‘Prey’ Season 1 episode guide

John Simm stars as a man on the run, desperate to clear his name for the sake of his family, in ITV’s new three-part thriller, Prey. Created and written by Chris Lunt, Prey follows Detective Sergeant Marcus Farrow (Simm), a well-liked copper who is wrongly accused and arrested for murder. Narrowly escaping police custody Farrow becomes … >

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‘Prey’ Episode 1 review

John Simm leads ITV’s new three-part crime drama thriller Prey, but is it just another dive into the well-chartered choppy waters of Good Cop Gone Bad? The answer is a resounding ‘No’ and the question “Is anyone here troubled?” is answered, “Who isn’t!” It’s elegantly handled, and though this is writer Chris Lunt’s first foray … >

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‘Intruders’ first teaser: John Simm’s new paranormal drama

BBC America has released the first teaser trailer for The X-Files writer Glen Morgan’s new US conspiracy thriller series, Intruders. Set in the Pacific Northwest and based on Michael Marshall Smith’s novel, The Intruders, the series stars John Simm (Doctor Who, Mad Dogs) as Jack Whelan, a Los Angeles cop turned writer who has escaped … >

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John Simm in ITV’s ‘Prey’ trailer

ITV has released a trailer for Prey, a new three-part thriller starring John Simm as a man on the run, desperate to clear his name for the sake of his family. Episode 1 airs at 9pm on Monday 28 April on ITV. Watch the trailer… Created and written by Chris Lunt, Prey follows Detective Sergeant … >

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‘The Village’ Series 2 begins filming

The second series of BBC One’s The Village has started shooting this week in Derbyshire. The six new episodes of Silk creator Peter Moffat’s epic drama begin in 1923 after the Great War. The Village charts the life and turbulent times of one English village through the 20th Century, seen through the prism of Bert … >

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‘Mad Dogs’: Series 3 finale review

And so the third series of Sky1’s man-fuelled drama – starring John Simm (Doctor Who), Philip Glenister (Ashes To Ashes), Max Beesley (Survivors) and Marc Warren (Hustle) – comes to an end, in typical Mad Dogs style with thrills, laughs and a Dwarf Zombie.

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‘Mad Dogs’: Series 3 Episode 3 review

Here at CultBox we’re hoping that “Dwarf Zombie” got trending during the latest instalment of the Sky1 drama starring John Simm (Doctor Who), Philip Glenister (Ashes To Ashes), Max Beesley (Survivors) and Marc Warren (Hustle).

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