The U.K. nails these dark series every time. Maybe it’s all the black tea?
When their newborn baby goes missing in a small town in Australia, young parents Joanna and Alistair are forced to face the unthinkable.
If you loved The Good Wife and are a fan of Nicola Walker (Unforgotten, Last Tango in Halifax), 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.
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.
McMafia journeys through a labyrinth of international criminals, money launderers, corrupt politicians and ruthless intelligence agencies.
Following a seemingly innocent date between Laura Nielson (Joanne Froggatt, DOWNTON ABBEY) and Andrew Earlham (Ioan Gruffudd), a series of volatile accusations capsize their lives.
This intoxicating thriller follows the moral descent of American art dealer Georgina Clios (Julia Stiles), whose idyllic life is shattered when her billionaire husband is killed in mysterious circumstances. But his death leads Georgina into the shadowy, criminal underworld that lurks beneath dazzling fortunes.
In this intense psychological thriller, a teenage boy tries to hide his psychopathic desires.
A tense thriller exploring the real life crimes of British serial-killer John Reginald Christie. With Tim Roth and Samantha Morton.
This thrilling, Emmy-nominated espionage drama tells a sprawling tale of passion, intrigue, and betrayal, spanning over 40 years and exploring the central question; what are the consequences of living a lie?
In this 4-part series the streets of London in the 1870s are anything but a safe place. Escape into a story of love, lust, desire and revenge which shows Victorian London in a way never seen before on screen.
The English adaptation of your favorite courtroom drama swings this side of the Atlantic for the first time!
From acclaimed novelist Sarah Waters comes this tale of dark deeds and intrigue, set in Dickensian London. It tells the story of two young women, one passion, mutual betrayal and final retribution. Starring Charles Dance and Sally Hawkins.
From the brilliant mind of Nick Hornby comes a series of ten ten-minute episodes about contemporary relationships. Each episode is set in a pub immediately before Tom (Chris O’Dowd) and Louise (Rosamund Pike) have their weekly marital therapy session.