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The Acorn TV June 2023 schedule complements the service's extensive selection of well-regarded dramas in English and other languages, entertaining comedies, documentaries, and more.

Acorn.TV, Prime Video Channels, Apple TV, Roku, YouTube TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Xfinity, iOS, Android, Cox, and other platforms all offer the Acorn TV June 2023 titles.

Acorn TV in June 2023 - Best Movies and Shows

Happy Valley Season 3 – New Episodes Premiere on Acorn TV and AMC+ Every Monday Through June 26

Acorn TV in June 2023: Full Schedule, Best Movies and Shows
Acorn TV in June 2023 - Happy Valley Season 3

The remains of a gangland murder victim are found by Sergeant Catherine Cawood (Sarah Lancashire; Julia; Last Tango in Halifax), setting off a series of events that unintentionally take her back to murderer and rapist Tommy Lee Royce (James Norton; McMafia; Little Women).

Ryan (Rhys Connah, The Runaways), Catherine's grandson, is now sixteen years old and has his own opinions about the kind of relationship he wants to have with Tommy, the man Catherine continues to deny is his father. Catherine, who is close to retiring, is still working to combat the valley's drug problem and those who sell them. Will she be able to crack this case?

Cannes Confidential (Acorn TV Original) – New Series Premieres Monday, June 26

The Cote d'Azur-based crime drama Cannes Confidential stars Jamie Bamber (Strike Back, Marcella, Battlestar Galactica), Tamara Marthe (Profilage), and French TV drama actor Lucie Lucas (Clem, Porto and Gloria). The relationship between an idealistic, local underdog female cop (Lucas) and an ex-con (Bamber) is the series' main focus.

The two are compelled to work together in an unlikely but surprisingly effective crime-fighting alliance, and in each short episode, they successfully solve a murder. The drama's plot, however, is centered on the protagonist's search for the criminals who falsely accused her father, a local hero police officer who was imprisoned for a crime he did not commit.

Lost: Those Who Kill (Acorn TV US Exclusive) – Binge Premieres Monday, June 5

After her most recent case, criminal profiler Louise Bergstein is on edge and suffering from severe insomnia when a Copenhagen couple is brutally murdered outside of their home. She teams up with police detective Frederik Havgaard in her quest to find the murderer.

The case is closed when the baby of Bjrn's sister is abducted and Bjrn is discovered dead, and Louise departs the city for a new beginning in Jutland. All the evidence points to a young man named Bjrn who has a troubled and desperate past. When a new suspect is connected to the killings three years later, she is dragged back onto the case, bringing the horrible truth and old traumas to the surface once more.

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Happy Valley, Season 3 – New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays

Episode 3

Ryan (Rhys Connah) is given an ultimatum by Catherine (Sarah Lancashire, Yesterday, Julia), who also confronts Clare (Siobhan Finneran, Downton Abbey, The Other One). A plan hatched by Faisal (Amit Shaw) and Joanna (Mollie Winnard) takes an unexpected turn.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episode Weekly on Mondays

Episode 12: “The Porcelain Maiden”

Higgins (Lachlan Murdoch) enlists Watts (Daniel Maslany) help after he messes up the courier delivery of a horse statue for some very dangerous thugs.

Catherine Cookson’s Tilly Trotter

Tilly Trotter is a gripping tale of a brave young girl who must overcome the prejudice of many people in her community to overcome the envy of women for her beauty, the lust of men for her, the accusation of witchcraft, and more. It is set in rural England in the 1830s.

Lost: Those Who Kill (Acorn TV Exclusive) | EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | BINGE

Louise Bergstein, a criminal profiler, is uneasy following her most recent case, but when a couple is brutally murdered, she is determined to catch the killer. Louise will soon have to confront the shadows once more as she works with police investigator Frederik Havgaard. *Danish-language


Happy Valley, Season 3 – New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays

Episode 4

As Tommy’s (James Norton, Little Women, McMafia) big day approaches, Catherine (Sarah Lancashire, Yesterday, Julia) becomes suspicious, and Ryan (Rhys Connah) finds a new way to defy her.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episode Weekly on Mondays

Episode 13: “Vengeance Makes The Man”

Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) must prove Brackenreid’s (Thomas Craig) innocence when he’s framed for murder by a vengeful foe.

