Our take on season 4 of The Crown, which arrives on Netflix on the 15th November.
While The Queen's Gambit is maybe a little padded out at seven episodes, the good far outweighs the bad, with a brilliant evocation of the 60s, a wonderful central performance from Anya Taylor-Joy, and a finale that makes the journey more than worthwhile.
The Haunting of Bly Manor is a very different beast to its Netflix predecessor...
What promises to be a glossy, fun-filled romantic comedy set in Paris complete with Darren Star-scripts and a great leading actress in Lilly Collins instead turns into a one filled with cliche and stereotypical depictions of France.
'The Comey Rule' depicts the puzzling ineptitude and arrogance of figures in the Trump administration - notably of Trump himself.
The lengthy saga of Sword Art Online: Alicization comes to a sweeping conclusion in War for Underworld and it was definitely worth the two year wait to find out how the story of the Underworld comes to an end.
It's dinosaurs versus kids in the new animated installment of the Jurassic Park franchise.
Ratched explores the origins of one of cinema's most famous antagonists, but Ryan Murphy using a template and style more associated with American Horror Story means it feels like another tired production to emerge from his Netflix era.
The return of the UK branch of Criminal sees the Netflix procedural deliver another run of enthralling interrogations complete with superlative guest performances. However, its second episode will prove very divisive.
Although it starts on somewhat shaky ground, Away soon transforms itself into a hugely enjoyable space voyage drama with a wonderful central performance and a brilliant supporting cast that makes Netflix's new sci-fi drama genuinely soar.
Sky's latest original series, Two Weeks to Live is violently funny comedy backed by wonderful performances from Maisie Williams and Sian Clifford.
Lucifer's penultimate season begins with a case of stolen identity and ends with an unexpected reveal, but what else could you expect from a show riddle with mysteries?
A transgender girl arrives at high school in First Day, an Australian miniseries now showing on CBBC and available on BBC Iplayer.
The Umbrella Academy is back. Is it better than ever?
Good Girls continues its own niche as a wonderfully entertaining piece of work.
Adapted from Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler's YA fantasy novel, Eamon Hennedy takes a look at Netflix's Cursed.
Netflix's Warrior Nun features a likeable and accomplished cast as well as a real sense of fun, but is hampered by some poor writing
Four stories interlock in an Australian Immigration Detention Centre, in Stateless, a complex and compelling drama now available in the UK on Netflix.