With real-life events given Knight’s visionary treatment, this one promises to be a spectacle with real depth. Casting is tba. Based on a story by illustrious Scottish crime writer Val McDermid, this gripping crime drama follows three female forensics experts who are determined to solve a cold case murder, but their investigation forces them to come to terms with their own truths. The European-funded series stars David Tennant as Verne’s famous explorer Phileas Fogg. Sister Clodagh (Gemma Arterton) and the nuns of St Faiths travel to Nepal during the latter years of British rule in India, to set up a branch of their order in a remote palace. Screw promises to show “the uncensored, terrifying and often darkly funny reality of life as a prison officer in an all-male prison in 21st century Britain.” The story focuses on veteran officer Leigh, who’s trying to keep her past buried, and mouthy new recruit Rose. The story treats the disappearance of a young working class student and the subsequent arrest and trial of the accused, “the arrogant daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur.” There’s been no official news on this one since its December 2019 announcement, so stay tuned for more. Adapted by Hannibal and The Punisher’s Steve Lightfoot from Sarah Pinborough’s 2017 novel, it’s the story of a woman who becomes involved in an unconventional love triangle that develops into a dark, twist-filled web of secrets. The cast and air date have yet to be announced. Ultimately, say the Clarksons, “it’s the story of friendship told through the prism of a classic horror-thriller.”. Actor and screenwriter Sarah Solemani (Him & Her, No Offence) has adapted Bloom’s book, which tells the story of the fight against fascism in 1960s London. Emily Mortimer has written and directed this BBC One adaptation of Nancy Mitford’s 1945 comic romance about an aristocratic family in the interwar period (loosely based on Mitford’s own family, which gained notoriety through her popular novels and her sisters’ scandalous connections to the British Union of Fascists and Adolf Hitler). Her body washed up on a beach 11 days later. Come Again is the first novel by Webb (Peep Show, Back, That Mitchell And Webb Look). You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io, The best things to watch on Netflix this February, The Netflix show more popular than Bridgerton, The best TV shows and films to watch over Xmas, The best Christmas films to watch on Netflix, Real life royal photos of The Crown S4 storylines, Pippa Bennett-Warner stars in our new TV obsession, RED, PART OF THE HEARST UK FASHION & BEAUTY NETWORK. Secrets unfurl as the family fights an alien legal system to free their son and get to the truth. This Swedish crime series focuses on the Copenhagen Police and Head of Homicide Jens Møller’s meticulous investigation which enabled them to solve the murder of journalist Kim Wall. Directed by Johnny Campbell (of In The Flesh and Dracula fame) and written by Esio Trot’s Paul Mayhew Archer, this one-off comedy-drama about two people with Parkinson’s disease was announced in late 2019 and will be coming to BBC One. Excellent news for sci-fi fans, this. Sobhraj (nicknamed 'The Serpent' and 'The Bikini Killer') was captured and put on trial in 1976 – after spending years on the run as the chief suspect in unsolved murders of young Western travellers across India, Thailand and Nepal’s ‘Hippie Trail’ in 1975 and 1976. Alice and Caroline have Rob in common, a celebrated ecopreneur who may well be trying to destroy them both. The first season will restage events as depicted in Anthony Minghella’s The Talented Mr Ripley, when a young grifter in 1960s New York is hired by a wealthy man to convince his wayward, hedonist son – played by Emma and Beast’s Johnny Flynn – to return home from Italy. Among the detective dramas and high-stakes thrillers due to arrive on British television in the next year or so, there are a clutch of sci-fi, supernatural and horror shows also coming our way. Alexander Payne (Sideways) was set to direct, but departed the project in October 2020 following what’s being reported as a scheduling conflict after Covid-19 pushed production back. The twisting story is about a death row inmate in the US and a woman who’s trapped in a cellar under an English vicarage, whose lives interlink “in the most unexpected way”. We might expect the working title of this one to change to avoid confusion with the Netflix stalker story of the same name, but as it stands, You will be an eight-part thriller coming to Sky. To satisfy a foolhardy wager, Fogg and his valet set off on a globe-circling journey, this time in the company of journalist Abigail Fix, played by The Crown’s Leonie Benesch. The eight-episode first season was co-created by screenwriter Siân Robins-Grace (Kaos, Sex Education) and Gangs of London (pictured above) production manager Lucy Gaymer. Only announced in late 2020, no casting has yet been confirmed for this one. With filming delayed due to Covid-19, the new season of this hit show will now be headed back to screens later this year. From Simon Burke, the creator of