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Dates is a witty, sexy and emotional drama series about people on dates. In bars, restaurants, galleries and bedrooms, lives are intertwined when characters like Stephen (Ben Chaplin:The Thin Red Line), a charming and good-looking thirtysomething surgeon, meets Mia (Oona Chaplin:Game of Thrones), a heartbreakingly beautiful lost soul in her 20s.
From Bryan Elsley, the creator of the award-winning series Skins and also starring Will Mellor (Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps), Gemma Chan (Fresh Meat) and Sheridan Smith (Mrs. Biggs), Dates reveals the complicated and hilarious ways people interact on their quest to find love.
In this supernatural crime series, Seth Gecko (DJ Cotrona) and his violent, unpredictable brother, Richie Gecko (Zane Holtz), are wanted by the FBI and Texas Ranger Freddie Gonzalez (Jesse Garcia) after a bank robbery left several people, including policemen and Gonzalez's mentor Texas Ranger Earl McGraw (Don Johnson), dead. Heading for the Mexico border pursued by Gonzalez, the Geckos encounter former minister Jacob Fuller (Robert Patrick) and his family, whom they take hostage by commandeering the Fuller's RV. Rerouted to strip club populated by vampires by a drug lord contact, they all must fight until dawn in order to survive.
Billed as a German Band of Brothers, the blockbuster miniseries Generation War vividly depicts the lives of five young German friends forced to navigate the unconscionable moral compromises of life in Berlin, 1941. Level-headed, highly decorated officer Wilhelm goes off to the Eastern Front with his younger brother Friedhelm, a sensitive dreamer more interested in literature than warfare. Deeply in love with Wilhelm is Charlotte, a young nurse who looks forward to serving in the Red Cross. Greta is a talented singer who longs to become another Marlene Dietrich, while her Jewish boyfriend Viktor fights for his life while hiding among members of the Polish Resistance.
Valour and courage come to the fore, but also betrayal - of values, beliefs and humanity. They and millions of others wanted to be heroes; but none of them could imagine what effects the war would have on them and ultimately the world.
Having drawn in record-breaking ratings for German television and receiving glowing critical acclaim, Generation War promises an unforgettable and deeply moving experience examining the crimes of the Third Reich on a profoundly personal level.
From the creative mind of Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies) and starring Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale; A Royal Affair), Hugh Dancy (Black Hawk Down; Hysteria) and Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix; CSI), comes the chilling new series Hannibal.
Hannibal stars Dancy as FBI agent WIll Graham, a brilliant criminal profiler on the hunt for a serial killer. When the twisted mind of the murderer proves too complex for even Graham's skills, he turns to Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mikkelsen), one of the premiere psychiatric minds in the country, for help unraveling the mystery. Unbeknownst to Graham, his new partner may turn out to be the one he's hunting.
The dark and haunting series Hannibal returns for a second season, with more shocking revelations and games of psychological cat and mouse. Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) is locked in a mental asylum accused of Hannibal Lecter's crimes (Mads Mikkelsen). Now that Will sees Hannibal for what he truly is, he faces a fight to prove his own sanity and convince those closest to him he is innocent of murder. Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne) is dealing with his own feelings about Will, and whether his protégé is in fact a cold-blooded killer. Looking for answers, Jack turns to a man he has come to trust: Hannibal Lecter. With Will locked up, Hannibal becomes Jack's new consultant on cases. Hannibal is torn between self-preservation and his desire to keep Will close to him, despite advice from his psychiatrist Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) to stay away.
The deadly dance between these characters continues to turn in startling and unexpected ways, in a season that will show nothing can ever be the same again...
Haven, Maine appears to be just another lively, New England seaside town, complete with quaint shops, scenic beaches and a busy harbor. But when FBI Agent Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) first arrived on a routine case, she encountered the mysterious underside of Haven. Her investigation lead her to discover that Haven has a secret: it's home to a number of people suffering from supernatural afflictions. Audrey found that she is uniquely qualified to handle these supernatural events - referred to in local legend as "the Troubles" - and after discovering that Haven might hold clues about her own mysterious past, she chose to stay at find out. Haven, based on the Stephen King novella "The Colorado Kid", is the story of Audrey's entry into this seemingly normal town. Across the seasons, Audrey's quest to understand herself and the great mysteries of Haven will drive her ever deeper down the rabbit hole.
