There are some great TV shows and movies available this week which you should put on your watchlist.

Here are the picks of the bunch, gathered from across multiple streaming and TV platforms, including BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Sky, Now TV and Amazon Prime Video. Some are part of paid subscriptions, some are available to purchase or rent, and some are free.

There's essentially something for everyone.

So, here are the top shows and films available over the next seven days to give yourself some prime entertainment thrills.

His Dark Materials

  • Where: BBC One (BBC iPlayer)
  • When: Broadcast on 10 November

If you didn't manage to catch the debut episode of His Dark Materials last week, there's still plenty of time to catch up on BBC iPlayer (or HBO in the States) before the next hits on Sunday. The adaptation of Philip Pullman's fantasy book trilogy stars James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson and Dafne Keen as the lead character, Lyra. And, it is already garnering great critical response.

The Man in the High Castle

  • Where: Amazon Prime Video
  • When: Available from 15 November

The fourth and final season of The Man in the High Castle hits Amazon Prime this week. We will finally get a conclusion to the alternative reality tale based on Philip K Dick's novel.

Britannia

  • Where: Sky Atlantic and Now TV
  • When: Broadcast on 14 November

Another show that started last week but well worth catching up with is season two of Sky's Britannia. Also available through Amazon Prime Video outside of the UK, it continues the story of the Roman conquest of Britain in AD 43.

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England Grand

  • Where: ITV (ITV Hub)
  • When: Broadcast on 12 November

This 90-minute documentary explores the 147-year history of the England football team on the build up to their 1,000th match. Manager Gareth Southgate and stars past and present appear, including Harry Kane and Ian Wright, to recount stories and anecdotes.

Little Monsters

  • Where: Sky Cinema and Now TV
  • When: Broadcasts on 20 October

Hitting Sky at the same time as the film arrives in cinemas, Little Monsters is a zomcom (zombie comedy) directed by Abe Forsythe (Down Under). A teacher, musician and kid's TV host team up to protect a school outing from the undead.

And one for the kids...

The Nutcracker & The Four Realms

  • Where: Sky Cinema and Now TV
  • When: Available now

Disney's big screen retelling of The Nutcracker finally hits Sky Cinema, in time for the Christmas run-in. It's magical, great looking and a fine family film for a weekend viewing.

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