The complete third series of the BBC crime drama following the lives of a gangland family living in Birmingham in the early 1920s. Named after their practise of sewing razor blades into the peaks of their caps, the notorious 'Peaky Blinders' gang is one of the city's most feared, with interests in illegal betting, protection and the black market. Former war hero and brains behind the operation Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy), however, is eager to safeguard his family's success by making the business legitimate and is keen to expand the empire. Set in 1924, this series begins with Tommy's long-awaited wedding to Grace Burgess (Annabelle Wallis). As the business expands globally, the threats facing the family grow as Tommy finds himself at the centre of an international arms deal and with a possible traitor in his midst.
The complete first series of the US reality TV show following the fortunes of Alana Thompson, aka Honey Boo Boo, a seven-year-old child beauty pageant regular and her Georgia family. The episodes are: 'This Is My Crazy Family', 'Gonna Be a Glitz Pig', 'She Oooo'd Herself', 'I'm Sassified', 'What Is a Door Nut?', 'A Bunch of Wedgies', 'Shh! It's a Wig', 'Time for a Sketti!', 'Ah-choo!' and 'It Is What It Is'.
Tommy Lee Wallace co-writes and directs this two-part miniseries based on Stephen King's novel. In 1990, a group of seven childhood friends, known as The Losers Club, reunite to combat a mysterious threat which they had thought was long since buried. Lurking in the shadows, and preying on their innermost fears, a shape-shifting, supernatural predator, manifesting as a killer clown called Pennywise (Tim Curry), prepares to strike again.
All 18 episodes from the second series of the groundbreaking and influential television police drama created by Steven Bochco. Set in an anonymous American city, the show follows the routine work of an under-staffed and overworked police precinct, led by Captain Frank Furillo (Daniel J. Travanti). The episodes comprise: 'Hearts and Minds', 'Blood Money', 'The Last White Man On East Ferry Avenue', 'The Second Oldest Profession', 'Fruits of the Poisonous Tree', 'Cranky Streets', 'Chipped Beef', 'The World According to Freedom', 'Pestolozzi's Revenge', 'The Spy Who Came in from Delgado', 'Freedom's Last Stand', 'Of Mouse and Man', 'Zen and the Art of Law Enforcement', 'The Young, the Beautiful and the Degraded', 'Some Like It Hot-Wired', 'Personal Foul', 'The Shooter' and 'Invasion of the Third World Body Snatchers'.
All six episodes from the third series of the British crime drama starring Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Keeley Hawes. In this series, Sergeant Danny Waldron (Daniel Mays) and his team are assigned the case of a suspected gang member who has been arrested on suspicion of plotting a gangland murder. When Waldron shoots the suspect in cold blood and stages the scene to look like self-defence, Detective Inspector Lindsay Denton (Hawes) of the police anti-corruption department AC-12 brings in Waldron for questioning.
All 24 episodes from the 12th season of the award-winning US drama following the lives of medical professionals at a fictional Seattle hospital. In this series, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) struggles to deal with all her responsibilities after Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) moves in with her, while Miranda (Chandra Wilson) begins life as the new Chief of Surgery. The episodes are: 'Sledgehammer', 'Walking Tall', 'I Choose You', 'Old Time Rock and Roll', 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner', 'The Me Nobody Knows', 'Something Against You', 'Things We Lost in the Fire', 'The Sound of Silence', 'All I Want Is You', 'Unbreak My Heart', 'My Next Life', 'All Eyez On Me', 'Odd Man Out', 'I Am Not Waiting Anymore', 'When It Hurts So Bad', 'I Wear the Face', 'There's a Fine, Fine Line', 'It's Alright, Ma (I'm Not Bleeding)', 'Trigger Happy', 'You're Going to Need Someone On Your Side', 'Mama Tried', 'At Last' and 'Family Affair'.
The complete first season of the HBO medieval fantasy drama based on the bestselling novel series 'A Song of Ice and Fire' by George R.R. Martin. The programme follows the battle between the Starks, led by Lord Eddard (Sean Bean), and the other noble families of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros to gain control of the Iron Throne. In this land the seasons are harsh and long and, as winter approaches, its inhabitants must struggle against the toughest of conditions. The episodes are: 'Winter Is Coming', 'The Kingsroad', 'Lord Snow', 'Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things', 'The Wolf and the Lion', 'A Golden Crown', 'You Win Or You Die', 'The Pointy End', 'Baelor' and 'Fire and Blood'.
