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  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 14,707
    HAYSIE said:

    This was good.
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    Unforgotten is BACK! Star Nicola Walker hints at what fans can expect as the cold case drama returns to ITV - and says she lives in fear of letting the killer's identity slip



    Nicola Walker (left), who plays DCI Cassie Stuart in ITV's hit crime drama Unforgotten, admits she lives in fear of accidentally revealing the true identity of Matthew Walsh's mystery killer. Matthew went missing in March 1990 and his decapitated body was found in a freezer at a scrapyard in the first episode. The murderer appears to come from a group of people to whom viewers are introduced in episode one (right).

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-9274873/Unforgottens-Nicola-Walker-worries-revealing-mystery-killer-live-TV.html
  • lucy4lucy4 Member Posts: 3,409
    Missed this the first time it's got good reviews will give it a go.



    Freddie Highmore thriller Bates Motel recently left Amazon Prime Video but the series has already found a new home with the BBC.

    A prequel series to Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller Psycho,the show’s five-season run presented a new spin on the well-known story.

    Bates Motel arrives on BBC iPlayer on Sunday 21st February 2021, with episodes also being broadcast weekly on the BBC One from Tuesday 23rd February, with a double bill beginning at 10.45pm.

    The series is inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 film Psycho and serves as a modern-day prequel to the events we see in the famous film.

    The show focuses on a young Norman Bates and his mother, Norma, following the death of Norman’s father and their purchasing of the Seafairer motel, in Oregon.

    In the first season the motel’s original violent owner breaks in to the establishment before eventually mother and son murder him and decide to dispose of the body in secret.
  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 14,707
    lucy4 said:

    Missed this the first time it's got good reviews will give it a go.



    Freddie Highmore thriller Bates Motel recently left Amazon Prime Video but the series has already found a new home with the BBC.

    A prequel series to Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller Psycho,the show’s five-season run presented a new spin on the well-known story.

    Bates Motel arrives on BBC iPlayer on Sunday 21st February 2021, with episodes also being broadcast weekly on the BBC One from Tuesday 23rd February, with a double bill beginning at 10.45pm.

    The series is inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 film Psycho and serves as a modern-day prequel to the events we see in the famous film.

    The show focuses on a young Norman Bates and his mother, Norma, following the death of Norman’s father and their purchasing of the Seafairer motel, in Oregon.

    In the first season the motel’s original violent owner breaks in to the establishment before eventually mother and son murder him and decide to dispose of the body in secret.

    I havent felt tempted yet.
  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 14,707
    HAYSIE said:

    I thought this got off to a good start.

    Bloodlands — the new Jed Mercurio police thriller with plenty of surprises
    Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio, star James Nesbitt and writer Chris Brandon talk to Andrew Billen about their new Northern Ireland drama, Bloodlands




    Is Sunday night’s new BBC One thriller Bloodlands a gritty police drama about Northern Ireland today and the long legacy of the Troubles? Or is it a socially realist, bent-cop melodrama in the mould of Line of Duty? After all, its executive producer is Jed Mercurio, the creator of Line of Duty (the sixth season of which is expected to air soon). On the other hand Bloodlands, written by a man who grew up in the province in the Eighties and Nineties, is, unlike Line of Duty, set in a specific location. Strangford Lough, from which a car containing an apparent suicide note is hauled in episode one, is practically a character in its own right. So are the towering yellow cranes

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/bloodlands-the-new-jed-mercurio-police-thriller-with-plenty-of-surprises-rbkm22xq9
  • EssexphilEssexphil Member Posts: 3,608
    Recorded Bloodlands-not watched it yet.

    Unforgotten is excellent.
  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 14,707
    Essexphil said:

    Recorded Bloodlands-not watched it yet.

    Unforgotten is excellent.

    Badlands looks really good, I noticed that Jed Mercurio of Line of Duty fame was involved.

    I have enjoyed the 3 series of unforgotten so far.

    I havent a clue why they release all episodes of some series, but not others.

    It surely doesnt make a difference these days to the tv companies?
  • HAYSIEHAYSIE Member Posts: 14,707
    I started watching Boss this week.
    A familiar face turned out to be a hardly recognisable Daniel Travanti from Hill Street Blues fame.



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    edited February 23
    Amazon’s Jack Reacher TV Series (2020) | Alan Ritchson, Release Date, Amazon Prime, Cast, New Film



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    Viewers left horrified by first look at Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson in new TV show

    Twitter users have been left ‘freaked out’ by an image of Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson, as shooting commences on a new drama about the prime minister.
    This Sceptred Isle, a five-part series due to air on Sky Atlantic and the streaming service NOW TV, follows “the events surrounding the UK prime minister, the government and the country in the face of the first wave of the global pandemic”.

    A press release on the upcoming drama reads: “This Sceptred Isle will tell the tale of some of the most devastating events to ever befall the United Kingdom, and of a prime minister leading in these unprecedented times.




    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/entertainment/tv/viewers-left-horrified-by-first-look-at-kenneth-branagh-as-boris-johnson-in-new-tv-show/ar-BB1e13fZ?ocid=msedgntp
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