A 6-part drama series that follows Father Michael Kerrigan (Sean Bean), a well-respected Catholic priest presiding over a large parish on the outskirts of a major city in northern England.
After a teenage girl's perplexing suicide, a classmate receives a series of tapes that unravel the mystery of her tragic choice.
Centered on characters who share the same birthday, the story follows several decades in the lives of Jack and Rebecca Pearson. As the plot unfolds, it traverses numerous timelines, and intertwines the stories of people whose lives connect in unexpected ways. Filled with memorable performances from its acclaimed cast, it is a smart, poignant dramedy.
The true story of Colombia's infamously violent and powerful drug cartels fuels this gritty gangster drama series.
The BBC drama that outraged royalists long before they even saw it. There’s a new king; Prince William and Kate “Lady Macbeth” Middleton are plotting his downfall; Prince Harry gets a plebeian, republican girlfriend – and Princess Diana’s ghost stalks the halls of the Palace.
Dr. Gemma Foster's charmed life explodes when she suspects her husband of an affair. As dark, deceitful secrets come to light, will she live a lie for the sake of her family and career?
Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis star in this bold new drama set in the ego-driven world of New York high finance.
Based on the book "The run of his life" by Jeffrey Toobin, this Emmy-award nominated series explores the murder trial of the century from the perspective of the lawyers.
What begins as a chance romance between two people from opposite walks of life - one an antisocial investment banker, the other a slacker romantic - quickly unravels when the reclusive banker disappears under suspicious circumstances, exposing his real identity as a spy and forcing his lover down a dark path to reveal the truth.
The sleeper hit of 2015 is a mesmerising, trippy tale of hacktivism and corporate evil that plays fast and loose with the truth and has two stand-out performances from Rami Malek and Christian Slater
A compelling 8 part miniseries about the disappearance of a child and the aftermath of the disappearance of a child, to be precise. Cutting back and forth between the summer of 2006 and the winter of 2014, "The Missing" is at once an unfolding mystery and a cold-case story. James Nesbitt and Frances O'Connor play Tony and Emily Hughes, a London couple vacationing in France with their 5-year-old son, Oliver. Their car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, and they are forced to put up in a country town whose populace has been temporarily deranged by the 2006 World Cup.
Childhood sweethearts Alan and Celia, both widowed and in their 70s, fall for each other all over again when they are reunited on the internet after nearly 60 years.
Two rival barristers, one an idealistic defense lawyer (Maxine Peake), and the other a ruthless prosecutor (Rupert Penry-Jones) compete for the prestigious appointment as Queen's Counsel in three episodes of high-stakes cases and the rivalry, tension, and intrigue on the front lines of criminal law.
Involved in a car accident in 2006, DCI Sam Tyler (John Simm) wakes up to find himself in 1973, the era of 'Sweeney' type policing, Mark III Cortinas, flared trousers, and the marvelous DCI Gene Hunt as his boss.
James Nesbitt stars as the brilliant and unusual neurosurgeon Gabriel Monroe, a flawed genius who never lets anyone forget his flaws or his genius, in a series of compelling stories about life or death situations.
A psychological thriller about a CIA officer (Claire Danes) who believes that a U.S. Marine (Damian Lewis) held captive by Al-Qaeda for 8 years now poses a significant risk to national security.
A dark drama set in Charming, a sheltered community watched over by a renegade motorcycle club intent on protecting the town from the newcomers that threaten it. Jackson "Jax" Teller is one member of the brotherhood, who finds his own loyalty to the group tested when he experiences its increasing lawlessness and notoriety, while at the same time adjusting to life as a father.
Maeve and Mark meet in London under unusual circumstances: both are recently deceased. Maeve was killed by a hit-and-run driver, and Mark died during a routine surgery while his wife was giving birth to their son. The two mismatched souls find themselves still in this world, thrown together in a weird and wonderful afterlife.
Johnny Worricker (Bill Nighy) is a long-serving MI5 officer. His boss and best friend Benedict Baron (Michael Gambon) dies suddenly, leaving behind him an inexplicable file, threatening the stability of the organization.
In a crime family saga set in 1984 and spanning 10 years, The Take stars Tom Hardy as violent gangster Freddie Jackson and Brian Cox as devious crime boss Ozzy. Just released from a 4-year stretch in jail, Freddie is now a free man who plans to take the London criminal world by storm.
The Street is a star-studded drama featuring six extraordinary stories of ordinary people and how their lives intertwine living on the same street. Set in Manchester, this series stars Jim Broadbent, Jane Horrocks, Timothy Spall, Bob Hoskins and Matt Smith.