The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 16-Sunday 22nd July)

It’s pretty much as you were this week, with the likes of Sharp Objects, Unforgotten, Hidden, Picnic At Hanging Rock and Dicte continuing. Ioan Gruffudd’s new Australian drama, Harrow, begins on Friday, as does series three of Stan Lee’s Lucky Man. Elsewhere, we bid a fond farewell to Longmire – that perennially underrated Wyoming-set crime series….

The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 9th – Sunday 15th July)

The Bridge is dead, long live The Bridge. Or in this case, long live crime drama because it’s a HUGE week in the genre, with no less than four brand-new, top-quality series – the eagerly awaited Sharp Objects, series three of Unforgotten, Picnic At Hanging Rock and series three of Danish favourite Dicte – Crime…

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

What to watch now The Bridge has finished? There should be a period of global mourning, but the crime drama wheel carries on spinning, regardless. One thing we’re excited about this week is the start of Indian drama, Sacred Games, on Netflix, which looks great, and two new South American series on Walter Presents/All4. Enjoy!…

The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 28th May – Sunday 3rd June)

Unbelievably, we’re half-way through the final series of The Bridge, while the excellent A Very British Scandal comes to an end. Elsewhere, there are new episodes of Elementary, Inspector Montalbano and Bulletproof, while we say goodbye to Rought Justice. Enjoy! 1 The Bridge *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE* S4 E4/8 Still at large, Taariq spots the…

The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 21st – Sunday 27th May)

It’s pretty much as you were this week, with one notable exception – Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu are back in ‘the American Sherlock‘, Elementary. Enjoy! 1 The Bridge *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE* S4 E3/8 Swedish journalist and radical left-wing expert Richard Dahlqvist broadcasts live on the internet, denying Red October’s involvement in the murder….

The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 14th – Sunday 20th May)

Well, it’s all happening this week. The Bridge continues, A Very British Scandal (with Hugh Grant and Ben Wishaw) begins, and the Lee Ingelby four-part, Innocent, is stripped across the week on ITV. There’s also Bulletproof on Sky1, new Montalbano and lots of other stuff. Enjoy!

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

It’s pretty much as you were this week, except for a few notable series finales. On Tuesday, we say farewell to series five of Shetland – which has been very good – and then, next Saturday, it’s the final episode of Mosaic. Also, Before We Die returns after its week off. Enjoy!

The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 5th – Sunday 11th March)

A couple of new things this week, in among all the ongoing treats like Save Me, American Crime Story and Mosaic: Danish thriller Below The Surface takes over the 9pm slot from Modus (exec produced by The Killing’s Søren Sveistrup and Borgen’s Adam Price no less), and Belgian series Rough Justice takes over from Rebecka Martinsson on Friday nights…

The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 26th February – Sunday 4th March)

And so the madness continues. Another week rammed full of crime drama – some that are ending, some that are beginning. Most notable is Sky Atlantic’s Save Me, starring Lennie James and Stephen Graham, and The Assassination Of Gianni Versace, the next American Crime Story installment. Elsewhere, we say goodbye to Rebecka Martinsson and Strike.

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

It’s another big week in the crime drama arena – when isn’t it – with series two of Hans Rosenfeldt’s London-based series, Marcella, starting up this week (although, what we really want is his Malmö-based series to hurry up and get going over here). Elsewhere, the excellent Craith comes to an end next weekend and, on…

The 10 Best Crime Dramas This Week (Monday 12th – Sunday 18th February)

Another big week in the crime drama world, with three new series starting up, all starring some names. Favourite, Shetland, begins its third series, while we have a John Simm double-hit – Collateral (also starring Carey Mulligan) on BBC Two and Trauma on ITV, which is being shown Monday to Wednesday. Enjoy!