Sky weird-thriller Fortitude, eight-part historical family saga Domina is set in ancient Rome, beginning in the wake of Julius Caesar’s assassination. The six-part drama is based on Ben Macintyre’s SAS: Rogue Heroes book, which charts the creation of the famed Special Forces unit. A contemporary teen horror series is on its way to BBC Three and Netflix, written by Michael and Paul Clarkson (The Haunting Of Hill House, pictured). Good news then, that ITV has brought screenwriter Gwyneth Hughes back to tackle another classic novel – Henry Fielding’s 1749 book Tom Jones. Written by My Mad Fat Diary‘s Tom Bidwell, this version focuses on the Baker Street gang of teens used as a resource by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Great Detective, and comes with what’s promised to be a horrifying supernatural twist. Written by novelist Kevin Sampson, who was present at Hillsborough Stadium on the tragic day that ninety-six football fans died, it tells the real-life story of Anne Williams’ decades-long fight for justice for her teenage son and all the victims of the 1989 disaster. Or is she being used? Line of Duty actor Vicky McClure (pictured above) and creator Jed Mercurio are collaborating on a new ITV thriller about a bomb disposal expert. Ripper Street writer Richard Warlow has written this original eight-part BBC drama about “the phenomenal true story of how one of the most elusive criminals of the 20th century was caught and brought to trial.” It’s the tale of Charlies Sobhraj, Interpol’s most wanted man in the 1970s following a series of murders of young Western travellers across India. It’s the musical story of a would-be singer and rapper thrown out of home who moves in with a young woman who inducts her into the life of social media influencing and sex work. The story of Victorian Joseph Merrick was memorably brought to the screen by David Lynch in 1980, and has since been retold on stage (notably starring Bradley Cooper in the lead role). The new crime drama comes adapted from the first in McDermid’s five-book series The Distant Echo by Harlots and Save Me Too’s Emer Kenny. The story’s a high-concept thriller about a woman trying to solve a murder who keeps waking up in somebody else’s body every time she gets close to the answer. We asked a therapist, Our Beauty Director's favourite new mascara is £8, The comforting pasta recipe we're making tonight, This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. Kate Atkinson’s 2013 novel Life After Life is a masterpiece of imaginative fiction, so it’s no surprise that BBC One is currently preparing a TV adaptation. As soon as there’s any news on this one, we’ll include it here. Everyone's favourite police drama is back for its sixth season this spring. The darkly comic feminist werewolf movie will be adapted for a TV co-production by Anna Ssemuyaba, who has previous written for Sky’s Guerilla, Channel 4’s Adult Material and ITV’s Unsaid Stories, and from by the co-producers of Killing Eve and Orphan Black. It was due to film in Bristol and Belgium in winter 2020 and will be coming to Channel 4. It’s the story of “the epidemic, the pain of rejection and the prejudices that gay men faced throughout the decade.” Filming began on the five-part series in October 2019, with a cast including Olly Alexander, Neil Patrick Harris, Keeley Hawes, Stephen Fry, Tracy Ann Oberman and Shaun Dooley. The Tunnel’s writer Ben Richards has teamed up with World Productions (the folks behind Bodyguard, pictured, and Line of Duty) on six-part series Showtrial. Written by first-time author Tony Schumacher, the show will be based on the former policeman's real life experiences, as he tackles a series of six night shifts on the beat in Liverpool, whilst struggling with his own mental health. It was set to be a drama about three generations of a British Pakistani family set over the course of four decades. The series premiered on the 27th December, so if you haven't seen it yet, catch up on all episodes now on iPlayer. Filming is due to begin in autumn 2020 in Liverpool. Steven Zaillian (The Night Of, Schindler’s List) will write and direct. Nicôle Lecky’s first original six-part drama Superhoe is based on her one woman show of the same name. As Sumner struggles to escape the demons of his past, he grapples with survival amongst the harsh Arctic wasteland. This three-part ITV true crime drama stars Luke Evans as Detective Superintendent Steve Wilkins, who, in 2006, reopened and solved a cold case from the 1980s using new forensic DNA evidence and, bizarrely, an episode of darts-based quiz show Bullseye. The modern version. 