Yeah, we know it's Christmas Day and that there's loads on the telly. There's the Doctor Who Christmas special, Downton Abbey finale and, of course, you can't miss the Queen's Speech. But what are you going to watch on the weekend to follow while you languish in a turkey stupor? What delights are available that mean you don't have to watch Santa Paws 2... again?
That's when you should turn to streaming devices, such as the Roku set-top-boxes or Streaming Stick. There's plenty to view on multiple online channels and apps. That way, your Boxing Day and beyond can be filled with the shows you want to watch, not those hoiked on you by terrestrial TV stations.
And as usual, we've got five suggestions, all of which are available or will soon be on subscription, paid or even free streaming services. They are all top drawer and you can watch them when you want. You can't get better than that.
Men in Black 3
The third in the Men in Black series might have been the least successful in the cinema, but it is well worth a watch from the comfort of your own home - especially now that it's arrived on Netflix.
Will Smith returns as Agent J, who travels back in time to 1969 to prevent an alien assassinating a younger version of partner and friend Agent K - this time played by Josh Brolin. Great Boxing Day stuff.
An Amazon Studios original series, Red Oaks stars Submarine's Craig Roberts as young tennis coach David, who works at the Red Oaks Country Club during a summer break.
It is set in the 1980s, so has a great style to it, and is a comedy drama with great pacing and witty gags. Dirty Dancing's Jennifer Grey plays David's mother, if you're looking to star spot.
Hitman: Agent 47
(Sky Store, Sainsbury's Entertainment on Demand, Google Play, Amazon Video)
The second big screen outing for Square Enix's games star, Agent 47, is now available to purchase or rent across a host of streaming services.
It features Rupert Friend as the lead character, who also played an assassin in Homeland, and, like the first Hitman movie, delves into the secret past of the barcoded, almost silent stealthy murderer.
Fungus the Bogeyman
Sky One will be showing the first part of its Christmas comedy drama on Sunday, 27 December at 6pm so you can watch it live on NOW TV if you have an Entertainment Pass. Even if you miss it, it will then be available to view on demand on the platform thereafter.
It stars Timothy Spall as author Raymond Brigg's other famous character - after the Snowman and Father Christmas. Expect plenty of laughs and bottom jokes, which kids young and old will giggle to furiously.
One of the BBC's best kept secrets, Limmy's Show finally gets an opportunity to appeal to a wider audience thanks to series one appearing on Netflix.
Previously only shown in Scotland, you might take a few minutes to start to understand comedian Brian Limond's accent. However, it is time well spent and we have no doubt that you will soon love the anarchic, surreal sketch show as much as we do.
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