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Humans is set in a parallel present where the latest must-have gadget for any busy family is a 'Synth' - a highly-developed robotic servant eerily similar to its live counterpart. In the hope of transforming the way they live, one strained suburban family purchases a refurbished synth only to discover that sharing life with a machine has far-reaching and chilling consequences.
The IT Crowd
The IT Crowd is a British sitcom set in Reynhold Industries. The show follows the IT department, who work in the basement.
The IT department is made up of three employees, two of which are socially awkward and the other is their boss. The show explores their daily struggles and humorous mishaps.
Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston is returning to TV in Electric Dreams: The World of Phillip K. Dick, an anthology series based on the legendary sci-fi writer's work, Variety. The series will be written and executive-produced by Outlander's Ronald D. Moore and Justified's Michael Dinner. Cranston will also executive-produce.Still in very early stages, it will be a British-American co-production between Channel 4 and Sony Pictures Television. Each of the 10 episodes will be a standalone story.
The Great British Bake Off
Twelve amateur bakers compete in a series of challenges to test their baking skills and be named the Great British Bake Off's Best Amateur Baker.
Each episode features a signature bake, technical challenge, and showstopper bake, with one contestant eliminated each week until a winner is crowned.
Derry Girls is a sitcom set in the early 1990s during the Troubles, featuring the personal exploits of a 16 year old girl, her family and friends.
The show follows the everyday lives of a group of teenagers growing up in Derry, Northern Ireland, against the backdrop of the political conflict and sectarian violence that defined the era.
Rob and Sharon's unplanned pregnancy leads to a whirlwind romance in London. The couple must navigate cultural differences and relationship challenges.
The show explores the ups and downs of modern relationships with humor and heart. The witty writing and strong performances make for a charming and relatable series.
Taskmaster is a TV series where Greg Davies and Alex Horne assign tasks to comedians, who compete to win the game.
The show features various challenges that test the contestants' creativity, wit, and problem-solving skills. The winner of each task receives points, and the comedian with the most points at the end of the series is declared the champion.
This is a drama series which follows the plight of thirteen-year-old Ra'nell as he navigates the pitfalls of living in crime filled east-London after his mother, Lisa, is committed to a mental hospital. The story also follows the rise of a local drug dealer, Dushane, and the tough decisions he must make to stay alive and in business.
The Network is a secretive group that will stop at nothing to obtain a graphic novel that they believe contains the key to immortality.
A group of strangers, brought together by their shared obsession with the novel, must navigate a dangerous world of conspiracy and violence to uncover the truth behind The Network's sinister plans.
The Undeclared War
The Undeclared War is set during a British general election. It follows a team of analysts at GCHQ, working to prevent a cyber-attack on the electoral system.
The series takes place in 2024 and focuses on the efforts of the analysts to protect the country. GCHQ is the UK's equivalent of the NSA.