Another big week in the land of crime drama. In the lead up to the Easter weekend, we get the return of Bosch, for its fifth run. Based on the books by Michael Connelly, it’s one of the most reliable series out there. Elsewhere, series two of Trust Me begins, once again set in a hospital and starring the likes of John Hannah and Ashley Jensen. Enjoy!
1 Line Of Duty *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
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Sunday 21st April, 9pm, BBC One
2 Bosch *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
Set 15 months after bringing his mother’s killer to justice, Bosch finds himself seeking the truth on two fronts. New evidence in an old case leaves everyone wondering whether Bosch planted evidence to convict the wrong guy. And a murder at a Hollywood pharmacy exposes a sophisticated opioid pill mill, sending Bosch down a dark and perilous path in pursuit of the killers.
From Friday 19th April, Amazon Prime
3 Trust Me *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
Corporal Jamie McCain is recovering from a spinal injury that has left him paralysed. He faces a new enemy when patients on his hospital ward start dying unexpectedly around him. Jamie believes the deaths are suspicious, but being unable to move, his investigation is dangerous and difficult. With everyone in the department hiding a secret, catching a culprit seems like an impossible task. But with Jamie’s behaviour becoming increasingly erratic, is the threat real or imagined?
Tuesday 16th April, 9pm, BBC One
4 Follow The Money *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODES*
Anna continues to organise Nicky’s banking businesses while he tries to re-establish his relationship with Milas. Alf starts monitoring Nicky’s apartment but does not find what he was expecting. Frustrated, and struggling with insomnia and PTSD, he makes some quick – and bad – decisions that will have fatal consequences for innocent people.
Saturday 20th April, 9pm, BBC Four
5 The Widow *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODES*
Judith arranges a lift for Georgia with a group of medical aid workers, but the volatility of the region threatens to derail their journey. Pieter forces Adidja to partake in a terrifying exercise, while Ariel must confront the horrors of his past.
Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th April, 9pm, ITV
6 The Bay *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
A confession to Lisa shines a possible new light on Dylan’s killer. Meanwhile, Abbie has a terrifying experience with some local addicts, and Rob’s escalating actions begin to impact on his family. Elsewhere, Med starts to suspect Lisa is hiding something from him and begins to make his own investigations. Six-part crime drama following the work of Detective Sergeant Lisa Armstrong as she is assigned to a missing persons investigation.
Wednesday 17th April, 9pm, ITV
7 MotherFatherSon *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
As the nation stands on the brink, Max finds himself under the spotlight after his newspapers take the blame for the murder of the Prime Minister’s son. Kathryn must decide whether to make a huge sacrifice for the sake of exposing the truth and destroying Max’s empire. Meanwhile at Caden’s Rehabilitation Centre, Orla is transferred to a secure unit following a second suicide attempt.
Wednesday 17th April, 9pm, BBC Two
8 Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
After the murders of model Barbie Jones and respected fashion designer Florence Astor, Peregrine deploys her untested and unorthodox sleuthing skills to try to catch the killer.
Wednesday 17th April, 9pm, Alibi
9 The Rookie *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
The training officers and the rookies are pitted against each other in a competition – and Officer Chen notices Officer Bradford is obsessed with winning at all costs.
Thursday 17th April, 9pm, Sky Witness
10 Gone *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
A pop star’s sister is abducted from a sold-out concert – leaving the team with a huge crowd of suspects.
Wednesday 10th April, 9pm, 5USA