This cooking series shows you how to turn leftovers into fancy dishes

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  • Tuesday, 08 Dec 2020

Don't throw out your leftovers just yet! Tune into 'Best Leftovers Ever' and see how you can transform them into fancy dishes. Photo: Handout

The holiday season is just around the corner. Unwind from school or work with these five new TV shows:

Best Leftovers Ever!

So you got a little carried away with your food delivery order and quite literally, bit a lot more than you can chew. Fret not.

Get inspired with this new cooking competition, Best Leftovers Ever!, as home cooks transform yesterday's dinner into culinary wonders.

Best Leftovers Ever! premieres Dec 30 on Netflix.

Find Me In Your Memory

News anchor Lee Jung-hoon (Kim Dong-wook) has hyperthymesia, a condition that allows him to remember nearly every moment in his life.

Meanwhile, Yeo Ha-jin is a model and actress who, after a traumatic incident, has forgotten key moments in her life as part of a coping mechanism.

Their lives are forever changed when they cross paths one day. Starring Kim Dong-wook and Moon Ga-young.

Find Me In Your Memory is available on Dimsum Entertainment.

Your Honor

The son of a judge commits a hit and run one day. The respected judge, played by Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, will do anything to prevent his son from sitting behind bars.

But things get complicated when they realise the victim is a member of a prominent crime family. Also starring Sofia Black-D'Elia, Tony Curran and Michael Stuhlbarg.

Your Honor airs every Monday at 11pm on FX HD (Astro Ch 713).

True Beauty

After learning how to do her own make-up from YouTube, student Ju-Gyeong's popularity soars. Now, she feels insecure without it and never steps out of the house bare-faced.

The only boy who has ever seen her sans make-up is the rich and handsome Su-ho, who wants people to love him for who he is instead of his good looks.

The rom-com starring Moon Ga-young and Cha Eun-woo explores the importance of realising one's beauty within.

True Beauty premieres Dec 10 at 9.45pm on tvN (Astro Ch 395).


After a teaser dropped last month, Danish series Equinox is quickly being compared to the critically-acclaimed German hit, Dark.

Equinox opens with nine-year-old Astrid who witnesses a bus full of high school students mysteriously disappear in 1999. Among the missing is Astrid's sister.

Fast forward to 2020, Astrid, who hosts a late-night radio show, gets a call from someone claiming to know what happened to her sister and her classmates.

Equinox stars Danica Curcic and is executive-produced by The Killing's Piv Bernth.

Equinox premieres Dec 30 on Netflix.

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