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What to watch next? Here’s the best of Entertainment on NOW in 2022!

It’s that time of year again where the days are getting shorter, the Christmas lights in town are going up and we’re getting ready to say goodbye to 2022 and reflect on the past year. Throughout this year, NOW has been there for every up and down, providing the best in entertainment that got us laughing, crying and sharing theories amongst friends. We’re here to remind you of the most popular content from the year to enjoy this winter as you snuggle up on the sofa.

From sci-fi dramas and true crime to comedy or period drama; there’s something for everyone on NOW with the likes of The Midwich Cuckoos, The Staircase and The Gilded Age, and this year also saw the return of many award-winning and nominated series, including Euphoria, where we routed for Rue on her sobriety journey, caught up with the criminal antics from the gang with Brassic, and had more twists and turns than ever before with the return of The White Lotus.

We also welcomed some new arrivals, including the hotly-anticipated House of the Dragon, a prequel to the legendary Game of Thrones. We began the journey with The Lazarus Project, a gripping drama that will keep you on the edge of your seat and Irma Vep, based on a cult classic with tons of adventure.

If that isn’t enough, there is plenty more to choose from; you can stream all this and more with a NOW Entertainment Membership for £9.99 a month – see below for a further guide!

Euphoria S2

Amidst the intertwining lives in East
Highland, Euphoria centres on 17-
year-old Rue (Zendaya) as she
struggles to find hope while
balancing the pressures of love, loss,
and addiction.

House of the Dragon

Based on George R.R. Martin’s
Fire & Blood, the series set 200
years before the events of Game
of Thrones, tells the story of
House Targaryen

The Flight Attendant S2

Cassie Bowden is living her best sober life in Los Angeles while moonlighting as a CIA asset in her spare time. But when an overseas assignment leads her to inadvertently witness a murder, she becomes entangled in another international intrigue

Gangs of London S2

Since the Wallace Dumani empire
collapsed, the order has been
lacking, and the chaos of a gold rush
threatens the city with gangland
anarchy.

Bloods S2

Samson Kayo and Jane Horrocks
star as a pair of mismatched
paramedics thrown together on the
streets of London. Will their
partnership be dead on arrival?
BAFTA-nominated Sky Original
comedy.

The Lazarus Project

George wakes up with everything he wished for – but all is not as it seems. As George grapples with his guilt, he begins to confront some unpleasant
truths. George’s impulsiveness once again results in disastrous consequences and a shocking revelation threatens to destroy his life.

The Gilded Age

After moving to New York to live
with her aunts, Marian is exposed to
a world on the brink of the modern
age. Will she follow society’s
established rules, or forge her own
path? A period drama with Cynthia
Nixon and Christine Baranski.

The Rising

When a young woman wakes up to
discover that she’s been murdered,
she uses her new supernatural
powers to find her killer from beyond
the grave. Supernatural crime thriller
based on Hotel Beau Sejour.

We Own This City

Discover the true story of Baltimore’s infamous Gun Trace Task Force. Limited series from the
creators of The Wire and The Deuce starring Jon Bernthal, Wunmi Mosaku and Jamie Hector

Irma Vep

Based on the cult classic, follow Alist Hollywood movie star Mira Harberg as she arrives in Paris to
immerse herself in an iconic role. Oscar-winning actor Alicia Vikander stars!

Winning Time

Discover the story of one of basketball’s most revered and dominant dynasties – the Los Angeles Lakers of the 1980s – and how the team defined an era. Drama
series starring John C Reilly

The Fear Index

Based on the best-selling novel by
Robert Harris, Sky Original psychological thriller The Fear Index stars Josh Hartnett as a tech genius
facing the worst 24 hours of his life.

You can stream all this and more with a NOW Entertainment Membership for £9.99 a month

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