Twenty-two new series, seasons, and specials from the UK and Ireland premiere in the US in November.
For updates about shows from the UK, Canada, and Ireland added to US linear TV and streaming channels throughout the month, see the British TV Viewing Guide.
Programs and dates are subject to change without prior notice.
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Death in Paradise: Season 9 (UK)
This hit mystery series returns with DI Jack Mooney (Ardal O’Hanlon, My Hero) investigating more murders on the Caribbean island of Saint Marie, until a romantic encounter prompts him to reflect… and to return home to Britain. Replacing him is DI Neville Parker (Ralf Little, The Café). Death in Paradise: Season 9 has its US SVOD premiere on Sunday, November 1, exclusively on BritBox. New episodes arrive weekly.
This political thriller stars Hugh Laurie (House) as Peter Laurence, a self-made, charismatic politician whose life seems to be falling apart. Yet he is shamelessly untroubled by guilt or remorse, and continues to further his own agenda while others plot to bring him down. Costarring Helen McCrory (Peaky Blinders), Sidse Babett Knudsen (Borgen), and Millie Brady (The Last Kingdom), Roadkill premieres in the US on Sunday, November 1, at 9 PM ET, on PBS (check your local listings). It will also be available to stream on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel.
The A Word: Season 3 (UK)
The new season of this contemporary drama picks up soon after the events in the Season 2 finale, with Joe (Max Vento), a young boy with autism, his parents Paul (Lee Ingleby, Criminal: UK) and Alison (Morven Christie, Grantchester), and grandfather Maurice (Christopher Eccleston, Doctor Who) facing new challenges. The A Word: Season 3 premieres in the US on Wednesday, November 4, at 11 PM ET, on SundanceTV.
Riviera: Season 3 (UK)
Opening a year after the Season 2 finale, this thriller’s new season finds the reinvented Georgina Ryland (Julia Stiles, Hustlers) traveling the world with her charismatic new ally, Gabriel Hirsch (Rupert Graves, Sherlock), as they attempt to unravel a conspiracy involving stolen artworks. Riviera: Season 3, a Sundance Now Original series, premieres in the US on Thursday, November 5, exclusively on Sundance Now. New episodes debut weekly.
Save Me Too (UK)
The second season of award-winning thriller Save Me opens 17 months after Nelly Rowe (Lennie James, The Walking Dead) was accused of abducting his estranged daughter, Jody. New potential suspects are revealed and long buried secrets unearthed as Nelly is torn between protecting a young woman he found in a caravan park and continuing his mission to find Jody. Save Me Too, a Peacock Original series, premieres in the US on Thursday, November 5, exclusively on Peacock.
Two Weeks to Live (UK)
Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones) stars in this dark comedy series as Kim Noakes, a 20-something oddball who’s been sequestered in the wilderness with her doomsday-prepping mother, Tina (Sian Clifford, Fleabag), since the murder of her father. Feeling compelled to go on a belated coming-of-age adventure, Kim sets out to find her dad’s killer and ropes two mismatched brothers into her scheme along the way. Two Weeks to Live premieres in the US in its entirety on Thursday, November 5, exclusively on HBO Max.
One Man, Two Guvnors
The Late Late Show host James Corden won Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle awards for his performance as Francis Henshall, an out-of-work musician in 1960s Brighton, in this hugely popular play by Richard Bean. After Francis takes on two jobs for which he must keep his “two guvnors” apart, he finds himself in increasingly difficult predicaments that result in comic mayhem. One Man, Two Guvnors premieres in the US on Friday, November 6, at 9 PM ET, on PBS (check your local listings), pbs.org/broadwayonpbs, and the PBS Video App. (Video is from National Theatre: 50 Years on Stage)
Autumnwatch 2020 (UK)
The Watch team — Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan, Gillian Burke, and Iolo Williams — returns to document the Scottish wilderness amid seasonal transitions via live-broadcasting the beautiful wildlife throughout autumn. Autumnwatch 2020 premieres in North America on Sunday, November 8, exclusively on BritBox. (New episodes arrive daily) (Video is from 2019)
Set in the world of international finance, this drama follows a group of young graduates competing for a limited number of permanent positions at a top investment bank in London. Soon the boundaries between colleague, friend, lover, and enemy blur as they immerse themselves in a company culture defined as much by sex, drugs, and ego as it is by deals and dividends. For more details, read this article. Industry, an HBO Original series, premieres in the US on Monday, November 9, at 10 PM ET, on HBO, as well as on HBO Max.
