TV Programmes

‘The Alienist’

Set in the 1800s, this mystery drama follows a new found partnership of a doctor, an illustrator and a Police secretary, who take it upon themselves to solve the hideous murders of young boys. Ran for one series in 2018.

‘Big Little Lies’

Follow the lives of upper-class mothers in a twisted drama where their perfect lives are far from true. Starring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern and Zoe Kravitz. Ran for two seasons from 2017 to 2019.


When Elena’s pack calls her back home, she reluctantly leaves her perfect life in Toronto to be faced with many werewolf-related murders. Ran in 2014 – 2016.

‘The Blacklist’

Created by Jon Bokenkamp, one of the most wanted fugitives of the FBI hands himself in and a taskforce is created where they catch those criminals Raymond Reddington demands. Currently still running since 2013.


In 2013, ITV released this first season of a new crime drama. Seaside town, Broadchurch, has had an horrific murder of a young boy and it’s up to David Tennant and Olivia Colman to solve the mystery. Created by Chris Chibnall.

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

The police force of the Nine-Nine fight crimes while the audience falls in love with the comical detectives. A series that started in 2013.

‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’

Sarah Michelle Gellar plays the famous vampire slayer who is destined to continuously save the world from demons as she tries to cling to a normal teen life. Created by Joss Whedon and ran from 1997 to 2003 for seven seasons.

‘Car Share’

Peter Kay stars in this simple comedy about a new car share scheme set up by the supermarket he works for. Ran from 2015 to 2020.


This 2019 mini-series explores a dramatized version of the tragedy of the explosion of Chernobyl’s nuclear reactor on the 26th April 1986. Reflecting history from the director of Johan Renck.

‘Chicago P.D.’

In the city of Chicago at the 21st District a group of intelligence detectives fight against crimes following their own rules. Executive producer, Dick Wolf; season one started in 2014.


Broken into four segments, this series is set across four different countries delving into interrogation rooms where suspects are interviewed by detectives to solve hideous crimes. Created by Jim Field Smith in 2019.

‘Criminal: United Kingdom’

‘Criminal: United Kingdom’ (Season Two)

‘Criminal: Spain’

‘Criminal: Germany’

‘Criminal: France’

‘Criminal Minds’

Running for 15 seasons, this FBI detective show follows the Behavioural Analysis Unit as they travel across America solving the most horrendous crimes that occur. Created by Jeff Davis and ran from 2005-2020.


When a computer analyst disappears, mysterious emails send to multiple people giving hints in horror stories about where she might be. Season One in 2019 on Amazon Prime.

‘Dead to Me’

Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini star in this Netflix Original show created by Liz Feldman. Two women become unlikely friends when they are both dealing with a recent death and are struggling through grief. Started running in 2019.

‘Don’t Trust The B**** In Apartment 23’

A comedy of small town June and her new partying roommate, when she moves to New York, loses her job and apartment. Ran for two series in 2012 to 2013.


Phoebe Waller-Bridge as the writer, creator and star; this show follows a young woman struggling to build a life in London. A tragicomedy which ran for two seasons from 2016 to 2019.


This classic sitcom tells the lives of Ross, Chandler, Joey, Phoebe, Monica and Rachel. Ran for ten seasons from 1994 to 2004.

‘Good Girls’

This comedy crime programme follows three suburban mothers in a desperate plea for money who decide to rob a grocery store. But in doing so they didn’t realise they would be stealing half a million dollars from a street gang. Created by Jenna Bans and started running in 2018.

‘The Good Karma Hospital’

Set in rural coastal India, this drama is set in a hospital following a group of doctors doing their best to save lives in a desperate time with little staff and little resources. ITV drama created by Dan Sefton in 2017.

‘Gossip Girl’

Upper East Side comes to life with scandals and tons of gossip. Ran for six seasons in 2007 – 2012.

‘How I Met Your Mother’

Ted Mosby tells his children the nine year long story of how he met their mother. Following the lives of him and his four friends in this comedy sitcom. Ran for 9 series from 2005-2014. Created by Carter Bays and Craig Thomas.

‘How to Get Away with Murder’

Under the lead of Professor Annalise Keating, played by Viola Davis, five students are warped from Law School to covering up murder in their own lives. Ran from 2014 to 2020 after six seasons and created by Peter Nowalk.


A group of Hustlers work London by conning greedy people out of thousands of pounds. Shown on BBC from 2004 – 2012 for eight series.

‘The Innocents’

Created by Hania Elkington and Simon Duric in 2018, this show follows a love story between two teens, yet one discovers she’s got a gift, an ability to turn into others and someone is after her.

