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    From Tim Burton’s gothic direction to casting that is absolutely perfect (Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia!), this series focusing on the creepy clan’s daughter is an utter joy, writes Joel Golby.

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    Hugo Blick’s revelatory series is a gorgeous, glorious new take on the old west — a lawless land where no-one can hear you, or anyone in your way, scream, writes Lucy Mangan.

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    This show about the formation of the SAS — from the brains behind Peaky Blinders, Steven Knight — is big, brash, witty and packed with energy. It’s basically Khaki Blinders, reckons Rebecca Nicholson.

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    Jessica Raine, Peter Capaldi and a weird unblinking little boy are superb in this timely horror — which has all the creepy components to be essential viewing, Joel Golby reports.

  • Mystery within a mystery

    Magpie Murders has everything you want in a British ‘‘whodunit’’, writes Robert Lloyd.

  • Scared shirtless

    Not even Charlie Hunnam constantly taking his top off can save Apple TV+’s new thriller Shantaram, writes Rebecca Nicholson.

  • Standing the heat

    Flawless, propulsive show The Bear, about a talented chef overhauling his chaotic family sandwich joint, is the perfect dish, reckons Lucy Mangan.

  • Still got it

    Jeff Bridges plays an ex-CIA agent who has been in hiding for decades. Now, he’s paranoid old enemies are out to get him. Are they? Of course!, discovers Rebecca Nicholson.

  • The actually dark side

    New Star Wars show Andor seems to have realised a concept many fans have been clamouring for for a long time — Star Wars for grown-ups. Jack Seale rolls around in all the grit.

  • Screen Queen

    Be it her calming speech in lockdown, or her landmark decision to televise her coronation, the Queen embraced TV in a way that helped her connect to her subjects, writes Mark Lawson.

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