Enjoyed GRAYSON'S ART CLUB as expected. Boy George was a guest, and good fun. I especially liked one of the pieces they showed, of two floating Phil Mitchell heads ( backed by rainbows) , one of them shouting 'He's family!' ...Kevin the cat, of course, is a major star.
I also watched A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD, which was pretty odd. Although I come from the US, I was too old to watch 'Mr Rogers', a generally admired kids' show that taught self-esteem, kindness, and all that. I don't care for Tom Hanks, but acknowledge that he's a very capable actor, and caught Mr Roger's creepily gentle voice quite well. The story was a fictionalised memoir by a formerly cynical journalist whose heart was melted by encounters with the saintly Mr R. I don't know, it was just so weird...
Chum H recommended a thriller series I'd overlooked, BEHIND HER EYES, which is quite bingeworthy, actually. Haven't finished it yet, but I'm very intrigued.