A cop (Erwin Shah Dawson) is magically transported to the 1970s, where he teams up with his young detective father (Raimi Safari) to solve crimes. This 20-part fantasy drama also stars Michelle Wong and Keagan Kang.
Watch it on: meWATCH, Wed
The Tomorrow War
More time-travelling, this, er time, with Chris Pratt as a combat vet-turned-science teacher recruited to battle aliens in the future. This sci-fi actioner was originally slated to open in cinemas before Amazon coughed up US$200 million (S$265 mil) for its streaming service. This doesn’t look like a movie you’d watch on a laptop/iPad (unless it has a 55-inch screen).
Watch it on: Amazon Prime Video, Fri
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The 8th Night
Korean supernatural thriller about exorcists racing against time — they have eight days! — to stop a demon aka ‘That Which Must Not Awaken’ from walking the earth. Stars Lee Sung-Min, Park Hae Joon and Nam Da-Reum.
Watch it on: Netflix, Fri
The Devi Judge
This 16-part series is set in a dystopian version of South Korea where courtroom trials are the latest reality TV craze. Ji Sung plays Kang Yo-Han, the ‘rock star’ judge notorious for dispensing harsh punishments. But he is hiding a deep dark secret, one a rookie judge (Park Jin-Young) and a cop (Park Gyu-Young) are determined to find out. New episodes every Sunday and Monday.
Watch it on: iQiYi & Viu, Sun
Rachel Khoo’s Chocolat!
Seven-part series where the British celeb chef delves into the world of chocolate, sharing recipes from her kitchen as well as fellow chocolatiers. Do not watch this before bedtime.
Watch it on: BBC Lifestyle, Fri, 7.30pm; BBC Player
This Netflix Swedish series tells the coming-of-age story of young Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding), who’s sent to a boarding school where he gets the chance to explore his true self and find out what kind of life he really wants, including the person he chooses to love.