Adrian Dunbar headlines the cast of Blood, a new Irish thriller that will screen in Ireland and the UK and in the US on Acorn TV.
Line of Duty, one of the best UK crime dramas EVER, has returned to the US with its latest season, and it is one heckuva humdinger.
Hailed as “unmissable” by The Times (UK), Line of Duty will soon make its way from US streaming services to broadcast TV, when local public TV stations begin screening the gritty, in-your-face crime thriller.
BBC Two is marking its 50th year, and guess who gets the anniversary present? We do! The gift? Not one but two more series of the critically-acclaimed and viewer-favorite crime drama Line of Duty. Woot!
In the realm of crime dramas, noir is the new black, and the latest series of Line of Duty is as dark and gripping from start to finish as any of the Nordic Noir programs that have crossed the fjords.
The second series of crime drama Line of Duty has resumed filming in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and assuming it will be as brilliant as the first, then I, for one, cannot wait for it to arrive stateside.