The South Westerlies (Ireland)
Orla Brady (Into the Badlands) stars in this drama as Kate, a single mom and environmental consultant who goes undercover to quash objections to a Norwegian-owned offshore wind farm planned for a small town on the southwest coast of Ireland. Her eco-battle is complicated by the emergence of old secrets and the reappearance of a surfer with a striking resemblance to her teenage son. For more details, read this article. The South Westerlies, an Acorn TV Original series, premieres in the US in its entirety on Monday, November 9, exclusively on Acorn TV.
Rise of the Nazis (UK)
This three-part documentary shows how Adolf Hitler and the Nazis rose to power. In 1930, Germany was a liberal democracy. Four years later, democracy was dead, Germany’s leader ruled as a dictator, and the government was in the hands of the Nazis. Rise of the Nazis premieres in the US on Tuesday, November 10, at 9 PM ET, on PBS (check your local listings).
Alex Rider (UK-US)
Based on the best-selling “Alex Rider” novels by Anthony Horowitz (Foyle’s War), this spy thriller series follows Alex Rider (Otto Farrant, The White Queen), an ordinary teenager recruited to work on behalf of MI6, a career for which he uses skills he didn’t know he had as he becomes an extraordinary spy. Alex Rider premieres in the US on Friday, November 13, on IMDb TV.
James May: Oh Cook! (UK)
In this seven-episode cookery series based on his first recipe book, Oh Cook!: 60 Easy Recipes That Any Idiot Can Make, motoring enthusiast James May trades the road for the cook top, showing viewers how to prepare various dishes from the perspective of someone who can’t really cook, namely himself! James May: Oh Cook! premieres globally on Friday, November 13, exclusively on Prime Video.
The Crown: Season 4 (UK)
The new season of this historical drama finds Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Colman, Broadchurch) seeking to safeguard the line of succession by securing an appropriate bride for Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor, The Durrells in Corfu), while tensions arise between her and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson, The X-Files). Costarring Emma Corrin (Pennyworth) as the young Lady Diana Spencer, The Crown: Season 4, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Sunday, November 15, exclusively on Netflix.
Secrets of Royal Travel (UK)
The British Royal Family is the most well-traveled monarchy in history, and this two-part documentary tells the inside story of the monarchy on the move, taking viewers inside some of the most famous and exclusive transportation systems around the globe with select interviews of royal staff. Secrets of Royal Travel premieres in the US on Sunday, November 15, at 10 PM ET, on PBS (check your local listings), PBS.org, and the PBS Video App. It will also be available to stream on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel.
His Dark Materials: Season 2 (UK-US)
The new season of this fantasy series, based on Philip Pullman‘s “His Dark Materials” novels, finds Lyra (Dafne Keen, The Refugees) embarking on a journey in a mysterious abandoned city, where she meets Will (Amir Wilson, The Secret Garden), a boy from our world who is also running from a troubled past. Meanwhile, Mrs. Coulter (Ruth Wilson, Mrs. Wilson) searches for Lyra, determined to bring her home by any means necessary. His Dark Materials: Season 2 premieres in the US on Monday, November 16, at 9 PM ET/PT, on HBO. It will also be available to stream on HBO Max.
Our Girl: Season 4 (UK)
In the fourth and final season of this popular drama, military medic Georgie Lane (Michelle Keegan, Brassic) is now a sergeant and training a new group of medics while living happily in Manchester with her family. But after a night out turns perilous, she can’t deny that the painful memories of losing the love of her life to a Taliban attack is the real reason she doesn’t want to join her division’s deployment to Afghanistan. Our Girl: Season 4 premieres in North American in its entirety on Tuesday, November 17, exclusively on BritBox.
Cold Call (UK)
Set in Manchester, this four-part thriller tells the story of June (Sally Lindsay, Scott & Bailey), a single mother who tries to salvage her family’s future after falling victim to a cold call scam. Following the death of her mother and fueled by rage, June attempts to hunt down those responsible to get her revenge. Cold Call premieres in the US in its entirety on Thursday, November 19, on Sundance Now.
Small Axe (UK)
Written and directed by Oscar® winner Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave), this anthology series is comprised of five original films, set between 1969 and 1982, that tell personal stories from members of London’s West Indian community, whose lives have been shaped by their own force of will despite rampant racism and discrimination. Small Axe, an Amazon Original series, premieres in the US on Friday, November 20, exclusively on Prime Video.