WPC 56, Season 2 | BINGE

As the first and only policewoman on the Brinford beat, WPC Gina Dawson (Jennie Jacques, Vikings) keeps making history. It's business as usual for Gina and the men as they deal with teenage runaways, Teddy Boys, and small-time criminals despite the addition of a few new faces to the station.

The lines between right and wrong, however, begin to bleed when our team's investigation into a murder leads them into a seedy world of brothels, nightclubs, and boxing clubs run by a ruthless gangster who is both dangerous and untouchable. Additionally, Gina is forced to cross a line that could spell the end of her career for good by the unwanted attention of a senior officer.


Happy Valley, Season 3 – New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays

Episode 5

Catherine (Sarah Lancashire, Yesterday, Julia) races to protect her family. A murder investigation begins.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episode Weekly on Mondays

Episode 14: “Murdoch At The End Of The World”

Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) investigates the stabbing death of a doomsayer on the eve of Halley’s Comet.

City of Vice | BINGE

1753 in London. Novelist Henry Fielding (Ian McDiarmid, Star Wars films) and his blind half-brother John want to establish a police force to combat London's escalating crime epidemic as the new Magistrates of Westminster.

The Prime Minister's brother, Lord Newcastle, is a potential patron for them, but he has doubts about the value of such a force. The brothers set out to prove to Newcastle that they can clean the streets of violent criminal gangs with the aid of Saunders Welch, the High Constable of Holborn.

Rosamunde Pilcher’s Summer Solstice (Acorn TV Exclusive)

While Sinead Cusack's character Elfrida Phipps and Jan Niklas's character Oscar Blundell share a house, Countess Lucinda Rhives (Honor Blackman) has transformed her gorgeously situated seaside castle into a hotel with the help of Carrie (Lara Joy Körner) and Sam (Jason Durr). The pressure they feel to succeed strains the relationship between Carrie and Sam.

In addition, an article accusing American bestseller author Alexia White (Jacqueline Bisset) of plagiarism was published in Sam's newspaper, the Langmore & Highland Gazette, without his consent. Alexia has threatened to sue, which could be disastrous for Sam.

Carrie learns she is pregnant in this tense circumstance. Leo Berger (Bjoern Casapietra), the hotel manager, is hired by Sam (against her will) to help relieve some of her stress. Carrie, however, is reluctant to be cast aside. She fights for Sam, her job, and—after being violently stopped by a breakdown—most importantly—for her child.


Cannes Confidential (Acorn TV Original) | EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays

Episode 1, “Death of a Jester”

Detective Camille Delmasse (Lucie Lucas) of Cannes is investigating the murder of the Jester, a young street artist. Camille keeps running into the charming but dubious art collector Harry King (Jamie Bamber) while working on the investigation with her dependable sidekick Lea Robert (Tamara Marthe). It seems the deceased artist had a lot of foes.

Philippe Delmasse, Camille's revered father and a former police chief, is about to be exonerated of all corruption-related charges. But there are also lies being revealed, including the fact that Harry isn't really an art collector and that Camille's world is about to be upended in regards to Philippe. Does Harry know who is responsible for framing Philippe's father? Camille wants to learn more.

Happy Valley, Season 3 | SERIES FINALE | New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays

Episode 6

On Catherine’s (Sarah Lancashire, Yesterday, Julia) final shift, scores are settled for good and Ryan (Rhys Connah) faces a moral dilemma.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 – New Episode Weekly on Mondays

Episode 15: “Breaking Ranks”

Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) suspects malfeasance and murder in the apparent drowning of a military recruit.

WPC 56, Season 3 | BINGE

In 1956, the only female police officer in Brinford is young, chubby WPC Annie Taylor (Claudia Jessie, Bridgerton). Pioneer WPC Gina Dawson has since left the Met for greener pastures, leaving Annie to follow in her footsteps but with her own unique rhythm. Being the first woman among them to join up, Annie has big shoes to fill, not least of all those of her father. Coming from a well-known police family, Annie is accustomed to this way of life.

With the same old attitudes at work and at home to deal with, Annie is determined to be the best policewoman she can be, but it will be a challenge. However, Annie Taylor is brave and persistent; she has never in her life given up on anything, and she is not about to start now.

New Dramas on Acorn TV in 2023

Acorn TV, the biggest streaming service in North America that focuses on British and other international television, regularly expands its selection of period dramas.

Here is a comprehensive list of other historical, costume, and British period dramas that are currently streaming on Acorn TV in 2023.