All three feature-length episodes from the fourth series of the BBC's fast-paced modernised crime drama based on the characters created by Arthur Conan Doyle. Laptops, mobile phones and the internet are the new tools for crime in a modern London under threat from serial killers, bombings and gang warfare. Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch), the most brilliant intellect of his generation, has a unique analytical brain unlike anyone else's, and staves off the ever-present threat of boredom by solving crimes, the more intricate and baffling the better. Meanwhile, his friend and flatmate, John Watson (Martin Freeman), is an army doctor invalided home from the battlefields of Afghanistan. The episodes are: 'The Six Thatchers', 'The Lying Detective' and 'The Final Problem'.
All episodes from the eleventh season of the award-winning US drama following the lives of medical professionals at a fictional Seattle hospital. In this series, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey)'s relationship is put to the test when he goes to work on a research project in Washington, D.C.; Derek's sister Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) takes over his position at the hospital and attempts to remove a tumour that is believed to be inoperable; and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) starts a new career path, studying under fetal surgeon Dr. Nicole Herman (Geena Davis). The episodes are: 'I Must Have Lost It On the Wind', 'Puzzle With a Piece Missing', 'Got to Be Real', 'Only Mama Knows', 'Bend & Break', 'Don't Let's Start', 'Could We Start Again, Please?', 'Risk', 'Where Do We Go from Here', 'The Bed's Too Big Without You', 'All I Could Do Was Cry', 'The Great Pretender', 'Staring at the End', 'The Distance', 'I Feel the Earth Move', 'Don't Dream It's Over', 'With Or Without You', 'When I Grow Up', 'Crazy Love', 'One Flight Down', 'How to Save a Life', 'She's Leaving Home', 'Time Stops' and 'You're My Home'.
Ian Richardson stars as the Baker Street sleuth in this 1983 adaptation of the novel by Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes (Richardson) is intrigued when he is consulted by young Mary Morstan (Cherie Lunghi) who has received a gift from a mystery correspondent each year since the disappearance of her father. She has now been summoned to a rendezvous and wants Holmes and his faithful companion Doctor Watson (David Healy) to accompany her. What dark deeds will they uncover?
The complete fourth season of the US crime drama following ex-CIA officer John Reese (Jim Caviezel) as he attempts to put a stop to violence in New York City. The former agent works alongside billionaire Harold Finch (Michael Emerson) who, at the government's request, created computer software that can detect forthcoming terrorist attacks. The programme also has the ability to predict other criminal activity but, after the government showed disinterest in this, Finch enlisted the assistance of Reese who now has to use the basic information provided to work out what will happen and prevent it from taking place. The episodes are: 'Panopticon', 'Nautilus', 'Wingman', 'Brotherhood', 'Prophets', 'Pretenders', 'Honor Among Thieves', 'Point of Origin', 'The Devil You Know', 'The Cold War', 'If-Then-Else', 'Control-Alt-Delete', 'M.I.A.', 'Guilty', 'Q & A', 'Blunt', 'Karma', 'Skip', 'Search and Destroy', 'Terra Incognita', 'Asylum' and 'YHWH'.
The complete sixth series of the ITV sitcom set among the Brits abroad at the all-inclusive Solana resort in Benidorm. In this series, manager Joyce Temple-Savage (Sherrie Hewson) prepares for the busy summer season with some excitement, having finally elevated the Solana to four-star status. However, this offers no guarantee that the guests will behave with more decorum... The guest stars in this series include Joan Collins, Matthew Kelly, Philip Oliver, Nicholas Burns, The Krankies and Rustie Lee.
The complete third season of the US drama series starring Calista Flockhart, Rachel Griffiths, Balthazar Getty and Sally Field. In this series, Robert (Rob Lowe) and Kitty (Flockhart) dream of parenthood, while the future of Ojai Foods hangs by a thread. Episodes are: 'Glass Houses', 'Book Burning', 'Tug of War', 'Everything Must Go', 'You Get What You Need', 'Bakersfield', 'Do You Believe in Magic?', 'Going Once... Going Twice', 'Unfinished Business', 'Just a Sliver', 'A Father Dreams', 'Sibling Rivalry', 'It's Not Easy Being Green', 'Owning It', 'Lost and Found', 'Troubled Waters (Part 1)', 'Troubled Waters (Part 2)', 'Taking Sides', 'Spring Broken', 'Missing', 'S3X', 'Julia', 'Let's Call the Whole Thing Off' and 'Mexico'.