Black Narcissus (UK)
Based on the best-selling novel by Rumer Godden, this three-part drama stars Gemma Arterton (The Escape) as Sister Clodagh, an ambitious young nun who attempts to establish a mission in 1934 at Mopu, a clifftop palace in a remote part of the Himalayas. Once known as the “House of Women,” the place holds many dark secrets, and with the arrival of the sisters of St. Faith, its haunting mysteries awaken forbidden desires that seem destined to repeat a terrible tragedy. Featuring one of Diana Rigg’s final performances, Black Narcissus, an FX limited series, premieres in the US on Monday, November 23, at 8 PM, on FX. It will also be available to stream on FX on Hulu starting the next day.
Jekyll and Hyde (UK)
Based loosely on Robert Louis Stevenson‘s classic story, this series stars Tom Bateman (Beecham House) as Robert Jekyll, a naive and sensitive young man in 1930s London who learns he has inherited his grandfather’s curse — transforming into the strong and fearless Hyde when angered or in danger. As he tries to discover the truth about his past and searches for a cure, Jekyll gets drawn deeper into Hyde’s world of monstrous creatures and freaks of nature. Jekyll and Hyde premieres in the US on Monday, November 30, on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel.
I Hate Suzie (UK)
Billie Piper (Doctor Who) stars in this comedy-drama series as Suzie Pickles, an actress whose life is thrown into turmoil when her phone is hacked and compromising photographs of her are leaked. For more details, read this article. I Hate Suzie premieres in the US exclusively on HBO Max (date tba).
Select public TV stations and regional networks will begin airing the following programs on or after November 1. Check you local listings or contact the station that serves your area for air dates and times. To request the show, contact your public TV station or American Public Television.
Frankie Drake Mysteries: Season 3 (Canada)
Set in 1920s Toronto, the third season of this mystery series finds private detectives and business partners Frankie Drake (Lauren Lee Smith, This Life) and Trudy Clarke (Chantel Riley, Wynonna Earp) tackling cases involving Agatha Christie, a mermaid-themed jazz club, swanky Toronto private schools, and more. Frankie Drake Mysteries: Season 3 is confirmed for airing on the following public TV stations and regional networks: Idaho Public Television, Iowa PBS, KAMU, KEET, KERA, KQEH, KTCA, KUAT, KUED, New Hampshire PBS, NJTV, Oregon Public Broadcasting, PBS Wisconsin, South Carolina ETV, South Dakota Public Broadcasting, WDSC, WETA, WFYI, WGBH, WLRN, WMVS, WXEL
World’s Greatest Ships: The Mayflower (UK)
In this documentary, Rob Bell (London: 2000 Years of History) looks at the story behind the Mayflower, the legendary vessel that brought the Pilgrims to America. World’s Greatest Ships: The Mayflower is confirmed for airing on the following public TV stations and regional networks: Connecticut Public Television, Idaho Public Television, KTCA, KUEN, Maryland Public Television, UNC-TV (North Carolina), WETA, WILL, WOSU
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS BEING ADDED TO LINEAR TV
Ovation TV continues with more seasons of the following series, which it began airing in October. All episodes will air on the linear TV channel at 7 PM ET / 4 PM PT, and be available for on-demand streaming at ovationtv.com/watch and via the Ovation NOW app.
Luther: Seasons 2-4 (UK)
Idris Elba (Thor) stars in this gritty crime thriller as DCI John Luther, a brilliant, maverick detective working for London’s Serious Crime Unit, who faces a succession of psychological duels between hunter and hunted, predator and prey. But as the stakes get ever higher and more personal, Luther’s lonely path pulls him towards the very edge of temptation. Back-to-back episodes air on Mondays, with Season 2 starting on November 2, followed by Season 3 on November 16, and Season 4 on November 30.
The Fall: Season 2 (UK)
Opening ten days after the Season 1 finale, Season 2 of this cat-and-mouse crime thriller sees DSI Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson, Sex Education) trying to help a survivor remember details of her attack by serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan, “Fifty Shades” trilogy), while Spector ties up loose ends. The Fall: Season 2 begins airing Saturday, November 14.
