Review: Shetland (S4 E3/6), Tuesday 27th February, BBC One

NB: SPOILERS INSIDE We were left with a DNA shocker and a revenge attack by Thomas Malone in last week’s episode, and while the fall-out from those two events continued on Shetland this week, it was all about Tosh’s trip to Norway to investigate Sally McColl’s link with Først Energy. Advertisements

Review: Save Me (S1 E1/6), Wednesday 28th February, Sky Atlantic

NB: SPOILERS INSIDE Sky Atlantic is more known for its HBO and Showtime imports than its UK originals, although it has been increasing its in-house productions year on year. Most recently we’ve had The Tunnel (good), Riviera (meh) and Tin Star (average) in the crime drama genre, but now we get Save Me: a six-part…

More4 confirms Belgian crime drama Rough Justice transmission date

After the success of Professor T last year on Channel 4’s Walter Presents strand, the channel (or at least its affiliate, More4, goes back to Belgium again with Rough Justice (or Coppers as it was known in its own country). Set in Antwerp, Superintendent Liese Meerhout (Hilde De Baerdemaeker) leads her close-knit team in the homicide…

BBC Four confirm transmission details for Below The Surface

One of the more eagerly awaited crime dramas of the year, Below The Surface has incredible pedigree behind the camera. The Killing’s Søren Sveistrup and Borgen’s Adam Price are executive producers (along with Meta Louise Foldager Sorensen (A Royal Affair)), and is created by Dicte’s Kasper Barfoed. It’s a veritable whos-who of Danish drama. BBC Four has been…

Review : Before We Die (S1 E7/10), Tuesday 27th February, Channel 4

NB Spoilers Inside The net is closing in on Christian this week in Before We Die, as Operation Krajina stalls whilst both the Mimicas and Organised Crime Unit begin to close in on their respective spies. Will the luckiest dishwasher in Sweden be able to get away with his life – and the girl?