Your essential guide to the best TV in the new SFX magazine - on sale now!

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Behold the new issue!

The new golden age of television is upon us - and here's where you get the essential lowdown on what's worth watching in a special Binge TV issue of SFX magazine! Plus: we bring you all the hottest SF news, features, and reviews. On sale now for just £4.99!

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New VR drama Kiss Me First, high-concept horror A Quiet Place (hush now, or they'll get you...), and Frank Oz sharing his Muppet memories as a new documentary celebrates the voices behind the icons. It's time to play the music, it's time to light the lights...

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Lost in Space

Danger! Danger! Will Robinson! Netflix is rebooting classic '60s show Lost in Space for the 21st Century and we're cast adrift on set. Join us as we meet the new Robinson family, discovering how to survive on the final frontier...

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Binge TV

Feel the need for more television in your life but don't know where to start? Relax. We've got this covered. Here's your never-more-essential, bite-sized guide to the best TV out there. Stream these words into your brain and binge away! Who needs a social life?

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The world's scariest theme park is open for business once more as Westworld returns to television. We speak to showrunner and chief architect of the carnage Jonathan Nolan and try to outdraw the mysteries of season 2...

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Avengers: Infinity War

It's the biggest, most secretive superhero movie of all time, the culmination of Marvel's 10-year plan for world domination... As Thanos descends upon the Earth we bring you all you need to know to prepare for Avengers: Infinity War!

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Ghost Stories

Bowel-loosening stage play Ghost Stories comes to the big screen. We summon the shades of Andy Nyman, Jeremy Dyson and Martin Freeman, who tell us all about the horrors that await. See that tunnel in the picture? Stay away from it. Seriously. Bad place. Bad.

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Tomb Raider and Ghost Stories at the cinema, Justice League and Jessica Jones season 2 on the small screen, Raymond E Feist's King of Ashes in books, and Milk Wars in comics. Part science, part sorcery, the SFX reviews section walks the earth, thirsting, eternally thirsting...

Want to see more? Check out this preview of our latest issue.

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