Share on Twitter. Series two brought more grisly crimes, but it also touched more on contemporary issues: the threat of the far right; fear of immigrants; and protests amid environmental disasters. BBC Series by nouveaunewlands | created - 24 Oct 2012 | updated - 16 Oct 2018 | Public Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven't rated, etc. By Hugh Montgomery and Eddie Mullan 24th December 2019. The original novels left a break of 10 years between The Angry Tide ending and the eighth, The Stranger from the Sea, beginning: “Winston Graham made many references to developments that happened in the 'gap' years. (Credit: Sky/HBO) HM, Alongside Chernobyl, this is the year’s second outstanding mini-series throwing a spotlight on a particularly shameful event in recent history. Playing out in three separate time periods, the next instalment of True Detective (HBO/Sky Atlantic) will hope to get the series back on track after an underwhelming second outing. Because what path to the presidency doesn’t go through Des Moines? Jessica Raine and Tom Hollander also star. What really made the series stand out from the current crop of fantasy film and TV, though, was its vein of nonsensical surrealism that gave it as much in common with the work of Lewis Carroll and Edward Lear as it did with questing epics like Lord of the Rings or The Chronicles of Narnia. (Credit: Netflix) EM, Ever been trapped at a party that you just can’t wait to leave? Deception returns to coastal Monterey – in a new story written by author Liane Moriarty – for a second series of darkly comedic drama Big Little Lies (HBO). (Credit: Netflix) EM, Set against the backdrop of the Troubles, this sitcom from writer Lisa McGee is based on her own experiences growing up in Northern Ireland – and it returned even stronger for its second run. Read about our approach to external linking. Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin. Available now on Netflix. The only consolation? If you would like to comment on this story or anything else you have seen on BBC Culture, head over to our Facebook page or message us on Twitter. It stars Eugene Levy and his son Dan, Catherine O'Hara and Annie Murphy as The Roses, a wealthy family who lose their money overnight and move to a rundown motel in the titular town, which they bought years earlier as a joke birthday present. (BBC One) When it was announced that Alan Partridge was to make his return to TV in early 2019 as co-host of a chat show, the big question was: … His 30-year-old son, Caden (Billy Howle), runs Max’s British newspaper and is primed to follow in his father’s footsteps as one of the most powerful men in the world. But Lost creator Damon Lindelof’s great trick for his Watchmen series has been not to film the comic book, but rather extrapolate from Moore’s original to come up with his own creation – which shifts the action from 1985 to Oklahoma in 2019, and the story from one marinated in Cold War paranoia to one ignited by the racial divisions of 21st-Century America, with a white supremacist group who wear masks with the face of original anti-hero Rorschasch being taken on by similarly covered-up cops including Regina King’s Detective Angela Abar, aka Sister Night. The BBC informs, educates and entertains - wherever you are, whatever your age. The most highly-anticipated ending of all time must be the final season of Game of Thrones (HBO), which closes with a six-episode run. It’s also notable for featuring a compelling against-type performance from Emma Thompson as a brusque, populist politician who slowly but surely morphs into a fascistic despot. Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin. Undoubtedly a little confusing at first for Watchmen newbies, including this viewer, it nevertheless coalesces into something unlike anything else on television: visually arresting and sociologically scintillating. Moody Icelandic detective series Trapped (RÚV) returns with more grisly crimes, but is to touch more on contemporary issues that are important to Icelanders. Are we allowed to do that?’,” one of its writers, Lucy Prebble, [told BBC Culture recently](http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20190808-hbos-succession-and-our-reckoning-with-male-monsters). Its real trump card, alongside an idiosyncratic tragic-satiric tone, is its refusal to soften its frankly awful characters with any attributes that might bestow likeability on them. With Guy Pearce, Andy Serkis, Stephen Graham, Joe Alwyn. From Harry and Jack Williams, The Missing spin-off Baptiste (BBC One) sees Tchéky