Family farms have been the backbone of the agricultural community for centuries, but times are tough. They need help. They need to diversify. And the clock is ticking. In steps businessman Nick Hewer, whose motto is that doing nothing is not an option. But will these stubborn farmers embrace his no-nonsense approach, or will he have a fight on his hands as he tries to save their livelihoods?
When Bess Denyar, a doctor with an overbearing mother, an architect husband, and twin teenagers, finds out that she is adopted, she is stunned, but even more so when she meets her birth parents: Wayne and Julie Wheeler, owners of a drag-racing team. Caught in the middle of two tribes, Bess juggles the fallout as she tries to merge her incompatible clans into one big happy family. "A gem" -Stuff.
Premiering in North America September 13. Shortly after moving into their newly finished dream house, Alice's (Keeley Hawes, Line of Duty) beloved partner of 20 years, Harry (Jason Merrells, Agatha Raisin), dies from falling down the stairs. As Alice grieves-and searches for the fridge in the impractical home Harry designed-his sudden death kicks up a storm of secrets and suspicion. "Bittersweet black comedy" -London Evening Standard.
Watch a new episode every Monday until October 25th. Lucy Lawless (Xena: Warrior Princess, Parks and Recreation) stars in this contemporary Australian detective drama as retired cop Alexa Crowe. With her old boss (Bernard Curry, Once Upon a Time) regularly asking for her insight on cold cases and a young police data-analyst (Ebony Vagulans) eager to be mentored--whether Alexa wants to or not--Alexa can't seem to stop solving crime.