1,167 Followers, 291 Following, 11 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from abdou now online (@abdoualittlebit) Adapted by Sara Collins from her own Costa Prize-winning novel of the same name, The Confessions of Frannie Langton is a four part murder mystery set in Georgian London. A BBC One-Amazon Studios co-production, it follows seven strangers forced together to complete a Community Payback sentence in Bristol. Coming to ITV, it’s a four-part thriller about two grown-up sisters who become entangled in a tense mystery when their children are involved in the disappearance of a 10-year-old local boy. Attack the Block’s Joe Cornish is writing and directing this Netflix adaptation of Jonathan Stroud’s supernatural adventure series about a ghost-hunting detective agency run by two teenage boys and a psychic girl. Red Online participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. It stars Suranne Jones, Rose Leslie, Shaun Evans, Anjli Mohindra, Martin Compston, Paterson Joseph and more. Get the best of Den of Geek delivered right to your inbox! Life on Mars’ John Simm will play unorthodox investigator Roy Grace, who’s haunted by the disappearance of his wife, in two-hour versions of Dead Simple and Looking Good Dead. Filming wrapped in August 2020 and there’s no UK broadcaster confirmed at present. It’s part love story, part coming-of-age story, part spy thriller packed with action and 90s nostalgia. It’s 20 years since the release of Ginger Snaps, the first in a trilogy of now-cult horror films, and, according to Sid Gentle Films, high time for a live-action TV adaptation. A black comedy coming to ITV, Finding Alice also stars Joanna Lumley and Nigel Havers, and was written by The Durrells’ Simon Nye. The first film revolves around a cold case and a groom who goes mysteriously missing just days before his wedding. Dominic West stars as Linda's father and Fleabag's Andrew Scott makes an appearance as their aristocratic neighbour Lord Merlin. Henry Lloyd-Hughes (pictured above) will play Sherlock Holmes. From Endeavour creator Russell Lewis come two feature-length adaptations of Peter James’ crime novel series about a Brighton-based Detective Superintendent. New talent Alice Seabright, who most recently directed two episodes of Sex Education (the trailer for which you can watch above), will write and direct Chloe – a six-part thriller series about a young woman who starts leading a double life to uncover the truth behind the death of her estranged best friend. It’s about a police surveillance investigation in Manchester following the disappearance of a primary school teacher. Expect twists, turns, and sharp writing. This eight-episode series will tell the life of artist Leonardo through the story of his masterpieces. With Irish noirs seeing a huge surge in popularity at the moment, the news that James Nesbitt is set to star in one this February is very exciting. Director Sam Mendes is executive producing through his Neal Street Productions company. It tells the story of Kate, a karate expert, computer genius widow mired in grief who gets an out-of-this-world chance to go back into her past and change the future. We first heard about this one back in April 2019, but since then there’s been no news about casting or filming. When the boy turns eighteen, he enters the world to find the person responsible for his mother’s death. Unfulfilled by her job, she turns to darker pursuits outside of work, because who would ever suspect her? The season finale saw Lister and her lover Ann Walker making their commitments to each other in an unofficial ceremony and fans are excited for season 2 to pick up where it left off. Not content with essentially winning the 2020 TV content crown with Normal People, the same team are now adapting Sally Rooney's first novel Conversations with Friends. From Kirstie Swain, the screenwriter of Channel 4’s Pure comes a new eight-part series adapted from C.J. The breakout lockdown series is back for a second season, starring Michael Sheen and David Tennant as comic versions of themselves. The Black Lives Matter movement prompted a pledge from the BBC to spend £100m on diverse programming and ITV’s efforts to invest in black talent and ... so did Shola Amoo’s The Last Tree. Film director Andrew Haigh (Weekend, 45 Years, Lean On Pete) has adapted and directed Ian Maguire’s novel The North Water into a four-part BBC Two drama with an excellent cast. British soul, Brit soul, or (in a US context) the British soul invasion, is soul music performed by British artists. Can’t. Rotten Tomatoes has collected every movie designated Certified Fresh over the past year, creating our guide to the best movies of 2020. The Robert Downey Jr version. Nicôle Lecky’s one-woman Royal Court stage show is getting the Fleabag treatment and being turned into a six-part BBC Three series. The two women become locked in a dark struggle of influence and manipulation. The BBC is preparing a feature-length adaptation of Kit de Waal’s novel My Name is Leon, the 1980s-set story of a nine-year-old biracial boy forced to cope with his mother’s breakdown. This four-part Channel 4 drama, based on real events, will star The Virtues and Raised by Wolves’ Niamh Algar as an undercover police officer used in a honeytrap search for a killer in the 1990s. The commission was announced in July 2019 and filming was due to begin in 2020. In November 2020, Amazon Prime Video green-lit this six-episode supernatural thriller from Line of Duty and Bodyguard (pictured above) director John Strickland, written by David Macpherson. Set in 1980s Britain, this one-off TV movie is based on