Raised in a den of petty thieves ("fingersmiths"), plucky orphan Sue Trinder (two-time Oscar® nominee Sally Hawkins, The Shape of Water) agrees to help a con man (Rupert Evans, The Man in the High Castle) defraud a wealthy heiress (Elaine Cassidy, No Offence). Plans change when the two women fall in love with each other. This engrossing Victorian thriller is adapted from the novel by Sarah Waters.
Premieres in North America November 26th. Kevin Whately (Inspector Lewis, Inspector Morse) and Ian McNeice (Doc Martin) star in this family film about Steve Shepherd, an architect who loses his job after crossing his boss, local bigwig Horace Gilbert. To make ends meet, Steve and his daughter decide to turn their house into a bed-and-breakfast but must fend off Horace's increasingly desperate attempts at sabotage.
Little lies lead to bigger truths in this charming Irish dramedy. Environmental consultant Kate Ryan (Orla Brady, Fringe) goes undercover in a small town to quell objections to a wind farm. But Kate has a complicated history with Carrigeen. Soon after arriving with her son, she runs into an ex-friend and an old flame and realizes her task won't be a breeze. Co-stars Patrick Bergin (Patriot Games).
Episodes 1 and 2 premiere in North America December 7th. This "groundbreaking" (The Guardian) BBC period drama based on the global bestseller by Vikram Seth is directed by Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding) and adapted by Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice). Amid the cultural upheaval of 1950s India, Lata (Tanya Maniktala) is torn between romance and responsibility, while wayward Maan (Ishaan Khatter) has a perilous affair with a glamorous courtesan (Tabu).
After a shooting, Detective Richard Treloar (Richard Roxburgh, Rake, Moulin Rouge!) is transferred to a desk job at the Police Museum, where he fixates on an image of a beautiful murder victim from the 1960s. When one of his leads turns up dead, the cold case is officially reopened-with him as the prime suspect. Essie Davis (Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries) also stars in this haunting crime drama.
This witty gem of a character comedy is about middle age, modern society, and all their attendant anxieties. At 35, Philip Roath (Peter Tilbury) is self-centered and insecure, with financial debt, a dissatisfied ex-wife, and an analyst whose problems dwarf his own. Facing an uphill struggle to come to terms with his lot, he's altogether worried.
A grieving father embarks on a years-long quest for justice in this Australian drama based on true events. Young model Caroline Byrne had an enviable career and a handsome boyfriend in ambitious personal assistant Gordon Wood. But then her body was discovered along the rocky shore beneath the sheer cliffs of the Gap, Sydney's notorious suicide spot. Did she jump-or was she pushed?
Prince Charles provides exclusive access to the royal lands that have belonged to successive Princes of Wales for 700 years in this moving, candid, and humorous observational documentary. Established in 1337, the Duchy of Cornwall is today a vast, varied estate of rolling farmland, visionary housing developments, and even parts of inner-city London that embody the prince's sustainable philosophy.
Get a glimpse of the true story behind All Creatures Great and Small, the classic series by James Herriot. This documentary series follows staff at the original practice of Alf Wight (James Herriot was his nom de plume) in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. Peter Wright, Alf's former trainee and the current head of practice, offers some insight into the real James Herriot.