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Murdoch Mysteries

In this beloved, award-winning Canadian series, Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) solves turn-of-the-century Toronto's most intriguing mysteries with the help of Constable Crabtree (Jonny Harris, Still Standing); Dr. Julia Ogden (Helene Joy); and Inspector Brackenreid (Thomas Craig). Seasons 4-11 not available in Canada.

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Amnesia

Hailed by Variety as "fascinating" with "a top-notch cast," this psychological thriller stars John Hannah (The Mummy) as DS Mack Stone, who, while searching for his missing wife, uncovers a possible murder masked by a claim of amnesia. But as Stone investigates, he begins to doubt his own memories. Co-starring Jemma Redgrave (Bramwell), Anthony Calf (New Tricks), and Brendan Coyle (Downton Abbey).

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Anna Karenina

One of the greatest books of all time comes alive in this romantic saga based on Leo Tolstoy's novel. In 19th century Russia, aristocrat Anna Karenina (Helen McCrory, Peaky Blinders) has a passionate extramarital affair with the dashing Count Vronsky (Kevin McKidd, Grey's Anatomy) that could lead to both their ruin. Stephen Dillane (Game of Thrones) and Mark Strong (Sherlock Holmes) also star.

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Sando

With "echoes...of Arrested Development" (Sydney Morning Herald), this madcap Australian comedy delivers riotous laughs and outlandish characters. Sacha Horler (Jack Irish, Crownies) stars as Victoria "Sando" Sandringham, the CEO of a furniture-store empire, who tries to win back her family and her business after a lifetime of inappropriate actions. But will her selfishness be a deal breaker?

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The Royal Family Documentary Collection

Take an intimate look into the lives of Britain's beloved monarchy. Explore how the women who wed into the house of Windsor have transformed the dynasty, learn about Prince Charles's charity for at-risk youth and get insider access to Will, Kate, and the real Camilla Parker Bowles.

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Sisters of War

As WWII rages, a group of Australian nurses and Catholic nuns on a Pacific island become Japanese prisoners of war. Based on real events, this riveting film is a tale of strength, survival, and forgiveness in the most harrowing times. Starring Claire van der Boom (Hawaii Five-O) and Sarah Snook (The Glass Castle) in award-winning performances, with Susie Porter (Janet King).

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The Far Pavilions

This epic tale of passion, treachery, and intrigue in colonial India is based on the international bestseller by M.M. Kaye. Ben Cross (Chariots of Fire) is a young army officer fighting local unrest and cultural prejudice, with Amy Irving (Traffic) as his forbidden love. Christopher Lee (The Lord of the Rings), Omar Sharif (Lawrence of Arabia), and John Gielgud (Gandhi) also star.

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Keeping Faith

Fun-loving Faith Howells is drawn into a mystery when her husband and business partner Evan (Bradley Freegard, EastEnders) disappears. He leaves for work, but never arrives. His sudden absence strikes deep into the heart of this tiny Welsh community and forces Faith to come back from extended maternity leave to defend a hopeless vagrant on shoplifting charges. As increasingly-desperate Faith searches for clues, she discovers new revelations about Evan's private life and questions how well she really knows the man she loves. Also starring Hannah Daniel (Hinterland), Matthew Gravelle (Broadchurch), Mark Lewis Jones (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), and Aneirin Hughes (Hinterland).

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Rivers With Jeremy Paxman

Britain's most beautiful and historic rivers reveal their secrets and charms in this scenic travelogue hosted by renowned British broadcaster (and avid fisherman) Jeremy Paxman. As he journeys along the Tweed, Thames, Mersey, and Severn, Paxman unearths the ancient rivers' history and traditions, explores their wildlife, and meets the people who define life along their banks.

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The Hairy Bikers' Pubs That Built Britain

In this "fine slice of working-class history" (Express, UK), the "Hairy Bikers"-professional cooks and travel buddies Si King and Dave Myers-journey all over Britain visiting the pubs, inns, and taverns that have been the site of some of history's most famous (and notorious) events, from the Great Fire of London to the Edinburgh haunts of body-snatchers Burke and Hare.

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Station X

During WWII, the fate of the world depended on the code breakers at Bletchley Park, Britain's super-secret headquarters for cracking the "unbreakable" Enigma machine. Against the odds, these schoolboys, academics, and crossword fanatics turned Germany's greatest weapon into its greatest liability. This fascinating documentary offers first-hand accounts of "Station X" and how they cracked the code.