Karyo return as insightful French investigator Julien Baptiste. Catch-22, Joseph Heller’s 1961 satirical novel set in Italy during World War Two, (Hulu/Channel 4) is the story of Captain John Yossarian (Christopher Abbott), a 28-year-old Air Force bombardier who is furious because thousands of people he has never met are trying to kill him – either directly by flying into his B-25 plane, or indirectly by forcing him to fly increasing numbers of missions. The best BBC TV shows streaming on Netflix run the gamut from the classic (Fawlty Towers) to the contemporary (Sherlock), the sunny (The Great British Baking Show) to … Having been a slow-burn success story in its first season, Jesse Armstrong’s tale of a monstrous media mogul and his warring children has now, truly, moved into an imperial phase, being simply funnier, more brutal, and more timely than anything else on TV right now. This second run ended in beautifully enigmatic style, with a fox, at a bus stop – and that, after 12 30-minute episodes, is that, according to Waller-Bridge. (Credit: Netflix) EM, Icelandic detective series Trapped returned after a claustrophobic first run which saw an extreme blizzard close roads and airports to a remote town, where there was, inconveniently, a killer on the loose. True Detective's third season sees Mahershala Ali in the role of state police detective Wayne Hay (Credit: HBO/Sky Atlantic). The case of a young talented ballerina who is found on an ancient stone altar, and another woman who is stabbed in a roofless famine cottage. Jodie Comer returns as assassin Villanelle in Killing Eve (Credit: BBC America). Reunited once more with cuddly bear chief of police Andri Ólafsson (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson), the team of small-town cops examine an even more complex and challenging murder case, beginning with the death of a geothermal power plant employee and involving secrets hidden in the surrounding countryside. Welcome to the BBC Good Food Shows The ultimate experience for food lovers! Ava DuVernay’s four-parter gives voice to the horrific injustice suffered by the so-called ‘Central Park Five’: the five black and Hispanic New York City teenagers who were erroneously convicted, after coerced police confessions, of the assault and rape of a female jogger in Central Park in 1989. Hugh Laurie as Major de Coverley in an adaptation of Joseph Heller’s 1961 satirical novel Catch-22 (Credit: Hulu/Channel4). But the inadequacy of that comparison was hammered home by a game-changing [second series](http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20190301-fleabag-series-2-review), which was as profound as it was funny, depositing its formerly cynical heroine into a meditation on love, goodness, family and faith, via her will-they-won’t-they acquaintance with Andrew Scott’s so-called ‘Hot Priest’. Writer Adam Price follows up his political drama Borgen with an exploration of how faith and religion affects our lives in glossy Danish drama Ride Upon the Storm (Channel 4/Walter Presents), starring House of Cards’ Lars Mikkelsen in a family of priests and how they choose a path to a meaningful life. Elsewhere, the Rosebud motel is growing in reputation under Johnny’s management, although tending to the needs of grubby mayor Roland Schitt (Chris Elliott) and deadpan clerk Stevie Budd (Emily Hampshire) is proving more of a challenge. As Nadia succinctly puts it: “It’s a long story involving multiple deaths”; but there’s a twist – she is not the only one re-living this horrible night, and that might be key to Nadia ending the nightmare. During a business trip abroad, drone software engineer Victoria (Birgitte Hjort Sørensen) meets a reporter – but the interview turns into a dangerous situation where Victoria and her son Oskar are taken hostage. Is that OK? Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin. From Fleabag to Succession and Unbelievable, Hugh Montgomery and Eddie Mullan pick the programmes that have stood out in an already great year for television. The story focusses on a grisly crime involving two missing children in the heart of the Ozarks, and a mystery that deepens over decades. The next series is set to be the last, but with stellar writing and pleasing shadowy aesthetics, you don’t need to jump through time zones to know if it’s worth following to the end. The channel is a publicly funded outlet of the British government. Featured Shows. Created by Flight of the Conchords’ Jermaine Clement, the US version stars Matt Berry, Kayvan Novak and Natasia Demetriou. BBC World News (1999-2019) BBC World News America (1999-2019) Bergerac (1998-2008) Bedlam (2012-2016) Being Human (September 25, 2009-2013) Beast (2000-2007) The Benny Hill Show (1998-2006) Ben Elton: The Man from Auntie (2001-2009; 2013) The Ben Elton Show (November 7th 1998-1999; 2010-2014) The Best of Tommy Cooper (1998-2005) Blandings (2013-2016) Blackadder (1998 … A television adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic Christmas tale of the miser Ebenezer Scrooge. Available now on Sky Go/HBO Go/Now TV. Its very greatest pleasure? Hundreds of miles away, meanwhile, dedicated detectives Grace Rasmussen and Karen Duvall – played by Toni Collette and Merritt Wever, who develop a compelling on-screen rapport – are chasing down leads that suggests one man is preying on multiple women, and they aren’t going to let up until they arrive at the truth, no matter how inconvenient. (Credit: HBO) HM, If the Simpsons ushered in a new kind of ‘adult animation’ to TV in the Nineties, then Netflix’s BoJack has taken that maturity to new levels, telling the story of a disillusioned horse actor in ‘Hollywoo’ and dealing with subjects from depression to MeToo with a profundity to match any live action series. The Best TV Shows of 2019. With enthusiasm as it turns out, as the band of 'eejits' get to abseil with the boys from a Protestant school. The show launched in 1995 and was once a major pop culture event, drawing millions of viewers each year. Joining the cast is award-statue collector Meryl Streep, starring as mother-in-law to Celeste Wright (Nicole Kidman), which may spell trouble after events at the end of season one. Cersei Lannister once said “When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die,” but will she, Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow or someone else sit on the Iron Throne to rule the seven kingdoms – and if the Night King doesn’t get defeated, will there be anyone left to rule? The TV shows to watch in 2019. Available now on BBC iPlayer/HBO Go. “We would joke ‘is this just a show about the villains. Suranne Jones stars in Gentleman Jack (BBC One) as Anne Lister, the remarkable landowner who – after years of exotic travel and social climbing – returns to Halifax, West Yorkshire in 1832, determined to transform the fate of her faded ancestral home. From thrillers to comedy and foreign drama, Eddie Mullan rounds up the most exciting programmes coming to the small screen in the next 12 months. The best TV shows of 2019. Speaking of lovable psychopaths – prolific young assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) is not dead, but looking worse for wear as MI5 officer Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) resumes the cat-and-mouse game around Europe in a second season of Killing Eve. It hasn’t dropped the baton in its final straight. Meryl Streep joins Big Little Lies as mother-in-law to Nicole Kidman's character Celeste (Credit: HBO/Sky Atlantic). Breaking news, sport, TV, radio and a whole lot more. Schedule Anglophenia. Chain-smoking computer game coder Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) is the guest of honour at her seemingly inescapable 36th birthday bash in a New York loft hosted by her friend Maxine (Greta Lee, who makes the line “Sweet birthday, baby!” sound different every time) – but Nadia’s got bigger fish to fry, as she’s got to figure out how to get down the stairs without dying. In season two, we are back in the company of police officer Andri Ólafsfson (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson) and his colleagues, as they examine an even more complex and challenging murder case. Available now on All4 and Netflix. One of the best shows of 2018, the spy thriller is based on the Codename Villanelle novellas by Luke Jennings. It’s not subtle, but, given the subject matter, it feels right that it isn’t – what DuVernay has instead created is a drama of searingly direct force, which devastatingly traces the damage done to individuals, their families, and our society by institutional racism. The second series again focuses on agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany), as they go out into the field to see if they can help crack a case – this time, the infamous Atlanta child murders of 1979-81. But when Caden’s self-destructive lifestyle spirals out of control, the consequences threaten the future of the family’s empire. (Credit: Netflix) HM, Alan Moore’s gritty comic book series about caped vigilantes in an alternate, counterfactually-imagined America has long been regarded as “unfilmable” – a reputation