Haven Season 5 Part A

    Plot Summary

    Season Five picks up with the aftermath of our heroes’ victory over William. After having successfully banished him into the Void, Nathan and Duke are devastated to discover that the Audrey Parker they know and love has disappeared. In her place stands Mara, the unflinchingly malevolent “original” person responsible for creating the troubles many centuries ago. Finally freed from the confines of her do-gooder husks (Audrey, Lucy, Sarah, etc.), Mara proceeds to unleash a wave of chaos over Haven.

    The Enfield Haunting

    Plot Summary

    Chilling and terrifying, The Enfield Haunting is the unmissable true story of the most documented and shocking poltergeist incident in modern history. In a seemingly normal house in Enfield, north London, a series of disturbing paranormal events have begun to take place. Reports of an unworldly presence making repeated attempts on the life of 11-year-old Janet Hodgson (Eleanor Worthington-Cox: Maleficent) soon attract the attention of paranormal investigator Maurice Grosse (Timothy Spall: Mr. Turner) who is convinced that the house is plagued by a poltergeist. With the attacks growing increasingly violent by the day, Maurice will stop at nothing to protect Janet from these strange and dark forces.

    Indian Summers Season 1

    Plot Summary

    Set against the grandeur of the Himalayas, Indian Summers tells the rich and explosive story behind the decline of the British Empire in India.

    It’s 1932 and India’s British power-brokers are stationed in the “little England” of Simla to govern throughout the summer. Ambitious and charismatic, Ralph Whelan (Henry Lloyd-Hughes: The Inbetweeners) is a rising star in India’s Civil Service, whose professional and political progress is carefully controlled by Cynthia Coffin (Julie Walters: Becoming Jane). But Cynthia’s plans are disrupted by the return of Ralph’s sister, Alice (Jemima West: The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones), who is herself drawn into a forbidden romance with Ralph’s Indian co-worker, Aafrin Dalal (Nikesh Patel: Bedlam). Meanwhile, the discovery of a young Indian boy near the train tracks sparks a series of events that will rock the lives of Simla’s inhabitants to the core.

    With an outstanding ensemble cast, Indian Summers tells a sweeping emotional and political story set during the turbulent birth of modern India.

    Bosch Season 1

    Plot Summary

    With millions of fans around the world, LAPD homicide Detective Harry Bosch finally comes to television. He is relentless. Even in the face of threats to himself and those he loves, he will stop at nothing to bring justice to victims. But behind his tireless momentum is a man who is haunted by his past and struggles to remain loyal to his personal code: “Everybody counts or nobody counts”.
    Bosch chases a murderer after a dog brings home a human bone in the Hollywood Hills. Along the way, Bosch encounters departmental politics, media intrusion, a coroner more concerned with her reality TV ratings than the victims she autopsies, a young cop willing to do anything to become a hero, and a family destroyed by violence.
    Bosch also finds himself in federal civil court, accused of wrongfully killing a suspected serial killer. The trial explores Bosch’s motivations, which are rooted in his childhood, as the plaintiff’s attorney attempts to use that which makes Bosch so relentless and turn it against him.

    Child 44

    Plot Summary

    After a friend’s son is found dead, Soviet secret-police officer Leo Demidov (Tom Hardy: Mad Max: Fury Road) suspects his superiors are covering up the truth. When Leo dares to raise questions, he is demoted and exiled to a provincial outpost with his wife (Noomi Rapace: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo). There, Leo soon discovers other mysterious deaths with similar circumstances and convinces his new boss (Gary Oldman: The Dark Knight Rises) that a deranged serial killer is on the loose - and must be stopped before he strikes again in this electrifying thriller.

    Halt & Catch Fire Season 1

    Plot Summary

    Rougly one year after IBM all but corners the market with the release of its first major product — the IBM PC. “Personal Computers: And the Winner Is … IBM” declares the cover of BusinessWeek. However, 1983 is also the same year people realize that the IBM PC has a fatal flaw, which quickly makes personal computing anyone’s game. 

    In this fictional drama, a former IBM executive Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace) plans to reverse-engineer the flagship product of his former employer, and he forces his current company, Cardiff Electric, into the personal computer race. MacMillan enlists the help of Gordon Clarke (Scoot McNairy), a once-great engineer who dreams of creating a revolutionary product while trying to manage his initially unsupportive wife, Donna, (Kerry Bishé), and Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis), a volatile prodigy who puts her future in jeopardy to join MacMillan’s rogue PC project.