Another week, another list of our top viewing picks, tailored for our wonderful readers.
As usual, we’ve got a wide range to go through from gardening shows to science fiction to reimagined favourites in the style of 90s musicals. Let us know what you think and happy watching!
National Treasure – Monday 20th September | Netflix
Originally shown on Channel 4 in 2016, National Treasure sees a celebrated comedian facing accusations of sexual assault in the twilight of his career, affecting everyone in different ways. Starring Nadine Marshall and Babou Cesay.
The Great British Bake Off – Tuesday 21st September 8pm | Channel 4
The ultimate British baking battle is back with another round of passionate amateur baking fans competing to be crowned the UK’s Best Amateur Baker.
Y: The Last Man – Tuesday 22nd September | STAR on Disney+
Set in a post-apocalyptic world in which all mammals with a Y chromosome have been wiped out – apart from one. The mysterious man and his pet monkey are forced to survive in this new dystopian world whilst trying to restore what was lost. With 2 episodes directed by Destiny Ekaragha.
Dear White People Volume 4 – Wednesday 22nd September | Netflix
Reunited amid a pandemic, future Sam and Lionel look back at their final year together at Winchester which plays out as a 90s musical.
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK – Thursday 23rd September 7pm | available on BBC iPlayer
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK is back for series three! Over the course of 10 weeks, 12 fabulous drag queens will compete to be crowned The UK’s Next Drag Race Superstar.
Foundation – Friday 24th September | Apple TV+
A complex saga of humans scattered on planets throughout the galaxy all living under the rule of the Galactic Empire. Starring Leah Harvey and Lou Llobell.
Blood and Water : Season 2 – Friday 24th September | Netflix
As the search for answers continues, Puleng encourages Fiks to consider a complex truth while navigating a close-knit community of allies and enemies.
BMF – Sunday 26th September | StarzPlay
Inspired by the true story of two brothers who rose from the decaying streets of southwest Detroit in the late 1980s and gave birth to one of the most influential crime families in the United States. With Eric Kofi-Abrefa.