UK Air Dates for US & Cult Shows in 2016
Lots and lots of UK premiere dates (and returning shows) for the first half of the year and beyond! As always, if there’s any TV Show you’d like to see a UK tv premiere date for, just leave it in the comments, and we’ll do our best to find it for you. 🙂
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(TBC) = To be confirmed. If a show is listed as (TBC) this means it’s either not an official date from the channel, or is subject to change.
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The BBC’s fascinating genealogy show returns.
Eight-part drama based on the novels by Max Allan Collins about the aftermath of the Vietnam War and the soldiers whose sacrifices were too quickly forgotten.
New british comedy about a boy geek who develops an app that makes his family rich.
New spin off from the CSI franchise, starring Patricia Arquette and James Van Der Beek following the Cyber Crime Division at Quantico, Virginia.
America’s biggest comedy returns.
San Francisco detective series. I’m hoping for some Bullet-style car chases!
Western set after the United States Civil War show returns.
Another Tv series based on a film, this time the Mel Gibson vehicle which spawned three sequels. Announced in May 2016, casting fortunately does not seem to include the Leo Getz character.
Rich young businessman hire a personal chef, played by Rex Lee.
Each week Micky Flanagan’s Detours will see Micky delve into the past and the present with episode subjects as diverse as: The Monarchy, Men & Women, Patriotism and the Mid-Life Crisis.
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.
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). Returning from episode 13.
Ellen Barkin stars as Janine ‘Smurf’ Cody, matriarch of a crime family. Inspired by the David Michôd movie of the same name.
Bruce Campbell returns as the chinny zombie-fighter. For those without Virgin, the Season 1 DVD is available here.
Sci-fi drama about a family trying to cope as the world ends around them. Syfy Original drama, but airing on 5star in the UK.
Anthony Hopkins stars in this Jonathan Nolan remake of the Yul Brynner film.
Musical drama series about a fictional hip hop music and entertainment company, Empire Enterprises. Stars Terrence Howard.
Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, Sam Elliott and Debra Winger star in this series set on, you guessed it, a ranch. In Colorado.
Paul and Ian are back with ten more episodes of the popular comedy panel show.
Peyton List (Diary of a Wimpy Kid) as Rami Sullivan, a police detective in 2016 discovers she is able to speak, via a ham radio, with her estranged father Frank (Riley Smith – Nashville, True Blood) who died in 1996. New episodes arrive Thursdays on Netflix.
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.
Sex and the City’s Sarah Jessica Parker returns to HBO in a new comedy about a very long divorce.
Another programme about zombies, this time from the people behind Eureka. Airs on SyFy in the US, and on Sky’s Pick TV here.
From Issa Rae this new comedy looks at the “contemporary black experience”
Drama based on former government informant Charles Falco’s account of events that took place between 2003 and 2006, when he infiltrated one of America’s most notorious biker gangs.
Remake of the Australian TV show of the same name about a man who discovers the body of a young boy and quickly becomes the prime suspect in his death. This version stars Juliette Lewis & Ryan Phillippe.
This second series moves the drama from France to Germany.
Rising like a phoenix from the flames of BBC cancellation, Ripper Street will return, premiering on Amazon Prime Instant Video, then air on the BBC afterwards. Ending with its 5th season.
James Buckley (The Inbetweeners) stars as Brian, an online data marketing assistant who gets transported to a parallel world full of warriors, soothsayers and wizards!
European crime series set in a fictional police unit in The Hague. The team includes British, French, German, Italian and Dutch police as well as Donald Sutherland as a Dutch judge.
American horror-comedy from Glee and American Horror Story’s Ryan Murphy.
Australian tv series about a small town where the dead appear to be rising from their graves in perfect health, but with no memory of their identities.
One part chat show, one part spoof cookery show, Harry casts his comedy eye over the world of cooking and cookery TV programmes.
