UK TV Air Dates for US & UK Shows in 2018
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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Sitcom about an upper-middle-class African-American family starring Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross.
Tea Leoni is the Secretary of State with a CIA background.
An epic saga about the secret history of the 1930’s American heartland, Damnation centres on the mythic conflict and bloody struggle between big money and the downtrodden, God and greed, charlatans, and prophets.
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.
Castle’s Stana Katic returns to TV as an FBI who vanishes whilst chasing a serial killer, only to be found 6yrs later, with no memory of what happened to her. What’s more, she is now on the run, after being implicated in a new set of murders…
The adventures of young Inspector Morse return to our screens.
The very long running crime drama returns to Universal.
After a short 10th season, Fox (the network, not Mulder) has decided that the truth is still out there (although possibly for the last time…)
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.
The makeover show returns after 15yrs, and is going global!
Set in 1619 in the early days of the first British settlers in America, Jamestown tells the story of a group of young women as they leave the Old World and their old lives behind them.
Comedy-drama about 3 friends who work for Scarlet, a global women’s magazine.
A spin-off from Chicago Fire – this one set in a hospital… which isn’t on fire… I hope… That wouldn’t be good…
Four-part drama explores the spiraling repercussions surrounding the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery man starring Carey Mulligan, John Simm, Billie Piper & Nicola Walker.
Not content with hosting everything on BBC2, Dara O’Briain has expanded to Dave, to bring us Dara O’Briain’s Go 8 Bit, a game-show based on classic video games! It’s now followed by a companion show ‘Go 8 Bit: DLC’ straight afterwards.
Murder mystery set in… well… guess where, starring Douglas Henshall (Primeval).
Stephen Mangan stars as a man with 2 wives, who are Heather Graham and This Is England’s Jo Hartley.
The long running medical show is still going.
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.
Horror TV show from Guillermo del Toro, about a vampiric virus that breaks out in NYC. Based on the Chuck Hogan novels. Dropped by W but being added to Sky On Demand/NOW TV as a box set.
Prequel to the Stargate series, releasing online at Stargate Command.
The show tells the story of a brash new maestro Rodrigo (Gael Garcia Bernal) who stirring things up when he joins a NYC symphony orchestra, and a young oboist Hailey (Lola Kirke) who hopes for her big chance.
Another film adapted for TV. This time Bill Paxton takes the Denzel Washington role in this series produced by Jerry Bruckheimer
The 90s high school experience: Desperate, heartfelt, awkward, exciting, and free of smartphones. Set in the real-life town of Boring, Oregon in 1996.
Sharon Stone stars as Olivia Lake, a successful children’s author whose rural idealism is submerged by an avalanche of deception, lies, corruption and murder.
David Farr’s (‘The Night Manager’) visceral eight-part retelling of the fall of Troy.
New BBC sitcom starring John Cleese, Alison Steadman (Orphan Black, Gavin & Stacey) and Jason Watkins (Taboo, Trollied, W1A, Being Human), about an pair of retirees, whose plans of marrying and moving abroad together are ruined by the return of Edith’s 50yr old, newly divorced, son.
Starring Claire Danes, the American remake of Israeli “Prisoners of War”.
The worst of American criminals continue to be dramatically showcased.
Sullivan Stapleton stars in this crime drama centring on a woman with tattoos of crimes needing to be solved.
‘The Daily Show with more prep time’ returns for a new, hilarious and genius season!
British crime noir detective series starring Anna Friel.
Drama from Alan Ball (‘Six Feet Under’, ‘True Blood’) starring Holly Hunter and Tim Robbins which takes a candid look at the complicated forces at work in America today, from the perspective of an apparently progressive and modern family.
The costly comedy usually returns shortly after the U.S. Return date for season 11b is our estimate, based on the fact they are rerunning 2 episodes of S11 every Thursday at the moment.
Big Bang Theory spin-off following the exploits of a young Sheldon Cooper, growing up in Galveston, Texas.
Peter Serafinowicz dons the blue suit as ridiculous superhero The Tick!
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 CGI animated series from Lucasfilm about the formation of the Rebel Alliance.
Hospital drama set during the American civil war. Will be available via UKTV Play on demand from the 21st May.
Top Gear returns, with Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid.
TV series based on J. K. Rowling’s Cormoran Strike novels.
Bruce Campbell returns as the chinny zombie-fighter. For those without Virgin, the Season 1 DVD is available here.
The US cable ratings monster (about undead monsters) returns.
