If you're stuck at home thanks to massive amounts of snow, there's no better time to settle in with some popcorn and binge watch one of these TV series you might have missed:
Paul Bettany plays Detective Chief Inspector Esmond Garrodsbury in this BBC crime drama. Season 1 follows Garrodsbury as he solves London's most violent and baffling murders using a unique power: telepathy that is only triggered when he eats toast. (The scene in which a desperate Garrodsbury is trapped in a kiosk that only has crackers is truly one of the most moving moments in the history of the genre.)
EXPOSED: SECRETS OF A DOGSECUTOR
In this eighteen part documentary, the filmmakers interview convicted felons, defense attorneys, jurors, judges, and city officials from one small Missouri town. What do they have in common? For nearly two decades, none of them realized a horrifying truth: the district attorney was actually a dog.
LA VOITURE PLUS SOLITAIRE
You've seen Knight Rider, but did you know it was actually a remake of a French television show from the late 70s about a scientist who inadvertently has his soul trapped inside a sports car and drives through the Bardenas Reales contemplating the meaningless of existence.
VICE: PEOPLE ON FIRE
The award-winning series sends Jeff Tweedy around the world with a camera crew and the fearlessness to ask "is anyone here on fire?"
TED DANSON IS DATING YOUR MOTHER!
A mashup of hidden camera footage, game show, and scripted comedy, this daring and hilarious series ran for six seasons despite consistently low ratings because, man, it was weird that Ted Danson kept dating everyone's mother.