Yonderland follows 33-year old Mum Debbie Maddox (Howe-Douglas) who unexpectedly finds herself in an extraordinary world inhabited by a collection of eccentric (and usually idiotic) characters, some of whom happen to be puppets, with only an Elf by her side. Click here to listen to our interview with the cast!
The very long running crime drama returns to Universal.
Sitcom about an upper-middle-class African-American family starring Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross.
The Griffins move to their new home on ITV2.
The worst of American criminals continue to be dramatically showcased. Could return in Oct, or may be Jan. We’ll have to wait and see!
Tv adaptation of the Scream movie series. Airs on MTV in the US and Netflix in the UK. Renewed for a 6 episode 3rd season.
Three part drama about a teenager with supernatural powers
Renewed to season 10, the costly comedy returns shortly after the U.S.
Misfits meets Buffy with a British twist. Howard Overman (Misfits) brings a new show to E4 about unlikely duo of demon hunters, played by Cara Theobold (Downton Abbey) and Susan Wokoma (Chewing Gum).
TV series based on the William Blatty’s original 1971 novel and the classic 1973 movie.
Charlie Brooker’s futuristic satire has moved to Netflix…
Alan and friends return for more clever musings, with new host Sandi Toksvig.
Stars Strike Back’s Philip Winchester as Alex Kane, a smartass security consultant, who meets Wesley Snipes who draws him into a high-stakes game, where an organization of wealthy individuals gamble on his ability to stop some of the biggest crimes imaginable. Cancelled after 1 season.
Another new version of Gerry Anderson’s classic, mixing live action with animation!
Doctor Who spin-off set at Coal Hill School.
new six part political drama from Australia
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.
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.
The theme of stalking is turned into a comedy, a musical comedy at that, with a girl setting her sights on a former school boyfriend.
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.
The US cable ratings monster returns for a 7th season, they are also simulcasting the premiere episode with the US, so you won’t have to turn off the internet for the 24hrs between the US and UK broadcast!
From the guys behind Arrow, Grant Gustin dons the speedster outfit to take on the role of Barry Allen aka The Flash.
originally paired with Modern Family on Sky1, the Middle has been on Comedy Central since season 5.
Comedy about a 30-something having difficulty making commitments.
Stephen Amell returns as Green Arrow to try and not ‘fail this city’.
Christine Lampard, Matt Richardson and Jamie East host 5 nights of scaring celebrities in one of the most ‘haunted’ hotels in Britain.
Jude Law stars as Lenny Belardo, aka Pius XIII, is the first American Pope in history.
Fox’s 2016 version of Richard O’Brien’s cult classic – The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Sitcom starring Colin Hanks about three generations of the Short family, with each family member telling their own version of events.
Scifi drama from Kudos about a world where humans and robots are identical. It is based on the Swedish series Akta manniskor (Real Humans)
Horror anthology series from Syfy, airing on 5star in the UK.
Joanne Froggatt (Downton Abbey) stars as Mary Ann Cotton, the real-life Victoria poisoner in this two part costume drama.
Series by Showtime starring Dominic West about, as the title suggests, an affair!
ITV2 had originally talked about airing Season 8 in 2017 to remove the mid-season break, however, they are now saying it’s planned for November 2016.
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.
Series based on the Walt Longmire books where the titular character, a small town sheriff, is investigating serious crimes, returning to work following his wife’s death, and battling his deputy for re-election to the job. Cancelled by its US network, but saved by Netflix.
In a show that might appeal to fans of Warehouse 13, Rebecca Romijn stars as one of a group of people charged with investing mysterious goings-on. Based on the film trilogy.
The greatest moustache in the world returns for another outing.
The long running medical show is still going.
Medical drama set in an overcrowded and understaffed ER in LA.
New show starring Hayley Atwell as the daughter of a former president who is blackmailed into becoming the head of LA’s Conviction Integrity Unit.
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.
New comedy television starring Don Cheadle & Kristen Bell based on the book ‘House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Then Tell You the Time.’
