Best of 2018

Discover the shocking true crime, powerful political thrillers, and gripping original dramas that kept Sundance Now members riveted all year.

Discover the shocking true crime, powerful political thrillers, and gripping dramas that kept us riveted all year.

The Restaurant

A sprawling period drama, The Restaurant is a chronicle through time seen through the lens of a high-end family restaurant Djurgårdskällaren, a classical establishment in Stockholm. Over three seasons viewers accompany the family and their restaurant staff through several decades of success and defeat, love affairs and conflicts.

The Little Drummer Girl

In this bold adaptation of John le Carré's spy novel, a fiery and brilliant young actress (Florence Pugh), meets a mysterious stranger (Alexander Skarsgård) in Greece who draws her into a high-stakes game of international espionage.

The Cry

When their newborn baby goes missing in a small town in Australia, young parents Joanna and Alistair are forced to face the unthinkable.

The Split

If you loved The Good Wife, you’ll love The Split; an emotionally charged, fast paced, and masterfully acted drama that follows the Defoes - a family of all-female divorce court lawyers faced with mounting domestic issues both in and out of the courtroom.


McMafia journeys through a labyrinth of international criminals, money launderers, corrupt politicians and ruthless intelligence agencies.

Next of Kin

In this acclaimed crime drama GP Mona Harcourt (Archie Panjabi) discovers that her brother has been kidnapped in Pakistan just as a terror attack rocks West London. The effects of this day will have dire consequences for her family and put her loyalties to the ultimate test.

Deutschland 83

It's 1983. The Cold War is hot. Martin Rauch, born and raised in East Germany, is sent to West Berlin as a reluctant undercover spy. Dive into the electrifying espionage drama that’s captivated audiences around the world.