The best new TV to stream this week – from Anatomy Of A Scandal to Hard Cell

WATCHED all there is to watch on Netflix and co? Fear not. The Sun has got you covered with the best new films and TV shows coming to your screens.

From Sienna Miller's Anatomy Of A Scandal to Catherine Tate's new comedy Hard Cell, there's no shortage of shows to binge-watch until your heart's content.

Anatomy Of A Scandal (Netflix)

When her top Tory MP husband Jonathan Whitehouse is accused of having an affair with a researcher, Sophie’s perfect life is shattered.

And with further shocking revelations – and hotshot barrister Kate Woodcroft – waiting in the wings, the blows keep coming for the scorned politician’s wife.

Cut from a similar cloth to A Very English Scandal – though totally fictional – this British courtroom drama is engrossing and gorgeous to look at.

Available to watch from Friday, April 15.

Hard Cell (Netflix)

After what’s seemed an age, Catherine Tate is back on our screens, armed with a raucous and irreverent new comedy.

Set in fictional women’s prison HMP Woldsley, this six-part spoof fly-the-wall documentary follows staff and inmates as they attempt to put on a production of West Side Story, directed by ex-EastEnder Cheryl Fergison.

Throughout, Catherine plays several characters, including out-of-her-depth governor Laura, wide boy guard Marco and violent lifer Big Viv and it’s silly, fabulously performed and full of heart.

Available to watch from Tuesday, April 12.

Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? (BritBox)

This enjoyably evocative three-part adaptation of the 1934 Agatha Christie murder-mystery is directed by Hugh Laurie.

It stars Will Poulter as naval officer Bobby Jones, who discovers a man lying fatally injured at the bottom of a cliff but gets to hear his last words: “Why didn’t they ask Evans?”

Confused, Bobby sets about trying to unravel the mystery behind this strange question, aided by feisty It-girl Frankie.

Featuring a cast that includes legends like Emma Thompson, Jim Broadbent, it’s a tremendous whodunnit treat.

Available to watch from Thursday, April 14.

Roar (Apple TV+)

Nicole Kidman, Alison Brie, Issa Rae and Meera Syal are among the stars featured in this new anthology series of eight films, all with a feminist flavour.

From Nicole as a woman who eats photos, to Issa as a female author invisible to men, these stories are never afraid to be a little weird, but all are very watchable.

Available to watch from Friday, April 15.

The Murder Of Sarah Everard: A Faking It Special (Discovery+)

The Faking It experts turn their attention to the appalling abduction and murder of Sarah Everard by police officer Wayne Couzens – a case that sent waves of shock and anger through British society.

Analysing bodycam footage and CCTV from the night of Sarah’s abduction and police interviews with Couzens, body language expert Cliff Lansley, linguistics professor Dawn Archer and forensic psychologist Kerry Daynes reveal the tell-tale signs that confirmed the killer’s guilt.

Available to watch from Thursday, April 14.

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The Ultimatum (Netflix)

What happens to a couple when one half is ready to marry but the other isn’t sure?

They go on this gripping relationship show, that’s what. Six couples have eight weeks to commit to marriage or move on – and Nick and Vanessa Lachey are in charge.

Hacks (Amazon Prime)

The legendary Jean Smart stars as an ageing stand-up badly in need of some up-to-date material. Enter struggling young comedy writer Ava and the start of an unconventional friendship.

Funny and smart, there’s a reason this fab comedy picked up several Emmys.

Pachinko (Apple TV+)

This epic and affecting Korean family drama – starring Min-ha Kim and based on the novel by Min Jin Lee – spans decades and continents but always keeps you glued to the screen.

A lavish treat that’s worlds away from the likes of Squid Game.

Moon Knight (Disney+)

The long-awaited and mysterious new Marvel series is here, bringing more darkness, violence and psychological strangeness than previous MCU spin offs.

And while the plot takes a little time to unravel, Oscar Isaac is brilliant as the complex title character.

Peaky Blinders (BBC iPlayer)

The show might have reached its dramatic conclusion – on telly, at least – but that doesn’t mean we have to wave goodbye to Tommy and the gang for good.

All six seasons of the brilliant drama are now available, so fans and newcomers alike can binge themselves blind.

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