When soldier Shaun Emery’s (Turner) conviction for a murder in Afghanistan is overturned because of flawed video evidence, he returns to life as a free man with his young daughter. But when damning CCTV footage from a night out in London comes to light, Shaun’s life takes a shocking turn and he must soon fight for his freedom once again.
With newly promoted DI Rachel Carey (Grainger) drafted in to investigate Shaun’s case, she quickly learns that the truth can sometimes be a matter of perspective. Should she trust Shaun Emery?
The Capture is a six-part thriller that looks at a troubling world of fake news and the extraordinary capabilities of the intelligence services. In this ‘post-truth era’, can we really believe what we see?
The Capture is written and directed by Bafta Award-winning filmmaker Ben Chanan and is made for BBC One by Heyday Television and NBCUniversal International Studios.
Deep Water follows three different women as they face the repercussions of some very difficult choices. The women, who all know each other from the school gate with children around the same age, include Lisa, a mum-of-three who runs a business and is married to a taxi driver, Roz, a debt-riddled physiotherapist who finds a dangerous way out of her situation and Kate, a wealthy and organised mum who seems to have it all together.
Blinded By The Light
Javed is a British teen of Pakistani descent growing up in 1987 England. Amidst the racial and economic turmoil of the times, he writes poetry as a means to escape the intolerance of his hometown and the inflexibility of his traditional father. But when a classmate introduces him to the music of Bruce Springsteen, Javed sees parallels to his working-class life in the powerful lyrics. As Javed discovers an outlet for his own pent-up dreams, he also begins to express himself in his own voice.
The four part drama is based on the famous jewellery heist that took place in Hatton Garden in 2015.
It was carried out by a group of elderly thieves who successfully managed to break into an underground safe deposit facility and steal £14 million worth of cash and jewellery.
Called the “largest burglary in English legal history” by Phillip Evans QC, the veteran criminals drilled through 50 cm thick vault walls to access its expensive contents.
The drama will also feature scenes showing how the police caught Brian Reader, Daniel ‘Danny’ Jones, John Kenneth ‘Kenny’ Collins, Terence ‘Terry’ Perkins, Michael ‘Basil’ Seed, William ‘Billy The Fish’ Lincoln, Hugh Doyle and Carl Wood following a complicated police procedure.
Starring John Hannah, Kelly Macdonald and James Harkness, the drama explores an assault on an ordinary man who has been identified online as a notorious child killer – and the fallout from that attack.
But is this really the right man – and is this truly justice?
ITV’s new drama stars Morven Christie as Detective Sergeant Lisa Armstrong, who is assigned as Family Liaison Officer after teenage twins go missing in Morecambe in Lancashire. But she soon realises she has a personal connection to the case “that could compromise her and the investigation.
Robyn is a flack: a PR, who promotes, publicises and protects her clients. It’s her job to fix other people’s lives, despite the fact she is incapable of fixing her own.
Tony (Gervais) had a perfect life. But after his wife Lisa dies, Tony changes. After contemplating taking his own life, he decides instead to live long enough to punish the world by saying and doing whatever he likes from now on. He thinks it’s like a Super Power – not caring about himself or anyone else – but it turns out to be tricky when everyone is trying to save the nice guy they used to know.
Starring alongside Gervais is Kerry Godliman (‘Derek’) as Tony’s wife Lisa, Tom Basden (‘Plebs’, ‘David Brent: Life On The Road’) as Tony’s brother-in-law Matt, Tony Way (‘Edge of Tomorrow’) as Tony’s best-friend Lenny, David Bradley (‘The Harry Potter series’, ‘Game of Thrones’) as Tony’s dad, and Ashley Jensen (‘Extras’) as a Nurse to Tony’s dad.
A fourth season of the popular mystery series starring James Norton and Robson Green as the unlikely clergyman/cop duo fighting crime in the English hamlet of Grantchester in the 1950’s
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.
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.
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
Holby City follows the lives of the surgeons, nurses and ancillary staff at Holby General Hospital.