A 10 part anthology series based on the work of Philip K. Dick.
Factual crime series investigating historical murders where the convicted went to the gallows pleading their innocence.
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.
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.
Sex and the City’s Sarah Jessica Parker returns to HBO in a comedy about a very long divorce.
Comedy about the goings on behind the scenes on an American dating show. Premieres on Amazon Prime Video, with Lifetime airing the linear broadcast later. Season 3 delayed in the US until Q1 of 2018.
New drama created by The Walking Dead’s Lennie James about a ‘unique and unlikely hero’ accused of a terrible crime.
Anthology series from Ryan Murphy. The 2nd series is based around the Versace murder and the 3rd about Hurricane Katrina. Season 2 with premiere first on BBC2 (Late Feb/Early March), then air on Netflix.
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.
Tim Allen sitcom. The first 3 seasons aired on Sky One but then was dropped. Picked up by E4 then dropped. Now on 5Star, which is showing Season 4 for the first time in the UK.
British sitcom about an all-inclusive hotel in Benidorm returns.
Medical Drama From House’s David Shore starring Bates Motel’s Freddie Highmore about a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome.
America’s biggest comedy returns.
Drama about the lives of a SEAL team starring David Boreanaz.
New comedy created by and featuring Idris Elba, loosely based on his childhood.
Sherlock in New York. Airing as a mid-season replacement this year in the US, so won’t be back till 2018.
The 90th Academy Awards. Preview from midnight on Saturday night/Sunday morning, with the Oscars live from 1.30am.
Seth McFarlane’s cartoon about the Smith family.
Stephen Amell returns as Green Arrow to try and not ‘fail this city’.
Revamped new series of Disney’s classic DuckTales with David Tennant voicing Scrooge McDuck.
Kiefer Sutherland returns to our screens as a US cabinet member that finds himself becoming president after all the people above him in the presidential line are killed.
American political thriller. First two seasons aired on More4, then moved to Sky Living from season 3.
Drama which traces the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda in the late 1990s and how the rivalry between the FBI and CIA during that time may have inadvertently set the path for the tragedy of 9/11. Stars Jeff Daniels and Peter Sarsgaard.
New series from Continuum’s Simon Barry about a remote Alaskan town that has been overrun by paranormal forces.
Marvel Universe series continues. Latest update is that it will likely land “late Feb/early March 2018.”
Once Upon A Time is back in the UK on Netflix
Greg Berlanti’s rather darker take on Archie Comics returns!
Krysten Ritter stars as Jessica Jones, the ex-superhero turned private detective.
Another American police show. This time however, it is a comedy making fun of all the other American police shows.
American musical drama starring Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights, Spin City) and Hayden Panettiere (Heroes). Season 4 moves from More4 to Sky Living.
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).
Supernatural drama about the Hastings family who own the only funeral home in the mysterious town of La Rochelle, Georgia. Stars Mario Van Peebles.
Based on novels by cult author Joe Lansdale. Stars James Purefoy, Michael K. Williams and Christina Hendricks. 6 episode series airs on Sundance in the US and on Amazon Prime in the UK, with a 2nd airing on AMC UK.
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)!
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. NOTE: Although it’s starting later this year, it’s later on The CW too, so after the first 4 episodes air in the UK, we’ll only be 1 week behind the US as normal.
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 clever lawyers are back on our television for a new season. Now premiering on Netflix weekly.
Patrick Warburton stars as Lemony Snicket in Netflix’s adaptation of the Lemony Snicket novels, with Neil Patrick Harris playing Count Olaf.
More fun to come with the Winchester boys, thanks to E4. Season 13 is due “late Spring 2018”.
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.
1930’s drama starring Keeley Hawes about a family that moves from Bournemouth to the Greek island of Corfu.
Sitcom set in ancient Rome.
Scifi drama from Kudos about a world where humans and robots are identical. Season 3 started shooting at the end of 2017 with a view to airing Spring/Summer 2018.
Follows the story of a teenager who comes home to find a box of cassette tapes recorded by his classmate, and crush, who committed suicide, containing stories of the thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life.
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. Season 2 is due “late Spring 2018.”
Series by Showtime starring Dominic West about, as the title suggests, an affair!
The BBC does French period drama.
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.
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.
Based on Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel about a near-future USA under the grip of a totalitarian theocracy… Stars Elisabeth Moss, Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski and Alexis Bledel.