Haven, Maine hides its secrets well. After arriving in the seaside town on assignment, FBI Agent Audrey Parker (Emily Rose) found herself drawn to Haven's picturesque scenery and welcoming residents. But the lively coastal town harbors a troubling past that threatens to boil over-and Audrey decided to leave the FBI to stay in town and investigate a series of supernatural cases. Audrey soon learned that many people inHaven have long been cursed with a variety of supernatural afflictions, called "troubles" in Haven lore, and that she is uniquely suited to aid the afflicted. Joining the Haven Police Department and partnering with Nathan Wuornos (Lucas Bryant), Audrey began to realize that it was fate-not luck-that brought her here and quest to understand herself and the great mysteries of Haven will drive her ever deeper down the rabbit hole...
A drama following former FBI Agent Audrey Parker, who was brought to Haven, Maine, by a routine case. The town turned out to be a longtime refuge for people that are affected by a range of supernatural afflictions. Audrey chose to stay in Haven and explore its many secrets - including her own surprising connections to this extroadinary place.
Hell on Wheels is a contemporary Western that centers on former Confederate soldier Cullen Bohannon, portrayed by Anson Mount (Last Night, In Her Shoes), whose quest for vengeance has led him to the Union Pacific Railroad's westward construction of the first transcontinental railroad. Hell on Wheels tells the epic story of post-Civil War America, focusing on a Confederate soldier (Mount) who sets out to exact revenge on the Union soldiers who have killed his wife. His journey takes him west to Hell on Wheels, a dangerous, lawless melting pot of a town that travels with and services the construction of the first transcontinental railroad - an engineering feat unprecedented for its time. The series documents the railroad's engineering and construction as well as institutionalised greed and corruption, the immigrant experience and the plight of newly emancipated African-Americans during Reconstruction. Hell on Wheels chronicles this potent turning point in North Americas history and how uncivilised the business of civilisation can be.
Series 2 of Hell on Wheels continues its epic story of post-Civil War America, focusing on Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount), a former Confederate soldier, and his dramatic journey west as he struggles to leave his past behind. Bohannon may have abandoned the railroad camp, but he is far from abandoning the hunt for his wife and son's killer. Series 1 saw Elam Ferguson (Common) rise from slavery to authority, but how will he hold up against a colony of lawless delinquents, now that Bohannon has fled? Thomas Durante (Colm Meaney) is more ambitious than ever. He may have secured his government grant, but several dramatic twists and hurdles will leave him questioning again, whether he can really complete the colossal and perilous task of constructing the American Transcontinental Railroad.
Centered on the lawless town known as Hell on Wheels that travels with and services the construction of the first transcontinental railroad, the series examines the railroad’s institutionalized greed and corruption, the immigrant experience and the plight of the newly emancipated African-Americans during reconstruction. Hell on Wheels’ second season wrapped with an average of 2.4 million viewers. Season three of the series has been greenlit for ten, one-hour episodes with John Wirth (Falling Skies, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) serving as executive producer and showrunner.
Line of Duty is a hard-hitting, fast-paced thriller delving into the murky world of police corruption.
When a counter-terrorism raid goes tragically wrong, Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Martin Compston: Sweet Sixteen, Red Road) refuses to participate in a cover-up. Ostracised by his colleagues,
he transfers to anti-corruption unit, AC-12, which is in the process of investigating one of the Force’s most respected officers, Detective Chief Inspector Tony Gates (Lennie James: Hung, Colombiana). Not only
has Gates just been awarded Officer of the Year, his squad has returned the best crime figures for three consecutive years.
But Arnott is convinced that Gates’ results are too good to
be true and, determined to expose Gates as a fraud, the two
become embroiled in a thrilling game of cat-and-mouse. Every
time Gates seems cornered, he finds a way to turn the tables still believing he can save himself. But all the while he’s digging a
bigger hole for himself, plunging irrevocably into a moral
abyss. And each day the stakes get higher. Soon it isn’t
just careers on the line – it’s lives.