only added to by Zach Snyder’s 2008 big-screen adaptation, which was widely dumped on by critics and flopped at the box office. Don Cheadle stars as a cocaine-fuelled stockbroker, alongside Regina Hall and Andrew Rannells in an outrageous dramedy that explores the excess cash and subsequent crash of the 1980s. Between Wonder Woman films, director Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine bring us I Am the Night (TNT) a dark noir based on the mystery surrounding the gruesome Black Dahlia murder case. Book now. Share using Email. The crime drama, became the sleeper hit of 2016 and will need to have something special up its sleeve if it’s to keep fans happy. Get 20%* off tickets to the BBC Good Food Show Summer quote WB1. The biggest TV shows still to come in 2019. However, it looks like 2019 … Share using Email. The series aired on Netflix in January 2020. In 2019, BBC Two aired a new television series titled, Giri/Haji. An excellent tie-in podcast, meanwhile, sees creator Craig Mazin going into detail about his research, and revealing where his recreation diverged from the real-life story. In his first TV role in nearly three decades, Hollywood star Richard Gere plays a charismatic media magnate named Max, in MotherFatherSon (BBC Two). Happily the comedy great will be back on our screens in 2019 as Selina Meyer tries one last time to run for the White House, with the seventh series kicking off with Selina paying a visit to an Iowa country fair. Led by ambitious detectives Rob Reilly (Killian Scott) and Cassie Maddox (Sarah Greene), we follow two murder investigations; seemingly unrelated, but somehow connected by powerful shared themes. But make no mistake, don’t try to watch the latest series without having seen series one (or 'cycle one' of the trilogy) first, or you’ll be scratching your head, as the timelines ramp up in complexity enough that you will likely forget who is who – the show’s makers have even issued their own online guide. We follow CIA analyst Jack Ryan (John Krasinksi) as he confronts the forces in power in a dangerous, declining democratic regime in South America. Available now on BBC iPlayer/Amazon Prime. Share on Twitter . 8. "Peaky Blinders" After five seasons, IMDb users' love for Thomas Shelby’s sharply-dressed gang is still going strong, landing the Netflix/BBC One series on our list of the Top 10 TV Shows of 2019.With tightly-paced six-episode seasons, charismatic scene-chewing characters, stylish slow-motion shots, and the suspense of guessing who will make it out alive, "Peaky Blinders" is a show to … Much can be inferred,” Horsfield said. Watch TV Shows on . Read about our approach to external linking. Alongside Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern and Zoë Kravitz all reprise their roles. Known to have links with corrupt police officers and suspected to be under direct command of the shadowy figure known only as ‘H’, John Corbett (Graham) and Lisa McQueen (Sandall) become persons of interest to AC-12 following an explosive chain of events. Intelligent and moody, Trapped is one of the few Nordic crime dramas since The Bridge that keeps audiences coming back for more. Billed as an unlikely love story, it is set in the cradle of the Industrial Revolution. The Leftovers writer Damon Lindelof set out his aims to fans that he would embrace the nostalgia of the graphic novel while breaking new ground in an original story of its own. Now, sadly, it is almost over: this autumn, Netflix dropped the first eight episodes of its sixth and final series, with the other eight scheduled for Jan 31 2020. However, despite the occasional nod to 80s nostalgia, the foreboding atmosphere of this time-travel saga makes it a closer relation to David Lynch and Mark Frost’s weird world of Twin Peaks, albeit with a slightly more logical plot. An eight-part series that blends the first two novels of Tana French’s Dublin Murder Squad series, Dublin Murders (BBC One/Starz/RTÉ) delivers a dark psychological mystery set during the height of the Celtic Tiger financial boom of the millennium. A zombie horror set in medieval South Korea, Kingdom (Netflix) tells the story of a crown prince (Ju Ji-hoon) who has fallen victim to a conspiracy, and has to set out on a mission to unveil the evil scheme and save his people from a strange plague that renders the infected immune to death and hungry for flesh. The crime/thriller drama centers around a Tokyo detective, Kenzo Mori (Takehiro Hira). Offer now ends 31 Jan 2021. Available now on Netflix. (Credit: Netflix) HM, From Black Mirror to