We're going to try not to get all weird about it (no promises, though), but consider this a decree of the highest order: if you haven't already watched Phoebe Waller-Bridge's two-series comedy game-changer, do it, and do it now.
2. Line of Duty
The BBC is quite frankly on fire at the moment, churning out fist-bitingly good telly. Atop all of these, however, is Line of Duty, where AC-12's overly earnest nicking of bent coppers gives us life.
3. Selling Sunset
Hear us out. There's always room for TV about nothing, and Selling Sunset offers that in spades. Beautiful people, beautiful houses and beautiful vistas; it's reality TV that is comfortingly formulaic and pretty - and hey, there's no shame in that.
4. Dead To Me
If you loved the sweet-on-the-outside, dark-on-the-inside vibe of Desperate Housewives back in the day, Dead To Me will be right up your street - not to mention you get to see Christina Applegate serving serious shade at basically everyone, and James Marsden jumping on a trampoline. Is that not enough?
5. Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes
Serial killer shows don't come more fascinating than this, where you hear one of the most notorious figures among them being interviewed. If you're planning a trip to see Zac Efron play Ted Bundy in the new film, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile any time soon, we recommend you watch this first.
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