drug abuse and a difficult marriage to Bobby Brown – issues that cast a shadow over her relationship with her daughter, Bobbi Kristina.
Now, this new, two-hour long documentary gets to the heart of Whitney and her daughter’s stories – stories that were to end in an eerily similar way, when a heartbroken, 22-year-old Bobbi Kristina passed away in 2015.
Featuring archive interview footage, plus a <lot> of new testimony from friends and family, it’s an in-depth, if sometimes rather lurid, account of two lives cut tragically short.
Available from Tuesday
South Park – flash
Once the young, brash, filthy and foul-mouthed newcomer on the US animated sitcom scene, it’s incredible to believe that South Park is now 26 years old.
But despite its age, the show – the creation of Trey Parker and Matt Stone – has never lost its edge and is growing old as disgracefully as fans would hope. Expect another helping of deeply offensive, if smart and satirical fun as Cartman, Kyle, Stan and Kenny return for season 26.
Also premiering on Comedy Central, this season will also feature some made-for-streaming specials, only available on Paramount+. Expect to be outraged and entertained in equal measure.
Available from Friday
Jersey Shore Family Vacation – Flash
The Jersey Shore crew have had some seriously wild times over the years – the kind of partying that makes the Geordie Shore gang look like toddlers at a pre-school party.
So you know you’re in for a good time when their latest group trip is described as their wildest yet.
This time round the guys – Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino, Pauly ‘DJ Pauly D’ DelVecchio, Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi, Deena Cortese, Angelina Pivarnick, Jenni ‘J Woww’ Farley and Vinny Guadagnino – will be hitting the road, and heading to places like New Orleans, North Carolina and Hollywood, to cheer on Vinny, who’s dividing his time being a contestant on Dancing With The Stars.
The fun starts this week with a predictably eventful trip to Las Vegas.
Available from Thursday
Reality TV available from Friday
Clarkson’s Farm – Prime video and Flash
It became the highest-rated series on Prime Video, won him a top British Farming Award and made a breakout star of young farmer Kaleb Cooper, now Jeremy Clarkson returns with the second series of his entertaining fly-on-the-wall show giving us a glimpse of what life is like for the country’s farmers as he runs his own business tending to acres of land and a host of animals in the Cotswold’s countryside.
Watching the notoriously cynical presenter transform from a farming novice to someone determined to make a go of his farm – named Diddly Squat – was unexpectedly compelling, and shone a vital light on many of the issues facing Britain’s farmers today.
The show’s success was also down to the presence of folk like young farmer Kaleb – who can never hide his amusement at Jeremy’s ineptitude – and long-suffering land agent Charlie Ireland, who’s always ready to bring Jeremy down to earth with a bump.
Now, the whole gang are back for the second series, and while the farm shop is going from strength to strength, the national lorry drivers’ shortage – this was filmed in 2021 – is putting the success of the harvest in doubt.
Worse still, Brexit has hit the farming industry hard, meaning the whole future of Diddly Squat is in doubt. Can Jeremy come up with a radical plan to save the day?
On The Line – Prime Video and Flash
Mel Gibson stars as Elvis Cooney, a straight-talking late-night radio host who finds himself in a terrifying race against the clock when a mysterious caller rings in to say that he’s taken Elvis’ family hostage and he’s planning to kill them live on air.
With time running out, can Elvis find a way to unmask the caller and save his family? While this is certainly a decent thriller, and not without tension or twists, it’s not Mel’s finest movie moment.
Think Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, only with fewer laughs, and you won’t be too far off.
FILM Available from Wednesday
The Real Housewives Of New Jersey – Hayu and Flash
Watch out, world! Those wild ‘Wives of New Jersey are about to explode into our lives with a 13th season that promises more drama than ever before.
“How can they possibly deliver even more drama?” you might wonder. And yes, it seems a tall order, but when you’ve got the likes of Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga – who are still feuding – not to mention Dolores Catania and Margaret Josephs in the cast, anything is possible.
Excitingly, there’s also some new Wives getting in on the act this series, in the shape of Danielle Cabral, who Dolores describes as “very Jerseylicious”, and Rachel Fuda, who claims to be a “total dictator mum”.
Plus, there’s the small matter of Dolores’s new Irish boyfriend Paulie Connell, who’ll also be appearing. It’s going to be epic.
