Packed with humor and humanity, this BBC show from the creator of Prisoners' Wives is an exhilarating ride through the challenges of frontline policing in the vibrant seaside city of Brighton. Amanda Abbington (Sherlock), Ashley Walters (Bulletproof), and Jacob Ifan (Bang) lead an ensemble cast in this "bright and breezy" (The Guardian) drama about the dangers and absurdities of being a cop.
Series 2 premieres February 21st. This drama-documentary series goes back in time to present the most shocking and surprising murder cases over the last few centuries of Britain's history. From brutal killings that captivated the press and the public, to the frightful murderers operating in the shadow of Jack the Ripper, these terrible tales show that some of the most dreadful crimes happened in real life.
Premiering in North America January 24. "A luscious TV drama based on Tolstoy's Anna Karenina" --The Sydney Morning Herald. In this contemporary Australian miniseries, Anna Ivin is a happily married mother who intervenes to save her philandering brother's marriage. However, a chance encounter at the airport threatens her own wedded bliss.
This new adaptation of the classic novel "The Darling Buds of May" by H.E. Bates follows the warmhearted, wheeler-dealer adventures of the Larkin family in the idyllic Kent countryside of the 1950s. Joanna Scanlan (No Offence) and Bradley Walsh (Law & Order: UK) star in a "joyous, comforting" (Radio Times) show capturing the warmth, optimism, and escapism of the Larkins for a modern generation.
This "wickedly offbeat" (Parade), contemporary murder-mystery series follows the adventures of a perennially single detective and her three crime-writing aunts as they solve murders in the picturesque English region of Wildemarsh. Starring Florence Hall (The Princess Switch franchise), Julie Graham (Shetland), Siobhan Redmond (Unforgotten), Sarah Woodward (Agatha Christie's The Pale Horse) and Olivia Vinall (The Woman in White).
Starring Rebecca Gibney (Winter) and Charles Edwards (The Crown), this dramedy follows two unlikely city slickers who inherit a failing vineyard in rural New Zealand. Despite neither having ever done a hard day's work in their lives and both despising the other, they must somehow make the vineyard successful so they can sell up, split up, and get out of there.