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After Henry

A two-time BAFTA Award nominee for Best Comedy, this gentle, wry series offers a perceptive look at the relationships between three generations of women. Widow Sarah (Prunella Scales, Fawlty Towers) shares her home with her demanding mother (Joan Sanderson, Me and My Girl) and rebellious teenage daughter (Janine Wood, Doctors), but sometimes having family close by is a mixed blessing.

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Interview with a Murderer

In this gripping true-crime documentary, world-renowned criminologist David Wilson conducts a series of interviews with convicted murderer Bert Spencer, long suspected in the infamous 1978 killing of a young boy. After reexamining the evidence and speaking with the witnesses, Wilson confronts Spencer directly in a blistering and shocking exchange.

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Goodnight Sweetheart

Gary Sparrow (Nicholas Lyndhurst, New Tricks) is an ordinary bloke in 1990s Britain, married to the ambitious Yvonne and working as a TV repairman. Then his whole world changes when he stumbles upon a portal to WWII-era London and begins a dual life as an accidental time traveler in this cult favorite BBC sitcom.

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Doctor Finlay

Based on the classic stories by A.J. Cronin, this charming period drama follows Dr. Finlay (David Rintoul, Pride and Prejudice), who returns home after WWII to a rundown medical practice in a Scottish village. There, he confronts small-town politics as he advocates for change. Annette Crosbie (Calendar Girls) and Oscar nominee Ian Bannen (Waking Ned Devine) co-star.

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No Offence

From the creator of Shameless comes an "exhilarating, ballsy, and...filthily funny" (The Independent, UK) police comedy-drama with fierce female characters and a shrewd, irreverent take on crime. Joanna Scanlan (Notes on a Scandal) and Elaine Cassidy (Acceptable Risk) star as Manchester detectives hunting for a serial killer in this BAFTA Award nominee for Best Drama Series.

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Killer Net

A psychology student becomes obsessed with a computer game about planning a murder, but when his ex-girlfriend is killed in real life, he fears it may be more than a game. This chilling miniseries stars Tam Williams (Spectre) and Paul Bettany (The Avengers films).

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Reilly: Ace of Spies

Nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe, this epic miniseries tells the true story of Sidney Reilly, the legendary super-spy who inspired James Bond. Sam Neill (Jurassic Park, Peaky Blinders) stars as the suave Reilly, who spied for Britain against his native Russia in the early 1900s, even plotting to overthrow Lenin. Hugh Fraser (Poirot) and Leo McKern (Rumpole of the Bailey) also star.

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Long Shadow

This "powerful" (The Telegraph, UK) three-part documentary traces the legacy of the Great War through 100 years and 10 different countries. Cambridge historian David Reynolds examines how the war haunted the generation who lived through it and shaped the peace that followed, unleashing effects that continue to impact the world today.

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Mind Games

DI Frances O'Neil is a former nun turned criminal profiler who gets into the minds of murderers to solve crimes. When two women are found tied to chairs and beaten to death in their own homes, Frances realizes that these murders, which were initially thought to be burglaries gone wrong, are instead the work of a serial killer

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Striking Out

This charming Acorn TV Original drama follows Tara Rafferty (Amy Huberman, The Clinic), a successful Dublin lawyer. After she discovers her fiance's infidelity, she abandons her wedding plans and her job, striking out on her own by starting an unconventional private practice. Neil Morrissey (Line of Duty) and Rory Keenan (War & Peace) co-star.

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Armistice

Cambridge historian Professor David Reynolds takes a fresh look at the extraordinary events and people who crafted the 1918 armistice that ended WWI. In a journey that takes him through command centers and battlefields, he uncovers a story of wounded egos, political scheming, and brinkmanship behind the scenes as soldiers continued to fight on the front lines.

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Ackley Bridge

From the writers of the BAFTA Best Drama winner Shameless (UK) and BAFTA Best Miniseries winner National Treasure comes this school-based British drama. Ackley Bridge offers a gritty, funny, and truthful look into the daily drama of teachers, teenagers, and families whose lives and cultures collide when two schools are integrated after years of racial segregation in a small Yorkshire town.

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Scotch! The Story of Whisky

In this engaging documentary series, discover the history, culture, craftsmanship, and legacy of the beloved amber liquid from its origins in Scotland centuries ago to today's lucrative, multinational super industry.

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Girlfriends

Acclaimed actresses Phyllis Logan (The Good Karma Hospital, Downton Abbey), Miranda Richardson (Harry Potter films), and Zoe Wanamaker (Poirot) star in this addictive new drama from Kay Mellor, the BAFTA Award-winning creator of Love, Lies & Records. Three women of a certain age are juggling the challenges of modern life when a tragedy exposes secrets that put their friendship to the test.