What's the story?

The nights are fair drawing in.

Top marks for observation. Get to the point.

We can now embark on guilt-free telly binges without having to worry about whether we should be outside cutting the grass, painting guttering and such like. It's dark, therefore we can stay indoors from 7pm onwards, with the curtains closed, watching TV.

Go on. Any tips?

I'm glad you asked. Keep an eye out for Guilt, a four-part BBC drama about two brothers whose lives are thrown into dark turmoil following a car accident on the way home from a wedding. Starring Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives, it will premiere on the BBC Scotland channel in the coming weeks.

Amazon Prime Video has Modern Love – a romantic comedy anthology based on a weekly column in the New York Times – available from October 18, with Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan (series two) arriving on November 1 and The Man In The High Castle (series four) on November 15.

Anything else?

Martin Scorsese's The Irishman, billed as an epic saga of organised crime in post-war America, has a star-studded cast led by Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. It opens in cinemas on November 8 and is available on Netflix from November 27.

Also, if you haven't seen Netflix's Unbelievable, Criminal or the second series of Mindhunter yet, add those to your list.

This sounds busy.

I'll see you on the other side.