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BBC’s brilliant comedy starring Nick Helm is back for a 3rd and final season. Click to hear our interview with the show’s creators.
Benedict Cumberbatch returns as Sir. Arthur Conan Doyle’s well known detective and Martin Freeman as his sidekick Watson.
Another season for the California spinoff.
The popular remake with the classic theme tune is back for a new season.
Forensic pathologists help police solve murders in Manchester
Holden Matthews (Burkely Duffield) wakes from a 12-year coma and discovers new abilities that propel him into the middle of a dangerous conspiracy.
Character drama about a former convicted rapist returning to his home town.
TV Series based on The Mortal Instruments novels by Cassandra Clare starring The Maze Runner’s Katherine McNamara as Clary Fray, a girl who discovers on her 19th birthday she comes from a line of humans born with angelic blood who protect humanity from demons known as Shadowhunters.
More fun to come with the Winchester boys, thanks to E4. The channel are currently planning to air season 12 in January 2017!
From the creator of Shameless, this comedy drama follows a police station in a rough part of Manchester.
New werewolf show starring Laura Vandervoort (Smallville, V) as Elena Michaels, the only female werewolf in existence. Canadian show, which airs on Space in Canada and SyFy in the US, and most recently on Syfy in the UK from the beginning
Another American police show. This time however, it is a comedy making fun of all the other American police shows.
Nicola Walker (Spooks) leads a strong cast in this cold-case murder mystery
More light hearted murder investigation in the Caribbean.
UK version of the US’s hugely popular Lip Sync Battle.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service return as the veteran police procedural continues.
Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk till Dawn movie gets a tv overhaul for his own ‘El Rey Network’ in the US, but is airing on Netflix internationally.
Eight-episode drama set in 1814 starring Tom Hardy as a son thought long dead, who returns home to London from Africa to inherit what is left of his father’s shipping empire. Executive produced by Hardy alongside Ridley Scott and Peaky Blinder’s Steven Knight. This will be one to watch!
Set 16yrs after Vader loses his legs, and 5yrs before Luke whinges about not being able to pick up power converters at Tosche Station, Star Wars Rebels is a new CGI animated series from Lucasfilm about the formation of the Rebel Alliance.
A little known cartoon… Still going strong.
Western set after the United States Civil War show returns.
The adventures of young Inspector Morse return to our screens.
Teen Wolf has FINALLY found a UK home on Netflix!
Joel McHale stars as Jack, a renowned adventure reporter for an outdoor magazine who must adapt to the times when he becomes the desk-bound boss to a group of millennials in the digital department of the publication.
US sitcom set in the 1980’s, based on a fictionalised version of the childhood of the writer, Adam F. Goldberg.
The greatest moustache in the world returns for another outing.
Show about a con-man (Giovanni Ribisi) who steals the identity of his ex-cellmate as a way to avoid the wrath of a furious mob boss (Bryan Cranston).
Children all over Washington DC appear to have adopted the same imaginary friend called ‘Drill’, who’s been persuading them to play dangerous games. The FBI calls in child specialist Claire Bennigan to try and figure out what’s going on.
Bull stars Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull in a drama inspired by the early career of ‘Dr. Phil’ McGraw.
Animation about a family running a burger joint.
Patrick Warburton stars as Lemony Snicket in Netflix’s adaptation of the Lemony Snicket novels, with Neil Patrick Harris playing Count Olaf.
Supernatural drama where three strangers share the same dream.
Tom Ellis stars in this DC adaptation as the Prince of Hell who moves to Los Angeles. Should return the day after the US on Amazon Prime.
Medical drama set in an overcrowded and understaffed ER in LA.
FBI cases consist of the weekly discovery of, well, bones, and only one person can help. Renewed in Feb 2016 for a 12 episode final season.
Jason Momoa (Game Of Thrones, and DC’s new big screen Aquaman) stars in a adventure drama set around the late 18th century North American fur trade.
The popular historical medical drama returns to the BBC, with a Christmas Special on 25th Dec 2016, followed by series 6 early in the new year.
Starring Claire Danes, the American remake of Israeli “Prisoners of War”. Returns to the US in January 2017, and shortly thereafter in the UK.
It’s a hard one to guess because National Geographic seems to number some of the seasons differently to its native Canada, and previous seasons have not aired consistently. There’s some confusion over the season numbering in the UK compared to the US and Canada.
Following the success of the BBC’s “Back in Time for Dinner” which saw a family’s home transformed, with each week representing a decade in the past, they’ve be decided to go even further back in time, right back to the turn of the century.
Fortunately for presenter Giles Coren who never seems to have anything pleasant to say about things outside the M25, the house and family are in London.
A return to the slightly odd Arctic town for a 2nd season.
Greg Berlanti’s rather darker take on Archie Comics.
Topical comedy show with Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe.
Christina Ricci stars as Zelda before she meets her future husband, the writer F Scott Fitzgerald
Marvel Universe series continues. Now with added Ghost Rider! Looks like they are planning to wait till the new year so they can remove the mid-season break this time around.
The clever lawyers are back on our television for a 6th season.
Pirate drama from Michael Bay. First run is on Amazon, with second run on History.
From the guys behind Arrow, Grant Gustin dons the speedster outfit to take on the role of Barry Allen aka The Flash. Season will return apparently in January.
