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House of the Dragon
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Handmaid's Tale
The Umbrella Academy
Rick and Morty
The Book of Boba Fett
Star Trek: Discovery
The Good Doctor
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Star Trek: Picard
Fear the Walking Dead
The Last of Us
The Wheel of Time
Superman & Lois
American Horror Story
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
Born: 03 Oct, 1959
TV Series Starring Kevin Eldon
Written only months before Jane Austen's death in 1817, Sanditon tells the story of the impulsive, spirited and unconventional Charlotte Heywood, played by Williams, and her spiky relationship with the charming Sidney Parker, played by James. When a chance accident transports her from her rural hometown of Willingden to a would-be coastal resort, it exposes Charlotte to the intrigues and dalliances of a seaside town on the make. The drama takes viewers from the West Indies to the rotting alleys of London and exposes the hidden agendas of each character and sees Charlotte discover herself and ultimately find love.
A police procedural that takes place exclusively within the confines of a police interview suite, which focuses on the intense mental conflict between the police and their suspects.
Two bickering brothers return to their PEI hometown to take care of their grumpy and ailing father, only to collide with the eccentric townsfolk and their even stranger superstitions.
Dad's Army: The Lost Episodes
Dad's Army is Britain's favourite sitcom but three of the original 80 episodes have been lost. Now, using the original scripts by Jimmy Perry and David Croft, those three episodes have been recreated as faithfully as possible and come to the screen for the first time since 1969.
The series tells the story of a bustling and glamorous five star hotel at the centre of London society and a world at war.The drama, set in 1940, shows London life through the prism of war and the impact it has on families, politics, relationships and work across every social strata - set to a soundtrack of the music of the era.
Social workers Rose and Al work in a children's services department, dealing every day with the all too familiar social issues that flood the media. Swimming against a tide of bureaucracy and pedantry, and contending with the absurdities and irrationalities of life in a county council office, the pair attempt to navigate their way through their equally trying professional and personal lives.
BBC Four will recreate three British classic Lost Sitcoms - Hancock's Half Hour, Steptoe And Son and Till Death Us Do Part - with a brand new stellar cast.
The Lost Sitcoms are part of a landmark sitcom season on the BBC and will be recorded with stripped-down, minimalist sets in front of a studio audience. The scripts for these films still exist, but the original recordings have been lost from the BBC archives.
The Last Kingdom
This eight-episode, hourlong historical drama series is adapted from Bernard Cornwell's best-selling novels, The Saxon Stories by writer Stephen Butchard.
Danger Mouse (2015)
Danger Mouse is a reboot of the popular kids show following a detective Mouse.
Sketch show starring and written by Kevin Eldon, British comedy's most prolific supporting star.
The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff
This is a four-part BBC comedy series, which premiered on BBC Two on 19 December 2011. It is a parody of the works of Charles Dickens, drawing its title from Bleak House and The Old Curiosity Shop.
Stitch and Moe travel through time and with the help of a narrator, Stitch and Moe learn a lessons on history and most important of all how to defeat Darren Dongle. The Problem with kids is that they grow up too fast, they just don't have enough time, well for some that is...
During a fictional series of Big Brother, a zombie outbreak occurs, but the house-mates are unaware of the impending doom outside of the Big Brother House.
Sci-fi comedy (in the same vein as "Red Dwarf") set in the year 2151 following the adventures of HMS Camden Lock as it looks after British interests in an ever-expanding galaxy.
This is a cartoon with obvious parallels to Vatican City and the Catholic Church. But on the other hand, there are also many differences. Firstly, it's Popetown, not Vatican City. Secondly, the 'Pope' is a very young boy (who sounds like a girl), with all the character flaws and immaturity of youth, unlike the real-life scenario where Popes have typically been elderly men (the youngest Pope in history was reported to be about 18, although there is debate and uncertainty about that).
Big Train is a surreal British television comedy sketch show created by Arthur Mathews and Graham Linehan, writers of the successful sitcom Father Ted. It was first broadcast in 1998 with a second series, in which Linehan was not involved, shown in 2002.