The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 28th November – Sunday 5th December)

And just like that, we’re into December! Christmas – and our end-of-year lists – are coming, but in the meantime, we have more crime drama to watch, with more in the coming weeks! This week we have new BBC crime drama, You Don’t Know Me, as well as more on Netflix and Walter Presents. Enjoy!

1 Dopesick *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S1 E5/8

With OxyContin abuse spreading across the country, Bridget brings the fight to Purdue while Rick and Randy seek to find a whistleblower within Purdue to tie their case together.
Wednesday 24th November, Disney+

2 Dexter: New Blood *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S1 E4/10

The father of Dexter’s latest victim makes an unexpected announcement, and Harrison is considered a hero after an incident at school.
Monday 28th November, 10.05pm, Sky Atlantic

3 Impeachment: American Crime Story *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S3 E7/10
At his deposition in the Paula Jones case, President Clinton flatly denies her accusations, but doing the same for the insinuations about Monica will prove to be risky. Meanwhile, Linda finds herself under pressure, pilloried and caricatured on TV and in the press, and later in the White House, Bill learns he must stand his ground, but will Hillary help?
Tuesday 29th November, 9pm, BBC Two

4 You Don’t Know Me *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
S1 E1/4

Drama based on Imran Mahmood’s novel about a man standing trial for murder who fires his barrister during the court case, in favour of representing himself in court. Deciding to abandon the version of events he had been told would be in his best interests, he instead presents his own version of events, revealing how a law-abiding car salesman in the frame for murder. 
Sunday 5th December, 9pm, BBC One

5 Close To Me *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S1 E5/6

Jo’s lost year is replayed from Rob’s point of view, revealing events she cannot remember, and secrets she never knew. Struggling to get through to Jo as she falls into a depression following Finn’s departure for university, Rob finds himself beset from all sides with his business also failing, leading to ultimatums being laid down at a big charity event.
Sunday 5th December, 9pm, Channel 4

6 Angel Of Death (Szadz) *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
S1
E1-7/7
A young girl is murdered near Opole. Terrifying body mutilations and marks left in place indicate ritual murder. The matter is being dealt with by Commissioner Agnieszka Polkowska. Due to the extraordinary cruelty of the crime and the suspicion that the perpetrator may be a serial killer, the case is interested in the Provincial Headquarters. Polkowska, to her dissatisfaction, is assigned to the investigation of Commissioner Tomasz Mrówiec. At that time, Piotr Wolnicki, lectures on religious studies at the Opole university. He permanently works and lives with his family in a beautiful home. Already at the beginning of the academic year, the man chooses his humble and intelligent student Ewa Banach as his favorite. The girl does not know that her lecturer hides a dark secret.
From Friday 3rd December, All4/Walter Presents

7 Money Heist *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODES*
S5
E5-10/10
An unusual group of robbers attempt to carry out the most perfect robbery in Spanish history – stealing 2.4 billion euros from the Royal Mint of Spain.
From Friday 3rd December, Netflix

8 Temple *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
S2 E5/7

Daniel discovers the price of defying Gubby, while Lee and Ash go on a reconnaissance mission, Eve is put under pressure by Moloney, and Anna’s reckless behaviour comes to a head.
Monday 28th November, 9pm, Sky Max

9 Dan Brown’s Lost Symbol
S1 E3/10

With the CIA hot on their trail and Mal’akh demanding they split up, Robert and Katherine are forced to turn to Nunez for help. Sato interrogates Bellamy and is pressured by her superiors to produce answers for the growing number of questions regarding the case.
Thursday 2nd December, 9pm, Sky Mix

10 Endeavour *REPEAT*
S2 E2/4

As England and Argentina kick-off in the World Cup quarter-final, Oxford’s streets are deserted. At an almost empty museum, Adrian Weiss, a specialist in heraldry and genealogy, is found dead – slain by a ceremonial dagger with links to 19th-century India. An entry in the visitors’ book leads Morse to a girls’ boarding school, where a note reading ‘Save Me’ is mysteriously slipped into his coat pocket. Digging into the building’s troubled history, he finds a connection between Weiss’s untimely fate and a series of unsolved murders that occurred on the school’s grounds almost 100 years earlier. 
Wednesday 1st December, 8pm, ITV3

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