When it comes to TV, there’s never been such a variety of platforms to watch your favourite shows on. From Netflix to Amazon Prime, there’s a never-ending supply of shows and films that are available at just the click of the button. So what shows should you be watching right now? Here are four shows to watch on your next free evening or weekend at home.

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The Disappearance Of Madeleine McCann

It’s a case that shocked the globe. The disappearance of a three, nearly four-year-old girl from a holiday vacation spot in Praia da Luz. Praia da Luz will, unfortunately, be forever known as the place where a UK child went missing, and it’s mysterious circumstances. The documentary is pretty much made up of information a lot of us would have heard about around the time it all happened, but it’s interesting because it presents quite a balanced argument for all possible theories. Many of the latest documentaries that have appeared on Netflix like Making A Murderer, is particularly one-sided, so for this one to be so balanced, it’s surprising that the McCann’s didn’t want to be involved.

The case is still unsolved, and with the additional £150,000 that’s recently been given to the fund, it seems like there’s still lines of enquiry that are being pursued. Let’s hope Madeleine gets found one day.

Sex Education

It’s not as raw and hard-hitting like Skins, a similar TV show, was. However, Sex Education is a hilarious and accurate account of how difficult it can be to navigate high school. From fitting into to clicks and finding your crowd, the show follows a socially awkward teenager, Otis. He’s a virgin but manages somehow to create an underground sex clinic, giving advice to other teenagers having problems of their own. It touches on other topics like sexuality and troubles within family life, and that’s probably why it’s currently so popular, it’s confirmed to have a second series!

Cheat

A series that’s currently on air is ITV’s Cheat is about a dangerous relationship between a tutor and a student that spirals out of control. It stars Katherine Kelly who has had a glittering career already on TV and is a pro when it comes to hard-hitting dramas. What was meant to be a simple open and close case of academic deception turns into two fiercely intelligent minds willing to do anything to prove the other wrong.

Good Omens

Featuring two legends in TV and Film, David Tennant and Michael Sheen play opposite each other in Good Omens. Playing a devil and angel, they must join forces to save the world from Armageddon. The first episode is due to come out on Amazon Prime on the 31st May, so keep it in your diaries for then.

There’s a fantastic variety of shows in all genres to suit even the fussiest of viewers. So set aside some time to spend some quality time with friends or family in front of the TV.