Drama which tells the rebellious story of the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III, heir to the Getty oil fortune. Stars Donald Sutherland and Hilary Swank, written by Simon Beaufoy (‘Slumdog Millionaire’) and exec produced by Danny Boyle.
Innovative thriller based on Lottie Moggach’s debut novel which combines live action with state-of-the-art computer-generated virtual world sequences.
Bill Hader stars as ex-Marine turned low-rent hitman in the Midwest. Henry Winkler also stars.
The ever popular talent show returns.
Medical drama starring Matt Czuchry (The Good Wife, Gilmore Girls) as a tough, brilliant senior resident who takes a new doctor (Manish Dayal – Halt and Catch Fire) under his wing.
Described as ‘Entourage for Geeks’, and is the best half hour comedy on tv right now.
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.
Mark Strong, and Game of Throne’s Joe Dempsie star in this new espionage drama.
Australian drama about a charming heart surgeon.
Netflix reboot of the classic tv series.
Bosch follows the eponymous detective from Michael Connolly’s books.
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.
Set in 1896 amidst the vast wealth, extreme poverty and technological innovation of New York during the Gilded Age. The Alienist follows the hunt for a serial killer responsible for the gruesome murders of boy prostitutes. Stars Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning.
Companion show to the main Walking Dead series, this time set in LA. Airs on AMC Global, which is on a multi-year carriage deal with BT… You can get it with the BT Sports package on BT TV or Sky (around £7.50 a month with BT Broadband/£22 a month without… HD cost extra.) It will also be streamed onto Amazon Prime (and released on DVD/BD) if you’re happy to wait a little while!
Jonathan Nolan’s incredible retelling of the Michael Crichton film and novel returns. Again it’s being simulcast with the US at 2am, then repeated at 9pm the same day.
Season 1 was the story of how Albert became Einstein and stared Geoffrey Rush. Season 2 will tell the story of Pablo Picasso staring Antonio Banderas.
‘The Terror’ centres on the Royal Navy’s perilous voyage into uncharted territory as the crew attempts to discover the Northwest Passage – from executive producers Ridley Scott.
A brother and a sister raise a teenager, while helping each other out with dating.
A woman escapes from a cult and tries to lead a normal life.
Not Yet Scheduled TV Shows 2018
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.
Russell T Davies’ upcoming adaptation of John Preston’s ‘A Very English Scandal’ starring Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw.
Norse Gods are living in America and not an almighty Johnson in sight. Based on the Neil Gaiman novel.
Spoof police procedural in the vein of Police Squad.
The Bluths are back again for another new season on Netflix!
Half-hour comedy series created by and starring Community’s Donald Glover.
Reality series which sees William Shatner, Henry Winkler, George Foreman and Terry Bradshaw backpack through Asia with comedian Jeff Dye to check items off their bucket lists.
New drama from Line Of Duty’s Jed Mercurio, about the officers involved in involve protecting royals, politicians and diplomats… whether they deserve it or not.
Will Arnett’s voice stars in this sitcom where humans and animals live side by side.
New police drama starring Noel Clarke & Ashley Walters.
Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan’s critically acclaimed comedy returns for a new series.
Medical drama set in an overcrowded and understaffed ER in LA. Returns early 2018 in the US. No news on the UK air date yet.
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.
Daredevil returns to Netflix for a 3rd season in Hells Kitchen.
New part live-action/part computer-animated comedy from Jon Brown (‘Loaded’, ‘Fresh Meat’, ‘Veep’) about a trio and their obsession with an MMORPG.
Adult animated comedy fantasy series from ‘The Simpsons’ Matt Groening.
Musical drama series about a fictional hip hop music and entertainment company, Empire Enterprises. Stars Terrence Howard.
Stephen Mangan, Tamsin Greig and Matt LeBlanc return for the final 5th season of this brilliant comedy.
Bill Burr and Michael Price’s animated sitcom about a 1970’s US family returns for a 3rd season.
English language intrigue miniseries from France set in Africa, the Middle East and Europe
A group of friends from Harvard played by Cobie Smulders, Keegan-Michael Key, Fred Savage, Annie Parisse, Nat Faxon and Jae Suh Park star as a group of ex-Harvard college buddies meeting up again in their 40s.
Netflix’s wrestling comedy returns.
UK adaptation of Showtime’s Emmy-nominated series ‘Web Therapy’ starring Stephen Mangan.
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
HBO comedy about a weed delivery guy in NYC.
Robin Wright returns for a final season with more 2-faced backstabbing and political intrigue.
