Browsing

shows on ITV

-
on top


browse by


Benidorm
ITV,

2007

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Join a group of holiday-makers at an all-inclusive resort in sunny Spain as they work to get the most value for their money.


Innocent
ITV,

2018

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

The four-part drama series tells the compelling story of David Collier (Lee Ingleby) who is living a nightmare. Convicted of murdering his wife Tara, David has served seven years in prison. He's lost everything he held dear: his wife, his two children and even the house he owned. He's always protested his innocence and faces the rest of his life behind bars. His situation couldn't be more desperate. Despised by his wife's family and friends, his only support has been his faithful brother Phil (Daniel Ryan) who has stood by him, sacrificing his own career and livelihood to mount a tireless campaign to prove his brother's innocence.


Cleaning Up
ITV,

2019

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

An ordinary working class mum is caught between two contrasting worlds - the everyday grind of suburban life and the high-risk game of insider trading.


Law & Order: UK
ITV,

2009

| Drama, Action, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

The longest running crime series in U.S. television history is making its way across the pond for a UK reworking. Series creator Dick Wolf is set to give Law & Order a makeover-for fans in the UK. Law & Order: UK promises to retain the grittiness of the original series, but be uniquely British.


Jericho (2016)

Yesterday wilderness. Tomorrow civilisation. In the Yorkshire Dales in the 1870s, the shantytown of Jericho is the home of a community that will live, thrive and die in the shadow of the viaduct they've been brought together to build.


Manhunt (ITV)
ITV,

2019

| Drama, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.9/5

Manhunt is the real life story of how the murder of French National, Amelie Delagrange, on Twickenham Green in August 2004 was eventually linked to the murders of Marsha McDonnell in 2003 and the abduction and murder of Milly Dowler as she travelled home from school in 2002. Walking home following a night out with friends, 22 years old Amelie was savagely attacked and struck several times on the back of the head with a hammer. Although relatively experienced in murder investigation, DCI Sutton was assigned to the case by London's Metropolitan Police. Hard working and instinctive, Sutton dedicated himself to finding Amelie's killer. With very little evidence, his painstaking approach and the diligence of his fellow officers gradually led to breakthroughs in the case.


Prey (UK)
ITV,

2014

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.3/5

The show stars John Simm as Detective Sergeant Marcus Farrow who is wrongly accused and arrested for a shocking crime. After managing to escape police custody he becomes an outlaw and becomes involved in a game of cat and mouse with Acting Detective Chief Inspector Susan Reinhardt.


Doctor Thorne
ITV,

2016

| Drama

Doctor Thorne by Anthony Trollope is the story of Dr Thomas Thorne, who lives in the village of Greshamsbury in Barsetshire, with his beautiful niece, Mary, a girl blessed with every gift except money. Mary Thorne has grown up alongside the Gresham sisters


Home Fires (UK)
ITV,

2015

| Drama, History | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

The show follows the true story of a inspirational group of Cheshire women who during the second world war, pull together all of their resources to help a cut off community.


Tutankhamun
ITV,

2016

| Drama
Rating: 3/5

Tutankhamun is based on the compelling story of Howard Carter played by Max Irons (Woman In Gold, The White Queen) and his discovery of the tomb of one of Ancient Egypt's forgotten pharaohs, the boy-king Tutankhamun. Sam Neill (Peaky Blinders, The Tudors) takes the role of the dashing and eccentric Lord Carnarvon who keeps faith with Carter and continues to back his expeditions when no one else will.The story written by leading screenwriter Guy Burt (Jekyll and Hyde, The Bletchley Circle, The Borgias) focuses on the legendary personal story of Carter, a solitary man on the edge of society who became an iconic figure and an unlikely hero.Set against the great sweep of ochre sands, looming cliffs and baking heat of Egypt's Valley of the Kings, the story unfolds in 1905 when Carter, an eminent British archaeologist who we meet in his early 20's, is fervently leading an expedition. Amidst the chaos scattered across the Valley floor, Carter's grim determination to find lost antiquities is only too apparent. He has an easy manner with the Egyptian men who work alongside him, but when tempers fray Carter is hotheaded and puts the dig and his career in jeopardy. With his license to dig revoked by Cairo's Antiquities Service, Carter spends years ostracised, dishevelled and living rough and resorting to selling previously discovered archaeological relics to buy food.A chance meeting with the privileged and fast living British aristocrat, Lord Carnarvon, brings a change of fortunes as the enthusiastic amateur needs an experienced archaeologist to help him with a series of random excavations. Carter and Carnarvon begin the most unlikely friendship, in spite of their differences in background and character. After years of searching for the tomb, Carter and Carnarvon successfully discover the last resting place of the boy-king in 1921 against all odds and at great personal expense.


« Previous 1 ... 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 52 Next »