Death in Paradise: Seasons 4-5 (UK)
Kris Marshall (Sanditon) leads the cast of this clever mystery series set on the (fictional) Caribbean island of Saint Marie as DI Humphrey Goodman. With his team at the Honoré Police, the detective investigates the murders of a wide range of victims over these two seasons. (Read this article for details.) Death in Paradise: Season 4 begins airing Thursday, November 12, followed by Season 5 on Thursday, November 26.
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS BEING ADDED TO STREAMING SERVICES
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Acorn TV and its digital channels, including Acorn TV on Amazon.
It Takes a Worried Man: Series 1 (UK)
Series creator Peter Tilbury (Birds of a Feather) stars in this Britcom as Philip Roath, a lazy, insecure, and self-centered 35-year-old man who struggles to come to terms with his lot, all while his boss tries to get him to work for his salary, his ex-wife rings periodically to remind him of his inadequacies, and his analyst relates problems that dwarf his own. It Takes a Worried Man: Series 1 begins streaming Monday, November 2.
Prince Charles: Inside the Duchy of Cornwall (UK)
This two-part documentary takes viewers behind the scenes of the historic Duchy of Cornwall during the year that HRH Prince Charles celebrated a half-century at the helm of the 700-year-old royal estate. With exclusive access to Prince Charles and featuring scenes with Camilla Parker-Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince Charles: Inside the Duchy of Cornwall begins streaming Monday, November 2.
Law & Order: UK: Series 1-2 (UK)
Set in London, this English adaptation of the award-winning US police-and-courtroom drama format stars Bradley Walsh (Doctor Who) as DS Ronnie Brooks (the only character to appear in every episode). Regular cast members in the first two seasons include Jamie Bamber (Strike Back) as DS Matt Devlin, Harriet Walter (Belgravia) as DI Natalie Chandler, Ben Daniels (The Crown) as Senior Crown Prosecutor James Steel, Freema Agyeman (Doctor Who) as prosecutor Alesha Phillips, and Bill Paterson (Fleabag) as CPS director George Castle. Law & Order: UK: Series 1 begins streaming Monday, November 16, followed by Series 2 on Monday, November 30.
B & B (UK)
Kevin Whately (Inspector Lewis) stars in this TV movie as Steve Shepherd, a single father who, after getting fired from a local architectural firm, turns his large home into a B&B to bring in some cash. Steve’s ex-boss, Horace (Ian McNeice, Doc Martin), becomes aware that the house sits in the middle of his proposed development site for vacation homes, which means Steve’s home must be removed for construction to move forward… B & B begins streaming Thursday, November 26.
The Yorkshire Vet Countryside Specials (UK)
This popular observational documentary series takes viewers into the world behind the beloved drama series All Creatures Great and Small, which was inspired by the books of Alf Wight (aka James Herriot). It follows Yorkshire veterinarian Julian Norton, Alf’s former trainee Peter Wright, and their staff as they work with their four-legged clients. The Yorkshire Vet Countryside Specials begin streaming Thursday, November 26.
Adapted from Sarah Waters‘s Man Booker Prize short-listed historical crime novel, this two-part drama set in Victorian England follows petty thief Sue Trinder (Sally Hawkins, The Shape of Water) and wealthy heiress Maud Lilly (Elaine Cassidy, Acceptable Risk), whose lives collide after Sue agrees to help a con man (Rupert Evans, Charmed) defraud Maud. Except the plan is turned upside down, followed by twists and turns and gobsmacking revelations for both women. Costarring Imelda Staunton (Flesh and Blood) and Charles Dance (Game of Thrones), Fingersmith begins streaming Monday, November 30.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on BritBox and its digital channels, including BritBox on Amazon.
Dad’s Army: Complete Series (UK) (Exclusive)
This iconic British sitcom follows the struggles of a Home Guard platoon during World War II. With the threat of invasion from Nazi Germany, the Home Guard was formed with men not yet in the regular army, as well as a group of volunteers who became known as “Dad’s Army.” The complete Dad’s Army begins streaming Friday, November 6.
‘Allo ‘Allo!: Complete Series (UK)
Gordon Kaye stars in this hilarious and hugely popular World War II-set Britcom as René, a café owner who must contend with Nazis and the Gestapo in his establishment while risking his neck to aid the Resistance. But his biggest threat is what his wife will do if she finds out about his affairs with the two sexy waitresses. The complete ‘Allo ‘Allo! begins streaming Saturday, November 7.
