Enjoy the cute, cuddly, and dramatic daily life at an Irish veterinary practice catering exclusively to cats. At the Cork Cat Hospital, Clare Meade and her team of dedicated professionals care for their feline clientele from grooming and neutering to house calls and life-and-death medical emergencies in this heartwarming docuseries.
Season 2 premieres in North America and the United Kingdom February 22. Season 3 premieres in North America and the United Kingdom March 8. Edgy and unpredictable, this "benchmark for Australian TV drama" (Sydney Morning Herald) tells the story of a group of thirtysomethings dealing with all too real family situations. At the center of everything is Frankie (Claudia Karvan, Newton's Law), an artist and mother who has complicated relationships with her ex and his new wife (Asher Keddie, Offspring). "You will be hooked" --Courier Mail.
The iconic cop-and-courtroom drama gets an English spin in this adaptation that's "just as engrossing as its American counterpart" (Irish Independent). Jamie Bamber (Battlestar Galactica) and Bradley Walsh (Doctor Who) star as detectives investigating London's most challenging crimes, while Ben Daniels (The Crown) and Freema Agyeman (Sense8) are the crown prosecutors trying the crimes in court.
Nominated for an International Emmy® for Best Actress, Jenna Coleman (Victoria, Doctor Who) mesmerizes as young mother Joanna in this intense psychological thriller. When tragedy strikes Joanna and her partner, Alistair (Ewen Leslie, Top of the Lake), it sets off a disturbing chain of events that casts them into the public eye and changes their relationship forever.
Premieres in North America February 15th. This biographical film celebrates the life and achievements of Prince Philip, from his birth in Greece through to his current duties as the patriarch of the British royal family. Through rare interviews and archival films, it charts his journey from naval cadet, to consort to Queen Elizabeth II, to charity patron and founder of a world-renowned youth organization.
Series 3 premieres in Australia & New Zealand April 5. Suave, smart, and somewhat strange, Raphaël Balthazar (Tomer Sisley) can make the dead speak like no one else. As a forensic pathologist in Paris, he works with no-nonsense chief inspector Hélène Bach (Hélène de Fougerolles) to solve the city's most disturbing crimes. But there's one case that continues to haunt him--the murder of his wife over a decade ago. GRAPHIC MEDICAL SCENES AND VIOLENCE.
Premieres in North America February 8th. Think Shakespeare is boring? Think again. In this exciting documentary, two London actors journey around the globe to demystify the greatest storyteller of all. They travel with Jude Law's Hamlet in Denmark, fight their way to Baz Luhrmann in Hollywood, do time with Shakespeare in an Irish prison, get up close with Al Pacino's King Lear, and glean insights from famous actors and everyday people.
Fifty years after Churchill's death, award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Marr discovers the untold story of the legendary prime minister's lifelong love for painting. Through meetings with Churchill's descendants, Marr explores the connections between his private passion for painting and his public career as politician and statesman.