Drama by US SyFy channel based on James S. A. Corey’s series of novels about a future where humanity has colonized the Solar System. Stars Thomas Jane as police detective Josephus Miller and his crew as they unravel a conspiracy that could threaten peace across the entire Sol system. You can buy the Blu-ray from Amazon of The Expanse Season 1.
From Peter Morgan, writer of The Queen, Frost/Nixon and Rush comes The Crown, a dramatisation of Queen Elizibeth II’s life, from her wedding in 1947 to the present day. Netflix bought it as 6 seasons of 10 episodes.
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)…
Half-hour comedy series created by and starring Community’s Donald Glover.
Sky’s popular supermarket sitcom returns for a new series.
French gritty police drama
The excellent Dave Gorman returns on Dave… appropriately…
Topical comedy show with Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe.
Late night chat and comedy, airing just 24hrs after the US.
Ryan Phillippe stars in a TV series based on the Marky Mark Wahlberg film (which in turn was based on a book).
Silicon Valley tech billionaire teams up with maverick surgeon to create a hospital full of cutting-edge technology to treat rare and incurable diseases.
Sullivan Stapleton stars in this crime drama centring on a woman with tattoos of crimes needing to be solved.
The spiritual continuation of the Clarkson, Hammond & May era Top Gear, which sees the 3 presenters in a big tent in a different worldwide location each episode.
Seth McFarlane’s cartoon about the Smith family.
Lorelai, Rory, Emily, Luke, Sookie, Lane, Michel, Dean, Jess and Logan all return in four, season themed, Gilmore Girls specials on Netflix.
90s favourite sitcom returns after 15 years, making the jump the BBC to itv. The three original stars are all returning.
Samuel Barnett & Elijah Wood stars in this new BBC America adaptation of the Douglas Adams story.
Animated series from Guillermo del Toro and DreamWorks Animation about good and evil trolls.
Historical drama from US channel History, first UK run courtesy of Amazon Prime, then airing on the History Channel UK.
New show from the Mythbusters producers looking at weird and wonderful events from pop culture, science and history, where the presenters immerse themselves in experiments, builds and tests as they sleuth the truth behind the themes.
Based on the Philip K Dick novel, this series presents a bleak alternate timeline where the Nazis won the War (as opposed to the bleakness of rampant nationalism and religious extremism). Set, of course, in America, the former USA has been split (much as Germany was in reality) between the Japanese, the Nazis, with a neutral zone in between.
There will be a Christmas special in 2016, but the full 10th series won’t air till Spring 2017 (I suspect Easter). Steven Moffat is leaving as showrunner, and his final episode will be the 2017 Christmas Special, with Torchwood & Broadchurch writer Chris Chibnall taking over in 2018 for series 11.
This year’s Sky Christmas spectacular will be The Last Dragonslayer, based on the first of Jasper Fforde’s series of novels.
A little known cartoon… Still going strong.
The popular stand-up showcase returns to the BBC. NOTE: Moved from BBC One to BBC Two.
Following the Victorian special, a fourth series begins filming in 2016.
Not a low-budget remake of The 4400, but a drama about a small group of youths sent back to an Earth destroyed by a nuclear war – 100 of them. The US air it as a midseason replacement which puts it in early 2017.
Jim Caviezel and his handy billionaire return for the short (13 episodes) final season. No official news from Channel 5 yet, but we’re assuming early(ish) 2017 based on previous air dates.
Follows the plot of the film to begin with – Time travel, deadly virus etc…
Premiering on AMC Global in the UK, but seeing as only about 6 people have that channel, we’re tracking the Amazon Prime uk air date too. All 6 episodes of the show will drop at the same time.
Similar to Marvel’s Agents of Shield in that it is set in the superhero world without the superheroes, this is essentially Batman without Batman. However, it does feature a young Bruce Wayne and a number of the well-known Batman characters such as the Penguin, Catwoman and the Riddler.
Sherlock in New York. Still on Sky Living, but looks like this may have been moved to the new year to take out the mid-season break.
