The best new TV to stream next week – from The Kardashians to Andor | The Sun
17th September 2022

STRUGGLING for things to watch on Netflix and co? Well, look no further. The Sun has got you covered with the best new TV shows coming to your screens.

From another drama-filled series of The Kardashians, to Ru Paul's Drag Race UK, there's no shortage of shows to binge-watch until your heart's content.

The Kardashians (Disney+)

While we’ve seen the past few months of their lives unfold in the headlines and on social media, it's time to find out what’s really been going on.

Love is still in the air as Kourtney and Travis – aka Kravis – continue to pack on the PDA as they prepare for their lavish Italian wedding.

And there’s a baby boom in the Kardashian clan as Kylie welcomes her second child, while Khloé prepares for the birth of her second baby with ex-Tristan via surrogate.

Reality TV doesn’t get much better than this.

Available to watch from Thursday, 22 September.

Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK (BBC3)

Such is Drag Race’s all-conquering and ever-expanding success, it can seem that at any given moment there’s about five different incarnations of the show taking place.

But, without doubt, this is the one we’ve all been waiting for: season four of Drag Race UK.

Yes, Ru’s back and she’s brought with her a truly spectacular new batch of UK queens, all primed and ready to battle it out across a series of tough but highly entertaining challenges.

As ever, joining RuPaul as judges are Michelle Visage, Alan Carr and Graham Norton, and there’s a glittering explosion of guest judges to get excited about, too.

Buckle up, it’s going to be a wild ride.

Available to watch from Thursday, 22 September.

Geordie Shore Reunion (MTV)

The new series of Geordie Shore is here and, excitingly, it’s a throwback special, which sees original cast members Charlotte Crosby, Holly Hagan and more.

Of course, with so much history between all the various members of the gang, it’s guaranteed to be explosive and crammed with dramatic confrontations.

So who else is up for getting totally mortal?

Available to watch from Thursday, 22 September.

Academy Dreams: Leeds United (Amazon Prime)

The one and only Vinnie Jones narrates this six-part fly on the wall look at life behind the scenes at Leeds United’s youth academy during the 2021-22 season.

Spending time with the young players at Leeds’ Thorp Arch academy, as they put everything on the line to make their mark during a dramatic season marred by injuries to the first team.

The series also focuses on graduates who made the big time, such as former Leeds star Kalvin Phillips and Joe Gelhardt.

Available to watch from Friday, 23 September.

Johnny vs Amber: The US Trial (Discovery+)

Remember earlier this year when your life was wall-to-wall coverage of the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation case?

Yes, four months ago, you couldn’t turn on a TV, flick on a radio, or open a newspaper without being bombarded with the latest lurid revelations from the trial between the warring exes.

But if, for some reason, you feel like you’ve still not consumed enough Depp vs Heard drama, this new two-part documentary series goes back over the trial, looking at it from each side in turn.

Available to watch from Monday, 19 September.

Thai Cave Rescue (Netflix)

The 2018 rescue of a team of young footballers and their coach from a flooded cave in Thailand is one of those stories.

Following on from last year’s gripping documentary The Rescue, here comes a six-part drama based on the events that unfolded in the Tham Luang caves.

Filmed in Thailand – sometimes in the real homes of the boys – and starring the late Papangkorn Lerkchaleampote as Coach Eak, it’s truly riveting stuff.

Available to watch from Thursday, 22 September.

Andor (Disney+)

Ask fanatics which of the recent Star Wars films is their favourite and many will say 2016’s Rogue One.

Set just before the events of the original 1977 film and tells the story of a group of rebels on a highly dangerous mission to steal vital plans to the Death Star.

It was a dark and dramatic triumph and starred, among others, Diego Luna as rebel captain Cassian Andor – a maverick, conflicted and charismatic freedom fighter.

The success of Rogue One proved there was plenty more mileage in the character of Cassian, so Disney have wisely seen fit to give him his own series.

So, while the recent Star Wars TV spin-offs have been rather hit-and-miss, the force is definitely strong with Andor.

Available to watch from Wednesday, 21 September.

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Cobra Kai (Netflix)

The brilliant new season delivers a blizzard of drama and well-aimed roundhouse kicks as Daniel and Johnny face up to more personal and professional challenges.

Can they, with the help of – spoiler alert – Chozen Toguchi, defeat Terry Silver?

The Rehearsal (Sky & NOW)

Ever felt it would be handy to rehearse a difficult meeting or conversation?

In this comedy docuseries, comedian Nathan Fielder helps people practise tricky moments, using meticulously detailed sets and scenarios.

It can be uncomfortable but it’s unlike anything else on TV.

Narco-Saints (Netflix)

Not to be confused with the Pablo Escobar-flavoured series, this action-packed Korean crime thriller follows ordinary businessman Kang In-gu.

He's forced to take part in a secret service operation to catch a Korean drug boss working in Suriname.

Fate: The Winx Saga (Netflix)

It’s back to magical boarding school Alfea for a second series, with fairy Bloom and her friends taking on a terrifying new enemy, responsible for the night-time disappearances of several fairies.

Fantastical teen drama also starring Miranda Richardson.

Yellowstone (Paramount+)

The ongoing saga of the Dutton family has hit its stride in the fourth season, with Kevin Costner’s patriarch John overcoming an assassination attempt and throwing his hat in the ring to be Governor of Montana.

It’s easy to see why it’s the biggest show in the US right now.

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