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Watching television used to be simple. You turn on the TV, sit back, and watch one of a handful of channels at a time.

Now there are 100s of channels and new streaming services popping up every day — all with complicated pricing packages to navigate. We have cable. Satellite. Streaming. TVs, phones, tablets and computers. And then there's the matter of actually finding something good to watch. And where and how to watch it.

We're here to help you with all of that. We'll help you know the best way to watch what you want to watch. We'll help you find the streaming service that's right for you. And, most importantly, we'll help you sort through the latest shows and movies, because time is precious. And we're going to have fun doing it.

So dive in head-first. We've got news, spoilers, reviews and recaps. And there's so much more in store.

What To Watch: Buying Guides Policy

Our buying guides and reviews are tried and tested by people who are experts in their field and curated by our editorial team, based on what we think you want to know, to help you make an informed choice.

We include shopping links in our articles and, as a company (Future Plc), we may receive a small commission from retailers when you buy products from them via these links. We always aim to offer a range of retailers and products and our selections are always driven by editorial—our buying guides and reviews are completely independent — we never take money for reviews.

Separate to our editorial content and process, we do run advertorial feature content which is clearly marked and tagged as ‘sponsored’.

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