Leaving February 24th. Based on the popular novel by Helen Simpson and filmed on location in Australia, this engrossing saga follows a young Irish immigrant who arrives in New South Wales to seek his fortune. He finds himself entangled with a local wealthy family, and uncovers more than a few secrets that won't stay buried.
Series 1 & 2 leaving February 10. "Intensely fascinating" and "riveting" (The Telegraph), this British docuseries follows specialist units of the Manchester police as they endure the highs and lows of solving murders and sex crimes. The detectives allow unprecedented access into their work as they gather evidence, interrogate suspects, and testify in court on everything from headline-grabbing cases to perilous manhunts.
Leaving February 3rd. Take an epic journey into ancient Africa's art and culture with this eye-opening BBC documentary. Historian Dr. Gus Casely-Hayford visits the spectacular monuments of Nubia, explores the mysterious ruins of Great Zimbabwe, discovers the art and technology of ancient Benin, and tours magnificent Ethiopian monasteries carved out of solid rock, casting new light on a long-neglected subject.
Leaving North America February 25th. French with English subtitles. Agatha Christie's masterful storytelling gets a dash of French flair in these sexy, witty mysteries.
Leaving January 31st. Italian with English subtitles. Set in Sicily in the early 1800's, this series follows the tribulations of Consalvo Uzeda from childhood to adulthood. With the Unification of Italy in 1861, and the rise to power of Giuseppe Garibaldi and Vittorio Emanuele II, the Consalvo's family begins to lose their power, but his father, the tyrannical Prince Giacomo, will do anything to retain it.
Leaving January 28th. When D. C. Dangerous Davies, not held in high regard by his superiors, is assigned to find a notorious criminal kingpin, he uncovers the details of 15 year old cold case.