Former CIA operative turned professor is lured back to his old life to help stop a serial killer. Stars Alan Cumming.
A martial arts warrior and a boy embark on a perilous journey.
Drama series about The Knights Templar, the legendary brotherhood of warrior monks, starring Tom Cullen.
Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid are in their seventies and rediscovering love in this romantic comedy
TV series based on the 16th-century Chinese novel ‘Journey to the West’.
One of the live-action Marvel shows on Netflix, starring Mike Colter as the man with super strength and unbreakable skin.
Idris Elba’s unhinged and unconventional detective returns.
Netflix’s Emmy winning documentary series about the life and convictions of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey.
Drama based on the memoirs of former London Metropolitan police detective DCI Colin Sutton starring Martin Clunes.
Emma Stone and Jonah Hill star in this remake of a Norwegian dark-comedy series about an institutionalized man who lives a fantasy life in his dreams.
Witches, vampires, werewolves, Angels and that sort of thing in this new series from the True Blood author.
One man. Three bots. And a vault of B movies just begging to be riffed. Welcome to an all-new era of MST3K.
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).
A doctor becomes a therapist for an American football team. Three seasons exist.
From the creator of Shameless, this comedy drama follows a police station in a rough part of Manchester.
Russia invades another country. This is fiction though, in a new drama from Jack of all trades Jo Nesbo, and the country in question is a fictionalised Norway.
Adaptation of the ‘Patrick Melrose’ series of semi-autobiographical novels written by Edward St. Aubyn starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
An army officer returns from fighting nationalist rebels in the colonies only to find his former Cornish life in disarray. Aidan Turner (Being Human) stars.
New limited series bringing back many of the original characters.
Drama from The Man in the High Castle’s Frank Spotnitz, starring Luke Roberts (Black Sails, Game of Thrones) as a crisis and hostage negotiator.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest prequel from American Horror Story’s Ryan Murphy starring Sarah Paulson.
Satirical impressionist comedy starring Alistair McGowan.
Drama from Neil Jordan starring Julia Stiles as a woman drawn into the criminal underworld after her billionaire husband is murdered, and she discovers his life was not all it seemed…
Comedy entertainment series which looks at video games throughout the decades.
Matthew Senreich & Seth Green’s wonderfully ludicrous Robot Chicken returns for a 9th season.
Australian television series set 25yrs after the events of Geoffrey Wright’s acclaimed 1992 movie.
Inspired by the Samuel L. Jackson/Colin Farrell, the drama follows the sergeant of a Los Angeles SWAT unit who is torn between his loyalty to his team and the streets.
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.
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 a 2hr finale episode!
Ryan Phillippe stars in a TV series based on the Marky Mark Wahlberg film (which in turn was based on a book).
Semi-autobiographical comedy from Frankie Shaw about a 20-something single mother, aspiring actress in South Boston.
Sitcom starring Minnie Driver as Maya DiMeo, mother of 3 kids, including her eldest boy JJ (Micah Fowler), who has cerebral palsy.
Musical drama from ‘Empire’ creator Lee Daniel’s about 3 young singers.
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!
Teen Wolf has FINALLY found a UK home on Netflix!
Cold war spy espionage drama set in the 1980s. First two seasons aired on ITV, with seasons three and four on ITV Encore. Renewed for a final 6th season in the US.
Six tales from the American frontier, from the minds of Joel and Ethan Coen.
The original Swedish/Danish language drama (which then was remade all over the world), returns for a final season. Moves from BBC Four to BBC Two.
Spin-off from ‘The Good Wife’, following Diane Lockhart to a new law firm.
Supernatural teen drama series starring Guy Pearce, Sorcha Groundsell & Percelle Ascott.
Some students in New York discover that magic is real.
New drama coming to Netflix created by indie film makers Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, with Marling also starring. A powerful, mind-bending tale about identity, human connection and the borders between life and death.
Fantasy adventure series about a female hero with supernatural power defending her world against a fanatical religious dictatorship.
Drama from Ripper Street’s Richard Warlow based on the phenomenal true story of how one of the most elusive criminals of the 20th century was caught and brought to trial.
Four planes crash on the same day in four different countries. Three children miraculously survive… Based on the trilogy of books by Sarah Lotz.
Live action adaptation of the Dark Horse Comics series about a dysfunctional family of superheroes, set in an alternate history where JFK was never assassinated.
Steve Coogan’s alter-ego returns to the BBC with a new series on BBC One.
