If you're looking for a way to spend your weekend with some first-rate at-home entertainment, these astonishing mini-series are right what you need.
1. A Young Doctor's Notebook
A British film adaptation of Mikhail Bulgakov's autobiographical stories with Harry Potter himself as the leading actor. We mean, with Daniel Radcliffe as the leading actor. This is a series with a vibe that you can't help falling in love with.
This series is about young people who are trying to conquer Hollywood in the 40s. The series is rich with the authentic atmosphere of that time. This is not a true Hollywood story. This is its best version.
The best mini-series in recent years, or perhaps even of all time. The scriptwriters, director, and production designers' work is so precious that it's hard to believe that this was filmed by the British nowadays, and not in 1986.
4. The Night Of
After a party, a guy wakes up next to the corpse of the girl he spent the night with, with the murder weapon in his hands. Being an incredibly compelling drama, The Night Of is also one of the best detectives of recent times. You might want to examine each frame as carefully as possible and try to find the evidence yourself.
This series is based on a 1960s novel about an Air Force pilot who tries to avoid participating in hostilities at all costs. Catch-22 is a funny and, at the same time, sad anti-war comedy about the meaninglessness and ugliness of war.