To the Manor Born: Complete Series (UK) (Exclusive)
Penelope Keith (Executive Stress) stars in this Britcom as Audrey fforbes-Hamilton, a widow forced to sell her home due to death taxes. The buyer of Grantleigh Manor: the dashing Richard DeVere (Peter Bowles, Victoria), a rich supermarket owner with whom Audrey develops a love-hate-but-really-it’s-love relationship. The complete To the Manor Born begins streaming Friday, November 13.
Good Neighbors: Complete Series (UK)
This Britcom was written specifically for Richard Briers (Monarch of the Glen), who plays Tom Good, a 40-year-old draftsman whose midlife crisis prompts him and his wife, Barbara (Felicity Kendal, Rosemary & Thyme), to take on living a completely self-sufficient life, including raising their own vegetables and animals for food. But they live in an exclusive neighborhood in suburbia, and snobby neighbor Margo Leadbetter (Penelope Keith, Next of Kin) and her husband, Jerry (Paul Eddington, Yes Minister), aren’t too keen on the Goods’ new lifestyle. The complete Good Neighbors begins streaming Saturday, November 14.
Rising Damp: Complete Series (UK)
Leonard Rossiter (The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin) leads the cast of this Britcom as Rupert Rigsby, the grubby, prejudiced landlord of a seedy boarding house, where he rents his rundown bedsits to a variety of tenants, including uni administrator (and Rupert’s love interest) Ruth Jones (Frances de la Tour, Vicious), med student Alan Moore (Richard Beckinsale, Porridge), and Philip Smith (Don Warrington, Death in Paradise), a planning student who claims to be the son of an African Chief. The complete Rising Damp begins streaming Sunday, November 15.
One Foot in the Grave: Seasons 4-6 (UK) (Exclusive)
In exploring the world of bad-tempered 60-year-old Victor Meldrew (Richard Wilson, Merlin), this Britcom shows that early retirement is highly overrated. To Victor, it’s one step up from a death sentence. But he’s not in the grave just yet, so he spends his days fussing and fuming over every little thing while his kind-hearted and long-suffering wife, Margaret (Annette Crosbie, Little Dorrit), continues to work. One Foot in the Grave: Seasons 4-6 begins streaming Friday, November 20.
The New Statesman: Complete Series (UK) (Exclusive)
This late ’80s-mid ’90s Britcom, which skewers the UK’s Conservative Party government of the time (with Prime Ministers Thatcher and Major), stars Rik Mayall (The Young Ones) as Alan B’stard, a Conservative MP who is elected to Parliament with a massive majority due to the mysterious absence of any opposing candidates. His thirst for power is paramount as he adopts ruthless methods to reach the top of the political ladder. The complete The New Statesman begins streaming Saturday, November 21.
Chef!: Complete Series (UK) (Exclusive)
Lenny Henry (The Syndicate) stars in this Britcom as Gareth Blackstock, the arrogant, tyrannical, and endlessly insulting top chef at (and later owner of) the Michelin-starred Le Chateau Anglais restaurant. While perfectionist Gareth is a wiz in the kitchen, he’s basically clueless about everything else in life, including the growing dissatisfaction of his beautiful but neglected (and smarter than him) wife, Janice (Caroline Lee-Johnson, Roadkill). The complete Chef! begins streaming Sunday, November 22.
The Bill: Season 25 + “The Best of” (UK)
Centered around the lives of police officers at the fictional Sun Hill Police station, this crime drama is Britain’s longest running police procedural drama with a staggering 26-year run. With an impressive list of high-profile guest stars, the “best of” collection features appearances by David Tennant (There She Goes), Hugh Laurie (A Bit of Fry and Laurie), Craig Charles (Red Dwarf), and Keira Knightley (Pirates of the Caribbean). The Bill: Season 25 + “The Best of” begin streaming Tuesday, November 24.
A Bit of Fry and Laurie: Seasons 2-4 (UK)
Written and performed by Stephen Fry (QI) and Hugh Laurie (House), this iconic sketch comedy show helped launch this pair to comedy super-stardom. A Bit of Fry and Laurie: Seasons 2-4 begins streaming Friday, November 27.