Line of Duty returns for a second series, featuring a new police corruption story told over six one-hour episodes. The series opens explosively with the ambush of a police convoy in which three police officers are killed and a protected witness seriously injured. The sole surviving police officer is Detective Inspector Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes).
Deputy Chief Constable Mike Dryden (Mark Bonnar) takes personal charge, assigning AC-12 to the case. Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), Detective Constable Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) and Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) are joined by newly-appointed Detective Constable Georgia Trotman (Jessica Raine) to investigate a complex case rich in unexpected twists and turns.
Initially AC-12’s most valuable witness, the suspicion soon arises that DI Denton could be their prime suspect.
Based on the semi-autobiographical writings of rising UK comedy star Miranda Hart (Not Going Out, Absolutely Fabulous), Miranda is the hilarious, critically-acclaimed BBC sitcom screened locally on ABC2.
Miranda has always stood out from the crowd. She's over six foot tall, lacks any kind of grace and has an odd habit of dancing in inappropriate situations. She lives in her own chaotic world, making a living by owning a joke shop which is managed by her best friend and taskmaster Stevie (Sarah Hadland: Moving Wallpaper, That Mitchell and Webb Look).
She tries desperately to fit in with her old boarding school friends (Sally Phillips: Smack the Pony, Bridget Jones's Diary and Katy Wix: Torchwood, Not Going Out) who still refer to her as ‘Queen Kong' and seem more concerned with their BlackBerries and upcoming weddings than with Miranda's feelings. Her mother Penny (Patricia Hodge: Rumpole of the Bailey, Poirot) is on a mission to get Miranda married, but a boarding school upbringing means Miranda is hopeless around men and her flirting skills leave a lot to be desired. When her old university pal Gary (Tom Ellis: EastEnders) becomes the chef at the restaurant next door, Miranda embarks on all kinds of hapless attempts to spark a ‘romantic moment'.
Miranda returns for a new series of the farcical, affectionate, and multi-award-winning BBC comedy, which follows one woman's hapless quest to fit in and attempt to lead a ‘normal' life. Screened locally on ABC, legions of fans have already taken this lovable character to their hearts.
In Series 2, Miranda is struggling to get over her love interest Gary who has gone to Hong Kong. With the decision to stop wallowing in self pity, Miranda goes about reinventing herself, hell bent on becoming the kind of woman who power walks to work, who keeps their pot plants alive and who doesn't have a fruit bowl full of rotting pears because "they actually eat the fruit!"
Miranda's eccentric mother Penny (Patricia Hodge: Poirot) continues her embarrassing and futile attempts to marry her off to any man who walks by. Meanwhile her best friend Stevie (Sarah Hadland: Moving Wallpaper) and her old rival Tilly (Sally Phillips: Smack the Pony) stand back and unhelpfully point out where Miranda is going wrong. And she can do with all the support she can get, with amongst other things, some serious boy troubles ahead.
With the show taking out three British Comedy Awards for Best New TV Comedy Show, Best Female Comedy Actress and the People's Choice Award, Miranda is a character who will win you over with her warmth, humour and total clumsiness. Such fun!
The hilarious comedy hit Miranda is back for a third season. It doesn't matter what Miranda attempts in life, whether it is dating or simply dealing with her overbearing mother, she always seems to fall flat, quite literally. Miranda is 6 feet 1 inch (1.85m) tall and gets called ‘Sir' all too often. She has never fitted in with her old boarding school friends, Tilly (Sally Phillips) and Fanny (Katy Wix), and finds social situations awkward, especially around men. She is a constant disappointment to her mother, Penny (Patricia Hodge), who is desperate for her to get a proper job and a husband. Miranda Hart is a comedy writer and actress whose sitcom Miranda has recently earned her four BAFTA nominations, three RTS awards and three Comedy Awards. It has firmly established her as one of the U.K's leading comedians.
Peaky Blinders is an epic gangster drama set in the lawless streets of post-war Birmingham on the cusp of the 1920s.
