The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 19th – Sunday 25th April)

Not long to go now before Line Of Duty finishes up its sixth series, but until then we have an intriguing-looking Kate Winslet crime drama from HBO – Mare Of Easttown. It looks great. Elsewhere, Devils finishes up, as does Welsh drama, Bregus. Enjoy!

1 Line Of Duty *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S6 E6/7

As AC-12 struggle to deal with the repercussions of tragic events, Hastings makes one final bid to uncover institutionalised corruption before his time runs out.
Sunday 25th April, 9pm, BBC One

2 Mare Of Easttown *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
S1 E1/7

A detective in a small Pennsylvania town investigates a local murder while trying to keep her life from falling apart. 
Monday 19th April, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

3 The Flight Attendant *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S1 E6/8

Reeling from a falling out with Ani, Cassie brings Buckley along for an alcohol-fuelled escapade that ends in a meltdown. Megan embarks on a clandestine mission, while amid mounting pressure from her co-conspirators, Miranda continues to hunt Cassie down.
Friday 23rd April, 9pm, Sky One

4 Keeping Faith *NEW BBC PREMIERE EPISODE*
S3 E5/6

Rose receives footage of Steve leaving Faith’s house at dawn. While she realises she has lost an ally, she decides he still has his uses as an instrument of her revenge – and soon after, he disappears without trace. Mike receives news from Professor Rhys that Osian’s tumour is now completely inoperable, and resigns himself to the fact that his son is going to die. Osian does not give up so easily however, and is determined to go through with the experimental treatment regardless.
Saturday 24th April, 9pm, BBC One

5 Your Honour *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S1 E8/10

Jimmy puts pressure on Michael over Carlo’s trial. At a family dinner, Adam announces his future plans. 
Tuesday 20th April, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

6 Devils *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE* *LAST IN SERIES*
S1 E10/10

Massimo looks to use the dossier to finally stop Dominic, and Sofia discovers the truth about her brother’s death.
Wednesday 21st April, 9pm, Sky Atlantic

7 Bregus *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE* *LAST IN SERIES*
S1 E6/6

After confessing to her affair with Richard and leaving Mart and their family home, Ellie receives a message from an unknown number – it’s a picture of her and Ems kissing. She knows that the game is far from over and if she’s not going to lose everything she’s going to have to fight back and fast – but what more could Richard possibly want from her? 
Sunday 25th April, 9pm, S4C

8 Harrow *NEW UK PREMIERES EPISODE*
S3 E2/10

Reeling from the discovery that his son is alive, Harrow finds a welcome distraction in one of the most bizarre cases he’s ever encountered: the murder of a vampire.
Wednesday 21st April, 9pm, Alibi

9 Endeavour *REPEAT*
S3 E2/
4
A mysterious fire that killed an artist with links to political activists leaves the police baffled, while Bright finds himself short-staffed when a stomach bug puts most of his men on sick leave. The situation becomes more serious when a housewife dies of the same condition. Endeavour investigates a family-run supermarket, believing the infection may have stemmed from their stock being deliberately contaminated, and discovers dark secrets that may have a connection to the unexplained blaze.
Tuesday 20th April, 8pm, ITV3

10 Life On Mars *REPEAT*
S2 E7/8

Sam and the rest of the CID unit get to work in an effort to prove Gene’s innocence when he becomes a suspect in a murder case. But as the investigation continues, further evidence is stacked up against Hunt, leading to a conclusion that rocks the very foundations of the detective’s already fragile world. 
Friday 23rd April, 9pm, Drama

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