Catch up on the gripping shows everyone is talking about...
If you loved West Wing, you’ll adore this political thinker.
Kevin Spacey wows audiences as Frank Underwood, the ruthless Democratic Congressman who is hell bent on gaining a cabinet position in the House of Representatives.
After working tirelessly to secure Garret Walker’s election as President on the promise of a promotion, Frank is betrayed. Furious, he devises an intricate plan to exact revenge and ultimately gain power. The perfect present for the TV fan who has seen them all. House of Cards was only shown on the online streaming service, Netflix, so it’s a real exclusive. And the third season is ready to review from today…
Hard drinking, chain smoking, over-sexed and smoulderingly stylish, the Madison Avenue pioneers sell an ideal they are struggling to achieve in their own lives. Mad Men is a sexy, stylish and shocking portrait of a time that was anything but innocent. It makes irresistible watching. Catch up on the first part of season 7 now before the finale begins in April.
This gripping series has received much critical acclaim thanks to its stand-out performances and fascinatingly tense script.
Game Of Thrones is the series that everyone is talking about – and that doesn’t look set to be changing any time soon.
This fabulous, nineteenth-century costume drama sets the standard for British TV.
Written by Julian Fellowes, it follows the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who work for them. There are four series to catch up on, so you best start soon!
Downton Abbey has been passed down from generation to generation of Crawleys for decades. But now, with three daughters, and the latest male heir having floundered with the Titanic, Lord Grantham must devise a plan to save the inheritance of his beloved estate.
Leading the pack is Breaking Bad, the hugely successful crime thriller series that has sparked many a social media storm with it’s nail-biting plot lines. With five seasons to get through, now is the perfect time to find out what everyone’s so obsessed about.
After discovering he has terminal cancer, downtrodden chemistry teacher Walter White decides to become a methamphetamine cook in a bid to secure his family’s financial future.
He teams up with small time drug dealer and former high school student, Jesse Pinkman, in a bid to shift his illicit produce – but it doesn’t take long before the operation starts to ruffle a few Cartel feathers.
Sassy, law firm-based drama, The Good Wife, is a w&h favourite.
With her high-flying husband jailed for corruption – and his sex tapes with prostitutes all over the internet – Alicia Florrick (a feisty Julianna Margulies) has a lot of battles to fight.
Forced back into her law firm as the lowest of the low after 15 years away, The Good Wife follows Alicia’s slow and steady climb back to her best in a world where everyone is flawed.
With four series of action to catch up on, now is the perfect time to get ahead!
The original and best Danish series follows the tactiturn, superhumanly determined detective Sarah Lund. Each series follows a separate case – in the first series, she investigates the death of a Copenhagen teenager. As the case rapidly takes over Lund’s life it will do the same for yours – we found ourselves watching the last four hour-long episodes in one evening!
Buy The Killing Series 1-3 now
When marine sergeant (the hunky Damien Lewis) is returned to the US after years missing-presumed-dead in Iraq, CIA agent Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) suspects him of being a double agent. As her investigation continues, you’ll be gripped – while Mathison’s bipolar disorder means the viewer is never quite sure of the truth.
Buy Homeland Series 1-3 now
We can’t resist a classic Morse case on a rainy day – invest in the Complete Boxset and you’ll never be without your fix!
Buy the Inspector Morse Complete Boxset now
Aaron Sorkin’s idealistic, acclaimed drama follows the staff, the runners and riders behind the scenes at the White House.
It’s packed with witty dialogue and brilliantly drawn characters including our heroine, the formidable CJ.
Buy The West Wing Series 1-7 now
Murders, mysteries and mayhem! Morse’s replacement solves crime after crime on Oxford’s picturesque streets. We love it!
Buy Lewis Series 1-8 now
We love it and know you do too! And what could be more delicious than the entire box set following the exploits of Carrie Bradshaw and her pals? All their triumphs, all their tragedies and everything in between.
The Wire delves into the seedy side of Baltimore, with stories told from the point of view of both the police and their targets. The series captures a universe of subterfuge and surveillance, where easy distinctions between good and evil, and crime and punishment, are challenged at every turn.
Arguably the best ever Dickens adaptations, this mini series brims with fabulously eccentric characters and gripping plot. The cast is fab too: Gillian Anderson, Charles Dance, Carey Mulligan, Anna Maxwell Martin and more. One for a rainy weekend when you can watch the whole series in one sitting!
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Gripping, tense, suspenseful drama in which you follow the life of revered litigator Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) and her ambitious protégée Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne). We started watching over one weekend and then cancelled everything to stay in and see the lot!
Buy Damages – Seasons 1-3 now
Enjoy 10 discs of Edina and Patsy being grotesque and debauched and very, very funny, not to mention Saffy and Bubble. Though the early episodes date back to 1992, the humour remains completely razor sharp today.
Kiefer Sutherland stars as counter terrorism agent Jack Bauer, whose rogue tactics constantly pit him against his superiors. Each one-hour episode will have you on the edge of your seat!
Brilliant series that follows the life of New Jersey-based Italian-American mobster Tony Soprano and the difficulties he faces as he tries to balance the conflicting requirements of his home life and his criminal work life.