Acorn TV gives new customers a free trial so they can begin binge-watching its ever-expanding selection of top-notch mysteries, dramas, and comedies from Britain and other nations. The Prime Acorn TV Add-on Channel offers the risk-free trial.

Dalgliesh (Season 2) Acorn TV Original

Similar to other renowned detectives, such as Holmes and Poirot, DCI Adam Dalgliesh (Bertie Carvel, The Crown) takes us through 1970s England as he solves unusual murders, including the death of a senior forensic biologist in his lab, the death of an accomplished but contentious defense barrister in her chambers, and the setting on fire of a young doctor in the grounds of his family museum.

Part one, "Death of an Expert Witness," debuted on April 24. Part two, "A Certain Justice," debuted on May 1, and Part three, "The Murder Room," debuted on May 8. Season 2 is divided into three parts, each of which has two episodes.

The Larkins (Season 2) Acorn TV Original

The Darling Buds of May, a timeless novel by H.E. Bates, is the subject of an exciting new adaptation that follows the warm-hearted, shady exploits of the legendary Larkin family in the idyllic Kent countryside. Each episode, which is set in 1959, includes a story of the week that focuses on the characters' personal family dramas, the politics of their village, as well as series arc stories. featuring Lydia Page, Joanna Scanlan, and Bradley Walsh.

Murdoch Mysteries (Season 16) Acorn TV Original

This popular Canadian series, which is set in the late 1890s and early 1900s, continues to explore the professional and personal growth of the characters, including Detective William Murdoch, Dr. Julia Ogden (Hélène Joy), Inspector Thomas Brackenreid (Thomas Craig), Constables George Crabtree (Jonny Harris) and Henry Higgins-Newsome (Lachlan Murdoch), as well as Detective Llewelyn Watts (Daniel Maslany). Murdoch Mysteries by Maureen Jennings served as inspiration.

This critically acclaimed historical drama from around the world is back with brand-new, gripping mysteries that feature original historical allusions from the turn of the century that speak to current and contemporary social issues.

A Nightingale Falling: Two sisters' lives are forever changed as they care for a wounded soldier in this early 1920s Irish War of Independence drama. What happens is a tragic love story about a family and its members who are caught in the crossfire of dark, deep secrets as history unfolds around them. Starring Tara Breathnach, Muireann Bird, Gerard McCarthy, Brian Fortune, and Rosemary Henderson, it is based on the 2012 PJ Curtis novel.

A Woman of Substance Saga: This Emmy®-nominated miniseries, which is based on Barbara Taylor Bradford's novels, follows Emma Harte's journey from a working-class servant in Yorkshire to one of the richest men in the world. These brilliant adaptations of Bradford's best-selling novels bring to life two of her most iconic heroines thanks to star-studded casts and rich period detail. When Emma Harte's granddaughter faces off against formidable foes to prevent the collapse of the family's corporate empire, the beloved trilogy that begins with Emma Harte's remarkable rise from servant girl to international retailing magnate completes a full circle. These are heartwarming tales of adoration, strength, and willpower from beginning to end.Deborah Kerr, Jenny Seagrove, Liam Neeson, and Barry Bostwick are the stars.

Dalgliesh (Season 1): Bertie Carvel (Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell, Doctor Foster) plays mysterious Inspector Adam Dalgliesh in this captivating mystery series, which is based on P.D. James's international bestsellers. Dalgliesh, a celebrated poet and recent widow, uses his exceptional empathy and insight to probe the murkier corners of the human psyche as he looks into complex crimes in 1970s England. An exclusive to Acorn TV.

Doctor Finlay: This endearing period drama, which is based on the timeless tales by A.J. Cronin, centers on Dr. Finlay (David Rintoul, Pride and Prejudice), who returns to his family's run-down medical facility in a Scottish village after the Second World War. He fights against small-town politics there while promoting change. Ian Bannen, a nominee for an Oscar, co-stars with Annette Crosbie.

I, Claudius: This BBC epic, winner of an Emmy and many other accolades, is a story of ambition, excess, and intrigue based on the Robert Graves novels. The series, which spans the history of the Roman Empire from Augustus through Claudius and stars Derek Jacobi, Patrick Stewart, Sian Phillips, Lindsay Duncan, John Hurt, and Brian Blessed, was named one of the "100 Best TV Shows of All Time" by Time magazine.