Which county in the whole of Britain has by far the highest murder rate? Answer- the English county of Midsomer of course! Barnaby’s cousin continues to investigate grisly deaths in quaint locales.
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!
American political thriller. First two seasons aired on More4, then moving to Sky Living from season 3.
The cop drama with fairy tales will return for a shorter final sixth season.
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.
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.
The clever lawyers are back on our television for a 6th season.
From the creator of Shameless, this comedy drama follows a police station in a rough part of Manchester.
New series from the creators of Veronica Mars about a girl who solves crimes by eating the brains of the dead victims… because she’s a zombie. Airs as a mid-season replacement in the US, so should return to Netflix in the UK, early 2017.
New comedy staring Rupert Grint, Nick Frost and Don Johnson about how desperate a person’s actions can become when a lie starts to spiral out of control.
New comedy starring stand-up comedian and singer/songwriter Nick Helm as Andy, a dissolute out-of work musician who forges an unlikely alliance with his 12-year-old nephew Errol after being morally blackmailed into looking after him by his chaotic sister Sam – all on the day Andy was planning to kill himself… Back for a 3rd and final season in early 2017.
More fun to come with the Winchester boys, thanks to E4. The channel are currently planning to air season 12 in January 2017!
Another season for the California spinoff.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service return as the veteran police procedural continues.
The popular remake with the classic theme tune is back for a new season.
Another American police show. This time however, it is a comedy making fun of all the other American police shows.
Tea Leoni is the Secretary of State with a CIA background.
Pirate drama from Michael Bay. First run is on Amazon, with second run on History.
US sitcom set in the 1980’s, based on a fictionalised version of the childhood of the writer, Adam F. Goldberg.
A return to the slightly odd Arctic town for a 2nd season.
Drama about a group of young FBI and their life after training at Quantico.
Starring Claire Danes, the American remake of Israeli “Prisoners of War”. Returns to the US in January 2017, and shortly thereafter in the UK.
Patrick Warburton stars as Lemony Snicket in Netflix’s adaptation of the Lemony Snicket novels, with Neil Patrick Harris playing Count Olaf.
Not Yet Scheduled TV Shows 2016
These are shows which we've been told have a UK channel, but there is not enough info out there to predict an air date.
Norwegian drama about a man who leaves Norway for Asia after been acquitted of the murder of his girlfriend, and returns 20 years later as a successful businessman to save the main employer in his small town from bankruptcy.
A Dutch drama about a man falsely accused of a hit and run
Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan’s critically acclaimed comedy returns for a 2nd series.
Sitcom by Steve Delaney and Graham Linehan about a ‘show business legend’ (or possibly a self important, elderly, out of work actor…)
After a 5 year break, Larry David’s ground breaking comedy show returns. We’re assuming it’ll air on Sky Atlantic, although More4 did have the first run rights previously, we’re assuming that deal no longer stands.
Crime thriller set in Paris
English language intrigue miniseries from France set in Africa, the Middle East and Europe
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.
No no. No no no no. No no no no. No no there’s no limit.
A spy drama from Framce.
Dutch drama about a widow who has to run her late husband’s criminal empire
New sci-fi show from The Wachowskis (Matrix, V for Vendetta) and J. Michael Straczynski (Babylon 5) about 8 people around the globe who find themselves telepathically connected. Renewed for season 2 (which should arrive around June if it follows the release pattern of season 1).
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).
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
New drama coming to Netflix created by indie film makers Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, with Marling also staring… That’s all we know at this point, other than there are 8 x 1hr episodes!
Polish drama about border guards on the Poland-Ukraine border
A three part series about the rise and fall of a Dutch banker
Familiar face Lars Mikkelsen leads a multinational cast in this Danish multi-language cross-border Euro police drama.
The Unknowns - TV shows not yet picked up in the UK or no exact air date info
This is a list of everything else! TV shows people have asked about, but have yet to be picked up by any UK network, or have been dropped by their UK network, or we simply have no air date info about them!
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).
