Its wet, its windy it its predicted that we will be seeing snow this week!
Even more reason to turn the heating up, snuggle on the sofa and watch our recommended programmes, we have a wide selection for you to binge on. If your looking for a thriller, catch Alfred Enoch (How To Get Away With Murder) in C4’s The Couple Next Door, or Femme starring Nathan Stewart-Jarrett where revenge is the name of the game.
If your looking for a more festive mood then look no further than Genie starring Paapa Essiedu and the highly anticipated Candy Cane Lane starring THE Eddie Murphy.
Let us know what you’ll be watching!
The Couple Next Door – Monday 27th @ 9pm & Tuesday 28th November @ 9.15pm | Channel 4
When Evie and Pete move into an upscale neighbourhood, they find themselves in a world of curtain twitching and status anxiety. But soon find friendship in the shape of the couple next door, alpha traffic cop Danny and his wife, glamorous yoga instructor Becka. As time goes on, these two couples get increasingly close to each other and one fateful night, become sexually entangled in a way that will change their lives forever. Starring Alfred Enoch.
The Doll Factory – Monday 27th November | Paramount+ UK & Ireland
The series follows the life of Iris, who paints dolls for a living alongside her twin sister. Iris then meets two men, Silas and Louis, where their lives become intertwined. As the series unfolds, dark, chilling truths are exposed. With Sharlene Whyte, Jim Caesar and Reece Kenwyne-Mpudzi.
Slow Horses: S3 – Wednesday 29th November | Apple TV+
Follows a team of British intelligence agents who serve in a dumping ground department of MI5 due to their career-ending mistakes. In season three, a romantic liaison in Istanbul threatens to expose a buried MI5 secret in London. When Jackson Lamb and his team of misfits are dragged into the fight, they find themselves caught in a conspiracy that threatens the future not just of Slough House but of MI5 itself. Stars Rosalind Eleazar, Kadiff Kirwan, Sophie Okonedo & Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù.
BET Soul Train Awards 2023 – Thursday 30th November | My5 and Sky on-Demand
Keke Palmer hosts this year BET Soul Train Awards the annual celebration of music recognising the best in Soul, RnB and Hip-Hop music.
Femme – Friday 1st December | In Cinemas
Jules’ life and career as a drag queen is destroyed by a homophobic attack, but when he re-encounters his attacker in a gay sauna, he is presented with a chance to exact revenge. Starring Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, with Aaron Heffernan.
Genie – Friday 1st December | Sky Cinemas
With his life unraveling around him, workaholic Bernard dusts off a jewellery box and unintentionally releases genie Flora, who might just be able to help him win his family back before Christmas. Starring Paapa Essiedu, with Denée Benton, Nyasha Hatendi and Jordyn McIntosh.
Power Book III: Raising Kanan: S3 – Friday 1st December | Lionsgate+
Kanan finds himself grappling with the very notions of right and wrong. Good and evil. Fidelity and disloyalty. And he’s not alone. Every member of the Thomas family must confront an existential crisis that challenges their very identity. Starring Omar Epps, Mekai Curtis, Hailey Kilgore, Joey Bada$$, Malcolm M. Mays, London Brown and Patina Miller.
Candy Cane Lane – Friday 1st December | Prime Video
After Chris inadvertently makes a deal with a mischievous elf named Pepper to better his chances of winning, she casts a magic spell that brings the 12 Days of Christmas to life and wreaks havoc on the whole town. At the risk of ruining the holidays for his family, Chris, his wife Carol, and their three children must race against the clock to break Pepper’s spell, battle deviously magical characters and save Christmas for everyone. Starring Eddie Murphy, Jillian Bell and Tracee Ellis Ross.
PRU – Friday 1st December | Netflix
Expelled from school, four defiant teens enter a program designed to give them a new attitude towards learning in a unit for children excluded from their schools for bad behaviour. Stars Tom Moutchi, Nkechi Simms and Michael Boahen.
Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over – Friday 1st December @ 9pm | BBC Four
Profile of the singer whose career has spanned more than four decades with hits such as Alfie, Walk On By and That’s What Friends Are For. Featuring contributions from friends, family and collaborators including Burt Bacharach, Tom Jones, Stevie Wonder, Gloria Estefan, Quincy Jones and Michael Caine.