In this suspenseful British legal drama, a husband is put on trial for his wife's death-but was it murder, or an act of love? Tony Powell (Dean Andrews, Life on Mars) claims he helped his terminally ill wife (Caroline Langrishe, Judge John Deed) commit suicide, but when he appears to be hiding something, his lawyers fight for the truth behind the controversial case.
Penelope Keith (To the Manor Born) stars in this genial Britcom as Caroline Fairchild, a mother of five who's ready to reenter the workforce. Her husband is encouraging-until Caroline is hired as the editorial director at his publishing house. Can a married couple work together successfully in high-powered jobs? Also starring Peter Bowles (The Irish R.M.) and Geoffrey Palmer (As Time Goes By).
Detective Tommy Murphy (James Nesbitt, Cold Feet, Match Point) has nothing left to lose. Guilt-ridden over the death of his young daughter, who was slain by the IRA, he flees to London to work undercover assignments for the Metropolitan Police in this gritty and "eminently watchable" (San Francisco Chronicle) mystery series.
Martin Clunes (Doc Martin) stars in this true-crime drama as DCI Colin Sutton, the lead detective on a case that captivated Britain. When a young French woman is killed in London, the investigation yields no forensics, motive, or witnesses. But when Sutton connects the crime to two other murders, he realizes he must hunt down a serial killer. "Clunes is a revelation" -The Telegraph (UK).
Henry Frederick Stuart was the best king Britain never had. The son of King James I of England and Queen Anne, he started the British Museum and the Royal Collection and was the first royal prince to back a permanent settlement on American soil in the early 1700s. This immersive documentary resurrects this forgotten prince from the shadows of history and reveals the tragedy of his lost potential.
Based on a critically acclaimed memoir, this BBC drama is the touching and humorous story of Sathnam (Sacha Dhawan, Iron Fist), a second-generation Indian raised in Britain, who struggles to reconcile his traditional upbringing with his multicultural modern life. "Soul-searching and impeccably acted" (The Telegraph), it also stars Joanna Vanderham (The Paradise) and Deepti Naval (Lion).
This charming docuseries follows the remarkable quest of BBC presenter Kate Humble and Teg, her Welsh sheepdog, one of the world's rarest herding breeds. From sheepdog trials to droving, DNA profiling to a nationwide search for a genetically suitable mate, Kate and Teg's journey is both a celebration of Welsh history and traditions and of the bond between humans and their dogs.
This acclaimed series turns the classic crime drama on its head and takes a compelling look at the true nature of guilt and innocence. Featuring Sean Bean (Lord of the Rings), Christopher Eccleston (The Leftovers), Mackenzie Crook (Detectorists), Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who), and a host of other British heavyweights. CC Available.
London's best detectives take on its worst crimes in this sleek mystery series from the creator of Suspects. DI David Bradford (Hugo Speer, Father Brown) heads an elite murder squad, but the one case he can't crack is the one closest to him - the disappearance of his wife. Also starring Sharon Small (The Inspector Lynley Mysteries), Bailey Patrick (Bodyguard), and Tori Allen-Martin (Unforgotten).
London's Savile Row is an iconic address, where the bespoke tailors of Mayfair have outfitted well-heeled clientele for centuries. This three-part BBC documentary series examines the challenges confronting tailors today, as they try to appeal to the next generation of customers, market themselves internationally, and keep their craft alive in the face of giant retail chains.
Toby Jones (Detectorists) "gives a lovely, very human, performance" (The Guardian, UK) in this heartwarming British drama based on the true story of Neil Baldwin, a man with learning difficulties who confounded expectations and defied definition at every turn. From being a circus clown to working for the Stoke City Football Club, Neil makes his dreams happen. "Sweet and sharp" -The Telegraph (UK).
On a quiet summer evening in a small Dutch village, a teenage girl goes missing while riding her bike. Was it an abduction, an escape, or a murder? When a second person disappears without a trace, the townsfolk of Oldenheim start to succumb to paranoia and suspicion as they wonder who will be next. This Dutch-language thriller stars Noortje Herlaar and Nasrdin Dchar.
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 4-12 not available in Canada.