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Blood

Likened to Broadchurch and The Killing by critics, this psychological mystery is “must-see TV…taut, stylish, and suspenseful” (The Irish Times). BAFTA nominee Adrian Dunbar (Line of Duty) stars as a respected doctor in a small Irish town. When his wife dies, everyone believes it was an accident—except his daughter (Carolina Main, Unforgotten), who mistrusts her father because of a childhood trauma.

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The Art Detectives

At any one time, over 80% of Britain's publicly owned art collection is locked away in storage. Among this secret treasure trove are some of the finest works of art the public owns. Dr. Bendor Grosvenor and Jacky Klein seek out the work of some of the biggest names in art, lying hidden in local museums and country houses all across Britain.

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Murphy's Law

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.

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The Worst Week of My Life

This hilarious comedy of errors follows a young couple through three momentous weeks in their lives: the lead-up to their wedding, before the birth of their baby, and through Christmas with their families. As accident-prone Howard (Ben Miller, Death in Paradise) makes a mess of everything, his long-suffering love (Sarah Alexander, Coupling) and in-laws wonder what else can possibly go wrong.

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Lord & Master

Dutch with English subtitles. This lighthearted series features the adventures of playboy Valentijn Rixtus Bentinck. Lovingly raised by a priest at a Catholic boarding school, Valentijn received an exemplary education as well as an impressive inheritance. However, while his life is full of excitement, he longs to solve the mystery of his origins.

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The Moodys

How does a dysfunctional family get through family functions? This hilarious Australian comedy tackles that question by following the Moody clan on successive Christmases, and then through a series of get-togethers over the course of a year. Through all the fun, fights, bad gifts, boring uncles, and shocking secrets, this sweetly amusing series revels in the many absurdities of family life.

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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 4-12 not available in Canada.

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Wild Decembers

A centuries-old feud threatens the happiness of two young lovers in this Irish romantic drama from acclaimed writer Edna O’Brien.

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The Real Doctor Zhivago

This documentary traces Boris Pasternak's personal journey as he wrote Doctor Zhivago over 20 tumultuous years, risking his life to be truthful about the Soviet regime.

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Henry IX

Henry is a fortysomething man suffering a midlife crisis and looking to escape, but for one big roadblock—he’s the King of England. Starring Charles Edwards (The Terror), Sally Phillips (Bridget Jones’s Diary), Annette Crosbie (Little Dorrit), and Don Warrington (Death in Paradise), this gentle British comedy features “affectionate humor and an all-star cast” (The Mirror, UK).

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The Brokenwood Mysteries

This quirky New Zealand mystery follows DI Mike Shepherd, who arrives to the seemingly peaceful town of Brokenwood with a classic car, a country music collection, and an indeterminate number of ex-wives. His assistant, DC Kristin Sims, is a by-the-book investigator 15 years younger than her boss's car. Shepherd soon discovers that Brokenwood is full of secrets and suspicions.

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Agatha Raisin

Ashley Jensen stars in this quintessentially British village mystery based on the bestselling books by M.C. Beaton. Burnt out on office politics, Agatha Raisin retires early to a quaint village in the Cotswolds and soon finds a second career as an amateur detective investigating mischief, mayhem, and murder in her deceptively devious town.

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Lords and Ladles

Three of Ireland’s top chefs take viewers on a historical journey through the weird and wondrous glories of food. In each episode, they arrive at a stately country home to recreate a grand dinner from its past, using old recipes, unusual ingredients, and traditional cooking methods. “A fascinating look at the menus of yore, and a decent primer on Irish castles” —The New York Times.