Britain in 1919 is a tumultuous mix of despair and hedonism, a nation cleaned out by the extravagances of the Great War. Returning soldiers, newly-minted revolutionaries and criminal gangs all fight for survival in an industrial landscape gripped by economic upheaval.
Thomas Shelby and his family run the most feared and powerful local gang, the Peaky Blinders. Named for their practice of sewing razor blades into the peaks of their caps, they make money from illegal betting, protection and the black market.
But Tommy’s ambitions go beyond running the streets, and when a crate of guns goes missing from an arms factory, he recognises an opportunity to move up in the world. Crime pays, but business pays better.
Birmingham crime boss Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy) heads into perilous territory in the second series of Steven Knight’s acclaimed gangster epic. As the 1920s begin to roar, business is booming for the Peaky Blinders gang. Shelby has his sights set firmly on wider horizons, and the race tracks of the South are calling out for new management. An engrossing tale of ambition, corruption, violence, desire, and above all an extraordinary family living through extraordinary times.
After spending 19 years on Death Row for the rape and murder of his teenage girlfriend, Daniel Holden (Aden Young: Mao's Last Dancer, Black Robe) is going home. His conviction has been vacated due to new DNA evidence, thrusting him back into a world he no longer knows. Having spent his adult life waiting to die, Daniel must now learn how to live again. But, his reentry into the outside world may be as unforgiving as prison. He is haunted by the past, dogged by the present, and uncertain of the future. As he struggles to adapt to his new life, his return will reignite the fears of a small town and threaten to shatter his family's fragile peace. Daniel's alleged crime divided a community. His freedom could tear it in half.
From the incredible multi award-winning team behind Breaking Bad, Rectify is an eloquent and engrossing drama about crime and punishment, forgiveness and revenge, guilt and innocence.
Joe Cashin (Don Hany: East West 101, Offspring) is a Homicide Detective transferred to the small Victorian coastal town of Port Monro where he grew up. When wealthy benefactor Charles Bourgoyne dies, Joe's investigation uncovers a cycle of lies, betrayal and systematic corruption in a community where tensions over race, class and politics are at boiling point.
Capturing the chilling action and laconic wit of Peter Temple's acclaimed The Broken Shore, this television adaptation filmed against the ruggest south-east Victorian coastline brings alive the novel's cast of complex characters as it slowly reveals the shocking face behind a community's respectable mask.
Also starring Claudia Karvan (The Time of Our Lives), Anthony Hayes (Animal Kingdom), Erik Thomson (Packed to the Rafters), Dan Wyllie (Puberty Blues), Tony Briggs (The Slap) and Wayne Blair (Redfern Now), The Broken Shore is a gripping, dark story infused with wit and humanity.
Will Burton (David Tennant: Broadchurch, Doctor Who), a talented junior barrister of peerless intellect and winning charm, specialises in spiriting people out of tight legal corners, earning the nickname, The Escape Artist. Much to the aggravation of his courtroom rival, Maggie Gardner (Sophie Okonedo: The Slap, Skin),
Will is in high demand, having never lost a case. But when Will’s talents acquit Liam Foyle (Toby Kebbell: The Conspirator, Dead Man’s Shoes), who
is standing trial for a horrific and high-profile murder, that courtroom brilliance comes back to haunt him
with unexpected and terrifying results. With an outstanding cast, also starring Ashley Jensen (Extras, Ugly Betty), this is thrilling action drama at its very best.
The Inbetweeneers is the painfully funny smash hit comedy about four teenagers growing up in suburbia. Will McKenzie (Simon Bird) is on a bad run. His parents have just divorced and, to make matters worse, his mum has moved him from a posh private school and into the sixth form at the local comprehensive. Despite the twin handicaps of being the new kid and carrying ‘an actual briefcase', Will quickly makes new friends - Simon (Joe Thomas), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Jay (James Buckley). Unfortunately, they are far from the coolest kids at school. Together they attempt to navigate the perils of sixth form life while trying to make girls, like the gorgeous Carli D'Amato (Emily Head) ‘notice them for who they really are'. Which is a bad move, because they are idiots. Over the course of their first term alone, the boy's roll call of dishonour includes; accidentally hitting a disabled girl in the face with a Frisbee, drunkenly puking on a seven year old child, gate crashing a funeral cortege in Simon's tiny, bright yellow car, and calling Neil's dad a ‘bumder'. The Inbetweeners will gross you out, have you laughing inappropriately and remind you that school really was fun while it lasted!
