Belgravia: The Next Chapter picks up in 1871, three decades after the events depicted in the 2020 limited series, which was written by Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey, The Gilded Age) and based on his novel of the same name. Developed and written by critically acclaimed playwright and screenwriter Helen Edmundson (Dalgliesh, Mary Magdalene), the series tells the love story of Frederick Trenchard, who has grown up as the third Lord Trenchard, and his new love interest, Clara Dunn, who is a newcomer to London society. Unaware that his birth was the product of an affair between his mother Susan and the scoundrel John Bellasis, a troubled childhood has left Frederick deeply insecure, which challenges his courtship of and marriage to Clara.
Director: John Alexander
Writer(s): Helen Edmundson
Cast: Sophie Winkleman, Sophie Thompson, Toby Regbo, Edward Bluemel, Hannah Onslow, Harriet SlaterGenre:
Release date: Winter 2023
Sanctuary follows a small UK town named Sanctuary, where daily life is shaken by murder accusations after a boy is discovered dead from an accident.
Director: Justin Molotnikov, Lisa Mulcahy
Writer(s): V.V. James
Role: Sarah Fenn
Cast: Hazel Doupe, Amy De Bhrún, Stephanie Levi-JohnGenre:
Release date: TBA
Intruder follows an affluent, high-flying couple whose lives are shattered when two local youths break into their luxurious coastal home.
Director: Gareth Tunley
Writer(s): Gareth Tunley
Cast: Helen Behan, Tom Meeten, Pauline QuirkeGenre:
Release date: 5th April 2021
Diana Bishop, historian and witch, accesses Ashmole 782 and knows she must solve its mysteries. She is offered help by the enigmatic Matthew Clairmont, but he’s a vampire and witches should never trust vampires.
Role: Louise de Clermont
Cast: Matthew Goode, Teresa Palmer, Valarie PettifordGenre:
Release date: 2020
A young Roland Deschain investigates a treacherous plot in the town of Mejis far from his home of Gilead. It is here he finds love and learns of his true destiny.
Role: Gabrielle Deschain
Cast: Tim Chipping, Daniel Fathers, Jerome Flynn, Michael RookerGenre:
Release date: 2020
Follows a group of police officers on the front line wondering what they did to end up where they are on the ugly side of Manchester.
Director: David Kerr, Catherine Morshead, Misha Manson-Smith, Harry Bradbeer
Writer(s): Paul Abbott, Paul Tomalin, Jack Lothian, Jimmy Dowall, Mark Grieg
Role: DC Dinah Kowalska
Cast: Joanna Scanlan, Julie Clerehugh, Colin Salmon, Will Mellor, Paul Ritter, Alexandra RoachGenre:
Release date: 5 May 2015
When her husband, Lee, is murdered, Sarah Manning comes to realise that she knows nothing about his past.
Director: Kenneth Glenaan
Writer(s): Ron Hutchinson
Role: Sarah Manning
Cast: Morten Suurballe, Angeline Ball, Lisa Hogg, Paul PopowichGenre:
Release date: 24th September 2017
Set in a north of England town, the programme follows shopworker Denise Lovett as she struggles to make her way to the top after managing to gain a lowly position as a salesgirl at ‘The Paradise’, the town’s newly opened upmarket department store.
Role: Katherine Glendenning
Cast: Joanna Vanderham, Emun Elliott, Stephen WightGenre:
Release date: 6 October 2013
When his father’s World War II war medal is posted to him, Henry decides to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death. But is Henry prepared for the truth?
Director: David Moore
Writer(s): Michelle Magorian (novel), Michael Chaplin
Cast: Josh Bolt, Charlie May-Clark, John HenshawGenre:
Release date: 18 December 2011
A chronicle of a New York family as seen through the eyes of a charming yet self-destructive Broadway composer.
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Writer(s): John Logan (screenplay)
Role: Brona McKinney
Cast: Lee Pace, Eddie Redmayne, Hope Davis, Frank Langella, Daniel Davis, Remy Nozik, Patti LuPone, Louis Ozawa Changchien, Norbert Leo Butz, Linus Roache, Stark SandsGenre:
Release date: Never released