Sherwood cast first look image

Sherwood — cast details and first-look images for new drama

We now know the Sherwood cast and have a first-look image from the BBC for the James Graham series David Morrissey leads an all-star ensemble in the six-part series also starring Joanne Froggatt, Robert Glenister, Alun Armstrong, Lesley Manville, Adeel Akhtar, Claire Rushbrook, Kevin Doyle, Lorraine Ashbourne, Phillip Jackson, Perry Fitzpatrick, Adam Hugill and Stephen … >

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Breeders series 3 announced

Breeders series 3 confirmed just as series 2 hits the screens

Critically acclaimed and BAFTA-nominated Sky original Breeders series 3 announced Sky original Breeders, the honest and uncompromising comedy about the challenges of parenthood, has been renewed for a third series. Starring Emmy and BAFTA-winning Martin Freeman (Fargo, Sherlock, Black Panther) and International Emmy and BAFTA-nominated Daisy Haggard (Back to Life, Episodes, Black Mirror), the renewal … >

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‘Prime Suspect: 1973’ finale review: Episode 6 gives the crime drama a good send-off

Having been a little underwhelming in recent weeks, this week’s Prime Suspect 1973 finale thankfully gives the show a good send-off. We pick up where we left off, reprising last week’s explosive climax to the accompaniment of Tubular Bells; and where we might have anticipated drawn out scenes of bedside vigils, to the beep-beep accompaniment … >

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‘Prime Suspect: 1973’ episode guide: What happens next?

Stefanie Martini (Doctor Thorne, Endeavour) stars as the young incarnation of Helen Mirren’s iconic character Jane Tennison in ITV’s new Prime Suspect prequel series. Prime Suspect: 1973 is adapted from Lynda La Plante’s bestselling novel, Tennison. Buy the complete original Prime Suspect series box set on Amazon here. The cast also includes Blake Harrison (Dad’s Army, The Inbetweeners), … >

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‘Prime Suspect: 1973’ review: Episode 4 is efficient but unexciting

There’s an early episode of The Simpsons where, with the plot seemingly resolved partway through the episode the family gathers on the sofa. “Everything really wrapped up nicely,” declares Homer with satisfaction; “And much quicker than usual” he adds, with a post-modern awareness of how TV works. I mention this only because it’s how I … >

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