Kit de Waal’s novel and tells the uplifting – and incredibly moving – story of nine-year-old Leon, a mixed-race boy who fights to keep his family together as his single-parent mother suffers a devastating breakdown. Written by Vanity Fair‘s Gwyneth Hughes, who travelled to Northern Ireland to meet the families who inspired the drama, When it Happens to You is produced by the makers of hard-hitting Three Girls (pictured) and will explore the experience of families and loved ones whose lives have been affected by the law in Northern Ireland. Filming got underway in February on new BBC One crime drama Bloodlands, which stars The Missing and Cold Feet‘s James Nesbitt and takes place in Northern Ireland. According to Solemani, the novel reveals “a darker side of Sixties London and the staggering contribution the Jewish community made in the battle against racism.” Newcomer Aggi O’Casey is joined by Eddie Marsan, Rory Kinnear, Samantha Spiro and more. It’s being billed as a provocative, dark and funny story about a woman in her late thirties who’s unexpectedly landed with a baby that takes over her world. If you’ve seen writer Sophie Petzal’s Irish thriller Blood starring Adrian Dunbar, you’ll want to tune in for this. Wait. It’s a story of a top investment firm, multi-million dollar deals, a mysterious death and a public scandal. Adapted from Stuart Turton’s novel of the same name, it’s a seven-part murder mystery coming to Netflix. The version where Watson is Lucy Liu. Colin Farrell, Stephen Graham (pictured above), Tom Courtenay, Peter Mullan and Jack O’Connell are all on board – literally so as the series is set on a whaling ship in the Arctic in the 1850s. Thriller writer Harlan Coban is currently part of the way into a five-year deal with Netflix to adapt 14 of his novels, and Stay Close is the latest adaptation from writer Danny Brocklehurst and RED Productions, the team that brought us The Stranger. With Agatha Christie adaptation The Pale Horse having completed Sarah Phelps’ quintet of adaptations for the BBC in 2020, it’s the turn of a different voice on a very different kind of Christie novel. It was creted by Jericho and Meadowlands‘ Christopher Dunlop, with Taboo‘s Kristoffer Nyholm directing. They include Sky One’s Intergalactic – the story of a wrongly imprisoned galactic pilot who breaks out of space jail with a gang of other high-security female prisoners – and Netflix’s fantasy novel adaptations Half Bad, Cuckoo Song, Lockwood & Co.,and The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – respectively, tales of witches, supernatural pacts, ghost-hunters, and a woman who jumps between bodies in her quest to solve a murder mystery. The reigning Strictly Come Dancing champ will appear in the new series early this year. Think assassins, high-stakes action and a momentous threat to national security. It’s the story of Rochelle, a Bolton teen who downloads a mysterious app that sets in motion a series of terrifying events. It stars The Tunnel‘s Savannah Steyn in the lead role, with Parminder Nagra, Eleanor Tomlinson, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Natasha O’Keeffe, Thomas Turgoose and Craig Parkinson, so lots of great British talent in the cast. The latest BBC One drama from former Doctor Who and Sherlock showrunner Steven Moffat is a four-part crime thriller entitled Inside Man. The first involves the 25-year-old death of a teenager whose unsolved murder has become the subject of a true crime podcast. The series is described as funny, tragic, and showing the realities of policing in Britain. It promises to be a witty, heart-felt 90 minutes throwing a light on a much-diagnosed condition in the UK. The 2013–14 Football League Cup (known as the Capital One Cup for sponsorship reasons) was the 54th season of the Football League Cup, a knock-out competition for the top 92 football clubs played in English football league system. Adapted from Rumer Godden's novel of the same name, Black Narcissus is an iconic tale of sexual repression and forbidden love set in the Himalayas in the 1930s - starring Gemma Arterton. We’ll keep you posted if more arrives. Sophie Petzal (The Last Kingdom, Blood – pictured above) is adapting it, and the announcement only arrived in late 2020, so don’t expect it for a little while yet. In this original six-part BBC One thriller, screenwriters Penelope and Ginny Skinner (pictured above) tell the story of two very different women, both of whom are being conned by the same man. It’s being made by Bodyguard and Line of Duty‘s World Productions. Death Comes As The End, a murder mystery set not in the early 20th century, but in ancient Egypt. Downton Abbey‘s Lily James plays lead Linda Radlett. Susan Lynch, Michael Smiley, Ian McElhinney and Lisa Dwan are among the cast. The crew finds itself marooned on the rig by a mysterious fog that cuts off communication with the outside world. Read more about it here. It’s the story of a young woman who seems unremarkable on the surface and works as an editorial assistant in a British seaside town. It’s set in London and was only announced in December 2020, so don’t expect to see