The dystopian train continues its non-stop journey, and Anna Friel’s detective is undercover for a third series

This TV reboot of the post-apocalyptic film by Parasite director Bong Joon-ho from 2013 about class struggles on a constantly moving train appears just eight months after its first for a second season Uprising and Revolution have given way to a new world order, as well as the arrival of Sean Beans Mr. Wilford, creator and billionaire of the train Tuesday, March 26th January, Netflix

Liam Williams’ pitch-black, Bafta-winning mockumentary exploring the world of vloggers returns for a third series after Williams helped a few content creators escape the clutches of creepy manager James Wirm (Tim Key) he turned his attention to travel, culture and food vloggers on Sunday, April 24th January, BBC Three

After December’s special focus on Zendaya’s Rue, the famous teen drama returns with another standalone episode, this Christmas holiday special, follows Hunter Schafer’s Jules as she ponders her year on Monday, May 25th January, 9 p.m., Sky Atlantic

The television adventurer and writer reflects on some of the more remote and notable destinations he has visited throughout his career. Admire the arctic glaciers, vast Central Asian deserts and breathtaking tropical reefs from the “comfort” of your lockdown sofa bleak winter sunday, 24 January, 8 p.m., BBC Two

In this groundbreaking animated series, musicians like singer Ray BLK and rappers Ms Banks and D Double E speak openly about mental health.In the first episode, rapper Konan talks about grief and trauma after losing his stepfather, in addition to mindfulness techniques, now all 4

A quiet version of the celebrity cooking contest in which 10 hopefuls, including ex-Corrie star Shobna Gulati, comic Ed Byrne and former rugby player Gareth Thomas, put their show stoppers for judges Mary Berry, Angela Hartnett and Chris Bavin on the Tuesday, March 26th January, 9 p.m., BBC One

Engin Öztürk plays Genue, a mysterious killer with a heart, in this eye-catching Turkish crime fiction.After he fled his boss and his surrogate father figure, he goes in search of his real family and lives undercover in a small neighborhood called But his past will catch up with him soon Wednesday, 27 January, Netflix

While most of Price’s life has been in full view, the model and reality star has taken their son, who was born with a rare genetic disorder, out of the spotlight in this familiar document informing her of the challenges and challenges the future Monday, 25 January, 8:30 a.m., BBC One

A celebration of the most defining tracks in the genre, produced by Roots founders Questlove and Black Thought. Over the course of this entertaining series, experts analyzed Jesus Walks by Kanye West, Alright by Kendrick Lamar and Ladies First by Queen Latifah, among others. 29 January, 10pm, BBC Four

Season three of Anna Friel’s gasping crime drama is finally arriving on British television. Friel’s detective, suffering from violent power outages, is undercover in Northern Ireland to infiltrate a wealthy criminal family but the deeper it goes, the more you become past trauma brought to light Tuesday 26th January, 9 p.m., ITV

This intriguing series traces the tumultuous road to Uganda’s 2021 elections when the country’s biggest pop star, Bobi Wine, attempted to overthrow corrupt leader Yoweri Museveni and break his 30-year reign There are incisive Details on the background of both men as well as almost real-time analysis as Kampala erupts in violence a few days before the polls start All episodes available, Spotify

Journalist Megan Lawton hosted this charming series, interviewing the professionals who work with the stars behind the scenes, from makeup artists to cameramen.The guests who spread the gossip include Little Mix photographer Callum Mills, the hairdresser Miles Jeffries and Choreographer Suzette BrissettWide Widespread Weekly

With misinformation on the internet, you’d have thought that now would be a good time for someone to release a clear, authoritative podcast on the vaccine rollout.Luckily, the BBC did too: on this series, Tim Harford gleefully questions experts on topics like who gets the shot first and how far the second dose goes Weekly BBC Sounds

Thanks to Marcus Rashford, football has been in the headlines lately and not just because of cup disruptions Max Rushden and his team of experts are on hand to analyze everything as well as the biggest games of the week. Recent highlights included a discussion of the impact of Brexit as well the gambling law violation charges against Kieran Trippier Weekly The Guardian

1D-er Liam Payne and the sports broadcaster Jaydee Dyer are moderating this new pod, in which footballers and the musicians who have inspired them come together: The Croatian international Ivan Rakitić is supported by the Colombian folk band Morat. The other guests are the Soccer players Carli Lloyd and Asisat Oshoala as well as rapper Wretch 32 Widespread weekly

(Ramin Bahrani) 125 minutes The latest combo of Hollywood and – if not Bollywood – Indian cinema with mass appeal Based on Aravind Adiga’s Booker-winning novel, this account of a villager who became a servant in Delhi is like a South Asian one Answer to Parasite, which deals with the interdependence of the globalized elite and the lower class around them, Netflix

(Jasmila Žbanić) 102 minutes, a harrowing account of the events surrounding the Srebrenica massacre by Bosnian director Žbanić Aida (Jasna Đuričić) is an American translator who works for Dutch soldiers as the Bosnian-Serbian armed forces join forces approaching, their attempts to save their family become more desperateCurzon Home Theater

(Dave Franco) 88 minutes of Franco’s directorial debut is an effective horror film that grosses a little too much, if anything. Two couples (Dan Stevens and Alison Brie, Jeremy Allen White and Sheila Vand) co-written by Joe Swanberg rent a chic retreat on a cliff for the weekend Secrets and lies and bad things soon popping up in Amazon Prime Video

(Wu Hao, Chen Weixi, Anonymous) 93 minutes Anyone looking for conspiracy theories about Covid will probably not find them here This exhausting doctor over Wuhan’s first lockdown last February stays in hospitals and treats patients as the disease of the World was not taken seriously on digital

(Roger Corman) 90 Minute Hammer’s horror films proved to be an unexpected hit in the 1950s, so Corman took action. This 1964 adaptation by Edgar Allan Poe – after House of Usher – has Vincent Price as Prospero, a satanic prince running a festival On digital

Based on a true story, this gripping tale of an inept robbery has the thrill of a caper movie, but the real gang members comment on the action Directed by Bart Layton (who made Conman Doc The Imposter) he follows college students Barry Keoghan and Evan Peters of Kentucky trying to steal priceless books from the university library Tuesday, Jan. January, 9 p.m., Film4


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