Beat the boredom with these exciting shows
1. Ratched: Sarah Paulson plays the titular character, the bloodthirsty tyrant Mildred Ratched in the adaptation of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. The story is set in 1947 and will be on Ratched who infiltrates a mental health institution by posing as a nurse, and wreaks havoc. The series will be premiering on Netflix on Friday, 18th September.
2. Des: David Tennant plays a real-life serial killer Dennis Nilsen in this three-part true-crime series and the story follows a seemingly normal looking man who had killed at least 12 men across London during the 1980s and almost escaped the law. The series will premiere Monday, 14th September, 9pm, ITV.
3. Criminal: This intense crime drama which is set within an interrogation room will be returning with its second season with a whole new cast including, Kit Harrington, Kunal Magyar, Katherine Kelly, Sharon Horgan and Sophie Okonedo. The series will be a available on Netflix on Wednesday, 16th September.
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4. Becoming: Becoming is an empowering docu-series that is produced by basketball legend LeBron James, and shows the inspiring journeys of a few athletes and creatives, such as singer Colbie Caillat, actor Julianne Hough, and LA Lakers player Anthony Davis, where they share their stories. It will start streaming on Friday, 18th September on Disney Plus.
5. Extinction: The Facts: Presented by Sir David Attenborough, the show examines the UN’s grave report of the potential extinction of one million plant and animal species if the climate crisis we are facing is left unchecked. Aside from the numbers, there is also a message of hope for a possible change. The show premiers this Sunday, 13 September on BBC One at 8pm.