To help get us through the last leg of winter, we’ve swapped the winter blues, for the police blues and are enjoying some seriously good TV crime drama. We’re gripped by Marcella which, in this series, sees her with a new identity as she goes undercover to get to the truth behind the infamous Maguire family and we’re back in the seaside town of Morecambe for a new series of The Bay. This story focuses on a middle class family, the Marshbrooks, who suddenly find their comfortable lives shattered by a shocking event.
And there’s more to come! Bloodlands, is a new four-part BBC series starting this Sunday. The series follows DCI Tom Brannick as he recognises the calling card of a serial killer from 20 years ago. Sounds intriguing. And two favourite London detectives are reunited in a chilling new series of Unforgotten. Detectives DCI Cassie Stuart and DI Sunny Khan investigate a body found in a scrapyard and the team believes the remains had been stored in a domestic freezer for 30 years.
For the crime drama aficionados, there are dedicated Freeview channels showing classic crime drama programmes. On CBS Drama, you can catch episodes of CSI Miami, the florida based forensic investigators who use cutting-edge scientific methods and old-fashioned police work to solve crimes; while on CBS Justice you can follow the quirky Scorpion team as they solve worldwide crises. If you prefer classic UK drama head to Drama where you can see the Spooks team work around the clock to safeguard and the nation.
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