The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 22nd – Sunday 28th April)

It’s pretty much as you were this week – Line Of Duty rumbles on, while Follow The Money and The Widow near their conclusions. Elsewhere, The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco returns for the final four episodes (why?), while Dutch series, The Adulterer, starts on Channel 4/All4. Enjoy!

1 Line Of Duty *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S5 E5/6
No synopsis available.
Sunday 28th April, 9pm, BBC One

2 Follow The Money *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODES*
S3 7&8/10
Anna finds out that Nete has plans to co-operate with the police and tries to put a stop to it, while Nicky and Lala get off on the wrong foot when she starts taking over both his businesses and the access to Marco. Alf is confronted by Stine about his substance abuse and the mysterious shift of course in the Nicky and Marco case, while the police chief continues to puts pressure on him to follow a hidden agenda.
Saturday 27th April, 9pm, BBC Four

3 The Widow *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODES*
S1 E5&6/8
As she finally comes face to face with Pieter, Georgia resorts to extreme measures to learn more about Will’s disappearance. Judith’s return to her home brings back memories from her past, but she doesn’t foresee an unexpected twist of fate. 
Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd April, 9pm, ITV

4 The Bay *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE* *LAST IN SERIES*
S1 E6/6
Manning and Med question Holly about the mysterious other person present when Dylan died, determined to get to the truth. Lisa struggles to accept her suspension from the force after the reveal of her secret, but with everything at stake, will she still be able to bring Dylan’s killer to justice from the sidelines? 
Wednesday 24th April, 9pm, ITV

5 The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODES*
S3 E5/8
A bloodied and battered stranger collapses on Millie and Jean’s doorstep, dragging them into a mysterious warring underworld. In a race against time, the four women must unravel the patterns behind a series of attacks in order to avoid becoming the next victims. Drama set during the mid-1950s, following four women gifted with extraordinary intelligence, capacity for pattern recognition and decryption.
Friday 26th April, 9pm, ITV

6 The Adulterer *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
S1 E1/8
A photographer and a lawyer are attracted to each other, a situation complicated by their wealthy and powerful families. While her husband is a state prosecutor, his father-in-law is a corrupt property tycoon – and their illicit relationship draws them into a web of lies and murder.
Sunday 28th April, 11pm, Channel 4

7 MotherFatherSon *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE* *LAST IN SERIES*
S1 E8/8
As the nation heads towards a general election, Kathryn has to make a decision on the offer that Max has made to her. Meanwhile, Caden leaves the rehabilitation Centre, returning to London and an uncertain future. How will Caden react to the news? Can Kathryn ever trust Max to keep his word? And where will the nation find itself after the most divisive of election campaigns? 
Wednesday 24th April, 9pm, BBC Two

8 Trust Me *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S2 E2/4
Jamie continues to disrupt the unit with his recurring night terrors. As he obsessively searches for the truth, his behaviour becomes increasingly erratic. Is the threat real or imagined?
Tuesday 23rd April, 9pm, BBC One

9 Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S1 E3/8
After two pop singers are electrocuted while performing on a TV music show, Peregrine’s impartiality is tested when an old boyfriend is named as the lead suspect in the case.
Wednesday 24th April, 9pm, Alibi

10 The Rookie *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE* 
S1 E6/20
The team sets out on the search for Nolan’s former mentor Officer Hawke, who has gone on the run after assaulting a man. Tim Bradford needs help predicting the moves of criminals.
Thursday 25th April, 9pm, Sky Witness

 

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