Once again it’s as you were this week, with one notable addition. Yes, Fargo, Twin Peaks, Fearless, The Loch et al trundle on (although it should be noted that Fargo has now moved to 10.30pm), but there’s Danish crime drama in the shape of series two of Dicte (above), which I enjoyed very much during its first run. Enjoy!
1 Fargo *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Ray and Nikki plot revenge against Yuri and Meemo, but are forced to use caution when they see them with their boss, while Emmit and Sy listen to Varga’s plan to expand Stussy Lots. Gloria and Winnie want to question Emmit, but Varga sits in on their meeting, so the two officers then head off to try to talk to Ray, who refuses to answer his door and then checks into a motel with Nikki.
Wednesday 5th July, 10pm, Channel 4
2 Twin Peaks *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
No synopsis available.
Tuesday 4th July, 9pm, Sky Atlantic
3 Ripper Street *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Serial killer Nathaniel Dove goes into hiding deep in Hackney Marshes, where his brother Augustus intends to keep him safe until Reid’s capture and incarceration have been secured. But can the assistant commissioner rely on his brother to stay out of trouble? Meanwhile, Reid is left to stew in the cavernous backstage of the Alexandria Theatre with Long Susan, Jackson and Mimi, and with so much history between the four of them, tensions begin to mount.
Monday 3rd July, 9pm, BBC2
4 Dicte – Crime Reporter *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
The reporter is contacted by her estranged father, who wants to tell her something important, and they arrange to meet. When a young woman is found murdered in a nearby hotel room, Dicte and Wagner’s investigation into her fate leads them to the prostitution business controlled by wealthy Carl Ferdinand Poulsen. All the evidence points towards an extensive human trafficking ring, but can a mysterious woman named Grace lead the pair to the killer?
Friday 6th July, 9pm, More4
5 Fearless *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
As Kevin’s trial continues, the forensics seem to be proving his innocence and leading to an acquittal after 14 years, but the prosecution delivers a persuasive counter-argument. With Heather and Sir Alastair keen to bring the case to a close, will Kevin accept a plea of manslaughter to secure his freedom? Meanwhile, Yusef Attar sends word that he is in the UK and wants to meet Emma, who travels to Birmingham to see him, tracked by Olivia Greenwood.
Monday 3rd July, 9pm, ITV
6 The Loch *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Annie continues her determined investigation into the killer’s identity, and reaches a breakthrough when she discovers the weapons that were used in the murders. Seeking help from Quigley, she is finally able to track down the culprit, and the two detectives put their lives on the line to put a stop to the slaughter. However, their relentless pursuit of justice leads them into a dangerous confrontation, as they stalk the armed murderer through the dark corridors of the area’s hydroelectric dam.
Sunday 9th July, 9pm, ITV
7 Better Call Saul
Jimmy’s troubles escalate when he is taken hostage. An act of carelessness puts Chuck at risk.
Tuesday 4th July, 9pm, AMC
8 Riviera *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Following her discovery in the safe room, Georgina attempts to track down her husband’s elusive art collector, while Delormes finds a way to bring Negrescu to justice.
Thursday 6th July, 9pm, Sky Atlantic
9 Lethal Weapon *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE* *SERIES FINALE*
Riggs’ trauma regarding his wife’s death returns at the worst possible time – just as he is beginning to embark on a relationship with Karen Palmer. He makes a shocking discovery about Miranda’s demise that leads him back to the cartel in a frantic search for answers and his wild desperation leaves Murtaugh torn between his commitment to his partner and his devotion to his family. Damon Wayans, Clayne Crawford, Kevin Rahm, Floriana Lima and Johnathan Fernandez star in the final episode of this first series of the fast-moving detective drama, though a second run is already in the pipeline.
Friday 7th July, 9pm, ITV
10 Shots Fired *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Tensions are on the rise at Gate Station, as a violent riot erupts, bringing the citizens and the police into conflict.
Sunday 2nd July, 9pm, ITV