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The Walking Dead
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This Is Us
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Book of Boba Fett
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His Dark Materials
Raised by Wolves
New Amsterdam (2018)
Attack on Titan
American Horror Story
The Wheel of Time
Superman & Lois
Born: 07 Dec, 1943
TV Series Starring Sue Johnston
The Cockfields follows Simon, who is taking girlfriend Donna back home to the Isle of Wight for the very first time. he has been persuaded to mark the occasion of his 40th birthday back at the Cockfield family home and there's a fair amount of Isle of Wight "fun" in store for the pair of them. Can Simon survive a long (very long) birthday weekend with his biological and extended family without losing his cool, or his girlfriend?
Hold the Sunset
For Edith, life is pretty good. She's been a widow for some years now, but her children live locally and drop by regularly, and she enjoys daily visits from Phil, an old boyfriend who now lives across the road.
Phil dreams of marrying Edith, and the pair of them upping sticks and moving abroad to the sunshine. But after months of turning him down, on the happy day Edith finally says "yes", there's a knock on the door - and there on the step, with a large suitcase, is her 50 year old son Roger. He announces that he's left his wife, his kids and his good job at the bank, and come home in an attempt to find his lost happiness again. And in a blink, to Edith's dismay and Phil's fury, all dreams are on hold.
Age Before Beauty
Married to Wesley for 25 years, Bel has spent the last 18 years as a homemaker and mum to their twins, but having just waved them off to university, now has a void in her life. Enter Teddy , brother-in-law and long-time best friend, begging her to step in and rescue the family business - a down-at-heel beauty salon in Manchester's Northern Quarter.
Like Bel, it could do with a bit of a face-lift. And possibly a clear-out, since it employs her high-maintenance family: mother Ivy-Rae, sisters Leanne, Tina and Heidi.
Into the mix comes beautiful 20-something Personal Trainer Lorelei who seems to have caught Wes's eye... can Bel reconcile the demands of her business, her warring family and the problems in her marriage?
The 1 Pound Houses: Britain's Cheapest Street
Liverpool City Council are selling off derelict houses - for just £1 each. But is this the dream scenario that it appears to be? The houses haven't been touched for 10 years, and the buyers must invest their own cash to renovate them, which is at least £40k. If the work is not completed within 12 months, the council can take the houses back, with no compensation.
The Wavertree area is renowned locally for crime, drugs and anti-social behaviour. The newcomers are relying on each other to build a solid community from scratch. This series, filmed over two and a half years, captures the highs and the lows of the people who are gambling their savings to step onto the property ladder and trying to achieve ordinary dreams in extraordinary circumstances.
The Good Karma Hospital
Set in the tropical paradise of Goa, The Good Karma Hospital is a drama with heart. Vibrant and colourful, the contemporary series follows a team of British and Indian medics as they cope with work, life and love at an over-worked and under-resourced cottage hospital. Run by a gloriously eccentric Englishwoman, the "Good Karma" turns no one away - locals, ex-pats and tourists are all welcomed through its doors. With a stunning location, exotic medical cases and unforgettable characters, the series mixes the heartbreaking with the humorous, as the doctors, nurses and patients discover that the hospital is more than just a rundown medical outpost - it's a home.
Rovers is an original take on the goings on in the clubhouse of a lower league football.Established in 1884, Redbridge Rovers FC are one of oldest clubs in the English club system. Attendance figures average around 27. The team are currently lying second from bottom in their league and their ground is two miles down a dirt track, next to the local rubbish tip.Running the place is matriarchal, hardworking and loose lipped Doreen. Her meat raffles are legendary and have kept punters coming through her doors all those years.Other characters include obsessive fan Pete Mott, who likes nothing more than talking stats over the scratchings with his best mate Tel - only Tel has recently thrown Pete for a loop by coming out as gay and bringing his new boyfriend Mel to the club.Then there's Pete's young lodger Tom, who has got eyes for new barmaid Sam, bossy pensioner Francis and a whole host of other loveable eccentrics.
This is a comedy series starring Sue Johnston and takes a look at the lives of the large, close-knit and dysfunctional Lewis family from Birkenhead in Merseyside.
Little Dorrit tells the story of the Dorrit family and the rich array of characters they encounter on their way from rags to riches and back again.
Jam & Jerusalem
Set in a small West Country village, Jam & Jerusalem is all about Sal who, along with best friend Tip, the surgery's receptionist with an intricate knowledge of everyone's ailments, lives a busy life at the center of their community.
Waking the Dead
Led by Detective Superintendent Peter Boyd, the Cold Case Squad investigates serious crimes which have gone unsolved.
The Royle Family
You could probably see a glimpse of your own family in the Royles. Mum, Dad, Denise, Antony and Denise's husband, Dave Best sit in front of the television in their dirty, untidy living room and are constantly smoking, talking and bickering.
"Crime Traveler" follows the adventures of Detective Jeff Slade and Holly Turner who solve crimes by traveling back in time to a point before the crime happened. However their adventures are governed by the 10 Rules of Time.
Brookside is a British soap opera set in Liverpool, England. The series began on the launch night of Channel 4 on 2 November 1982, and ran for 21 years until 4 November 2003. Originally intended to be called Meadowcroft, the series was produced by Mersey Television and it was conceived by Phil Redmond who also devised Grange Hill (1978-2008) and Hollyoaks (1995-present).