After Lifefollows Tony, who has a perfect life before his wife suddenly dies. After contemplating suicide, he then decides to live long enough to punish the world for his wife's death by literally saying and doing whatever he wants to. Although he thinks of it as sort of a superpower the situation turns tricky when everyone around him starts trying to make him a better person again.
The OA (UK)
Prairie Johnson (Brit Marling), a missing blind girl, returns to the community she grew up in with her sight restored. Some hail her a miracle, others a dangerous mystery, but Prairie won’t talk about her seven missing years with anyone except four teenage boys whom she tells her story to in order to recruit them for a mission.
The Reluctant Landlord
Romesh quickly learns pulling pints is not for him when he has to take over his late dad's pub. What he wants is to be a hip-hop DJ and no amount of emotional blackmail from his wife Natasha and his kids will see him give this new venture his all.
Into The Badlands S3
Season 3 of Into the Badlands finds Sunny living off the grid, doing his best to provide for his infant son, Henry, in the wake of Veil's death. It is only when Henry contracts a mysterious illness that Sunny must join forces with Bajie and journey back into the Badlands, where the Widow and Baron Chau are entrenched in a drawn-out war that has destabilized the entire region. No longer supported by Tilda or Waldo, the Widow must find new allies in Lydia and in Nathaniel Moon — the former regent who lost his hand to Sunny and Bajie in Season 2. But when a mysterious nomadic leader called Pilgrim arrives in the Badlands on a mission to restore Azra and usher in a new era of "peace," old enemies must band together to defend the Badlands
Sally 4 Ever
For 10 years Sally has lived a dull suburban life with David. But on the night he asks her to marry him, Sally has a crisis and embarks on a wild affair with Emma, a seductive, charismatic, boho actress, singer, musician, poet and author.
Peaky Blinders S4
Peaky Blinders is an English television crime drama set in 1920s Birmingham, England in the aftermath of World War I. The series, which was created by Steven Knight and produced by Caryn Mandabach Productions, Screen Yorkshire and Tiger Aspect Productions, follows the exploits of the Shelby crime family.
Widowed surgeon Tom has struggled to raise his two daughters alone following his wife's death a year ago. Things seem to be on the right track for the family, who live in a gated community, because they have close friends nearby and Tom is in the early stages of a new relationship. But the situation takes a turn for the worse when Jenny, Tom's oldest daughter, goes missing along with her boyfriend. Tom enlists girlfriend Sophie, a police detective, to help locate the teens, but her new partner is working her own agenda. As the investigation intensifies, Tom unearths dark secrets about the people closest to him in his affluent neighborhood. The drama series was created by mystery novelist Harlan Coben.
Deluded Simon Porter, dreams of becoming a doctor - but he has to start from the bottom and be a porter. His plan? Work his way up to be the best porter the NHS has ever seen.
Frontier is a Canadian-American historical drama television series co-created by Brad Peyton, Rob Blackie, and Peter Blackie, chronicling the North American fur trade of the 1700s. The series is co-produced by Discovery Channel (Canada) (as the channel's first original scripted commission) and Netflix.
Goodbye Christopher Robin
After leaving London for the English countryside, writer A.A. Milne starts to spin fanciful yarns about his son's growing collection of stuffed animals. These stories form the basis for "Winnie-the-Pooh" and "The House at Pooh Corner," published respectively in 1926 and 1928. Milne and his family soon become swept up in the instant success of the books, while the enchanting tales bring hope and comfort to the rest of postwar England
Harlots—the streaming TV series about dueling 18th-century English brothels that stars Samantha Morton, Jessica Brown Findlay, Lesley Manville, and Eloise Smyth on Hulu—flew mostly under the radar, but is a fierce, feminist show, and it is back for a second season!
Cold Feet is a British comedy-drama television series which first aired in 1997. The series was created and principally written by Mike Bullen as a follow-up to his award-winning 1997 Comedy Premiere of the same name. The series follows couples experiencing the ups-and-downs of romance, staring primarily James Nesbitt, John Thomson, Fay Ripley, Hermione Norris and Robert Bathurst.
Sick of It
Crotchety cabbie Karl is living with his aunt, trying to get over a break-up, and simply muddling his way through life. His closest mate being his inner self, who is not shy about speaking his mind, often lands Karl in a whole lot of trouble.
Holby City follows the lives of the surgeons, nurses and ancillary staff at Holby General Hospital.
Power is everything, there are no limits, and trust is nonexistent for the royal family featured in this drama series. Queen Helena and King Simon try to present an aura of class and grace to the public, but the truth of the family's life is much different, as tainted politics and family issues threaten to cause chaos and turmoil for the royals. The monarchs' rebellious daughter, Princess Eleanor, provides lots of fodder for the tabloids with a life full of activities that include sex, drugs, and even hung-over helicopter rides. Her twin brother, Prince Liam, is a playboy who takes full advantage of being one of the planet's most eligible bachelors. It's a life Liam enjoys until his older brother -- and heir to the throne -- dies, making Liam next in line to inherit the throne. With that distinction comes much scrutiny, putting a crimp in his womanizing ways. After Simon's death, paternity questions about Liam lead to Simon's brother, Cyrus, ascending to the throne.