13 of the best TV shows to binge during Lockdown 3 - as chosen by you
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We asked you to share the best binge-worthy TV programmes to immerse yourself in on the dark nights.
Here are some of your most popular suggestions from our social media pages:
Bridgerton - Netflix
Eight episodes. The period drama is based on Julia Quinn's best-selling novel series of the same name, following the stories and drama of debutantes presented at court.
The Boys - Prime Video
Two seasons. A gritty superhero series packed with action, corruption and vengeance.
Cobra Kai - Netflix
Three seasons. Set more than 30 years after 1984’s The Karate Kid, the story continues in this comedy drama.
A Discovery of Witches - Sky
Two series. Follow the story of witch Diana Bishop in this TV adaptation of the All Souls Triology by Deborah Harkness.
It's A Sin - All 4
Five episodes. The mini-series by Russell T. Davies follows a group of friends in 1980s London as the AIDS crisis impacts their lives.
Line of Duty - BBC iPlayer
Five series. Originally broadcast on BBC Two, the police series is the channel’s most popular drama.
The Mandalorian - Disney +
Two series. The first live-action series in the Star Wars franchise, created by Jon Favreau, follows the adventures of a lone bounty hunter played by Pedro Pascal.
Married at First Sight, Married at First Sight Australia, Married at First Sight USA - All 4
Five, three and seven seasons. Couples are paired by a panel of experts – but will their trip down the aisle lead to a long-lasting relationship?
Outlander - Prime Video
Five seasons. Join Claire Randall who is transported back to 18th Century Scotland from 1945 in this historical drama based on Diana Gabaldon’s novel series.
The Pembrokeshire Murders - ITV Hub
Three episodes. The latest in a series of ITV dramas focusing on notorious British murder cases.
The Queen's Gambit - Netflix
Seven episodes. A period drama following the tale of orphaned Beth Harmon’s journey to chess royalty.
The Serpent - Netflix and BBC iPlayer
Eight episodes. Series based on the crimes of serial killer Charles Sobhraj.
WandaVision - Disney +
Three episodes at time of writing, nine in total. The first series in Phase 4 of the MCU sees Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany return as Scarlet Witch and Vision.