REVIEW: Follow The Money (S3 E3&4/10)

When the second series of Follow the Money started it felt a tad uninspired that they reused the opening credits from the first one with just a couple of actors replaced. This time around they’ve been given a lot more attention and are little stories in and of themselves. At the start of episode three,…

Killing Eve series three acquired by the BBC

Series three of Killing Eve has been snapped up by the BBC. Series one made the headlines and was a global hit, series two is doing the business and will soon be winging its way to our shores, and now we’re hearing news that series three has been snapped up by the BBC. This shouldn’t…

BBC One confirms Trust Me transmission date

The second series of BBC One’s Trust Me sounds like an intriguing-sounding, high-concept thriller. Series one, you might remember, Jodie Whittaker played Cath Hardacre, a caring and hard-working A&E nurse. However, when she raises her concerns about the standards slipping at the hospital her world takes a turn for the worse. In this second series,…

REVIEW: The Victim (S1 E4/4)

In the final chapter of The Victim the jury delivers their verdict on Anna, whilst Craig faces his own challenges. When one final confrontation brings more revelations, will anybody get the closure they seek? Ahead of her sentencing, Maureen tells Anna that Craig isn’t Eddie after all – a statement that she receives with utter…

Lee Child to produce dramatised true crime series

After his appearance at the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate last year, it was evident that superstar crime novelist, Lee Child, was on the hunt for a TV project to sink his teeth into. During that festival he told the audience that he was hoping to take his Jack Reacher franchise to…

REVIEW: The Bay (S1 E4/6)

We’re now into the back half of this series set in Morecambe, and you sometimes wish Eric himself would drop in and Bring Me Sunshine away down the promenade to breath a bit of the unexpected into it because so far this has been very much by-the-numbers fare with some infuriating elements. After last week’s…

REVIEW: The Victim (S1 E3/4)

In the previous episode of The Victim, revelations around Craig’s childhood added a further layer of confusion as to his supposed guilt. Anna is feeling positively biblical when she tells her lawyer she demands an eye for an eye – but as she awaits her turn in court, can she control her anger to avoid…

The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco returns to ITV in April

When it was announced that a sequel series to The Bletchley Circle was to be set in San Francisco, we were intrigued: we had a soft spot for the first series. It followed a group of women who worked as codebreakers at Bletchley Park during the second world war and, having now returned to civilian…

Killing Eve renewed for a third series

With series two currently playing out on BBC America in the US, news reaches us that Killing Eve has been commissioned for a third series. The award-winning cat-and-mouse thriller series, starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, is a fan favourite and aired in the UK on BBC One. The third series will feature the two…

Norway readies itself for premiere of Wisting

We’re looking forward to seeing Wisting, touted as the next big thing to come out of Norway. The series is based on best-selling Norwegian author, Jørn Lier Horst’s The Hunting Dogs and The Caveman featuring Police Inspector William Wisting. Sven Nordin plays the titular lead character, while The Matrix’s Carrie-Anne Moss plays an FBI agent, who joins…

Alibi announces new series We Hunt Together

UKTV crime channel, Alibi, is now fully in on the business of producing original content. The home of Murdoch Mysteries and Miss Fisher has announced a new six-part series – We Hunt Together – written by Cheat’s Gaby Hull. The series begins with the collision of two people: Babeni (Baba), a former child soldier desperate…