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This one-off film about conspiracy theorists is slow on the uptake but will be eye-watering viewing for some
Our critic’s selection of the latest in home viewing
The wildly inventive HBO/Sky mini-series gives a surreal twist to the story of a movie-obsessed couple who lost touch with reality
Despite the show’s implausibilities, Samuel Adewunmi has the space to shine as a man out of his depth
FT Alphaville has the answer, but we’re not sure Roman Roy does.
The series starring Clive Owen and Beanie Feldstein has a soapy quality but doesn’t flinch from chilling details
The crime series, set in a microcosm of the US opioid crisis, shares Mare of Easttown’s downbeat mood but lacks its spiky humour
Peter Jackson’s eight-hour documentary lovingly recalibrates the confrontations, walkouts and final moments of harmony
The reality show’s fourth series promises more soap-opera theatrics and multimillion-dollar property listings
Journalist Sathnam Sanghera travels across the country to understand how its colonial history has shaped many Britons’ attitudes today
Comcast-owned company may well see this as a relatively cheap deal
This lavish series starring Rosamund Pike has enough faux-mysticism to keep genre fans happy but lacks convincing human interactions
A watchable but entirely surplus-to-requirements sequel returns big cat obsessive Joe Exotic to the screen
The two actors’ northern road trip conveys something profound about memory and the ways we are shaped by our pasts
Taika Waititi and Sterlin Harjo’s comedy-drama has an almost entirely Native American cast and crew but steers away from romanticisation
A psychiatrist manipulates a Manhattanite with self-esteem issues in this comedy adaptation of a true-crime podcast
The series centres on a woman investigating her life after losing her memory, also starring Christopher Eccleston
A new mini-series traces how Purdue Pharma’s ‘miracle drug’ OxyContin became a national tragedy
Writer Beth Macy and director Barry Levinson discuss taking on the Sacklers and victim-blaming in their mini-series
The failings of the writer’s body and the UK’s public health policy are presented in tandem to powerful effect on Sky Arts
Finding the right time to tell stories of the pandemic is a thorny issue for the creative industries
Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick narrates this Netflix docudrama about his formative years and racial inequality
A privileged student is accused of murder in this series by the makers of ‘Line of Duty’
Jon Hamm and Lucy Liu join Larry David as the comedy follows its familiar, winning formula
The first three episodes introduce five characters from around the globe, but very few aliens