Exploring the sinister underbelly of Europe, this compelling Irish thriller follows a journalist (Finbar Lynch, Suffragette) who discovers a link between the murder of a car thief and a network of human traffickers that reaches to the heights of government power. Also starring Orla Brady (Fringe) and Sidse Babett Knudsen (Westworld).
Dee Stanton (Jemma Redgrave, Holby City) seems to have a perfect life, with a blossoming career and a handsome fiance (Robson Green, Grantchester). But Dee's tragic past comes back to haunt her when her son learns his father is a convicted serial killer. After a girl's murder, Dee fears history is repeating itself. This gripping psychological thriller also stars Tara Fitzgerald (Game of Thrones).
From renowned mystery writer Agatha Christie come these tales of intrigue and romance set in Art Deco-era England. "An engrossing, mystery-lover's treasure from beginning to end" (Library Bookwatch), these classic adaptations feature star-studded casts, including John Nettles (Midsomer Murders), Amanda Redman (New Tricks), Stephanie Cole (Doc Martin), and Rupert Everett (My Best Friend's Wedding).
When a young woman's body turns up with evidence that she had been held prisoner, the investigation leads DI Cadi John (Sian Reese-Williams, Requiem) to a string of disappearances in a remote yet striking corner of Wales. This noir thriller from the team behind Hinterland is a gripping mystery with "superb performances all-round" (KillingTimes.tv).
"British drama at its spectacular best" (The Globe and Mail, Canada), this biting satire based on the acclaimed novel skewers British hypocrisy. Richard Johnson (The Camomile Lawn) plays a historian coming to terms with his life's folly and the affair he had with his best friend's fiancee (Tara Fitzgerald, Game of Thrones). Co-starring Daniel Craig (Casino Royale) in one of his first roles.
Discover the history hidden along Britain's 11,000 miles of coastline with this fun and fascinating docuseries. Paleontologist Tori Herridge and historian Alex Langlands join coastal archaeologists to uncover amazing stories of shipwrecks, abandoned villages, and forgotten harbors that only appear for a few hours each day when the tide goes out.
In this gentle Australian dramedy, when spoiled socialite Louisa Atherton (Kerry Armstrong, SeaChange) is suddenly widowed at 49, her life is upended. Now broke, she moves with her teenage daughter to her quiet hometown, where her estranged mother still resides, and takes possession of a tumbledown shack. Can Louisa reinvent herself and repair her fractured family relationships along the way?
Italian with English subtitles. Based on the same Emile Zola novel that inspired the hit series The Paradise, this Italian-language import follows Teresa Iorio, a young woman who leaves her rural Sicilian hometown for Milan. Teresa finds work--and much more--at a newly opened department store: The Ladies' Paradise.
In this "absorbing [and] ingenious" (Variety) mystery, journalist Catherine Heathcote is making a film about the 1963 disappearance of a schoolgirl when events force her to reexamine the original investigation, led by DI George Bennett (Lee Ingleby, George Gently). Based on the acclaimed novel by Val McDermid, this award-winning miniseries also stars Greg Wise (The Crown).
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.
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).
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.
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?
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.
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).