5 most binge-worthy shows this Jan

5 most binge-worthy shows this Jan

Doing Dry Jan? Bank account cleaned out?  We got ya… a little human hibernation has never looked so attractive. Stick the kettle on, grab the remote and snuggle up for a marathon of the most binge-worthy new series and films coming to a screen near you.


Didn’t see it the first time around? After taking a SEVEN YEAR hiatus from our screens, prepare to watch a fresh batch of adventurous young castaways competing in the ultimate popularity contest on two uninhabited paradise islands in the South Pacific. The two tribes – Sharks and Tigers – will battle it out to win over new arrivals to their respective islands, with a £50k prize at stake for the largest tribe at the end of the competition. Sun, sea and backstabbing… where do we sign up?fakespacing[1]


Coming early 2019, E4


The new interactive film from Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror, has arrived! Set in 1980s London, 19-year-old game developer Stefan is in the process of turning a choose-your-own adventure book into a video game. Along the way, he realises he’s lost his free will, and that some force beyond his control is compelling him to make decisions. That force is YOU! You get to choose what Stefan does, from his morning breakfast cereal to whether he should murder his own father.fakespacing[1]


Available on demand now, Netflix


This dark psychological thriller, starring Gossip Girl’s Penn Badgley and Pretty Little Liars’ Shay Mitchell, is giving us at least two reasons to watch! From the executive producers of Riverdale and based on the best-selling novel by Caroline Kepnes, You explores the blurred lines between hero and villain, love and obsession and presents social media as the root of all evil. Let’s just say, you’ll definitely want to set your social to private and lock your doors 10 minutes in!fakespacing[1]


Available on demand now, Netflix


Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s filthy funny comedy Catastrophe is back for a fourth series (about time!) Re-join the couple in their (not so) domestic bliss and remind yourself that life could be soooo much worse! Can’t remember the series three cliff-hanger? Catch-up on all three previous series on All 4 now.fakespacing[1]


Starts 7th January, Channel 4

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This gritty six-part drama, featuring mega hon Sheridan Smith (The Royle Family, Smithy’s sister in Gavin & Stacey, you know the one), is worth staying in for. Smith plays a sassy office cleaner struggling with an online gambling addiction, who soon realises her late-night mopping, sweeping and vacuuming gives her access to lucrative Stock Market information. Could it be the answer to her prayers? Probs not, but it’s worth watching to find out!fakespacing[1]


Starts 9th January, ITV


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