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Billions – Season 3 (12 episodes, starts streaming from March 29 exclusively on NOW TV, Drama/Thriller/Romance)
GREED isn't merely good, it's great in the gripping legal drama loosely based on real-life financial skulduggery, which orchestrates a high-stakes game of cat and mouse among the gleaming skyscrapers of New York City.
When we left the Wall Street back-stabbing, tenacious US attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) was poised to bring down hedge fund king Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis) and finally expose his litany of grubby backroom deals.
Meanwhile, Bobby's wife Lara (Malin Akerman) was standing by her children, not her man.
The balance of power shifts back and forth in the third series, which introduces Russian billionaire Grigor Andolov (John Malkovich), who knows how to abuse the system for personal gain.
Chuck's ambitious wife Wendy (Maggie Siff) – the performance coach at Axelrod's firm – will finally have to pledge allegiance to one man as chickens come home to roost.
Love or dishonour: a tantalising choice.
Santa Clarita Diet – Season 2 (10 episodes, streaming and available to download from March 23 exclusively on Netflix, Comedy/Horror/Romance)
The family that slays together – then fastidiously disposes of incriminating evidence – stays together in a delicious second helping of the lip-smacking comedy horror created by Victor Fresco.
Drew Barrymore sinks her teeth back into the role of a real estate agent with a taste for human flesh opposite Timothy Olyphant as her devoted husband, who struggles to keep his wife's carnivorous desires at bay.
The ghoulish suburban nightmare continues for Joel Hammond and wife Sheila in the Los Angeles suburb of Santa Clarita as they hunt for a cure to the virus with the help of teenage daughter Abby (Liv Hewson) and neighbour Eric (Skyler Gisondo).
The second series introduces fellow estate agent Chris (Joel McHale), who tormented Joel on the high school football field, and his wife Christa (Maggie Lawson).
Can the Hammonds keep secret Sheila's condition or will she feast uncontrollably on their professional rivals? There will be blood.
In The Long Run (6 episodes, starts streaming from March 29 exclusively on NOW TV, Comedy/Drama/Romance)
Golden Globe-winning actor Idris Elba plunders sweet memories of his wonder years in 1980s Hackney for this six-part Sky One comedy, which steps back in time to the decade of shell suits and the dawning of microwave convenience.
Walter Easmon (Idris Elba) and wife Agnes (Madeline Appiah) are immigrants from Sierra Leone, who have spent 13 years putting down roots on an east London housing estate with their young son Kobna (Sammy Kamara).
While the man of the house works in a factory with best mate Bagpipes (Bill Bailey), Kobna dreams of dinosaurs and record decks with pal Dean (Mattie Boys).
Cultures clash when Walter's fun-loving brother Valentine (Jimmy Akingbola) arrives from the motherland and becomes the human equivalent of a wrecking ball to the family's day-to-day routine.
Blood may be thicker than water but it is spilt just as easily.