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TV CRITIC'S CORNER

Free trials give you access to TV’s best

A number of services are extending free trials, hoping to seduce new subscribers at a time when everyone is watching TV because of the coronavirus.

TV CRITIC'S CORNER

Falling for Netflix’s ‘Feel Good’

It’s Canadian comic Mae Martin’s semi-autobiographical story of her relationship with a British woman who, until their romance, considered herself straight.

COMFORT ZONE

Daily Distraction: Realism reigns in Netflix’s gritty ‘Gomorrah’

As the drug-trafficking clans battle over “dealing spots’’ and broader political dominance, the suspense seldom lets up.

This week’s TV: Movies rushed to home video, the return of ‘Ozark,’ more binges

Globe critic Matthew Gilbert navigates the week in television.

TELEVISION

‘Stolen Kids’ story is coming to Amazon

The limited series will be directed by Reed Morano of “The Rhythm Section.”

TELEVISION

What to watch if you like ‘The Crown,’ ‘Victoria,’ and ‘American Housewife’

Our TV critic has plenty of ideas for a hunkered-down reader and his wife.

MOVIES

The duo behind ‘Blow the Man Down’ didn’t need a map to find New England

Beverly native Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy set their crime story in a small fishing town where the matriarchs aren’t what they seem.

How could TV networks fill the virus void? Here are four ideas

Deploying old episodes in new ways might be the jolt primetime needs to fill a television season cut short by a pandemic.