‘The IT Crowd’

Right down at the bottom of Reynholm Industries in the Basement is one IT department. This show follows the unsuccessful but comical lives of Chris O’Dowd, Richard Ayoade and Katherine Parkinson. Series that ran for five seasons, directed by Graham Linehan from 2006 to 2013.


A zombie outbreak has occurred and Liv is one of them, working in the morgue eating brains of victims to solve their murder mysteries through visions. Started in 2015 and ended in 2019 after five seasons.

‘Jessica Jones’

This Marvel Netflix Original tells the traumatised stories of Jessica Jones, a powered private investigator with a horror of a past returning to her present. Released in 2015 and ended in 2019.

2019 brought the final and third season of ‘Jessica Jones’.

‘Killing Eve’

Based from the Villanelle books by Luke Jennings, this 2018 show follows the lives of British Intelligence who try to defeat a psychopathic killer murdering influential people all around the world. Created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

2019 releases ‘Killing Eve’ season two.

2020 brings the third season of ‘Killing Eve’.

‘Lie To Me’

Cal Lightman and his scientific team try to solve crimes by reading the faces and discovering who is lying to them. Ran from 2009 – 2011.

‘The Middle’

This show tells the day-to-day life and struggles of the Heck family in Orson, Indiana. Started running in 2009 and ended at series 9 in 2018.

‘Modern Family’

This sitcom follows a large family in day-to-day occurrences in an honest perspective of family life. Started in 2009 and ended after eleven series in 2020.

‘New Amsterdam’

Follow the lives of lead doctors at New Amsterdam hospital in America in this busy drama as the new medical director declares to make big changes. Started running in 2018 on Amazon Prime.

‘New Girl’

Meet Jessica Day, Nick Miller, Schmidt and Winston Bishop at the loft in this brilliant sitcom. Created by Elizabeth Meriwether. Ran for 7 series from 2011-2018.

‘Once Upon A Time’

Storybrooke is a town in Maine where the people stuck there are Fairy Tales that have forgotten their past. Started in 2011, after seven seasons finished in 2018.

‘One Tree Hill’

A teen drama which follows five teenagers as they go through life learning about new relationships, friendships, identity and coming of age. Ran for nine seasons from 2003 to 2012.


Shawn Spencer uses his hyper-observant skills to help the police solve crimes in this mystery comedy, while pretending to be psychic. Ran from 2006 – 2014 for eight series.

‘The Rain’

Danish show on Netflix of an apocalyptic virus that has ruined the world as they know it spreading through the rain. Currently running from one series in 2018.


A drama filled with lies and secrets, we are taken to the Hamptons delving into a woman’s path of revenge on an extremely powerful, wealthy family. Ran for four seasons from 2011 to 2015, created by Mike Kelley.

‘Santa Clarita Diet’

This Netflix Original Series stars Drew Barrymore as an undead mother and wife, just trying to fit into the normal suburban life. Ran for three seasons from 2017 to 2019.


A comedy drama that is set in a hospital following the lives of a group of doctors, surgeons and nurses. Ran for 2001 to 2010 for nine series.


Follow Clary into the shadow world as her life is turned upside down discovering warlocks, vampires, werewolves and fairies are real. Based on the book ‘The Mortal Instruments’ by Cassandra Clare. Started in 2016, after three seasons finished in 2019.


Based upon Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous stories, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman bring the consulting detective and partner in crime to life in this modern take. Started running in 2010.

‘Single Parents’

A new sitcom telling the lives of five single parents trying to balance parenthood and adulthood. Created by Elizabeth Meriwether and JJ Philbin. New series started in 2018.

‘That 70s Show’

Travelling back to 1970s Wisconsin with a group of teenagers experiencing life. Ran from 1998 – 2006.

‘White Collar’

Infamous Neal Caffrey desperate to escape prison, makes a deal with FBI agent Peter Burke to consult on crimes. Season ran from 2009 to 2014 for six seasons.

‘White House Farm’

This 2020 mini-series follows the tragic incident that happened at the Bamber resident in Essex, August 1985. Directed by Paul Whittington.


This live studio audience sitcom stars Whitney Cummings, also the creator of the show, following a group of friends in their day-to-day lives. Ran for two series in 2011 to 2013.

‘The Witcher’

Based on the game and books by Andrzej Sapkowski of the same name, Netflix Original brings Geralt of Rivia alive as the Witcher who hunts monsters for money. Created by Lauren Schmidt and started running in 2019.

‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’

Jane Levy plays the main protagonist who discovers a new gift of hearing the innermost thoughts and emotions of the people around her… in song. Created by Austin Winsberg. Season one began in 2020.

‘2 Broke Girls’

In a diner in Brooklyn, two very different broke girls try to earn money to start up a cupcake business in this comedy. Created by Whitney Cummings and Michael Patrick King, ran for six series in 2011 to 2017.