The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 2nd – Sunday 8th August)

This week it’s business as usual but there are a few new gems on the streaming services. Netflix has Israeli series Hit & Run, and over on All4/Walter Presents there’s the first Bulgarian series to be show in the UK – The Devil’s Throat. Looks good too! Enjoy!

S2 E4/6

After the events at Jósefváros, Emma’s hopes are dashed. In the present day, Kamilla and her husband lead Julien and Emma to a dramatic discovery.
Sunday 8th August, 9pm, BBC One

S2 E5

Salvage teams work the seabed of Usedom to pick up weaponry from the Second World War and phosphorous – which looks like amber – that’s regularly washed up on shore. Karin looks for phosphorous to help keep the beaches safe for amber collectors like motherless 10-year-old Ada. When a female body is found washed ashore, detective Ellen Norgaard is worried about the identity of the corpse and strange markings suggest foul play. Could a salvage team be involved?
Friday 6th August, 9pm, More4

S1 E4/6

The academic is called upon to help investigate the disappearance of a six-year-old girl and tensions rise so much between him and DI Rabbit that they finally come to blows.
Sunday 8th August, 9pm, ITV

S2 E9/13

Malcolm throws himself into a new case involving a killer whose crimes are escalating, and who has Edrisa’s online vigilante group the Killabustas trying to stop him. Meanwhile, Jessica realises she must dive deep into her past traumas to write a book and may need Gil’s help to do it, and Martin’s relationship with Dr Capshaw intensifies.
Wednesday 4th August, 9pm, Sky One

5 The Devil’s Throat *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
At the height of the refugee crisis in Bulgaria, the body of a retired border guard is found by the side of a lake in the scenic Rhodope mountains. Local police officer Philip and National Security agent Mia from Sofia are put on the case
From Friday 6th August, All4/Walter Presents

S1 E1-10/10

A happily married man’s life is turned upside down when his wife is killed in a mysterious hit-and-run accident in Tel Aviv.
From Friday 6th August, Netflix

7 Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S2 E4/8

At the Melbourne Kennel Club’s dog show, a competitor dies and her prized collie is framed for the murder; Peregrine considers a canine companion.
Monday 2nd August, Acorn TV

S1 E1/10

Reboot of the 1980s crime drama, starring Queen Latifah as a single mother and former CIA operative who uses her extensive crime-fighting skills to help those with nowhere else to turn. Robyn McCall springs into action when a teenager becomes embroiled in a dangerous situation.
Tuesday 3rd August, 9pm, Sky Witness

9 Law & Order: Organized Crime *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S1 E2/8

Bell and Stabler take on two new faces to the task force, and investigate the theft of Covid-19 vaccines being distributed to corrupt doctors.
Friday 6th August, 10pm, Sky Witness

10 Unforgotten *REPEAT*
S4 E2/6

Cassie and Sunny identify four potential suspects who trained as police probationers together, and two of them are still serving officers. They have no luck finding the rest of the body and decide to go public about the discovery of Walsh’s remains. 
Monday 2nd August, 10pm, ITV3

One Comment Add yours

  1. John Dutton says:

    Thank you …..Thank you. At last an actual mention for Nordic Murders in your listing despite now being up to episode 5 of the second series. I really don’t think it at all bad as I commented last week. But still a mystery to me how no-one has ever mentioned it before. Mind it does take me a time to place everyone in each episode but I blame my age.

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