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The best TV box sets to help you de-stress and unwind

Stranger Things, Game of Thrones, Narcos, Making a Murderer - the last 12 months have been phenomenal in the TV stakes. We've been left awestruck, tense and begging for more. 

But sometimes this edge-of-your-seat viewing doesn't quite cut it, at the end of a long, hard day.

There are some shows that are the equivalent of a warm bath, a giant cup of hot chocolate or a friend popping around and snuggling under a blanket with you, while you devour a giant bag of crisps. They're soothing for the soul. 

We take a look at the TV shows that have helped us unwind, de-stress and switch off over the years. Dig in and get set to relaaax...
 

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