Who does not like a good mystery?
A season-long, winding story to puzzle over to reveal the shocking – what, was it that guy ?! Or better still, that self-satisfied sense of superiority that you have when you first invent it.
So switch on your armchair and get those little gray cells to work with this addictive mysterious TV program that you can now stream. I will even lend you my deerstalker.
AND THEN THERE ARE NO (iTunes)
Agatha Christie's classic story was renewed in 2015 as a three-part BBC mini-series that is really scary and more than a bit gothic, with the main role Game of Thrones & # 39; Charles Dance , Sam Neill, Aidan Turner and Australian actor Maeve Dermody.
Posted in 1939, eight foreigners are invited to a dinner on a remote island, but when they arrive, their hosts are not present. Not long after a recorded message accuses them of murder, one of them dies through poisoning. Not much, if any, will survive the night.
THE SINNER (Netflix)
For onlookers, Cora Tannetti (Jessica Biel) seems to be a normal mother – she is always a bit too hurried and her in-laws are too close. During a family trip to the beach, she turns around and cuts a pear for her son to stab a young doctor nearby.
Afterwards she has no memory of the event. She pleads guilty of second-degree murder, but the mysteries of her past, and what drove her to such action, proves to be intriguing for the police in the case.
THE FALL (Netflix)
While she had a brilliant career after The X-Files it was The Fall that made people realize that Gillian Anderson can embody a character as iconic as Dana Scully. Brilliant researcher Stella Gibson is seconded to Belfast on a 28-day evaluation of Alice Monroe's death investigation and pulled into a cat-and-mouse game with an apparently respectable family man with murky serial killers.