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You've Been Trumped Too (Amazon Prime, from Tue)

In 2011, Brit filmmaker Anthony Baxter documented the construction of a luxury golf course on a beach in Aberdeenshire by Donald Trump's company. Many drew comparisons with Local Hero, and when the BBC screened You've Been Trumped in 2012, the tycoon's lawyers kicked off. This heavily delayed sequel also incurred the wrath of the POTUS. It explores the confrontation between Mr Trump and Molly Forbes – a 96-year-old Scottish widow who the billionaire says reminds him of his own Scottish mother. Baxter was imprisoned when he first discovered the water supply to Molly and her family had been cut off by Trump's workers while constructing the aforementioned golf resort. The charges were thrown out and the police forced to issue an apology. However, in You've Been Trumped Too, Baxter is stunned to discover Molly and her son Michael is still without a reliable water supply five years on.

The One and Only Ivan (Disney+, from Fri)

Ivan, a 400-pound silverback gorilla, shares a communal habitat in a suburban shopping mall with Stella the elephant, Bob the dog, and assorted other animals. Though he has few memories of the jungle where he was captured, the arrival of a baby elephant named Ruby touches something deep within him. She has been recently separated from her family in the wild, which causes Ivan to question his life, where he comes from and where he ultimately wants to be. With a mix of live-action and CGI, this offering inspired by Katherine Applegate's bestselling book (itself based on a true story) features an all-star cast (in one form or another), including Sam Rockwell as the eponymous hero; Angelina Jolie (also one of the producers); Danny DeVito; Helen Mirren; Chaka Khan and Bryan Cranston.

DC's Stargirl (Amazon Prime, from Fri)

Some of DC's big-screen offerings may be hit and miss, but they have really dominated the TV in recent years. While the likes of Batwoman, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Lucifer, The Flash and Arrow have all made for great escapism, was anyone desperate for Stargirl? Possibly not, but it's often the lesser known superheroes who make for great drama. Inspired by a comic book character who debuted in 1999, this one centres on high school student Courtney Whitmore as she inspires a group of youngsters to take up the legacy of a long lost superhero team - The Justice Society of America - and stop villains of the past. The cast includes Brec Bassinger as the eponymous heroine, along with Luke Wilson (Zombieland: Double Tap), Amy Smart (Justified) and Yvette Monreal (Rambo: Last Blood).

Lucifer s5 (Netflix, from Fri)

Faustian TV sagas can be hit and miss affairs, but this one has gone from strength to strength. Following the first few series, in which the eponymous fallen angel helped LA detective Chloe Decker solve crimes while dealing with assorted family issues, the last series took a very dark turn. Now, in the first part of season five, Lucifer's twin brother Michael secretly takes the devil's place on Earth while he's back in Hell. Eventually, our (anti) hero must return and face the mess his sibling made with his life. And yes, he will also confront his feelings for Chloe. Tom Ellis, light years away from his role in Miranda, steals the show as usual, while Lauren German offers able support as the long suffering Decker. Fans may note a sixth and final season is now in the pipeline, though as is often the case with Lucifer, it may be resurrected after that 'last' episode.

Chemical Hearts (Amazon Prime, from Fri)

Based on the namesake novel by Krystal Sutherland, Austin Abrams and Lili Reinhart star in this engaging new drama. It centres on teenage student Henry Page, a hopeless romantic who has never fallen in love. Henry wants to be editor of the high school newspaper and lives happily focused on his studies to enter a good university. But then the wonderfully named Grace Town enters his class. Though not the girl of his dreams, he falls in love when the two teenagers are chosen to edit the institute newspaper. Fans of cult British kids drama Press Gang may spot comparisons, despite the fact cast and crew of this project probably never saw an episode. If Austin Abrams looks familiar, that's because he's been in later season of The Walking Dead, while Ms Reinhart is also a face to watch in the future, having wowed the masses in TV series Riverdale.