All 17 episodes from the first season of the groundbreaking and influential television police drama created by Steven Bochco. Set in an anonymous American city, the show follows the routine work of an under-staffed and overworked police precinct, led by Captain Frank Furillo (Daniel J. Travanti). In this series, tensions are high as the city prepares for a presidential visit; the beat cops are getting edgy as a TV reporter rides with them while he researches a story; and Furillo helps a racist detective clear his name for shooting an unarmed black man. The episodes are: 'Hill Street Station', 'Presidential Fever', 'Politics As Usual', 'Can World War III Be an Attitude?', 'Double Jeopardy', 'Film at Eleven', 'Choice Cut', 'Up in Arms', 'Your Kind, My Kind, Humankind', 'Gatorbait', 'Life, Death, Eternity', 'I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin', 'Fecund Hand Rose', 'Rites of Spring: Part One', 'Rites of Spring: Part Two', 'Jungle Madness: Part One' and 'Jungle Madness: Part Two'.
The pilot episode of the TV spin-off from the successful movie. Robocop (Richard Eden), the ultimate high-tech law enforcer, and his female partner uncover a deadly conspiracy - a Neuro-Net, which when linked to a human brain can control the entire city of Delta, is being developed by mad scientist Dr. Cray Z. Mallardo (Cliff DeYoung) and the villainous OCP executive Chip Chayken (John Rubinstein). As Robocop attempts to bring the pair down, Chayken sends a hitman to get rid of him.
All five episodes from the BBC crime drama starring Gillian Anderson as a Metropolitan Police detective drafted to Belfast to help on a puzzling murder case. Though her superiors aren't convinced, Stella Gibson (Anderson)'s investigations lead her to believe that a serial killer is at work. Meanwhile, the killer, Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan), stalks his next target, solicitor Sarah Kay (Laura Donnelly).
To mark its 30th anniversary, all 12 episodes of John Cleese and Connie Booth's highly successful comedy series, set in a Torquay hotel, have been remastered. In 'Basil the Rat', waiter Manuel (Andrew Sachs)'s Siberian hamster turns out to be a rat, which goes missing just in time for a visit from the hotel inspector. 'Communication Problems' sees Basil (Cleese) forced to deal with a deaf guest while attempting to conceal his gambling win from Sybil (Prunella Scales). In 'The Anniversary', a secret party planned for Sybil goes awry when the guest of honour storms out of the hotel. 'The Germans' sees Basil failing to cope with a fire drill and the arrival of some German guests while Sybil is in hospital - 'Don't mention the war - I did once, but I think I got away with it!'. In 'The Hotel Inspectors', Basil goes into fawning overdrive when he learns that a group of hotel inspectors are operating in the area. In 'A Touch of Class', Basil's quest for a better class of clientele seems to have succeeded with the arrival at the hotel of Lord Melbury (Michael Gwynn). Or has it? 'The Kipper and the Corpse' finds Basil and Manuel trying to dispose of a dead body without any of the guests noticing. Needless to say, they are less than successful. In 'Waldorf Salad', some newly-arrived American guests' request for transatlantic cuisine does not go down well with Basil in the kitchen. 'Gourmet Night' sees the Fawltys' attempt to throw a cultural evening fail when their chef hits the bottle. In 'The Psychiatrist', Basil begins behaving even more oddly than usual when he learns that a psychiatrist is staying at the hotel. 'The Builders' sees Basil in hot water with Sybil when he employs the unreliable Irish labourer Mr O'Reilly (David Kelly) to do some work in the hotel lobby. Finally, in 'The Wedding Party', Basil gets the wrong impression when some old friends of Polly (Booth)'s arrive at the hotel.
The entire mini-series (based on the best-selling novel by Colleen McCullough) following the fortunes of the Cleary family, whose lives are touched by a seemingly unalterable destiny. The story spans generations and continents and deals with the relationship between an ambitious priest (Richard Chamberlain) and a young woman (Rachel Ward).
All six episodes from the second series of the ITV detective drama starring Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar. DCI Cassie Stuart and DI Sunil Khan (Walker and Bhaskar)'s next big case begins when a suitcase is washed up from the River Lea in London, containing the remains of a dead body. After discovering the person was buried more than 25 years ago and learning his identity, the pair quickly identifies a list of four potential suspects who all have interlinked connections to the deceased. As they try to discover what life was like for the victim, David Walker, all those years ago, Cassie and Sunil find themselves investigating historical allegations of abuse, rape and cover-ups in their search for his killer.
All three series of the BBC sitcom written by and starring Ruth Jones and James Corden, which chronicles the ongoing romance between Essex boy Gavin (Mathew Horne) and Cardiff lass Stacey (Joanna Page). The 2008 Christmas special is also included.