The Inbetweeners are back for a new term and in Will's head things are going to be very different for the four boys this year.
In reality the only thing that has changed is that they are now even less cool thanks to various disasters involving the Swanage field trip, their work experience and Will's birthday. But has it been all bad? Well, yes pretty much. Will's birthday ended with him being chased by a bloke with a cricket bat, Jay was caught enjoying himself at the old people's home, Simon got beaten up by a 12-year-old and Neil punched a fish to death. It's been an interesting term.
The Inbetweeners follows four friends, Will, Simon, Neil and Jay as they try hopelessly to navigate their way through sixth form, with their hormones running riot. Neither the coolest kids in school, nor the ultimate nerds the four ‘inbetweeners' try their best to improve their social standing, and more importantly impress girls, with hilarious results. From Simon's wardrobe malfunction whilst taking part in the school fashion show, to Will trying to escape being known as the kid who shat himself in the exam, to Jay's trying to avoid his dog's attentions, to Neil's 18th birthday party, nothing goes quite to plan. But that's okay, because they have each other. No wait, that makes it worse.
Our story of The Village begins in 1914…
With an inspired cast that includes John Simm (Life on Mars), Maxine Peake (Silk) and Juliet Stevenson (Truly, Madly, Deeply), The Village is a timeless coming-of-age story, told through the nostalgic eyes of one man, Bert Middleton.
From lustful first-love and the dramas of war, to a father’s hard teachings and a mother’s love: Bert has seen it all.
The beginning of modern times and the birth of doubt, fear and the modern psych, The Village is moving, compelling and packed with outstanding performances.
Based on one of the most successful and popular comic books of all time, The Walking Dead captures the ongoing human drama following a zombie apocalypse. The series follows a group of survivors, led by police officer Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually), who are traveling in search of a safe and secure home. However, instead of the zombies, it is the living who remain that truly become the walking dead. Series 1 garnered rave reviews and picked up a number of Awards and nominations, including an Emmy nomination and Golden Globe.
The highly anticipated television series returns for a second season. The Walking Dead is "Breathtaking in its small moments" (Wall Street Journal) and "creepy from the first frame" (Variety). The end of civilization was the just the beginning for Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the other survivors. As the fight to stay alive intensifies and personal rivalries worsen, the group struggles to hold on to their humanity in a time when slim chances are all that is left.
The third season of The Walking Dead is set to make zombie history, with the US premier reaching 10.9 million viewers in one night. Fight The Dead, Fear The Living: Season 3 steps up the game with all new characters The Governor, played by David Morrissey (Captain Corelli's Mandolin, Basic Instinct 2) and Michone, played by Danai Gurira (The Visitor, Law & Order). In the highly anticipated new season, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his fellow survivors continue to seek refuge in a desolate and post-apocalyptic world and soon discover that there are greater forces to fear than just the walking dead. In this uncertain world, Rick and his band of survivors must not only fight the dead, but also face a whole new fear: the living. The struggle to survive has never been so perilous.
This season we see Rick and the group of survivors fostering a thriving community in the safe haven of the prison. Sadly, in this brutal world, happiness is short-lived and walkers and outside threats are no match for danger brewing inside the fences. The group's home and new way of life will be thoroughly tested, and their struggle to survive has never been so perilous...
In this action-packed, political, spy thriller - based on Alexander Rose's critically acclaimed novel Washington's Spies, a farmer and a group of his friends become unlikely spies and turn the tide in America's fight for independence. Every daring act, every vicious betrayal, every fatal mistake each friend makes resonates in the world around them and literally creates history. Ultimately, this epic drama is about one man at war with himself. Torn between his ideals and his desires, Abe's personal fight for independence and the daring decisions he's forced to make pulls him into the fight against his will and sets him on a treacherous journey, changing him from someone living in a world that controls him, to living in a world that he controls.