Brilliant Brit dramas
on PBS and Amazon
They’re back - London detectives Cassie (Nicola Walker) and Sunny (Sanjeev Bhaskar) return for the third season of Unforgotten with a brand new murder to investigate.
A band new old murder, that is.
When the body of a long-lost teenager is dug up in the middle of the M1 by road workers, the gruesome discovery also unearths many deep-buried emotions and secrets from the past. The police investigation leads to four former school friends, played by
Neil Morrissey et al.
With its complex plot and detailed character developments, the latest installment of this ITV cold case series will keep you guessing “whodunit” till the very end.
If you did forget (bad pun, sorry!) to watch on PBS, you can still stream Unforgotten on Amazon and Apple TV instead.
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Mrs. Wilson, a powerful three-part drama starring Ruth Wilson, is inspired by the true story of her own grandmother.
This gripping BBC production switches between London in the 1940s and ‘60s to 1930s British India. These were the days of poised reserve, repressed emotions and social civility when family crisis was superficially quelled with a cup of tea (poured from dainty teapots into matching china cups and saucers, naturally). The whole show is stylish and polished with brilliant acting by Wilson as well as Keeley Hawes and Iain Glen. There’s tons of intrigue, shocks and surprises, and enough twists to keep you guessing about the secret life of the mysterious Major Wilson.
The personal connection here, with Ruth Wilson playing her real-life gran, makes this drama even more compelling and quite unique.
If you missed it on PBS, you can find Mrs. Wilson on Amazon & Apple TV instead.
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