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A Tale of Two Sisters: The Royals

Premieres in North America January 31st. Only Series 2 available. Rachael Stirling (Detectorists) narrates this documentary series about some of Britain's most famous royal sisters through history, whether it's the disparate legacies of "Bloody" Mary and Queen Elizabeth I, the divergent paths traveled by Anne and Mary Boleyn despite both being loves of Henry VIII, or the ways that the modern lens of the media portrayed Windsor princesses Elizabeth and Margaret.

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Murder Maps

Series 2 premieres February 21st. This drama-documentary series goes back in time to present the most shocking and surprising murder cases over the last few centuries of Britain's history. From brutal killings that captivated the press and the public, to the frightful murderers operating in the shadow of Jack the Ripper, these terrible tales show that some of the most dreadful crimes happened in real life.

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Premieries in North America January 31st. Premieries in Latin America February 3rd. Sarah (Emmy® winner Jodie Comer, Killing Eve) finds unexpected confidence working as a care assistant in a home for the elderly, where she forms an unlikely bond with a resident (Stephen Graham, Boardwalk Empire) who has early onset dementia. But when the coronavirus pandemic hits, they are put to the test under horrifying circumstances. "Poignant… [and] powerful" -The Week.

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Republic of Doyle

Season 6 coming to the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand on January 31. For Jake Doyle (Allan Hawco), trouble is a way of life. He and his ex-cop father, Malachy (Sean McGinley), run a Newfoundland detective agency in a rugged seaside town. They never lack for intriguing cases-and they're not always on the right side of the law-but the real fireworks stem from Jake's roguish ways. "Endearing, character-driven gumshoe dramedy" -Toronto Star.