Mike White’s collection is a high-quality addition to the mini-genre of displays about depressing rich People in america. It turns a higher-conclude resort in Hawaii into a vision of hell as the Mossbacher family members discover a assortment of fresh new and ingenious methods of torturing every single other and all people all around them. An unsparing examination of privilege, wealth and existential despair.
Monday 16 August, 9pm, Sky Atlantic
A welcome next run for Liam Williams’s darkish coming-of-age comedy. As we rejoin current-working day Liam, he is heartbroken and appears to be for explanations for his angst in the events of his adolescence. A great exploration of neurosis and regret but funnier than that seems.
Sunday 15 August, BBC Three Monday 16 August, 10.35pm, BBC One
A new drama based on a Radio 4 drama about a detective heading up a professional Marine Homicide Device. The constantly excellent Nicola Walker stars as DI Annika Strandhed, an enigmatic but intuitive cop with the now-regular demanding private daily life. Walker’s weary charisma is as powerful as ever.
Tuesday 17 August, 9pm, Alibi
The dark facet of the wellness business is dramatised in this collection starring a spooky Nicole Kidman as Masha, the director of Tranquillum Household, a therapeutic retreat for troubled souls. Masha’s new batch of shoppers look a notably volatile bunch – but Masha’s intentions are questionable, way too. Is their trauma portion of her grand strategy?
Friday 20 August, Amazon Primary Video clip
Wrestling and sibling rivalry in this new deep south drama starring Stephen Amell as Jack Spade, a male striving to continue to keep a assortment of struggling shows on the highway. The tragedy and comedy of professional wrestling are mined expertly as Jack’s troubled brother threatens to derail the whole enterprise.
Sunday 15 August, Starzplay
Sandra Oh is her usual flustered but resourceful self in this Netflix comedy-drama. Oh is Ji-Yoon Kim, the new chair of the English office at an American university. She’s the first girl to keep the part and her private daily life is to some degree eventful. What could quite possibly go erroneous?
Friday 20 August, Netflix
Ex-Workforce GB Paralympic swimmer Dan Pepper presents this series investigating the article-2000 ban on mental impairment sporting activities at the Paralympics – a shift that he says ruined his vocation, given that he has a finding out disability. He speaks to the Spanish basketball workforce who prompted the reassessment of the regulations right after successful gold at the Sydney games in 2000.
Weekly, BBC Seems
Mercury audio prize-nominated singer Charli XCX welcomes a treasure trove of movie star buddies on to her very first podcast sequence, quizzing them about what can make the best track for particular times in their life. There is chat of separation tracks and party-starters with the likes of Beabadobee, Mark Ronson and Caroline Polachek.
Weekly, BBC Sounds
The Guardian’s staff of well being reporters Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin and Nicola Davis acquire us by way of the hottest scientific developments in this incisive sequence. Covering Covid and further than, the latest highlights have provided discussions on the repercussions of the billionaire house race and arguments bordering testosterone in women’s athletics.
Weekly, The Guardian
This interesting podcast experiment takes a 6-aspect scripted sci-fi series made by Martin Zaltz Austwick and Jeff Emtman and then codes in delicate variances that make for special listening ordeals based on the days that you might down load just about every episode. It is what the creators are contacting “generative podcasting”.
Weekly, widely offered
Tunes journalist Christina Lee and hip-hop scholar Dr Regina N Bradley host this entertaining deep dive into southern hip-hop. Created for “all the ratchet intellectuals of the world”, just about every episode draws out an factor of the regional genre’s impact, from pioneers OutKast to its sonic fingerprints on the recent Tyler, the Creator album.
Weekly, commonly obtainable
(12A) (Dominic Cooke) 112 mins in cinemas
A intriguing true tale of plucky British derring-do would make for an significantly involving espionage thriller. Benedict Cumberbatch gives nuance to the determine of Greville Wynne, a businessman drawn in 1960 into the perilous position of passing messages from a prime Soviet common (Merab Ninidze) in Moscow to MI6, as the Cuban missile disaster looms.
(12A) (Shawn Levy) 115 mins, in cinemas
Ryan Reynolds is a genial presence in this thoroughly fulfilling comedy thriller. He is Guy, a minor character in a GTA-fashion video clip video game – in essence cannon fodder – who develops self-consciousness when he falls for Jodie Comer’s IRL player, a programmer seeking to establish her code was stolen.
(15) (Andrew Levitas) 115 minutes, in cinemas
The wonderful US information photographer W Eugene Smith discovered new reason late in daily life when he documented the devastating effects on a Japanese village of industrial air pollution. Johnny Depp underplays him nicely in this biopic, whilst there is a bitter sting in the tail.
(15) (Maria Schrader) 108 minutes, in cinemas
Maren Eggert stars as a single educational who agrees to test out a humanoid robot (our possess Dan Stevens) created to be her perfect partner. An participating German drama that gently probes inquiries of what it is to be human and how you determine adore.
(15) (Jack Clough) 97 minutes, in cinemas, out Wednesday 18 August
The Brentford enormous off the BBC go a little bit larger in this mockumentary, although the degrees of bathos are the identical. Kurupt FM’s inept pirate radio crew explore a single of their tracks has been employed in a Japanese gameshow, so fly east to break a new marketplace for British isles garage.