it arrive on the streaming service for a little while yet. The three-part period drama follows cousins Linda and Fanny, who travel across Europe between the two world wars, in the pursuit of finding perfect husbands. While season one focused on their attempts to rehearse for a play over Zoom, they’re now grappling with the ‘new normal’ of virtual Hollywood. Filming began in October 2020 on the provisionally titled Danny Boy, a new BBC Two feature-length drama about real-life soldier Brian Wood, accused of war crimes in Iraq by human rights lawyer Phil Shiner. Colin Farrell, Jack O'Connell and Stephen Graham star in this hard-hitting BBC drama, based on Ian McGuire's novel of the same name. We'll see Lily James and Andrew Scott in the glamorous 1940s screen adaption of Nancy Mitford's novel Pursuit of Love, another exciting Sally Rooney adaption is in the works and if you haven't caught up on Jenna Coleman's latest stylish drama The Serpent – which premiered last month – then what are you waiting for? Following on from the success of Hugh Grant's turn as disgraced MP Jeremy Thorpe in A Very English Scandal, the anthology series now moves on to focus on the messy 1963 divorce of Margaret Campbell, the Duchess of Argyll, from her second husband - with the new script being penned by Agatha Christie writer Sarah Phelps. Sir Lenny Henry is among the executive producers and the script has been written by Shola Amoo. Keith Allen plays John Cooper, the man in Wilkins’ sights. Inspired by his real-life experience as a civilian prison worker, writer Rob Williams (Killing Eve, pictured above) is bringing a six-part prison drama to Channel 4. James Nesbitt and Cush Jumbo also star. Madsen was later sentenced to life in prison, after a court dismissed his claims that her death was an accident. From Alice Seabright, director of Netflix’s Sex Education (pictured above) comes six-part BBC One series Chloe. Soul has been a major influence on British popular music since the 1960s, and American soul was extremely popular among some youth subcultures, such as mods, skinheads, and the Northern soul movement. Filming was forced to halt in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 industry shutdown and resumed in August 2020. It’s being billed as “a visceral and high-stakes portrayal of life in the modern British penal system”, and tells the story of two men – an inmate serving time for having killed an innocent man in an accident, and a prison officer targeted by a dangerous inmate. Find out what’s coming from the UK in 2021 and beyond below. The Best Movies of 2020, Ranked by Tomatometer. Described as a touching and hilarious love story, it’s the story of Tony and Emma, a couple who first meet at a dance class for people with Parkinson’s. Playwright Bash Doran (Traitors) has adapted the novel and filming is due to start in spring 2021. Power, love, loyalty and politics all come to play in Dan Sefton’s (Trust Me) BBC adaptation of Keith Badman’s 2010 book The Final Years Of Marilyn Monroe. Sherlock and Fleabag’s Andrew Scott will play Tom Ripley in a new TV adaptation of the Patricia Highsmith five-strong novel series for Showtime and Sky Atlantic. Giri/Haji and Flowers’ Will Sharpe replaces Payne as the director. Segun is an alumnus of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and part of 2017’s BAFTA Breakthrough Brit programme, with other works including Sundance 2019 favourite The Last Tree, Shola Amoo’s A Moving Image, (nominated for a Discovery Award, World Soundtrack Awards), David Olusoga’s Black and British: A Forgotten History. Sports writers Barney Ronay and Jonathan Liew are behind this six-part half-hour comedy “about football, but also not about football,” which is coming to Netflix in 2021. Jeff Pope, who previously penned The Moorside and Little Boy Blue, is the writer, with Neil McKay directing. Sent by General Toda Rai – who hopes the Sisters will rid the ‘House of Women’ of unhappy memories connected to his late sister, Srimati – isolation, illness and the haunting atmosphere of the palace soon take their toll. It was only announced in late 2020, so don’t expect it for a little while. 'Kay’s diaries, scribbled in secret after endless days, sleepless nights and missed weekends, tell the unvarnished truth of life as a doctor working in Obstetrics and Gynaecology,' says the BBC. Release date: TBC BBC Three . Coming to Sky One and NOW TV in 2021, Intergalactic is an original, British space-set drama about a galactic pilot who’s falsely imprisoned, then breaks free with a gang of other high-security female prisoners. This 1980s-set drama (previously titled The Boys) comes from acclaimed screenwriter Russell T. Davies (A Very English Scandal, Doctor Who) and tackles the impact of AIDS on the lives of three young men across a period of ten years. Following in the footsteps of the acclaimed Albert Finney-starring 1963 film, and the raucous 1997 version with Max Beasley, expect rollicking fun. Sheridan Smith and Jamie Winstone will star alongside Stephen Merchant as Port. Casting is yet to be announced. 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