The delightful Ashley Jensen (Catastrophe, Ugly Betty) stars as unlikely amateur detective Agatha Raisin in this "fun cross between Bridget Jones and Midsomer Murders" (The Times). In Series 3, Agatha opens her own PI agency to uncover the killers lurking in her sleepy Cotswold village, with help from her friend Roy (Mathew Horne, Gavin & Stacey) and paramour James (Jamie Glover, Waterloo Road).
After a year away from home, disgraced physician Jim Hogan (BAFTA nominee Adrian Dunbar, Line of Duty) returns to make amends with his family. But when his daughter Fiona's (Gráinne Keenan, Black Mirror) car veers off the road one night, it leads to a disturbing discovery in this "taut, stylish, and suspenseful" (The Irish Times) psychological drama. "Plenty of smart twists" --TIME.
Continuing the story of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries in a highly anticipated new feature-film adaptation, The Crypt of Tears follows the slinky, seductive, and risk-taking detective the Honorable Phryne Fisher on an international adventure in search of an ancient treasure. The film also features Nathan Page as Detective Inspector Jack Robinson and will premiere in select theatres and on Acorn TV on March 23.
Memorial photographer Brock Blennerhasset makes a living out of photographing the dead in Victorian Ireland. When a series of murders threatens to sully Blennerhasset's reputation, a tenacious detective drags him into an investigation of Dublin's criminal underbelly. The darkly comic murder mystery arrives on Acorn TV this spring.
Living in a castle seems like a fairytale come true, but for these Irish aristocrats, keeping the family home up to scratch can often feel more like a nightmare. From hosting weddings and location shoots for TV shows to the ever-increasing financial challenges of maintaining aging edifices, discover the unique joys and surprising woes of owning grand, historic estates in this BBC docuseries.
In Series 3, Lovejoy (Golden Globe® winner Ian McShane, Deadwood) trusts Eric (Chris Jury, The Big Game) with legitimizing their antiques business. Meanwhile, his wandering eye lands on an alluring widow (Joanna Lumley, Absolutely Fabulous). But the greatest romance of Lovejoy's life has always been with Lady Jane Felsham (Phyllis Logan, Downton Abbey)--if only she, too, could see it that way.
In this "very superior psychological drama" (Daily Express, UK), happily married teacher Ellie (Anna Friel, Pushing Daisies, Marcella) is devasted when her husband (Marc Warren, The Good Wife) dies in a car crash--with another woman in his car. The police dismiss it as an extramarital affair, but Ellie feels certain that something is not right and determines to learn the truth about the accident.