Whether or not you've read the book, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart is a compelling, beautiful and horrifying watch. The first three episodes arrived to get audiences hooked before moving to a week by week drop, and the mystery is so strong you'll be desperate for those next episodes. The Aussie series follows Alice, a young girl who is taken in by her estranged grandmother June (Sigourney Weaver who, try as she might, cannot deliver an Australian accent) after a family tragedy. June lives on a remote and isolated flower farm called Thornfield, a refuge for women who are escaping domestic abuse. The cinematography in this series is sumptuous and really celebrates the Australian landscape. Native flora have never been so beautifully rendered. The Harts are a family who speak with flowers, who know what each different bloom symbolises - it's fascinating to see how this is rendered in a visual environment. Weaver, despite her accent shortfalls, is quite the commanding force as the strong and quite mysterious June. She is balanced by Leah Purcell's soft and lovely Twig - the kind of character you want to give you a hug and a cup of tea. Young actress Alyla Brown is remarkable as Alice, and for much of the first three episodes has to express everything without words. Asher Keddie and Alexander England are also are force as couple Sally and John Morgan. It is joyful to see then reunited after Offspring. The mystery in this series unfolds slowly, so if you're not the type who enjoys a slow-burn kind of tale, it might not be for you. Viewers should also be mindful that the series goes deeply into domestic and family abuse, and there are scenes and themes that may be traumatic or triggering for people who have experienced abuse in their own lives. Did you ever wonder what The Hangover would be like if it were about 14-year-old girls instead of 30-something dudes at a bachelor party? No? Well the folks over at Disney did, and, surprisingly, this very family friendly comedy is not too bad a watch for the kids. The film takes place in the aftermath of Anna Maria's 14th birthday sleepover - she and her two best friends Megan (Darby Camp from The Christmas Chronicles) and Paige, as well as her soon-to-be stepsister Veronica, are hypnotised, and can't remember anything about the previous night until the 'hypnotist' (who is really just a struggling actor) gives them a trigger word. Now Anna Maria is missing, there's a family of ducklings in the bathtub and they've got to find a giant hedgehog float. Emmy Liu-Wang is a stand-out as Paige. Part two of season two dropped last week and fans will be thrilled to see the case wrapped up. The intrigue remains high and all actors continue to deliver entertaining and dedicated performances - with leading man Manuel Garcia-Rulfo leading the charge, of course. Given the popularity of the show on the streamer - finding itself in the top half of the top 10 frequently after release - it should be renewed for a third season, but even if it's not, viewers will still be satisfied with the ending. Though there are some new questions that remain unanswered.