Starring Sheridan Smith, and written by newcomer Mark Marlow, Cleaning Up will follow the story of a cleaning lady who struggles to maintain her life as a devoted mother, after becoming addicted to online gambling.

the bisexual

The Bisexual is a painfully hilarious look at the difference in dating men and women from the perspective of a person who finds herself doing both. It’s an honest look at the last taboo, bisexuality and what it means to refuse to compromise on what you want.

The Split

From Award-winning writer Abi Morgan, comes a drama about an esteemed divorce lawyer Hannah, who quits the family firm when her mother, Ruth, refuses her promotion. Landing at a rival firm alongside old flame, Christie, Hannah navigates scandalous affairs, big-figure settlements and fraught relationship battles – coming head-to-head with Ruth and her impulsive sister Nina.

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Dark comedy about the eccentric members of the Flowers family. Maurice and Deborah are barely together but yet to divorce. They live with Maurice's batty mother and their maladjusted twin children.



coming soon: chernobyl

Chernobyl dramatises the true story of one of the worst man-made catastrophes in history, and tells of the brave men and women who sacrificed to save Europe from unimaginable disaster. Written by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck (“Breaking Bad,” “The Walking Dead”). 

coming soon: giri/haji

Giri/Haji is an original eight-part series about a middle-aged Tokyo detective who travels to London in search of his wayward younger brother. Once thought dead, his brother is now believed to be posing as a Yakuza gangster in London and wanted for the murder of a Japanese businessman.

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Written and created by acclaimed BAFTA nominated actor Toby Jones (Detectorists, Marvellous, The Girl) and Obie award winning playwright Tim Crouch (An Oak Tree, Beginners, Adler & Gibb) Don’t Forget the Driver stars Toby Jones in a dark comedy set  in sunny, seaside Bognor Regis. It explores what it means to live, work and parent at a point when the entire UK population is having to come to terms with the changing colour of their passports.


This is Going to Hurt is a blisteringly funny, politically enraging and frequently heart-breaking wake-up call to anyone who values the NHS, and a frank and moving love letter to the 1.4 million people working on the front line every day. 


In the final series of Broadchurch, the Dorset community comes under the scrutiny of Hardy and Miller’s investigation once again.  This time investigating a serious sexual assault. Broadchurch’s final chapter looks at the emotional cost to all of those involved and the irreparable damage to friendships and relationships.