The Irish RM: Classic television series based on Somerville and Ross's stories from the turn of the century. Major Sinclair Yeates, a retired English army officer who becomes a Resident Magistrate in West Ireland prior to independence, is portrayed by Peter Bowles (To the Manor Born).

The Larkins (Season 1): The Darling Buds of May, a timeless novel by H.E. Bates, is the subject of an exciting new adaptation that follows the warm-hearted, shady exploits of the legendary Larkin family in the idyllic Kent countryside. Each episode, which is set in the late 1950s, includes a story of the week that deals with their individual family dramas, the politics of their village life, as well as series arc stories. An exclusive to Acorn TV. starring Sabrina Bartlett (Bridgerton), Joanna Scanlan (No Offense), and Bradley Walsh (Law & Order UK).

The Mayor of Casterbridge: Ciarán Hinds stars in this award-winning adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s classic novel of redemption and regret. In 19th-century England, a drunken farmworker auctions off his wife and baby girl. Horrified by his actions, he turns sober and prosperous, but his family’s return decades later precipitates his downfall. Also starring James Purefoy and Polly Walker.

The Mystery of a Hansom Cab: This suspenseful Victorian era period drama, set in 1880s Melbourne and based on Fergus Hume's internationally bestselling novel, begins with the murder of a man associated with wealthy benefactor Mark Frettlby. Brian Fitzgerald, the victim's romantic rival, is detained after the crime but won't give an excuse. In order to save his life, his lawyer Duncan Calton and his affluent fiancée Madge Frettlby are compelled to conduct their own investigations. Their investigation reveals a trail of secrets and scandal that extends from opium dens and brothels to the upper crust of society. However, their revelation also poses a threat to Madge's family.

Poldark: This epic saga created a sensation when it first aired on Masterpiece Theatre in 1975, drawing comparisons to “Gone with the Wind.” Set in 18th-century Cornwall after America’s War for Independence, Robin Ellis stars as Captain Ross Poldark, a young hero who returns home to find his estate in ruins, his inheritance gone, and his beloved Elizabeth (Jill Townsend) engaged to another man.

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie: Geraldine McEwan (Agatha Christie’s Marple) stars as imperious, unorthodox teacher Jean Brodie, who endeavors to fill her students, all impressionable young girls, with a love of art and as much self-confidence as she possesses. Set in Edinburgh in the 1930s, this seven-part series is adapted from the novel by Muriel Spark, who considered McEwan’s performance the best portrayal of her iconic character.

The Scapegoat: Emmy winner® Matthew Rhys stars in this morally complex, darkly comic, and suspenseful film based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier. When unemployed teacher John runs into his doppelgänger, he ends up switching places with the wealthy but wicked Johnny. Also starring Eileen Atkins. Set in the UK in 1952 as Britain prepares for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Scarlet Pimpernel: Anthony Andrews (Brideshead Revisited) and Jane Seymour (Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman) star in this Emmy-nominated adaptation of the classic swashbuckling story. Many of France's despised aristocrats have escaped execution thanks to the actions of a dashing young Englishman known as the Scarlet Pimpernel, while opponents of the new French Republic are being led to the guillotine. based on Baroness Orczy's first book in a series of historical fiction.

War & Peace: This magnificent adaptation of Tolstoy’s classic was filmed in six European countries by Oscar-nominated director Robert Dornhelm. Malcolm McDowell, Brenda Blethyn, Clemence Poesy, and Ken Duken star in this sumptuous adaptation of one of the world’s greatest novels about four aristocratic families in Russia during the Napoleonic era.

The Sleuthing section below also has numerous Agatha Christie adaptations, alongside other period-set mysteries based on books, like “The Secret Agent.”

Dominion Creek: In 1897, the Connolly brothers-recent immigrants from Ireland-dream of striking it rich in the Wild West. When news reaches them of a fortune in the Yukon, youngest brother Samus heads north to the town of Dominion, leaving Tom and Pdraig no choice but to follow their wayward sibling.

Jericho: In 1870s Yorkshire, recent widow Annie Quaintain (Jessica Raine, Call the Midwife, Wolf Hall) is forced to sell her house and possessions to pay off her late husband’s debts. Penniless and shunned by society, Annie sets up a lodging house in Jericho, a lawless shanty town full of rough and rowdy workers.