The Handmaid’s Tale, TV-makers are currently intent on giving us [their visions of the near future](http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20190513-how-the-near-near-future-became-our-greatest-horror) – and invariably grim they are too. Based on the 1990 fantasy novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, Good Omens (Amazon Prime Video) takes place in modern times when the end is nigh and final judgment is set to descend upon humanity. Having started life as a web series – and the main reason the phrase “Yas Queen!” still endures – Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer’s Broad City (Comedy Central) where two aimless but awesome best friends try to navigate life in New York City, finally comes to an end with a fifth season. Eleanor Tomlinson and Rafe Spall lead, alongside Robert Carlyle and Rupert Graves in the first British television adaptation of HG Wells’ classic novel. Bookmark this article. (Credit: HBO) HM, Kids are disappearing in their small hometown of Winden, and the adults are hiding secret double lives; meanwhile smart-mouthed teens are investigating weird goings-on in the woods – it’s not difficult to see why this German-language sci-fi has drawn comparisons to the Duffer Brothers’ Stranger Things. Harry and Meghan, September 26, 2019", according to photos posted by the Sun's royal correspondent Emily Andrews. From dramas and documentaries to comedy and entertainment shows, here are all the biggest new and returning series still to come. Available now on Netflix. Moonlight star Mahershala Ali is Wayne Hays, a state police detective obsessed with finding out the truth, with Stephen Dorff and Carmen Ejogo co-starring. They each spent between six and 13 years in prison, before finally, in 2002, the real culprit confessed to the crime. Stream online for free with your TV provider. Aziraphale (Michael Sheen), a somewhat fussy angel, and Crowley (David Tennant), a fast-living demon are not actually looking forward to the apocalypse and join forces to try to prevent it happening. The new series sees the stubborn detective become embroiled in a case in Amsterdam, when the chief of police – who happens to be an ex-girlfriend – seeks out his help. By The Editors. Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ iconic graphic novel Watchmen (HBO) set in an alternate history where superheroes are treated as outlaws, is getting a small-screen adaptation starring Jeremy Irons, Regina King and Don Johnson. In season five the family are finally thriving and find themselves ready to take their personal relationships and business pursuits to the next level. This time round, the cute child protagonists at its core have become gawky adolescents, while the plot is masterfully split into a series of sub-adventures. Any questions about taking part in shows during this period should be sent to the relevant production company. Davies’s genius here is to come up with a show that feels utterly unique in its tone, mixing the subversive dystopian-ism of JG Ballard with the homely warmth of long-running British soap Coronation Street. (Credit: Netflix) EM. Events aren’t faring any better for the people of Horsell Common in Surrey, as it is struck by a huge meteor, and the inhabitants of Earth slowly fall victim to a vicious invasion in War of the Worlds (BBC One). All BBC TV Shows online. (Credit: Sundance TV/BBC Two) EM, Based on the real-life FBI agents who pioneered criminal profiling and psychology in the 1970s and 80s, this series, overseen by David Fincher and filmed in a similarly atmospheric style to his 2007 film Zodiac, lived up to expectation with its long-awaited return. After last season’s cliffhanger, Ruth Wilson returns as fan-favourite Alice Morgan. The British Broadcasting Company, better known as the BBC, has been one of the most respected broadcast networks in the world for several decades. (Credit: Netflix) HM, The cataclysmic nuclear accident that happened in Ukraine in 1986, when a reactor in one of its power plants exploded, is a story that once occupied our collective nightmares, but has arguably been fading from view in recent years. A New Zealand horror mockumentary that followed three vampire roommates is being remade for TV, as What We Do in the Shadows (FX) relocates from Wellington to New York. When rich video-store chain magnate Johnny Rose (Eugene Levy) and his family of spoiled brats find themselves suddenly broke and forced to take up residence in the titular Schitt’s Creek – a tiny town bought as a joke gift for his son, David (Dan Levy) – their