What you can watch today on TV, Netflix, Disney+ and Apple TV+: Six Nations Showdown and Keira Knightley’s Boston Strangler

Here are our top choices for TV and streaming today.

Paris police in 1905

BBC4, 9pm

As Antoine Jouin continues his murder investigation, he and Fiersi team up to break into the Château de Bagatelle, where a trap is set for Guichard. And Commissioner Lepine decides to confront Fondari.

Guinness Six Nations

Virgin Media One, 2 p.m

The Six Nations reach their climax today with Scotland versus Italy and France versus Wales. But the highlight of this afternoon is Ireland’s clash with England at the Aviva Stadium, with the home side battling for a Grand Slam. Kick-off at 5 p.m.


BBC1, 8.50pm

David and Marty make a difficult decision, Faith makes a terrifying discovery, and Charlie begins to question his loyalty when Robyn is rushed to the ER after a car accident just as the department is stretched to the limit.

The rewrite

Tonight, TG4, 9:30 p.m

Charming comedy starring Hugh Grant as an unemployed Hollywood screenwriter who takes a job at a small university that he hopes will lighten his workload. But everything changes when he falls in love with a mature student pursuing an English degree.


Tonight BBC1 11.50pm

In the competent sequel from David Gordon Green, the town of Haddonfield tries to put the horrors of the past behind them when a prison bus crashes and frees Michael Myers. Starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer.

Sky High: The Series

Netflix, stream now

video of the day

In order to remain independent from her father (one of the biggest thieves in Madrid), a newly widowed single mother joins her recently killed husband’s gang of thieves. What could go wrong?

monster factory

Apple TV+, stream now

When they say “Monster Factory,” they don’t mean’s hugely popular web series. In this case, the term refers to “wannabe WWE fodder.” Join Danny Cage (the man behind Sheamus) as he puts the next generation of sports entertainment – namely Bobby Buffet, Goldy, Twitch and Gabby Ortiz – through its paces.


Netflix, stream now

Moving back into the family home is difficult enough, especially after the birth of a newborn. So think of this young Dutch couple as they delve into a world of abstract and existential pain beyond the usual realm of new parenthood. With Jesse Mensah.

Boston strangler

Disney+, stream now

Kiera Knightly offers up her “Bahstahn Cheowderr” accent to channel Loretta McLaughlin, the first journalist to connect the Boston Strangler murders — though her editor dismissed her interest in the case (it was the early 1960s and she was a woman).


Apple TV+, stream now

From the writers of Contagion (so it’s bound to be an upbeat number) we have an all-star cast that portrays how awful and easy our future could be thanks to the acting skills of Meryl Streep, Tobey Maguire, Edward Norton and Kit Harrington , Sienna Miller and Keri Russell.

In his shadow

Netflix, stream now

There is a plethora of foreign language dramas being released lately. The third of our featured subtitled offerings revolves around a French family who must confront a menacing patriarchal force (a seemingly charismatic half-brother) after the death of their father.

dance 100

Netflix, stream now

It’s almost as if an American production company saw South Korea’s Physical: 100 and said, “Hey, let’s do this, but for the choreography!” Contestants will showcase 100 of the world’s top dancers and must choreograph, teach and perform next-level group performances that will delight the judges, who are their own dancers, after all…


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