When Shadow Moon is released from prison, he meets the mysterious Mr. Wednesday and a storm begins to brew. Left adrift by the recent death of his wife, Shadow is hired as Mr. Wednesday's bodyguard. He finds himself in a hidden world where magic is real, where the Old Gods fear irrelevance and the growing power of the New Gods, and where Mr. Wednesday is building an army to reclaim his lost glory.
All ten episodes of South Park's historic 20th season are packed onto this exclusive set. Join Cartman, Kenny, Stan and Kyle as they confront the real-world consequences of online trolling, battle the member berry epidemic, come to terms with Cartman having a girlfriend, and survive the 2016 presidential election. With an exclusive, full-season creator commentary and never-before-seen deleted scenes, there's no need to go "Protocol Zero".
Few things in life can be relied upon, butthe drama, humour and wildly disparate personalities of Doc Martin and Portwenn are always guaranteed to bring joy to viewers everywhere. As we join the Doctor in this eighth series, we find his relationship with his wife Louisa back on a more even keel, although juggling their jobs with baby care is proving more challenging daily. Meanwhile Bert and Al Large face challenges of their own, with brewing whisky and running a B&B not quite turning out as they had hoped; MrsTishell suffers a terrible and unexpected setback in her life; and Penhale, already facing romantic challenges, faces a mini crime spree and decides to host a Police Open Day. Newcomers to the village include a new curate as well as Morwenna's parents, Jack and Tara who worked as missionaries in Kenya; and the village sees the return of Beth, the American tourist and veterinarian Angela Sim. And swimming through the maelstrom of it all is Doctor Ellingham, suffering humanity's foibles with little tolerance and suffering literally with a newly adopted dog, against his better judgment, underfoot.
Jack Mooney is starting to settle in on the beautiful island of Saint Marie - but he has some impossible mysteries to solve. A champion poker player, apparently poisoned at the table in front of an astonished audience. A novelist, murdered in a plot more surprising than anything he's ever written. And a spiritual leader, strangled at a time when all the suspects were each other's alibis. Jack's laconic style belies a sharp mind and relentless determination. He's a brilliant detective, and he'll need all his instinctive genius to solve these perplexing murders.
As 1968 dawns, a year of change promises to challenge the private and professional lives of Endeavour and his colleagues. Endeavour's recent promotion leads him to reluctantly mentor new recruit Fancy, while Thursday is beginning to think about life after the police. But in Oxford, crime never sleeps, and the team continue to be tested by mysterious and intriguing cases of murder, greed and deception. Meanwhile, the rise of organised crime in the city promises to change Oxford forever. When 1968 comes to a close, will things at Cowley Police Station ever be the same again?
Marta Dusseldorp leads the cast of this sweeping romantic drama set in 1950's rural Australia, following the lives of nurse, Sarah Adams and the Blighs, a wealthy and complicated family, living in Inverness, New South Wales. We pick up our story four years after we left it. It's 1958 and dark clouds are forming over Ash Park. The family are vulnerable to the malicious intentions of Sir Richard Bennett (Mark Lee) and his entanglement in their financial affairs makes their hold on Ash park precarious and tenuous. Could Regina (Jenni Baird) be their only hope of salvation, or is she playing a double game against them?
"Mum" is a sitcom by two-time BAFTA winner Stefan Golaszewski. It follows Cathy (Academy Award nominee Lesley Manville), a woman rebuilding her life after the death of her husband. Set across a year, starting with her sixtieth birthday and ending on Bonfire Night, the second series sees Cathy's relationship with her friend Michael grow and her son plan to move out as a decision needs to be made.
Jimmy McGovern's popular series of standalone dramas invites guest writers and well-known actors to tell modern stories about characters who have reached turning points in their lives and are on the verge of momentous change. In Eighteen, by Vivienne Harvey, an immigrant in foster care runs away when he has his application to remain in the UK declined, and so faces deportation back to Afghanistan. Rosie Cavaliero stars as a single mum to George (Leon Harrop); an endearing lad who has Down's Syndrome, and foster son, Mati (Antonio Aakeel), a refugee from Afghanistan, who has flourished since he moved in, aged seven. But, on his 18th birthday, a letter arrives that changes everything. It's a timely depiction of immigration and bureaucracy, filled with harrowing performances which deliver an emotional punch strong enough to question the meaning of humanity. Further episodes concern a mother's struggle to realise her teenage son no longer needs her; a father's tragic attempt to reconcile with his daughter; the pressures faced by a young man on a zero-hours contract; and a grieving woman who falls for the charms of a cowboy builder.
The smash-hit whodunnit returns for its tenth anniversary series, with DI Neville Parker (Ralf Little) and the team attempting to solve a slew of mysterious murders in the sun-soaked Caribbean. There are some huge surprises in store - starting with the shock return of DS Florence Cassell (Joséphine Jobert). Can she help Neville embrace life on the island? New arrival Marion Pryce (Tahj Miles), a former petty criminal and now trainee police officer, is the least of JP's (Tobi Bakare)'s challenges as he prepares for the arrival of twins whilst facing a life-changing decision. Meanwhile Selwyn (Don Warrington) finds himself in the firing line and Catherine (Elizabeth Bourgine) faces grave danger following the death of a friend. And as if that wasn't enough, DS Camille Bordey (Sara Martins) is back to assist with a particularly baffling and highly personal case - and DI Richard Poole (Ben Miller) makes his presence felt too...With its usual combination of intriguing puzzles, famous guest stars and beautiful locations, the show is stronger than ever as it celebrates a decade as one of TV's most popular programmes.