Billionaire tech genius Gideon Reeves (Justin Kirk – Weeds, Tyrant) takes control of Chicago’s troubled 13th District after his friend is brutally murdered and bleeds out in his arms. Can Gideon’s new gadgets and toys turn things around for the local police? Comes from the creator of Burn Notice, Matt Nix.
Adaptation of the Richard Morgan scifi novel developed and produced by Logoeta Kalogridis, the writer of Shutter Island, Terminator Genisys. Show is about a future where your mind can be uploaded into a new body, which is what happens to ex-military criminal Takeshi Kovacs, who must solve a murder in a world where technology has made death practically impossible, in order to gain his freedom.
Not to be confused with American Crime Story, American Crime is also anthology crime drama.
Zach Galifianakis plays twin brother Chip and Dale Baskets. Chip dreams of becoming a professional clown, but after failing clown school in Paris, he ends up back in his hometown of Bakersfield, California.
Richard Armitage stars in this CIA spy series set in the German capital
Bull stars Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull in a drama inspired by the early career of ‘Dr. Phil’ McGraw.
4th Chicago show, this time covering the legal system of the windy city.
Howard Silk (JK Simmons) is a cog in a seemingly innocuous UN agency, who discovers that they are actually guarding a path into a parallel dimension… Already has a 2 season order of 10 episodes each.
Following in the footsteps of Hannibal, Bates Motel and countless others, here’s another TV version of a film series, this time about the young antichrist.
He’s the greatest. He’s fantastic. Wherever there is danger he’ll be there. Season 1 has some 46 episodes and counting, with periodic breaks.
A timely reminder of problems created by splitting a country in two, this highly-rated German drama, centred on a spy for the East German Stasi, kicks off Channel 4’s new foreign language project – Walter Presents, available initially on Channel 4.
Allison Tolman (Fargo) stars as struggling millennial Nan, with her life told from the point of view of her lonely and philosophical dog, Martin.
A 10 part anthology series based on the work of Philip K. Dick.
Drama from Pretty Little Liar’s I. Marlene King about a college girl who has to balance life as a college student whilst also landing her big break as a movie star. Adapted from the book by Rebecca Serle, and starring PLL’s Bella Thorne. Airs in the US in 2017.
Mark Williams stars as the crime solving priest.
A family of Taiwanese origin moves from Washington to Florida.
Fantasy/Fairy tale themed musical comedy from Dan Fogelman with songs from Alan Menken & Glenn Slater.
The picturesque but drug-ridden towns of Calderdale return for a third series, once again starring Sarah Lancashire. It won’t be soon though, most likely in 2018
Due back in 2014 for the third season which begins in October in the US
American legal drama about a group of law students, and their professor, Annalise DeWitt (Viola Davis), who become entangled in a murder plot. Dropped by Universal Channel UK, so looking for a new home.
A Live-action/CGI show starring Jenna Elfman as a woman and her unhinged imaginary friend.
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan comes to the small screen starring John Krasinski (The Office US), courtesy of Amazon.
Kevin James stars as retired police officer Kevin in new sitcom.
High concept US Comedy starring Will Forte, Kristen Schaal, January Jones and Mel Rodriguez. Phil is the last man on Earth after a virus wipes out the male population of the planet.
Tim Allen sitcom. Seems to have been dropped by Sky, and not airing anywhere else at the moment.
Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid are in their seventies and rediscovering love in this romantic comedy
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.
Netflix’s Emmy winning documentary series about the life and convictions of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey.
Adam Pally (Happy Endings) stars as a student who drags his history professor (Yassir Lester, Girls), into the past using his time machine… made out of a giant duffle bag.
Brit Michael Sheen stars in this drama based on real research into sexual dysfunction in the latter half of the twentieth century. No longer airing on More4 or Channel 4, so currently without a UK broadcaster.
Witches, vampires, werewolves, Angels and that sort of thing in this new series from the True Blood author
Netflix mixes Criminal Minds with the Silence of the Lambs. BSU agents interview serial killers to help solve crimes. Netflix 2017 in the US
A doctor becomes a therapist for an American football team. Three seasons exist.
