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Our critic’s selection of the latest in home viewing
Dr Orna Guralnik allows cameras into her sessions with clients in this Showtime series
Stop-motion fable, with the voices of Helena Bonham Carter and Jarvis Cocker, occupies a space between comedy and horror
Maxine Peake plays a compassionless executive at a toxic sportswear company in this uneven new BBC1 mini-series
Deborah Turness to succeed Fran Unsworth in one of the most influential jobs in British journalism
A compelling BBC series explores how the artist captured a vacuous age with cool detachment — and throws up questions about our own
Following a string of brutal incarceration thrillers, Channel 4’s new series is refreshing in its muted approach
Plants take centre-stage in this exquisitely shot BBC documentary
Maxine Peake gives a heart-rending performance as a bereaved mother whose son died in the 1989 tragedy
Stephen Merchant stars as the notorious serial killer, but the focus in this three-part series is on the murdered men and their families
Set in the Australian outback, this enjoyably quirky BBC series segues seamlessly between thriller, comedy and horror
Dark secrets and an unsolved case threaten suburban life in the streaming platform’s latest Harlan Coben adaptation
Henry Mance looks back at the golden age of Christmas event television — and considers what might take its place
David Tennant stars as Phileas Fogg in the BBC’s carefree Boxing Day adaptation of Jules Verne’s novel
This BBC documentary finds the 89-year-old reflecting on his career and bringing scenes to life on canvas
The BBC1 series depicts the toxic marriage and scandalous divorce of Margaret Campbell and the Duke of Argyll
Issa Rae’s series about ‘regular black people living life’ helped to shift the TV landscape
An update of the 1960s-set show on Hulu/Disney Plus offers a perspective rarely seen on TV, that of a middle-class black family
The shows sticks steadfastly to its picture-postcard scenery, bonkers fashion and eccentric plot lines
From the wretched rich of ‘Succession’ to Kate Winslet’s cantankerous Pennsylvania cop, our critic’s highlights of the year
I’m ageing along with these characters: is the new series grotesque, or praiseworthy defiance from older women?
The atmosphere of menace is undeniable in this adaptation of JR Delaney’s 2016 novel
The writer’s eerie stories have become a seasonal TV staple — and the director is determined to keep the tradition alive
What happens when the masters of the corporate universe lose their drive to conquer all?