World Television Day
Television continues to be the single largest source of video consumption. Though screen sizes have changed, and people stream and consume content on different platforms, the number of households with television sets around the world continues to rise. So celebrate World Television Day on 21st November by checking out one of these bingeable series/films.
Yellowjackets follows a girl’s high school soccer team after they’ve been in a plane crash and stranded in the remote wilderness. The show flips back and forth between the immediate aftermath of the crash, and 25 years later as the survivors piece together what really happened out there. Catch this series on Showtime from November 14th.
The Great, Season 2
The Great returns for its charming second season. This time around, Catherine is gearing up to finally take the throne, but she quickly realises that ruling a country is actually a lot harder than she thought it’d be. Catch this series on Hulu from November 19th.
Narcos: Mexico, Season 3
The third and final season of Narcos: Mexico is officially upon us. Now in the 1990s, the Mexican drug cartel is at war with each other, as kingpins emerge and the feds try to find out the dirty truths behind the madness. Catch this series on Netflix from November 5th.
The Shrink Next Door
Based on the podcast of the same name (and the very true story that inspired the podcast), The Shrink Next Door follows the exploitative relationship between psychiatrist Dr. Isaac “Ike” Herschkopf and his longtime patient Martin “Marty” Markowitz. Catch this series on Apple TV+ from November 12th.
The North Water
The cast and crew of The North Water journeyed all the way to the icy archipelago of Svalbard – thought to be the furthest north any television drama has ever filmed. Jack O’Connell plays a disgraced surgeon turned ship’s doctor on a whaling expedition to the Arctic; also on board is a scary harpooner (Colin Farrell). This series is already available to watch on BBC iPlayer.
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