Comedy/drama about a woman who falls for a claims the world will end soon, so creates a ‘bucket list’ of things to do before the apocalypse.
Piper Perabo (Covert Affairs) and Daniel Sunjata (Graceland) star in a show inspired by the true-life stories of cable news producer Wendy Walker and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos, about the interplay of criminal law and the media.
US Drama about a struggle for power and control set in the mysterious hills of modern-day Appalachia. Focuses on the Farrells family, who behave as though they are above the law and are prepared to use any means necessary to protect their off-the-grid way of life in rural Kentucky.
New limited series bringing back many of the original characters. Due in the US in 2016.
Jennifer Beals stars as a cardiothoracic surgeon who is is paid by a terminally ill billionaire (Matthew Modine) it investigate what happens after death…
Greg Berlanti’s rather darker take on Archie Comics.
New version of the 1977 mini-series about an African-American family’s trials from slavery to freedom.
Drama ‘event series’ from Alex Kurtzman, which follows an MIT graduate and a tech genius who stumble upon the fact that an asteroid is only 6 months away from colliding with the Earth.
Denis Leary creates and stars in a comedy about the lead singer of 80s/90s rock band The Heathens, who’s trying to get back on top after 25yrs in the musical wilderness.
William H Macy stars in another American remake.
Animated character Zorn returns to earth after 10 years away at war on his home world of Zephyria to re-connect with his live-action ex-wife and son. From Wilfred staff writers Eli Jorne & Reed Agnew, and Phil Lord & Chris Miller (Lego Movie, Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs).
A continuation of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, following the backstabbing and treachery or the Montagues and Capulets in the wake of the young lover’s death.
Scifi drama about a Caltech student who is ‘stitched’ into the memories of recently deceased people to help solve crimes…
Technically not a UK premiere, but people keep on mentioning it, so it’s back in the list. Teen Wolf is continuing on ‘normal’ TV with season 2 on 5*. Hopefully the other seasons to follow (not confirmed). You can get up to Season 3 on iTunes in the UK, and also get the later seasons legally is using a DNS Switcher like Unlocator to access Netflix US if you have a Netflix account.
During WWII, British experts trained Norwegians to sabotage the Nazi nuclear programme
A tv actress is paid $10m to marry a film star.
Spin-off from The Blacklist featuring Tom Keen & Susan ‘Scottie’ Hargrave.
New period drama from Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey) set in 1880s New York, a period dubbed the “gilded age” as vast amounts of new money exchanged hands and fortunes were made.
Fantasy sitcom about Eleanor (Kristen Bell), who is killed and ends up in the afterlife. Her facilitator Micheal (Ted Danson) tells her she is in ‘the good place’ due to her good deeds… Except, she hasn’t done those good deeds… It’s an admin error… Can she hide her past and manage to stay, or will she get sent to ‘the bad place’?
The baking competition with Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.
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. Doesn’t start till Oct 27 in the US, so it’s not clear if ITV2 will air it this year or next at the moment.
Comedy about a successful doctor with an iffy personal life. Cancelled by its US network but saved by Hulu and given a fourth season.
New tv series based on the Shannara books by Terry Brooks from Into the Badlands & Smallville creators Alfred Gough & Miles Millar. Airs on MTV in the US and 5star here.
Some people were born on the same day as each other in this drama starring Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes, Gilmore Girls), Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, Susan Kelechi Watson, Chris Sullivan and Ron Cephas Jones.
Demark’s turn again for the remake honours – this time of the serial killer drama.
H.G. Wells in modern times chasing Jack the Ripper.
Goran Visnijc stars as a bad guy who steals a time machine in order to change history (specifically American history.)
Another film adapted for TV. This time Bill Paxton takes the Denzel Washington role in this series produced by Jerry Bruckheimer
Romantic comedy with some darker tones from the makers of ‘Weeds’ and ‘Orange Is the New Black’.