What to expect on the Small Screen

With so many shows out now and coming soon, here is a brief rundown of some of the television to look out for.




Where: Sky/HBO

When: Out Now (new episodes weekly)

Set in the dystopian comic universe published by DC Comics, Watchmen (2019) tells a new story, acting as a sequel to the original graphic novel. Starring Regina King, Don Johnson and Tim Blake Nelson.



Living With Yourself

Where: Netflix

When: Out Now

This comedy follows the story of Miles Elliot who, after going through an unusual treatment in the hope of enjoying life again, discovers that he has been replaced by an identical clone. Starring Paul Rudd, Paul Rudd, and Aisling Bea.



Bojack Horseman (Season 6)

Where: Netflix

When: October 25th

Returning for its final season, with part one being released this month, the titular horseman has gone to rehab in hopes to make up for the mistakes of his past. This zany and dark animated dramedy stars the voice talent of Will Arnett , Alison Brie and Paul F. Tompkins.



The Crown (Season 3)

Where: Netflix

When: November 17

This historical drama returns for its 3rd season with Olivia Coleman and Tobias Menzies taking over the roles as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh respectively. This season will be set between the years of 1964 – 76, with Prince Charles and Camilla being a central focus.



Rick and Morty (Season 4)

Where: Adult Swim

When: November 10 (new episodes weekly) (UK Dates TBC)

Expect more sci-fi hijinxs with Rick and Morty’s 4th season featuring dragons, space snakes and Morty going insane – standard fare for Dan Harmon’s bizarre comedy. Featuring the voice talent of Justin Roiland, Chris Parnell and Spenser Grammer.




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