News alert: You never need to leave the couch again.
There's a huge array of new TV shows (and some brilliant returns) to keep you occupied all winter long.
These TV shows will keep you captivated all winter long...
A MODERN CLASSIC: Jessica Jones, Netflix, from November
A woman with superpowers, who likes wine and can kick serious ass, is our type of comic- book hero, so we eagerly await this psychological thriller starring Breaking Bad’s Krysten Ritter.
SPANKING BRAND-NEW: The Last Panthers, Sky Atlantic, from November
Like high action heists and gangster thrillers? Who doesn’t? This six-part series, based on real-life jewel thieves the Pink Panthers and starring Samantha
Morton and John Hurt, will keep you entertained on the coldest of nights. Gripping doesn’t even come close.
THANK GOD IT’S BACK: The Affair, Season 2, Sky Atlantic, from October
We’ve been waiting on the edge of our armchairs, and finally, Dominic West and Ruth Wilson are back for part two of this Golden Globe-winning show, about a couple who have a dark affair, told from two perspectives.
GUARENTEED TO MAKE YOU LAUGH: Catastrophe, Channel 4, from October
Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney return for the second series of break-out hit about an unlikely couple brought together by a pregnancy. Guarenteed to have you snorting from the sofa.
DEVASTATINGLY OVER: This Is England ’90, On 4OD
The last chapter of Shane Meadows’ ode to Fred Perry stars familiar faces Vicky McClure and Joe Gilgun. This series, Gazza’s tears, raves in fields and the best of 90s wardrobes have us hooked. If you haven’t already, catch up on 4oD now.
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