TV Series created by Sally Wainwright
Gentleman Jack
HBO,

2019

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.2/5

Gentleman Jack is a remarkable and unlikely love story set in the complex, changing world of 1832 Halifax - the cradle of the industrial revolution - just as it's all kicking off. The drama will explore Anne Lister's relationships at home with her family, her servants, her tenants and her industrial rivals, who will use any dirty tricks they can to bring her down. At its heart is her relationship with her would-be wife, the wealthy heiress Ann Walker. It has all the warmth, wit, humour and complexity that audiences have come to associate with Sally Wainwright's writing.


Happy Valley
BBC One,

2014

| Drama, Family | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

When a kidnap spirals out of control, Yorkshire police sergeant Catherine Cawood comes face to face with the man who destroyed her family.Kevin Weatherill pays a visit to Catherine Cawood at a West Yorkshire police station to report a crime. It involves holding his boss' daughter for ransom and using the money to send his children to a private school.


Last Tango In Halifax
BBC One,

2012

| Drama, Family, Soaps | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

Northern family story centering on the new-found love between grandparents of two different families.


Scott And Bailey
ITV,

2011

| Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.8/5

The series follows the two detectives, part of Manchester Metropolitan Police's Major Incident Team, as they live their lives and investigate murder cases.


Unforgiven

Unforgiven tells the story of Ruth Slater (Suranne Jones) who has spent the past 15 years imprisoned for the murder of two policemen, and now faces the daunting prospect of rebuilding her life whilst being irresistibly drawn to the place that haunts her, Upper Hanging Stones Farm. In spite of trying to focus on the future and her new boyfriend Brad (Will Mellor), Ruth is unable to forget her past and the sister, Katie, who she was forced to leave behind. Outraged to hear that the woman who killed their father has been released, Kieran (Jack Deam) and Steve Whelan (Matthew McNulty) are eager to seek revenge. Believing that life should mean life, the two brothers decide to take the law into their own hands. But just how far are they capable of going? Can they really do to her what she did to their father?