TV Series created by Bryan Elsley

Kiss Me FirstKiss Me First
Channel 4, 2018 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Mystery, Thriller, Sci-Fi | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.4/5

It tells the story of Leila, a lonely 17 year old girl addicted to a fictional online gaming site called Agora. While playing on the platform, Leila meets Tess, a cool and confident party girl who harbours a dark secret. In the real world, the two girls become friends, but after Tess disappears Leila decides to assume her friend's identity and in doing so is quickly drawn into unravelling the mystery behind her disappearance. The series will combine live action with computer-generated virtual world sequences to create the parallel worlds of Leila and Tess' real life and that of their online alter egos 'Shadowfax' and 'Mania' in the virtual world of Agora.


DatesDates
Channel 4, 2013 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Romance | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.3/5

This is a drama series featuring people seeking romance, following their first meetings with different potential partners.


Skins (US)Skins (US)
MTV, 2011 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama, Teens, Romance | ► Trailer

An American version of the Britsh series, "Skins", set in Baltimore, tells authentic stories about the up's and downs of adolescent life. Touching on love, drugs, sex, and friendship, the show reflects everyday teenage life in all its aspects.


SkinsSkins
E4, 2007 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama, Teens | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.1/5

Fast-paced and full of angst-ridden fun, this British drama may be based on teenage characters, but its content is strictly adult. Watch as eleven teens struggle with highly-charged issues of race, religion, sexuality, drugs, and food disorders. With a solid set of good actors, expect the drama to consist of a lot of well-played emotional ups and downs.


Rose and MaloneyRose and Maloney
ITV, 2002 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Crime
Rating: 5/5

Who Does It Take To Put Justice on Trial? Rose Linden (Sarah Lancashire) is a lead caseworker with the Criminal Justice Review Agency, an organization that investigates possible miscarriages of justice. She is brilliant and dedicated, but her maverick attitude often both inspires and frustrates her CJRA partner, the very non-confrontational Maloney (Phil Davis). What the two do have in common, however, is a dedication to rooting out truth. It's no easy job. As they work to disentangle memories from facts, seeking to make amends for lives shattered by incompetence and gross injustices, Rose and Maloney learn all too well that, when past and present collide, the truth is invariably the victim.