Goran Visnijc stars as a bad guy who steals a time machine in order to change history (specifically American history.)
Tim Roth and Christina Hendricks star in a revenge thriller set in the Rocky Mountains. Produced by Kudos. As they did with ‘Riviera’, the whole thing will also be dropped on to Sky On Demand and NOW TV at the same time, so you a binge your way through it!
True Detective returns for a 3rd season of the anthology crime drama.
A six-part sitcom about the life of William Shakespeare from Ben Elton starring David Mitchell. It’s 1592 and Will Shakespeare is just at the beginning of his extraordinary career. The series will focus on both Will’s family and professional life and include the surprising stories of where many of his ideas came from. Also featured are his wife Anne and his extended family, his servant Bottom, his friends Kate and Marlowe, his theatrical troupe, and his rival Robert Greene.
Marky Mark takes a break from playing with big robots, and Donnie stops chasing down criminals, to help his brother and mum with their burger business.
Prisoner Cell Block H remake is back for a new season.
Eve, a 19-year-old American tourist is targeted by crazed serial killer Mick Taylor. She survives his attack and embarks on a mission of revenge.
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!
Procedural drama from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk about the lives and careers of first responders – cops, paramedics, firefighters.
Family comedy about a man living in an apartment, sandwiched between his doting parents on one side, and his brother, sister-in-law, and baby on the other.
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.
Ashley Jensen (Extras) stars as PR-guru turned-amateur-sleuth Agatha Raisin. Dropped by Sky, but renewed by streaming service Acorn TV – a US streaming service that specialises in UK imports.
New comedy series from Scrub’s Zach Braff about a man who sets out to start up his own business.
Not to be confused with American Crime Story, American Crime is also anthology crime drama.
A Dutch drama about a man falsely accused of a hit and run
Richard Armitage stars in this CIA spy series set in the German capital.
comedy series created by Pamela Adlon and Louis C.K. Stars Adlon as Sam Fox, an L.A. based actress and single mother to 3 daughters trying to juggle life, mothering, and getting her big break.
Comedy about modern-day man who, at a crossroads in his life, decides to live according to the Bible.
Psychological horror series set in the Stephen King multiverse.
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.
When his career is ruined by scandal, superstar magician Cameron Black (Jack Cutmore-Scott) has only one place to turn to practice his art of deception, influence, and illusion – the FBI.
Brand new “epic and intimate” sci-fi fantasy drama from J.J. Abrams.
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.
Crime thriller set in Paris
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 Bella Thorne. Airs in the US in 2017.
New courtroom drama from ShondaLand, the people that brought you Grey’s Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder and Scandal.
Stars Josh Hutcherson (‘The Hunger Games’) as “Josh Futturman,” a janitor by day/gamer by night who is recruited by mysterious visitors to travel through time in order to prevent the extinction of humanity.
Fantasy/Fairy tale themed musical comedy from Dan Fogelman with songs from Alan Menken & Glenn Slater.
TV series based on the 1990 novel of the same name by Elmore Leonard.
Spin-off from Black-ish which sees teenage daughter Zoey (Yara Shahidi) head to college.
Follows the story of a corrupt, intoxicated ex-cop turned hit-man, who is injured when a hit goes bad, only to have his life changed forever by a relentlessly positive, imaginary tiny blue winged horse named Happy!
Due back in 2014 for the third season which begins in October in the US
Anthology series based on the cult classic 80’s movie.
Adaptation of Philip Pullman’s epic fantasy trilogy of novels.
A Live-action/CGI show starring Jenna Elfman as a woman and her unhinged imaginary friend.
Jason Ritter stars as a man visited by a ‘celestial being’, who gives him the task of saving the world…
Prequel to the story of Superman, set on his doomed home planet, and following his grandfather Seg-El.
Comedy set on the weekend flights from LA To Vegas. From the guys that brought Anchorman and Talladega Nights.
PLL’s Lucy Hale stars as a young woman who is diagnosed with terminal cancer, but finds out she’ll actually live, so has to deal with the choices she made when she was live life like she was dying.
Bad Robot’s adaptation of the 2016 dark fantasy horror novel by Matt Ruff.
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.
Matt LeBlanc plays a stay-at-home dad after his wife goes back to work, and learns parenting is not as easy as it seems.
TV show based on the Marvel comic books about 2 teenagers from very different backgrounds, who find themselves burdened and awakened to newly acquired superpowers while falling in love.