And Then There Were None: On the brink of World War II, 10 troubled strangers are invited to an isolated island–and targeted for death, one by one. Based on the bestselling crime novel of all time by Agatha Christie, this period mystery boasts an all-star cast including Charles Dance, Sam Neill, Miranda Richardson, Anna Maxwell Martin, Toby Stephens, Burn Gorman, Noah Taylor, and Aidan Turner.

Close to the Enemy: An all-star cast including Jim Sturgess, Alfred Molina, Angela Bassett, Alfie Allen, and Lindsay Duncan anchors this lavish British drama set in a bomb-damaged London hotel during the aftermath of WWII. Intelligence officer Callum Ferguson must complete his last task for the Army: convince captured German scientist Dieter Koehler to work with the British government.

Foyle’s War: Combining historical accuracy with compelling mysteries, this award winning British series is a must-watch. Michael Kitchen stars as Christopher Foyle, the upright, laconic detective tasked with investigating cases on the home front as WWII ravages the social fabric of his coastal community.

Land Girls: The lives, loves, highs, and lows of four British Women's Land Army members who worked at the Hoxley Estate during World War II will be chronicled. They discover very quickly that choosing to serve their country will change their lives forever. The four girls in this BBC period drama each enlist for a different reason: Assertive Nancy is there as a requirement for her participation, patriotic Joyce wants to "do her bit," and sane Annie enlisted so that her younger sister Bea could escape an abusive father.

Restless: This Emmy-nominated BBC drama is a tale of passion, duplicity, and betrayal. boasts a terrific cast. Ruth Gilmartin (Michelle Dockery, Downton Abbey) is stunned to learn that her mother (Charlotte Rampling, Broadchurch), has been living a double life. Her real name is Eva Delectorskaya, and she worked as a spy for the British in the 1940s.

The Shell Seekers: Partly period-set. After a mild stroke, Penelope Keeling (Vanessa Redgrave, Call the Midwife) contemplates her three diverse children. While recovering in Ibiza, she discovers that her daughter Olivia's boyfriend has the same relationship issues she had during WWII. Penelope must decide her family's future after learning that one of her father's paintings is worth a lot of money.

The Wipers Times: In 1916, British Captain Fred Roberts and his detachment find an abandoned printing press in the ruins of Ypres, Belgium. Roberts proposes a newspaper to cheer up his troops. The Wipers Times, after the army slang for Ypres, is full of spoofs, jokes, and subversive comedy. Top brass want it banned despite its popularity with Western Front troops. Can Roberts' comic relief survive war? Based on the true story of a satirical newspaper published on the front lines of World War One, this poignant yet comedic drama celebrates the extraordinary resilience of the human spirit in the face of overwhelming adversity, showing for the first time how these inspirational men used humor and wit to stay sane during one of the deadliest conflicts in modern history.

A Place to Call Home: This binge-worthy saga is brimming with secrets, passion, romance, and intrigue. Over six addictive seasons, “A Place to Call Home” explores the ties that hold families together and the betrayals that can tear them apart.

Acorn TV in June: Full Schedule, Best Movies & Shows, New Dramas of 2023
A Place to Call Home

The Hour: Set in the 1950s, this Emmy-winning and Golden Globe-nominated BBC drama delves into the high-stakes world of TV news. Ben Whishaw, Romola Garai, and Dominic West headline an all-star cast that includes Anna Chancellor and Peter Capaldi.

The Indian Doctor: This uplifting and charming period drama from the BBC follows an Indian doctor (Sanjeev Bhaskar) who moves to a small Welsh village in the early 1960s. As he and his upper class wife (Ayesha Dharker, Indian Summers) adjust to life in the mining town, they start to change the community–and the community changes them.

Jericho of Scotland Yard: Chief Inspector Michael Jericho of Scotland Yard, played by Robert Lindsay, is a reputable, unyielding, and progressive detective who looks into high-profile homicides in 1950s London. The series, which is more than a whodunnit and provides a glimpse at the explosion of changing attitudes after the Second World War, is set during a fascinating period in British social history.

United: From the creator of “Broadchurch,” this poignant, inspirational drama tells the true story of the legendary Manchester United team that turned tragedy into triumph after a 1958 plane crash that killed 8 players. “Powerful, haunting, and very human” (The Guardian). Starring David Tennant, Jack O’Connell, Dougray Scott, Dean Andrews, Sam Claflin.

