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New episodes weekly from Thursday 7 March.
Richard Gere leads this star-studded British drama about a powerful family who own one of the world’s most influential media empires.
Gere plays family patriarch Max, a man who deals in secrets and information and uses his power ruthlessly. Max’s son Caden (Billy Howle) is being groomed to take his father’s place, but his destructive lifestyle leads to a dramatic fall from grace – leaving the empire’s future in jeopardy.
The eight-part drama’s impressive cast list also includes Helen McCrory (Peaky Blinders), Sarah Lancashire (Happy Valley) and Ciarin Hinds (Game of Thrones).
The Red Line
New episodes weekly from Monday 29 April.
This new U.S. drama follows the devastating effects of the shooting of an innocent African-American doctor by a white police officer in Chicago. Three vastly different families lives intersect as they deal with the tragedy.
ER’s Noah Wyle returns to our screens as Daniel Calder, a high school teacher who is now mourning the loss of his doctor husband and struggling to be a single parent to his adopted daughter Jira.
The series, which is executive-produced by Ava DuVernay (Queen Sugar) and Greg Berlanti (All American), looks at both sides of the topical crisis as Officer Pete Evans has to consider whether race played a part in his actions.
Killing Eve season 2
New episodes weekly from Monday 8 April.
Named the best new show of 2018 by The Guardian, this darkly humorous psychological thriller is back for another season in April.
Picking up right where the first left off, Villanelle is injured and on the run after her showdown with Eve. Not sure if Villanelle is alive or dead, Eve sets out to find the assassin before someone else does.
After Sandra Oh took away a Golden Globe for her performance and a host of other award nominations for the show's first season, this is one show you won’t want to miss.
New episodes Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from Tuesday 9 April.
What happens when you abandon a group of hot young British singles on a tropical island together? This is no fight for survival – this reality show is all about relationships, whether it’s love, lust, rivalry or friendship.
Split into two tribes – the Sharks and the Tigers - the castaways battle it out to impress new arrivals on the island and win them over to their side. So it’s essentially a popularity contest on a beach, with the biggest tribe at the end taking the £50,000 prize money.
Prepare for banter, betrayal and beach-side romance when these Brits arrive in paradise!
Full season available Sunday 3 March.
Martin Clunes, of Doc Martin fame, stars in this gripping new crime drama about the real-life investigation into the deaths of 22-year-old Amélie Delagrange and 19-year-old Marsha McDonnell.
Clunes plays Detective Inspector Colin Sutton of the Metropolitan Police, who is originally tasked with finding Amélie’s killer with no forensic evidence, no apparent movie and no witnesses.
The three-part miniseries, which follows Sutton on the case that defined his career, was ITV’s highest-rating drama since Broadchurch when it aired in early 2019 and has been described as this year's answer to Bodyguard.
The Midnight Gang
Available Friday 1 March.
This heart-warming, magical and funny story for kids and adults alike follows Tom, a boy who finds himself on the miserable children’s ward of St Hugo’s Hospital, overseen by a terrifying porter and a wicked matron. But things aren’t as bad as they seem for Tom, as he and the other children embark on a thrilling adventure of a lifetime.
As in his other book adaptations, David Walliams stars - this time playing the Headmaster - alongside Alan Davies (Jonathan Creek) as the Porter and Haydn Gwynne (The Windsors) as the Matron.
Premieres Saturday 18 May.
George Clooney produces, directs and stars in this adaptation of Joseph Heller’s satirical novel about World War II U.S. Air Force bombardier John Yossarian (Girls’ Christopher Abbott).
Flying dangerous missions in Italy, Yossarian tries everything to be removed from active duty, but is blocked by a hilariously sinister bureaucratic rule – Catch-22.
The series has an all-star cast, with Clooney taking the role of military parade loving Scheisskopf, The Night Manager’s Hugh Laurie as Major de Coverley and Friday Night Lights star Kyle Chandler as Colonel Cathcart.