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    A decade after the conclusion of the underrated series Justified, Kentucky’s cowboy marshal is back and making bold new moves. The hat still fits, though, writes Emma Johns.

  • Onwards and upwards

    New Zealander Rose Matafeo’s British sitcom Starstruck is no longer a will-they-won’t-they series, writes Rachel Aroesti. Instead, it focuses on the joys of friendship — and becomes more enjoyable, relatable and far more moving.

  • Who? More like why?

    New Netflix mystery drama Who is Erin Carter? is deathly dull, packed with cliches and atrocious dialogue. It’s the TV equivalent of a cry for help, writes Lucy Mangan.

  • Drugs,crime andseafood

    Robyn Malcolm and Temuera Morrison are deep in drug conspiracy country in their new TV series, writes Karl Puschmann.

  • Murder most fun

    As Only Murders In the Building returns for season 3, it’s more fun, the chemistry between the amateur sleuths almost crackles, and the guests are stellar. As Meryl Streep puts in her beautiful performances, you want to punch the air, writes Leila Latif.

  • Heavy going

    The thickly portentous novel adaptation The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart is gorgeously shot, and perfectly captures the threat of violence that men can represent to women. Shame it has the odd teeth-itching moment, writes Lucy Mangan.

  • Double trouble

    David Tennant and Michael Sheen bring so much swaggering mischief to the second series of the Neil Gaiman-created Good Omens you’d think they’ve been working together for ever. Sadly, the rest of the show has run out of ideas, writes Jack Seale.

  • Elba takes flight

    Idris Elba is majestically charismatic in the real-time hijack drama, er, Hijack — the rock on which seven hours of brilliant, bingeable nonsense are based, enthuses Lucy Mangan.

  • Pressure cooker

    It’s wild we’ve been messing around with Timothee Chalamet when we already had Jeremy Allen White as a Michelin-level chef in a white T-shirt trying to turn around a doomed Chicago sandwich shop, reckons Joel Golby.

  • Time for ‘Sex Education’ to graduate, producer says

    Netflix’s decision to end a hit show after four seasons devastates fans.

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