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Sherlock (2010– )
The Empty Hearse
TV-PG | 88 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Mycroft calls Sherlock back to London to investigate an underground terrorist organization.
5. Derren Brown: The Great Art Robbery (2013 TV Movie)
Derren has bet a renowned art collector that he can steal a painting from under his nose - and attempts to use OAP's to pull it off. First broadcast Fri 13 Dec 2013 Duration 72:15
10. Derren Brown: Apocalypse (2012 TV Mini-Series)
60 min | Documentary, Horror, Mystery
A member of the public is given a second chance at life when mentalist Derren Brown makes him realize how important life is by tricking him into believing that a meteor has hit the earth and is now populated by zombies.
11. Derren Brown: Fear and Faith (2012 TV Mini-Series)
60 min | Documentary, Reality-TV
In the first programme, Derren sets up a fake pharmaceutical company which claims to have developed a drug named 'Rumyodin', with the ability to inhibit fear. In the second, Derren looks at the psychology of religious belief.
Derren Brown: Apocalypse (2012– )
47 min | Documentary, Horror, Mystery
Derren convinces an unsuspecting member of the public that the world has come to an end when wakes up in a world that resembles Danny Boyle's 28 DAYS LATER.
19. Derren Brown: Miracles for Sale (2011 TV Special)
73 min | Documentary
Derren proves it is possible to take someone from the streets of the UK, and turn them into a faith healer in the USA. Along the way we learn how to scam people through faith healing.
29. Derren Brown Investigates (2010– )
48 min | Documentary
Derren Brown looks at some extraordinary claims from around the world, documenting a medium, a ghost hunter and a psychic expert who claims to make the blind see.
30. Channel 4's Comedy Gala (2010 TV Movie)
125 min | Comedy
A host of great comic talents, on stage and in sketches, gather together at London's O2 Arena to play to an audience of 16,000 in aid of the charity Great Ormond Street Hospital.