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We tend to get used to the structure of crime based shows, they follow certain rules. With Murder: The Complete Series this is turned on its head by providing the stories in a documentary style, based on interviews after the case has finished. You’ll probably expect there to be a few twists, which of course there are many.
Featuring not only the series itself, but also Murder: Joint Enterprise we meet characters connected to the murders and they set their case. This can be family of the murdered person, witnesses or the accused person themselves, all ready to give their information over to us. We then have to decide exactly what has happened and who is the real culprit.
When we are given the facts in this way, as the audience »
- Paul Metcalf
[caption id="attachment_45756" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Susie Parks (Sara Stewart), Gemma Foster (Suranne Jones), Kate Parks (Jodie Comer), Chris Parks (Neil Stuke), Simon Foster (Bertie Carvel) and Andrew Parks (Charlie Cunniffe). Photo by Des Willie. Copyright 2016.[/caption]
Below, watch a trailer for Lifetime's Doctor Foster: A Woman Scorned TV series. The show premieres Sunday, April 10, 2016, at 9:00pm Et/Pt. In UK, the series airs as Doctor Foster. Last fall, BBC One renewed Doctor Foster for a second series (season).
Suranne Jones stars as Gp Gemma Foster. She suspects her husband, Simon (Bertie Carvel) is unfaithful. The cast also includes: Clare-Hope Ashitey, Cheryl Campbell, Jodie Comer, Navin Chowdhry, Victoria Hamilton, Martha Howe-Douglas, Adam James, Thusitha Jayasundera, Sara Stewart, Neil Stuke, Tom Taylor, and Robert Pugh.Read More… »
To celebrate the release of Murder: The Complete Series, available on DVD from 21 March 2016, we have 5 copies to give away courtesy of Rlj Entertainment’s Acorn Label.
The stories dig deep into character and motive to unearth the hidden truths behind the riverside killing of a Scottish doctor; the disappearance of a wealthy philanthropist from her lover’s home and the cold-blooded murder of an off-duty policeman.
The films star a stellar cast including Peter Bowles (To The Manor Born), Morven Christie (Twenty Twelve), Jessica Barden (The Lobster), Karla Crome (Misfits), Joe Dempsie (Skins), Stephen Dillane (The Tunnel), Robert Pugh (Justice), Lauren Socha (Misfits) and Anne-Marie Duff (Shameless).
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- Laura Holmes
Big Finish Productions have only just begun to deliver their 2016 catalog, but already they are teasing us with what’s in store for Doctor Who in 2017.
Returning to Big Finish Productions in 2017 will be Alex Kingston in The Diary of River Song: Volume 2 and in this release she’ll be meeting two of the Doctor’s incarnations at once. River Song, the Time travelling archaeologist and adventurer, will encounter both the Sixth and Seventh Doctor aboard the space exploration vessel Saturnius; the vessel which is heading to a destination that never gets any closer – to a doomed planet Earth and beyond.
This four hour-long adventures are The Unknown by Guy Adams, Five Twenty Nine by John Dorney, World Enough and Time by James Goss and Eye of the Storm by Matt Fitton. The impressive guest cast includes Anna Maxwell Martin (Midwinter of the Spirit, And Then There Were None, The Bletchley Circle »
4 items from 2016
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