The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 26th June – Sunday 2nd July)

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From what I can see, there’s nothing new starting this week. So that means series like Fargo, Twin Peaks, Ripper Street, Fearless and The Loch rumble on. However, there is one noteworthy thing happening this week – Netflix’s Better Call Saul makes its digital TV debut on AMC this week. A prequel to Breaking Bad, many say it’s one of the best things out there. Enjoy!

1 Fargo *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Gloria and Winnie start connecting the dots. Meanwhile, Nikki and Ray’s retaliation has consequences for Emmit.
Wednesday 28th June, 10pm, Channel 4

2 Twin Peaks *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
No synopsis available.
Tuesday 27th June, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

3 Ripper Street *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Reid and Jackson have a morbid plan to smoke serial killer Nathaniel Dove out of hiding, but Shine is on their trail and will stop at nothing to track them down, including the brutal intimidation of whoever he thinks might be protecting them. Reid also has other problems of his own when the papers portray him as a murderous vigilante, leading to his daughter’s opinion of him being shattered. Meanwhile, Susan enlists the help of trusted friends in the search for her young son – but not without grave risk to their safety.
Monday 26th June, 9pm, BBC2

4 Fearless *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
DCS Greenwood demands information from Emma about the missing SIM card from Miriam’s phone, but she denies any knowledge. A woman Tony Pullings photographed in 2003 tells the lawyer that he hosted parties that Linda attended, leading Emma to confronts Staine about the new revelations, but he refuses to help her track down Pullings. Meanwhile, the Simms family visit MP Matthew Wild to seek his help. Will he find a way of obstructing the exhumation that is vital to Emma’s case?
Monday 26th June, 9pm, ITV

5 The Loch *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Craig Petrie becomes a suspect in both murders, and Blake assists in questioning him. However, he quickly turns the tables on the police and casts doubt on Leighton’s innocence. Annie investigates his claims further, and her loyalty to Leighton is shaken when she discovers his alibi is a lie. Smilie tries to comfort Jonjo’s father, but is rejected.
Sunday 2nd July, 9pm, ITV

6 Better Call Saul
Breaking Bad spin-off, starring Bob Odenkirk as struggling attorney Jimmy McGill – the man who will one day become Saul Goodman. A terrestrial TV premiere.
Tuesday 27th June, 9pm, AMC

7 Riviera *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Georgina searches for answers by reviewing Constantine’s movements on the day of the explosion, while Christos’s hedonistic behaviour spirals out of control.
Thursday 29th June, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

8 Lethal Weapon *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Riggs and Murtaugh reunite with DEA agent Karen Palmer, and the trio soon obtain inside knowledge of dangerous new cartel operations. As Riggs’ attachment to Palmer deepens, so do his impulsive actions – a cause of further concern for Captain Avery and Delgado. Elsewhere, Trish explores the potential of an amazing new career opportunity as she is courted by a billionaire.
Friday 30th June, 9pm, ITV

9 Shots Fired *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Cory reveals crucial information about the night Joey was killed, allowing Preston and Ashe to refine their list of suspects.
Sunday 2nd July, 9pm, ITV

10 Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Two American flight attendants go missing while in Singapore, and Ryan and his International Response Team are called in to investigate.
Tuesday 27th June, 9pm, W

 

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