standard of living takes some adjustment and they learn to find joy in the simple things. In Good Omens, David Tennant's demon and Michael Sheen's angel try to prevent the apocalypse happening (Credit: Amazon Prime Video), Following the cliffhanger end to series four of Poldark (BBC One) – based on Winston Graham’s seventh novel The Angry Tide – series writer Debbie Horsfield has hinted at what might be in store for the lives of the Poldarks, George Warleggan, the Enyses, and the Carnes in this fifth and final season. When Tommy Shelby MP (Cillian Murphy) is approached by a charismatic politician with a bold vision for Britain, he realises that his response will affect not just his family’s future but that of the entire nation. Broken down into bite-sized 10 minute episodes, it is far too beautifully-crafted to simply binge in one sitting – though, like a cold drink on a summer afternoon in London, gulping it down in one go is difficult to resist. After the discovery of suspicious bank transfers pulled him from the safety of his desk job in season one of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (Amazon Prime Video), the next series moves away from terrorism and to warmer climes. As the body count rises, and gangster George Cornelius (Patrick Malahide) applies his own pressure, can Luther catch a killer and save his own neck? Canada’s most bingeable sitcom returns with Schitt’s Creek (CBC/Pop). Bookmark this article. Troubled teenager Marie Adler (Kaitlyn Dever) reports to police that she has been raped in her home by a masked intruder, but the investigating cops – and those closest to her – start to doubt her story. A remix rather than a reboot, as Lindelof puts it. A spate of murders in a fifth season of Luther (BBC One) brings self-destructive detective chief inspector John Luther (Idris Elba) and new recruit DS Catherine Halliday (Wunmi Mosaku) a complex tangle of leads and misdirections that seem designed to protect an untouchable corruption. Birgitte Hjort Sørensen in Greyzone as Victoria Rahbek, an engineer specialising in drones (Credit: Channel 4/Walter Presents). Stars Hugh Laurie as Major de Coverley, and George Clooney (who also directs) in a supporting role. All Shows Watch critically acclaimed, thought-provoking series On Demand. (Credit: Channel 4) EM, This sunny Canadian comedy has matured over its run to deliver a balance of heartfelt goofiness and cutting droll that serves as a refreshing, bingeable break from earnest prestige TV. (Credit: Netflix) EM, Susannah Grant’s empathetic true-crime series, based on a Pulitzer-winning article about a serial rapist, focuses its gaze onto the survivors of abuse. Written by Sally Wainwright (Happy Valley), the series explores Anne’s relationships, servants and professional rivals, who will use any dirty tricks they can to bring her down. So, 33 years on, it feels like a good time for this superb docu-drama account to remind the world of the tragedy that unfolded – from the unimaginable suffering of those who were caught up in its fallout, to the misinformation and obfuscation of the Soviet authorities as they tried to cover up what really occurred. Best new and returning TV series for 2019. More is also revealed about the private life of frosty psychologist Wendy Carr (Anna Torv), who fights to be more hands-on in interviewing inmates. A handpicked selection of stories from BBC Future, Culture, Capital and Travel, delivered to your inbox every Friday. New projects in development from the duo include Mall Town USA, Platinum Status, and Young Professionals. Take part in one of our shows. In this penultimate series, The Roses are thriving, taking their personal relationships and professional lives to the next level. BBC full episodes, clips, news and more at Yidio! In Devs (FX), his TV series debut, writer-director Alex Garland seeks to further instil a healthy fear of technology as he reunites with Ex-Machina’s Sonoya Mizuno. As the series begins, eccentric Moira (Catherine O'Hara, in an Emmy-nominated performance) returns from filming in Bosnia on what she hopes will be her comeback vehicle, an awful B-movie in which she stars as a cackling crow-woman. Swedish-Danish thriller Greyzone (Channel 4/Walter Presents) follows the events leading up to a terror attack in Scandinavia. Mizuno plays computer engineer Lily Chan, investigating the covert work of a tech company’s development division – headed by company CEO Forest (Nick Offerman) – which she believes is behind her boyfriend’s disappearance. 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