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Unflinching yet never gratuitous, it stars Toni Collette and Merritt Wever as hard-bitten detectives investigating a serial rapist. Time becomes a loop in this sci-fi parable about a troubled New Yorker who finds herself reliving the final hours of her life over and over. Is the cosmos itself trying to tell her something?

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Or is she simply losing her marbles. Natasha Lyonne excels as damaged, potty-mouthed Nadia. Her improbable love interest is played by Charlie Barnett. Umbrella Academy unfolds as a lightly unhinged anti-Avengers. Oscar-nominated Ava DuVernay makes a foray into television with a gripping four-part retelling of the Central Park Five case in which five African Americans were charged with the rape of a jogger in central Manhattan.

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This return to the world of the Jim Henson fantasy movie is very much a series of two halves. The first five episodes are a confused hodgepodge of exposition and world building. But once it settles down this prequel to the film spins a fantastic tale of puppet Gelflings and Skeksis vying for power in a feudal kingdom… a game of thrones, as it were.

A rare TV horror that genuinely gets under the skin. Rather than lazy jump-scares, the series ratchets up the dread slowly yet unyieldingly. A few episodes in and you may find yourself holding your breath, so searing is the tension. To really freak you, Flanagan has also inserted dozens of hidden ghosts into the background. See how many you can spot — and good luck getting to sleep afterwards. Prairie Marling is an inter-dimensional wanderer with a strange past and an even weirder future. Controversially cancelled after just two seasons — and the mother of all cliff-hangers — the OA is nonetheless a sensory experience worth your time.

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