New Marvel live action superhero comedy series, about a young adult super team lead by Squirrel Girl.
Marvel superhero drama about 6 diverse teenagers who can barely stand one another, but who must unite against a common foe… their parents. Created by Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona.
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.
Spin-off series from ‘Sons Of Anarchy’, this time following their Mexican counterparts, the Mayans MC.
Comedy examining one man’s life over a 50-year span.
Superman prequel in the same vein as ‘Gotham’.
Workplace anthology comedy series set in heaven. Season 1 stars Daniel Radcliffe & Owen Wilson.
Anna Faris stars in this sitcom about a dysfunctional mum and daughter.
Brendan Gleeson and Harry Treadaway star in this adaptation of the Stephen King novel by David E. Kelley.
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.
Cross between ‘Extras’ and ‘Episodes’, it’s a comedy about 3 actor/comedians still waiting for their big break, who try to trade on the names of their more famous friends to get ahead.
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.
Dutch drama about a widow who has to run her late husband’s criminal empire
New Ryan Murphy ongoing drama, set in 1980’s New York. Due in 2018 in the US.
Jennifer Beals stars as a cardiothoracic surgeon who is is paid by a terminally ill billionaire (Matthew Modine) it investigate what happens after death…
Hourlong sci-fi, family drama about an African-American single mother who discovers her young son has multiple, constantly changing abilities.
Fresh from her battles with computer programmes in Person of Interest, Sarah Shahi battles with a virtual reality programmes in this new drama. Also starring Dennis Haysbert (24- arguably the President the US could currently do with).
The classic 90’s sitcom returns!
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.
Stars Burn Notice’s Jeffrey Donovan as a failed magician Charlie Haverford, who now works as a psychic.
TV series based on the acclaimed 2013 film of the same name starring Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs.
The story of a couple whose marriage is reignited by their divorce.
John C. McGinley (Scrubs) stars as Stan, a small town disgruntled former sheriff who finds himself battling demons!
Scifi drama about a Caltech student who is ‘stitched’ into the memories of recently deceased people to help solve crimes…
Set in Memphis during the tumultuous early days of the civil rights movement, Sun Records tells the untold story of nothing less than the birth of rock ‘n’ roll.
During WWII, British experts trained Norwegians to sabotage the Nazi nuclear programme
An overworked television producer and single mother in the middle of a separation has her life is turned upside down when her young daughter goes missing in the middle of the night.
A tv actress is paid $10m to marry a film star.
Military drama starring Anne Heche and Mike Vogel.
TV series based on the John Wick movies.
Story of a group of refugees who turn up in a small American fishing town claiming to be fleeing from a war-torn country… Only that country IS America, and the war hasn’t happened yet!
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance returns to the world of Thra with an all new adventure.
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.
New cop dramedy from the creator of ‘Monk’, starring Tony Danza, about a father and son. Dad is a rule-bending retired NYPD officer, whilst his son is a straight-shooting detective.
A young rapper who is looking for a big publicity stunt to kick-start his career, runs for mayor of his hometown in California… and wins.
Comedy about a successful doctor with an iffy personal life. Cancelled by its US network but saved by Hulu and given a fourth season.
Polish drama about border guards on the Poland-Ukraine border
A three part series about the rise and fall of a Dutch banker
Nathan Fillion stars as the oldest rookie in the LAPD.
A fictionalised Royal Family drama, with Liz Hurley as the Queen. Let that sink in for a moment. Liz Hurley as the Queen.
The Underground Railroad chronicles young Cora’s journey as she makes a desperate bid for freedom in the antebellum South.
Adaptation of Anne Rice’s classic vampire book series
Drama series based on the globally popular fantasy saga from Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski, which also spawned some hugely popular video games!
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.
Another comic book series from Greg Berlanti. This one based around the Dick Grayson led team of ‘Titans’.
Nicola Walker (Spooks) leads a strong cast in this cold-case murder mystery.
‘Sabrina The Teenage Witch’ reboot based on the ‘Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’ comic book.
The drama follow an elite unit of helicopter pilots trained to perform clandestine international and domestic missions. Netflix had said it would air 01 November… Then it didn’t appear, so we’re still waiting…
Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch co-star in the scripted event series based on the 1993 Waco, Texas siege.
Jeremy Piven stars as a genius tech innovator who creates a cutting-edge crowdsourcing app to solve his daughter’s murder.
40yr old tries to reboot her career by pretending to be 26. Dropped by Sony Channel.