Do Not Adjust Your Set: Seasons 1-2 (UK)
Innovative and influential, this comedy sketch show was written by and starred Michael Palin (Ripping Yarns), Terry Jones (The Meaning of Life), and Eric Idle (At Last the 1948 Show), and featured guest performances from David Jason (Open All Hours), animations by Terry Gilliam (The Meaning of Life), and the musical antics of the legendary Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band. Do Not Adjust Your Set: Seasons 1-2 (complete) begins streaming Saturday, November 28.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Hulu.
Skins: Complete Series (UK)
This groundbreaking, award-winning comedy-drama series follows the messy lives, loves, delirious highs, and inevitable lows of a group of raucous teenage friends in Bristol. Featuring Kaya Scodelario (The Pale Horse), Nicholas Hoult (The Great), and Joe Dempsie (Game of Thrones) in the show’s ensemble cast, the complete seven-season Skins begins streaming Sunday, November 1. (You can add it to your stuff now.)
Killing Eve: Season 3 (UK-US)
After all the OMG events in the Season 2 finale, Season 3 of this blockbuster hit drama finds MI6 operative Eve (Sandra Oh, Grey’s Anatomy) has survived being shot and psychopathic assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer, Thirteen) believing she’s dead. Then a shocking and personal death sets the two women on a collision course yet again. Killing Eve: Season 3 begins streaming Friday, November 6.
Burden of Truth: Season 3 (Canada)
In the third season opener of this legal drama, attorneys Joanna Chang (Kristin Kreuk, Beauty and the Beast) and Billy Crawford (Peter Mooney, Rookie Blue) face a verdict in their new law firm’s first case. Later an old friend of Joanna suffers a devastating loss that forces Joanna to face long-buried demons from her past. Burden of Truth: Season 3 begins streaming Saturday, November 21.
The titles below join Ovation TV’s “Mystery Alley” lineup of free mystery programming, accessible via the Ovation NOW app and at ovationtv.com/watch, all starting Sunday, November 1. Read this article for information about Mystery Alley.
- Midsomer Murders: Season 4 (UK)
- Murdoch Mysteries: Season 12 (Canada)
- Rebus: Season 4 (UK/Scotland)
- Republic of Doyle: Season 4 (Canada)
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel.
Prince Philip: The Plot to Make a King (UK)
This hour-long documentary reveals the complexities and frustrations of the Royal marriage, as Queen Elizabeth struggled to reconcile the love of her husband, Prince Philip, with the suspicions of her family and the British government. (For further details, read this article.) Prince Philip: The Plot to Make a King begins streaming Friday, November 27, on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Prime Video.
Delicious: Season 1 (UK)
Set in Cornwall, this contemporary drama series stars Dawn French (The Vicar of Dibley), Emilia Fox (Silent Witness), and Iain Glen (Jack Taylor) as Gina, Sam, and Leo — the three sides of a love triangle. Foodie Gina is divorced from Leo, a chef and hotelier who left her for Sam, his current wife. Sam suspects he’s having an affair and confides in Gina, only to discover that Gina is the other woman. Delicious: Season 1 streams as a no-additional-charge title for Amazon Prime members on Prime Video from Sunday, November 1, through the end of the month.
Jamestown: Season 1 (UK)
Set in 1619, this historical drama follows the first English settlers as they establish a community in the New World. They include Jocelyn Woodbryg (Naomi Battrick, A Very English Scandal), Alice Kett (Sophie Rundle, Peaky Blinders), and Verity Bridges (Niamh Walsh, The English Game), the women betrothed to Jamestown men Samuel Castell (Gwilym Lee, Midsomer Murders), Henry Sharrow (Max Beesley, Ordinary Lies), and Meredith Rutter (Dean Lennox Kelly, Shameless). Jamestown: Season 1 streams as a no-additional-charge title for Amazon Prime members on Prime Video from Sunday, November 1, through the end of the month.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Sundance Now and its digital channels, including Sundance Now on Amazon.
Bang: Season 1 (UK/Wales)
This award-winning crime drama set in the steel town of Port Talbot revolves around Sam (Jacob Ifan, Cuffs) and his sister Gina (Catrin Stewart, Stella). He’s a troubled loner whose life is transformed when he comes into possession of a gun and starts to break the law; she’s am ambitious cop trying to find the weapon’s owner. The family saga plays out against an inquiry into the shooting of a local businessman that raises questions for Sam and Gina about their father’s murder when they were young children. Shown in Welsh and English with English subtitles, Bang: Season 1 begins streaming Thursday, November 12.
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