HERE is the best new TV shows to stream next week – from Black Mirror to The Grand Tour: Eurocrash.
The Sun's TV Mag has compiled a complete list of all the best shows that will be available on streaming providers this week.
Netflix – Black Mirror Available Thursday
An awful lot has happened in the world since the last series of Black Mirror, back in 2019. Which is good because it’s given creator Charlie Brooker plenty of inspiration and time to plot this typically mind-bending sixth season.
Featuring five new episodes, which include the tale of an ordinary woman who discovers that her life story has been adapted by a TV streaming platform, the series boasts a typically starry cast that includes Salma Hayek, Annie Murphy, Michael Cera, Himesh Patel, Aaron Paul, Josh Hartnett, Rob Delaney, John Hannah and many more.
Armed with twists you won’t see coming, it really is a case of expecting the unexpected.
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Our Planet II – Netflix Available from Wednesday
Sir David Attenborough – who else? – narrates another genuinely breathtaking series which promises to unravel the mystery of how and why animals migrate.
At any moment on Earth, and in all habitats, billions of animals are making epic journeys from once place to another. Using spectacular and cutting-edge cinematography, the four-part series shines a light on these journeys and examines what drives them.
Covering all manner of creatures, including imposing elephants, adorable penguins, awe-inspiring whales and blink-and-you’ll-miss-them insects, it’s marvellous and moving, in more ways than one.
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Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact – Netflix available from Tuesday
Are you sitting uncomfortably? Good, because there’s one thing that comedian Amy Schumer’s humour can never be accused of, and that’s being comfortable.
In this, her no-holds-barred, caustically candid new stand-up special, Amy takes aim at her (currently happy) relationship with her long-term partner, chef Chris Fisher.
Filmed at the Orpheum Theatre in LA and with nothing off-limits, Amy opens up about lasering her face, postpartum sex, chewable Viagra, having mixed feelings about her mother-in-law dying and her baby-naming disaster.
Let’s hope her relationship is still happy once Chris has watched it.
The Grand Tour: Eurocrash – PRIME VIDEO – Available from Friday
If anyone’s going to be up for doing a road trip that no one else has ever attempted, in cars that no one would actually want to drive, it’s Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond.
For their latest Grand Tour jaunt, the three friends are hitting the roads of central Europe and heading 1,400 miles from the port town of Gdansk in Poland, through Slovakia and Hungary and finishing at the breathtaking Lake Bled in Slovenia.
Along the way, they’ll be indulging in the usual crazy, car-based stunts – including a terrifying challenge involving archers that will have you on the edge of your seat – and playing predictably cruel pranks on each other.
They’ll also be checking out some unmissable sights, such as Krakow’s laughably awful wax museum and the Stalag Luft III World War II Prisoner of War camp, made famous by classic movie The Great Escape.
Outlander – LIONSGATE – Available from Friday
It’s been 12 long months since we were last in Fraser’s Ridge, following the dramatic, windswept and often rather racy adventures of time-travelling Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and her rugged Highland warrior hunk Jamie (Sam Heughan).
Fans have had a painful wait for this new, seventh series, wondering what will become of Claire, who had been arrested for Malva’s murder and carted off at the end of the last season.
As for Jamie, the last we saw of him, he’d been separated from his beloved and was about to be deported, before being rescued by Young Ian (John Bell).
Will Jamie make it back to Claire and save her before it’s too late? Will Malva’s real killer be caught? Will the approaching War of Independence shatter any chance of lasting happiness? We can’t wait to find out.
Count Abdulla – ITVX -Available from Thursday
What, yet another comedy about vampires? Yes, but we promise, you’ve never met a vampire quite like Abdulla Khan (played by Arian Nik).
This British-Muslim doctor’s life is changed one night at a Halloween party when he’s bitten by vampire Kathy (Jaime Winstone).
Cue plenty of blood-sucking comedy about what it means to be a reluctant Muslim vampire.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds – PARAMOUNT+ – Available from Thursday
There’s so many different Star Trek spin-offs out there these days that it would take the intelligence of Spock to keep up with them all – but Strange New Worlds is definitely up with the best.
This show, which beams down for a second series this Thursday, is set a decade before the events of the classic, original Star Trek, and follows the interplanetary adventures of Captain Christopher Pike (Anson Mount), the young Spock (Ethan Peck), Number One (Rebecca Romijn) and the rest of the crew aboard the U.S.S.
Enterprise. Picking up from where we left them last time out, the new season features another set of adventures, some spectacular new characters and some enjoyably familiar ones too. Galaxy-sized fun for all Trekkies.
Aussie Gold Hunters – DISCOVERY+ – Available from Monday
After a mid-season break, it’s time to catch up with those intrepid Aussie Gold Hunters to find out how their mission to unearth a life-changing load of that magical metal is going.
As ever, the hunters are breaking ground in some of the most inhospitable places in Australia – and that, coupled with soaring mining costs and unstable gold prices, means only the strongest, most determined will survive.
As we rejoin them, the Gold Retrievers look like they might have struck something big and Shane is forced to employ all his ingenuity to get himself out of a jam. Good luck to them all.
Human Resources – NETFLIX – Available now
The edgy and uproarious adult animation about a team of monsters who help young humans make sense of the world is back for a second season, and there’s a bunch of brilliant star names guesting this time round.
Miley Cyrus, Florence Pugh, Eugene Levy and Isabella Rossellini join in the hormonal fun, alongside regulars like Nick Kroll, who plays Maury the Hormone Monster, David Thewlis as the Shame Wizard and Maya Rudolph as Connie the Hormone Monstress.
Neighbours – AMAZON FREEVEE – Available from Thursday
While we wait for the shiny new reboot of Neighbours to hit our screens later this year, Amazon Freevee is giving Ramsay Street obsessives the chance to relive even more of the show’s celebrated past.
Fifty more classic episodes are being added to the streaming service’s already well-stocked store of Erinsborough delights this week, along with all episodes from 2017 and 2018.
So settle back and get ready to relive such defining moments as the shock return of Dee and David and Aaron’s wedding. It’s news so good, it might even put a smile on the face of Hilary Robinson.
The Surrogacy – NETFLIX – Available Wednesday
The delicate and emotionally complicated issue of surrogacy provides the backdrop for this powerful new drama series from Mexico.
When the life of her father is put in danger, in order to save him young woman Yeni (Shani Lozano) agrees to rent out her womb to a powerful family of Mexican businessmen.
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After giving birth, Yeni wakes up in the hospital to be presented with a child born with a physical disability.
Fast-forward several years and she’s shocked to discover that everything that happened at that moment was not what it seemed. In Spanish with subtitles.
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