Top TV Series
House of the Dragon
The Last of Us
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Umbrella Academy
The Handmaid's Tale
Rick and Morty
Star Trek: Discovery
The Good Doctor
The Wheel of Time
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
Only Murders in the Building
Superman & Lois
The Morning Show
American Horror Story
The White Lotus
TV Series Starring Frances Grey
Inspired by the best-selling novel by Hideo Yokoyama, this drama series, set primarily in Glasgow, is a dark and compelling story of kidnap, corruption, betrayal and an uncompromising search for the truth, when Chris and Michelle O'Neill's teenage daughter goes missing.
In this murder mystery drama, a young man is shot dead by a member of his close family.
Home Fires (UK)
During WWII, a group of women in Cheshire band together to help their community. Based on a true story, Home Fires showcases the strength of women during wartime.
As the men go off to fight, the women of Great Paxford must navigate the challenges of rationing, air raids, and personal struggles. Home Fires offers a glimpse into the everyday lives of those left behind during the war.
Critically acclaimed Ken Stott (The Vice, The Singing Detective) stars as Detective Chief Inspector Red Metcalfe, a brilliant detective who once turned in his own brother for murder. Ten years later, Red has earned a reputation for his impressive ability to get into the minds of killers, but two disturbing murders on the same day spark the most baffling and damaging case of his career. Both killings bear the murderer's trademark-as do the grisly deaths that follow-the victim's tongue is cut out and a silver spoon is inserted in their mouth.
As the killings mount up, Red is taunted by the fact that he can find no motive, no pattern-nothing to connect the victims apart from the killer's grisly trademark.
Vanity Fair (1998)
"I am poor and put upon," concedes Becky Sharp during the first episode of Vanity Fair, but it rapidly becomes clear that she intends to change this situation, scrambling up the social ladder by exploiting her guile, good looks and the gullibility of doting males. In the light of her selfish, single-minded resolve to achieve success, Sharp may be viewed as an optimistic dreamer, pragmatic schemer, proto-feminist or a coquettish combination of all three.