One of television's most exhilarating series, "The Americans", returns for Season 2 - with more danger, more intrigue and more steamy alliances. Technological advances have escalated Cold War tensions to an all-time high, and undercover KGB operatives Elizabeth and Philip Jennings (Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys) face the growing threat of discovery. As their assignments grow more deadly, their family is in more danger, and their loyalties are tested like never before in this thrilling series.
"The Paperboy" is the story of two brothers: Ward (Matthew McConaughey), a successful reporter and Jack (Zac Efron), a college dropout. Ward returns to his hometown to investigate the case of a wrongly convicted, but deeply unsavoury man, who has been sentenced to death for murdering a sheriff. As the brothers dig deeper, it becomes clear that they are on a journey filled with lust and betrayal.
Secrets can be deadly in this suspenseful thriller about undercover Russian spies in 1980s Washington, D. C. Philip (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth Jennings (Keri Russell) seem to be a typical suburban couple, but they're actually lethal KGB agents plotting to bring down America. As the Cold War escalates, Philip and Elizabeth must take extreme measures to continue their mission and keep their true identities hidden. But when an FBI agent moves in across the street, they become ensnared in a pulse-pounding game of cat and mouse.
Set against the outbreak of World War I, 'A Promise' centres on Charlotte Hoffmeister a married woman who falls in love with her husbands protege, Friedrich Zeitz (Richard Madden). Bound by duty and divided by the impending war, the young lovers pledge their devotion to each other in spite of what their future holds. Adapted from Stefan Zweig's novel Journey into the Past and directed by Patrice Leconte, 'A Promise' is a passionate and romantic drama about forbidden love.
In 1978 Jeff Wayne composed and produced one of the most groundbreaking and best-selling musical works of all time. In 2006 after much anticipation Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of The Worlds was brought to the stage for the first time, playing to sold-out arenas across the UK. The War of The Worlds Live is a spectacular mix of live music, theatre, multi-media and visual arts on a grand scale. It combines the brilliance of the original performers including Jeff Wayne, Justin Hayward, Chris Thompson and even the late Richard Burton ('In Sight and Sound') along with a brand new cast, the 10-piece Black Smoke Band, the 48-piece ULLAdubULLA Strings and an unforgettable fully operating 30ft Martian Fighting Machine!
"Top of the Lake: China Girl" is a crime mystery story that finds Detective Robin Griffin (Elisabeth Moss) recently returned to Sydney and trying to rebuild her life. When the body of an Asian girl washes up on Bondi Beach, there appears little hope of finding the killer, until Robin discovers 'China Girl' didn't die alone. Robin looks to the investigation to restore herself, but her problems are personal. Haunted by a daughter given up at birth, Robin desperately wants to find her, yet dreads revealing the truth of her conception. But her search to discover 'China Girl's' identity will take her into the city's darkest recesses and closer than she could have imagined to the secrets of her own heart.
Twelve-year-old Tui Mitcham, daughter of the local drug lord, is pulled from the freezing waters of an alpine lake in New Zealand. She is discovered to be pregnant and won't say who the father is. Then she disappears. Robin Griffin is the straight-talking detective experienced in child protection who is called in to investigate. But as Robin becomes more and more obsessed with the search for Tui, she begins to realise that finding the girl is tantamount to finding herself - a self she has kept well-hidden. Set against a vast, varied terrain - moody, pure and remote - Top of the Lake is a story about our search for happiness, where the dream of paradise attracts its dark twin, the fall.
Summer, 1939. Warsaw. Young translator Harry Chase (Jonah Hauer-King) and Polish waitress Kasia Tomaszeski (Zofia Wichfacz) are deeply in love, but when US reporter Nancy Campbell (Helen Hunt) discovers German tanks poised to invade, Harry grows desperate to save Kasia from Warsaw's fate. How will he explain this to sweetheart Lois Bennett (Julia Brown), and his supercilious mother Robina, (Lesley Manville) waiting for him in Manchester? And how will Lois's shellshocked father Douglas (Sean Bean) cope with news of another war? Meanwhile, Nancy's nephew Webster O'Connor (Brian J. Smith) finds sanctuary in liberal Paris, as her friends in Berlin, the Rosslers (Victoria Mayer and Johannes Zeiler), must keep a dangerous secret from the nazi regime...
Alan (Bill Nighy) is a stylish tailor with moves as sharp as his suits. He has spent years searching tirelessly for his missing son Michael who stormed out over a game of Scrabble. With a body to identify and his family torn apart, Alan must repair the relationship with his youngest son Peter (Sam Riley / Oliver Sindcup) and solve the mystery of an online player who he thinks could be Michael, so he can finally move on and reunite his family.
When two inmates from Auschwitz hear they are days away from execution, they soon realise that if they are ever to escape, the time is now. Exposing the truth about the horrors of Auschwitz becomes their mission as they evade the feared guards and attempt to escape the terror of the Nazi regime.
When renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is found dead at his estate just after his 85th birthday, the inquisitive and debonair Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) is mysteriously enlisted to investigate. From Harlan's dysfunctional family to his devoted staff, Blanc sifts through a web of red herrings and self-serving lies to uncover the truth behind Harlan's untimely death.
Working as a stripper to make ends meet, Destiny's life changes forever when she meets self-assured Ramona (Jennifer Lopez), the club's top money earner and matriarch. Under Ramona's wing, Destiny (Constance Wu) soon learns how to work her way around the wealthy Wall Street regulars. When the 2008 economic collapse forces them out of work, the savvy former strip club employees band together to turn the tables on their old clients. Inspired by the viral 2016 article titled The Hustlers at Scores, this is a true story about glamour, greed and above all, friendship.
Set in 1945, this gripping and emotionally charged drama follows a young woman, Feef Symonds (Emma Appleton) who is thrust into the dark and dangerous world of double agents. With the Second World War over, Britain, America and Russia are all vying for control over the new world order. Trained as a spy during the war but not given the chance to utilise her new skills, Feef lands a job in the British Civil Service alongside the formidable Priscilla (Keeley Hawe). In the aftermath of the shock election win by the Labour Party, American agent, Rowe (Michael Stuhlbarg), targets Feef to spy on her own country. Her mission: to root out suspected Soviet penetration of the British Government. Rising to the challenge, she is about to discover how dangerous a double life can be and is left wondering if she's made a terrible mistake?
From director Richard Attenborough comes Closing the Ring, a deeply moving love story of an American woman who honours a wartime promise of love with a lifetime of heartache until the discovery of a gold ring reawakens her.
Academy Award nominee Agnieszka Holland brings to the screen the extraordinary and powerful story of the real-life Welsh journalist who uncovered Stalin's genocidal famine in Ukraine, which killed almost 10 million during The Holodomor of 1932 and 1933. Gareth Jones (James Norton) is an ambitious Welsh journalist, who gained fame after his report on being the first foreign journalist to fly with Hitler. On leaving a government role, Jones decides to travel to Moscow in an attempt to get an interview with Stalin himself. Hearing murmurs of government-induced famine, Jones travels clandestinely to Ukraine, where he witnesses the atrocities of man-made starvation. Deported back to London, Jones publishes an article revealing the horrors he witnessed, but is accused of being a liar by those who have an interest in silencing him. As the death count mounts, Jones has to fight for the truth.