From the team behind Flash/Arrow comes Melissa Benoist as Supergirl, Kara Zor-El, cousin of Superman, who was sent away from Krypton and taken in by by the Danvers family where she hides her identity as Kara Danvers.
NCIS in New Orleans, starring Quantum Leap and Enterprise’s Scott Bakula, American Gothic’s Lucas Black, C. C. H. Pounder from Warehouse 13, and Zoe McLellan (Dirty Sexy Money)
Stephen Amell returns as Green Arrow to try and not ‘fail this city’.
Arthur Darvill and Brandon Routh star in DC’s stab at creating a TV series not in support of their cinematic universe. A time traveller has to bring together forces of good and bad to fight some kind of a threat. In an interesting Prison Break reunification, Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller also star.
American political thriller. First two seasons aired on More4, then moved to Sky Living from season 3.
It may sound like a health show, but it’s actually a comedy-horror about realtor Sheila (Drew Barrymore) who becomes a zombie, and wants to eat everyone except her husband Joel (Timothy Olyphant)!
Pirate drama from Michael Bay. First run is on Amazon, with second run on History.
New version of the 1977 mini-series about an African-American family’s trials from slavery to freedom.
Remake of the classic 80’s series. Lucas Till takes the Richard Dean Anderson role. Support comes in the form of ex-CSI George Eads and bald, male Pete Thornton has become a woman played by Sandrine Holt.
The excellent James Spader returns as Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington for a new season of Blacklisty goodness (or badness… yep, probably badness if Red is involved)… NOTE: Moved to Sky 1.
The Wizard of Oz: The Series. Picked up for 10 episodes by NBC.
Based on the Marvel X-Men character, the show tells the story of a diagnosed schizophrenic who discovers that it’s possible the voices he hears and visions he sees may not all be in his head.
A genius computer type, eccentric of course, and some other young geniuses team up to save the world weekly via computers. Robert Patrick is also present. Season 3 continues with episode 10.
With the surname “Queen of Scots”, it was apparent young Mary was destined for greatness. Airs as a mid-season replacement in the US, so should return to Netflix in the UK, early 2017.
Spin off from Chicago Fire – this one set in a hospital… which isn’t on fire… I hope… That wouldn’t be good… Started in Nov in the US, and coming to Universal in the UK in 2016.
Comedy staring Lena Dunham following a group of friends in their 20s as they navigate life in New York City. Coming to end after its 6th season in 2017.
‘The Daily Show with more prep time’ returns for a new, hilarious and genius season!
The US cable ratings monster returns for the 2nd half of 7th season.
The cop drama with fairy tales will return for a shorter final sixth season.
A spinoff of sorts from the original series starring Kiefer Sutherland. This time round Corey Hawkins (The Walking Dead, Straight Outta Compton) stars as a Ranger (that’s US Army, not Park) returning home and being faced with a terrorist plot (and a ticking clock).
The long running medical show is still going.
Tea Leoni is the Secretary of State with a CIA background.
Australian mystery drama starring Elizabeth Debicki (The Great Gatsby) about a missing child.
Set in the premise that Germany won the Battle of Britain, this adaptation of the Deighton novel follows an American journalist involved in a murder
The very long running crime drama returns to Universal.
The worst of American criminals continue to be dramatically showcased.
True crime documentary/news magazine series.
Judd Apatow is back with a new comedy following a sweet but perpetually unlucky comedian as he crashes on the couches of some of New York’s top comics after his marriage falls apart.
Some students in New York discover that magic is real.
Machiavellian politics & finance drama starring Damian Lewis as a brilliant but cut-throat hedge fund boss, and Paul Giamatti as a U.S. Attorney.
The term “modern-day retelling” doesn’t always fill me with delight, especially when coupled with the resurrection of a long-dead character. However, the forces behind this particular modern-day retelling with resurrection of title character are Kutzman and Orci – the geniuses behind Fringe, so in this case delight is in abundance! NOTE: CHANNEL CHANGE TO SYFY UK.
Jim Caviezel and his handy billionaire return for the short (13 episodes) final season. NOTE: CHANNEL CHANGE TO 5USA.
Renewed to season 10, the costly comedy returns shortly after the U.S.
After a disappointing performance on Channel 5, it was dropped after 6 episodes and moved to 5*. The show was renewed for a 2nd season in the US, and has eventually been bought by Spike
HBO comedy about a weed delivery guy in NYC.
Lucky Man is the story of DI Harry Clayton (James Nesbitt), a cop from Central London’s notorious Murder Squad, who is given a charm that seems to confer upon the wearer the ability to control luck.
New Zealand detective drama series. It will also be on UKTV Play from Friday 17th February.
To prevent Iran from going nuclear, intelligence officer John Tavner (Michael Dorman) must forgo all safety nets and assume a perilous “non-official cover” – that of a mid-level employee at a Midwestern industrial piping firm.
The 89th Academy Awards. Preview from 11.30pm, with the Oscars live from 1.30am.
the second series didn’t seem to get the same plaudits as the first, but nevertheless a third series is going to be made.
Spinoff from The Closer, and performing well. Usually airs a couple of months after the US.
Sitcom about an upper-middle-class African-American family starring Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross.
Special set of skills. Find you. Kill you. You know the drill. TV series based on the Liam Neeson films.
Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan’s critically acclaimed comedy returns for a new series.