Anglo Saxon Attitudes: Richard Johnson (The Camomile Lawn) plays a historian coming to terms with his life's folly and the affair he had with his best friend's fiancee (Tara Fitzgerald). This biting satire, which is based on the acclaimed novel, skewers British hypocrisy. one of Daniel Craig's earliest roles, costarring. only accessible through the Prime Acorn TV Add-on Channel.

Dead Still: a six-episode Acorn Original crime drama set in the Victorian era. This darkly humorous murder mystery, which is set in 1880s Ireland, centers on renowned memorial photographer Brock Blennerhasset (Michael Smiley), who makes a living by photographing the deceased during the Victorian era of "postmortem photography." In order to find the real serial killer before he commits another murder, tenacious detective Frederick Regan (Aidan O'Hare) drags Blennerhasset into an investigation of Dublin's criminal underworld. Blennerhasset's family is now in danger as a result of this. This series, which also stars Kerr Logan from Alias Grace and Eileen O'Higgins from Brooklyn and Mary Queen of Scots, is based on an actual Irish tradition that existed in the 1800s.

Acorn TV in June 2023: Full Schedule, Best Movies & Shows, New Dramas
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Decline and Fall: This acclaimed BBC adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s (Brideshead Revisited) novel follows Paul Pennyfeather (Jack Whitehall), an unassuming Oxford theology student whose expulsion finds him working under headmaster Fagan (David Suchet, Poirot) at a third-rate private school in Wales.

Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal: In this lavish made-for-TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s novel–part of the bestselling, delightfully surreal Discworld series–con man Moist von Lipwig (Richard Coyle) is caught by the law and given two choices: suffer a painful death or take over a derelict post office. Claire Foy (The Crown), David Suchet (Poirot), and Charles Dance (Game of Thrones) also star.

Agatha Christie Hour: From renowned mystery writer Agatha Christie come these tales of intrigue and romance set in Art Deco-era England. These classic adaptations feature star-studded casts, including John Nettles, Amanda Redman, Stephanie Cole, and Rupert Everett.

Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime: Jessica Raine (Wolf Hall, Call the Midwife) and David Walliams (Little Britain) star in these delightful adaptations of Agatha Christie’s Tommy and Tuppence mysteries. Set in Cold War Britain, the bickering, bantering couple find themselves embroiled in a series of mysteries and espionage plots.

Agatha Christie’s The Witness for the Prosecution: An all-star cast including Kim Cattrall, Andrea Riseborough, Toby Jones, and David Haig feature in this acclaimed TV movie based on Agatha Christie’s timeless murder mystery. Set in 1920s London, this is a sumptuous adaptation.

Foyle’s War: Combining historical accuracy with compelling mysteries, this award winning British series is a must-watch. Michael Kitchen stars as Christopher Foyle, the upright, laconic detective tasked with investigating cases on the home front as WWII ravages the social fabric of his coastal community.

Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears: Essie Davis reprises her role as the slinky, seductive, and risk-taking Melbourne detective in this amusing feature film. The Honorable Miss Phryne Fisher is starting a brand-new adventure filled with mystery and mayhem through exotic 1920s British Palestine and the opulence of regal London manors. With the aid of handsome detective Jack Robinson, Phryne is able to save a young Bedouin girl in 1929 Jerusalem, setting off on a globe-trotting adventure to discover priceless treasures, wartime secrets, and an ancient tomb bearing a terrible curse.

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Essie Davis portrays Phryne Fisher, a thoroughly modern woman living in a world that is largely male, in this chic and seductive historical mystery. The series, which is set in 1920s Melbourne, follows the glitzy female detective as she goes about her work while carrying a pistol close by and, frequently, a male admirer even closer.

Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries: Peregrine Fisher, Phryne Fisher's long-lost niece, decides to follow in her fashionable footsteps as a lady detective for a new era in this spin-off to the wildly popular Australian mystery series. Peregrine looks into murders in 1960s Melbourne with the aid of the dashing, aristocratic Detective James Steed and a group of accomplished women.

Murdoch Mysteries: Detective William Murdoch works with Constable Crabtree, Dr. Julia Ogden, and Inspector Brackenreid to solve some of the most intriguing mysteries in turn-of-the-century Toronto in this adored, award-winning Canadian series.

The Secret Agent: Toby Jones, a Golden Globe nominee, plays the unassuming Soho shopkeeper Anton Verloc in this gripping BBC adaptation of Joseph Conrad's classic book. Even his devoted wife Winnie is unaware that Verloc is a spy for the Russian embassy.

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