Available from Wednesday
Fast & Furious collection – ITVX
If you’re one of the few people not to have watched any of the 10 Fast & Furious films, buckle up because now’s your chance.
Following the action-packed, petrol powered adventures of a gang of highly talented street-racers – who also happen to be pretty good at pulling off major heists and clever crimes – the movies are a supercharged thrill ride and, excitingly, the first nine in the series are about to slam on the brakes and park up on ITVX.
So hop into the passenger seat next to stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson and hold on tight – it’s going to get bumpy.
Available from Thursday
The Freeway Killer: Lost Murder Tapes – Discovery+ and Flash
Another week, another documentary series claiming to get inside the mind of a serial killer.
But while this particular strand of the true-crime genre can sometimes seem exploitative, there’s little doubt that this two-parter, which takes us back to California in the summer of 1979, is as engrossing as it is gruesome.
It tells the terrible story of the so-called Freeway Killer, William Bonin, who raped and murdered a number of young men, dumping their bodies by the side of Californian freeways – and recounts the police investigation that attempted to find him.
Plus, using long-lost confession tapes, psychologists analyse the killer’s words to explore a deranged mind.
Available from Friday
Beauty And The Beast – ITVX
No, this isn’t the Disney classic about a bookish young lady who falls in love with a furry-faced former prince; it’s the US sci-fi detective series about a smart young detective, Cat (Kristin Kreuk), who falls in love with a chisel-jawed former soldier, Vincent (Jay Ryan).
Vincent, however, has a secret: he turns into a superhuman ‘beast’ every time he gets angry, having been experimented on by evil military scientists.
But before long, Cat helps him channel his powers for the greater good.
From this week, ITVX has all four seasons – that’s 70 episodes – so dive in and unleash the beast.
Available from Thursday
Sacha – All 4 and Flash
Where is the brilliant Walter Presents strand taking us this time? To Switzerland! Sacha tells the gripping story of a well-respected Geneva prosecutor, Anne (Sophie Broustal), who’s arrested for shooting a man – a shocking incident that has left him hovering between life and death.
Anne is ready to admit that she did it but can’t explain why.
Cue the arrival of prosecutor Carla (Isabelle Caillat), who must talk to all involved in the case and try to unearth long-kept secrets from Anne’s past in order to explain her motive.
Available from Friday
Brookside – STV Player and Flash
Wait, what? Brookside? Yes, more than 40 years after it first hit our screens – and nearly 20 since it waved goodbye – Britain’s most famous cul-de-sac is cul-de-back. Well, sort of. The hugely popular and influential soap is being shown all over again, from the start, on the STV Player, reintroducing us to the likes of Jimmy Corkhill (Dean Sullivan) and Sheila Grant (Sue Johnston), and giving us the chance to relive classic moments like Trevor Jordache being buried under the patio of No. 10, the helicopter crash and Beth Jordache’s (Anna Friel) lesbian kiss with Margaret Clemence (Nicola Stephenson).
The first ten episodes are available now, with five new instalments each week – so what are you waiting for?
FILMS TO STREAM
Evil Dead – Sky Sci-Fi & NOW
As remakes of classic horror movies go, this gruesome 2013 take on the 1981 slasher is surprisingly good.
Five friends stay in a cabin in the woods, only to awaken powerful demon forces.
Matilda The Musical – Sky Store Wednesday
Moving, funny and filled with memorable songs, this spellbinding adaptation of the Roald Dahl favourite features a remarkable performance from young lead Alisha Weir.
All Quiet On The Western Front – Netflix
With no less than nine Oscar nominations to its name, don’t miss this harrowing but magnificent German anti-war film, set during World War I.
In German, with subtitles.
At Midnight – Paramount+ Friday
Gorgeous-looking romcom about an unlikely couple, Mexican hotel manager Alejandro (Diego Boneta) and film star Sophie (Monica Barbaro), who resort to meeting at midnight to conceal their love.
IN THE MOOD FOR… A post-apocalyptic drama
The Last Of Us
The hype is justified for this nerve-shredding series based on the popular video game.
When a terrifying pandemic decimates humankind, grieving Joel (Pedro Pascal) is tasked with taking teenager Ellie across the ravaged US.
Snowpiercer – Netflix
Set seven years after a new ice age wipes out most of humanity, this three-season show follows the survivors, who’ve found sanctuary on a giant train that constantly circles the planet.
Stars Jennifer Connelly.
The Rain – Netflix
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