See what happens when a British family become zookeepers in this behind-the-scenes docuseries about a zoo in a small Welsh town. After the Tweedys decide to run the Wild Animal Kingdom, a BBC camera crew captures their adventures. It starts with the escape of one of the zoo's more deadly residents and quickly moves on to court action, death threats from the public, and international headlines.
In the scenic Welsh countryside of Carmarthenshire, vets Phillipa Hughes and Lisa Durham fulfill a long-held dream of running a practice catering exclusively to horses. As they traverse an area spanning seven counties, they tend to equine patients ranging from wild mountain stallions to feisty foals, abandoned ponies, beloved pets, and champion Arabian mares in this entertaining docuseries.
Series 14 Episode 8 premieres in the United States April 12. In this beloved, award-winning Canadian series, Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) solves turn-of-the-century Toronto's most intriguing mysteries with the help of Constable Crabtree (Jonny Harris, Still Standing); Dr. Julia Ogden (Helene Joy); and Inspector Brackenreid (Thomas Craig). Season availability varies by region.
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.
New Episode Every Monday through May 10th. Award-winning actress Eve Myles (Torchwood) stars in this BBC thriller as Faith Howells, a lawyer with a happy marriage until her husband suddenly disappears. As Faith becomes the police's prime suspect, her search for the truth leads her to the criminal underbelly of her quiet town. Filmed along the stunning Welsh coast, this suspense-filled mystery also stars Mark Lewis Jones (Stella).
Series 3 premieres in North America, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand April 12, and Latin America April 15. Lying, cheating, thieving-they're the best undercover cops in the business. Liam Ketman (Nick Berry, Heartbeat) and Garth O'Hanlon (Stephen Tompkinson, Wild at Heart) take on false identities to infiltrate society's underbelly and stop crime at its core. As they put their lives on the line, Liam tries desperately to hold his marriage together, while Gareth keeps his personal life a mystery.
Premieres in North America March 29. As a young man 20 years ago, Odin Freeburn promised his dying mother he would protect his family. Now one brother is in jail, another loves the wrong woman, his sister longs to escape, and his wife has run off, leaving him to raise their daughters. When the playful spirit of his mother returns to guide his path, Odin must learn to let go of the past, with enough deadpan humor to tackle the future.
A dream turns into a nightmare for a family man in this Hebrew- and French-language drama. Avshalom (Elie Ben-David) is happily married and enjoying a good life in Tel Aviv. But when his French-born wife (Héloïse Godet) gets the chance of a lifetime as an attaché with the Israeli foreign service, the family moves to Paris, and Avshalom struggles to find his place and hold onto his identity.
In the gripping thriller Bloodlands from Jed Mercurio (Line of Duty, Bodyguard), veteran detective Tom Brannick (James Nesbitt) connects a criminal's car pulled from the sea to a notorious series of disappearances-including his own wife's 20 years earlier. Brannick begins an obsessive campaign to unmask a possible assassin, code-named Goliath, in a case that evokes Northern Ireland's dark past.
Based on the hit plays by Alan Ayckbourne, this Emmy®-nominated drama views the same events from three vantage points, as passions flare and tempers rise when three couples cross paths at a country house one weekend. Starring Penelope Keith (To the Manor Born), Tom Conti (Shirley Valentine), Richard Briers (Good Neighbors), and Penelope Wilton (Downton Abbey). "Splendidly amusing" -New York Times.