Binge-worthy TV!

As COVID-19 has us transitioning to hermits. We've put together a list of cracker TV shows to binge-watch during self-isolation.


A Very English Scandal - Amazon Prime

This BAFTA nominated series based on John Preston’s Novel is available on Amazon Prime, with Jason Watkins, Production Design by Helen Scott, Director of Photography by Danny Cohen, Costume Design by Suzanne Cave, Hair and Make-up by Daniel Phillips and Choreography by Francesca Jaynes


After Life - Netflix 

Ahead of the launch of series 2 on the 24th April, re-live the first season of this smash-hit, award winning series, created, directed, written by and starring Ricky Gervais. The Series stars Diane MorganTony WayBrian GittinsDavid EarlDavid BradleyNikhil Parmar, Produced by Charlie Hanson and Edited by Jo Walker


Baghdad Central - All 4

You can watch all episodes of Channel 4's noir thriller set in Iraq 2003 on All 4. The series stars Stefano Braschi, with Production Design by Helen Scott and with episodes 4-6 edited by Sam White.


Brassic - Sky / NOW TV


It was named Sky’s biggest original comedy series launch for over 7 years and season 2 is soon to return. Written and co-created by Danny Brocklehurst and stars Michelle KeeganDebbie RushAaron HeffernanAnna Acton and Nikhil Parmar, with Movement Director Jack Murphy.


Derry Girls - All 4 / Netflix

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Lisa McGee's critically acclaimed BAFTA and RTS nominated series smashed records when season 1 launched in 2018, with season 2 creating more hype when it launched last year. The entire series' was directed by Michael LennoxCo-edited by Joe Randall-Cutler and stars Claire Rafferty and Michael Shea.  


Don't Forget The Driver - Amazon Prime

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BBC's new dark comedy, following beleaguered coach driver Peter Green launched to rave reviews last year. Creator and co-writer Tim Crouch made his screen debut with this acclaimed series, which was edited by Tom Hemmings, production design by Melanie Allen and costume design by Sam Perry.

Fleabag - BBC iPlayer / Amazon Prime
This Golden Globe, Emmy and BAFTA winning series has amassed a huge following. The series stars Sian CliffordAndrew ScottOlivia Colman and Jamie Demetriou. Directed by Harry Bradbeer, edited by Gary Dollner and with Costume Design by Ray Holman


Hometown - BBC iPlayer

Award-winning journalist Mobeen Azhar moves back to his hometown of Huddersfield to cover the death of Mohammed Yassar Yaqub but realises that there is a much bigger story in town. This hard hitting documentary is nominated for the RTS Award for Best Documentary, with Mobeen also up for Best Presenter. 


JERK - BBC iPlayer

Tim Renkow's devilishly funny debut series is on BBC iPlayer. Keep your eyes peeled, as this smash-hit series was commisioned for a second season. 

Lovesick - Netflix 

After finding out he has an STD, Johnny Flynn's Dylan must get back in touch with every girl he has ever had sex with to let them know the bad news. Created and written by Tom Edge and stars Daniel Ings and Yasmine Akram.


Noughts & Crosses - BBC iPlayer

Currently airing on BBC One with all episodes available on BBC iPlayer, is based on the critically acclaimed novels adult novels by author Malorie Blackman. The series, one of the most aticipated of 2020 stars Romario Simpson and Michelle Asante


Sandylands - Sky / UKTV / NowTV


Brand new comedy series with an all-star cast, including our Sanjeev BhaskarDaniel Hoffmann-GillAdam Loxley and Craig Parkinson, was created and written by Martin Collins and Alex Finch


Sex Education - Netflix

Netflix's hit series returned for a second season this year, starring, George RobinsonSam JordanCatriona KnoxChris JenksLino Facioli, Jim Howick and Daniel Ings, with Production Designer Samantha Harley, Costume Design. by Rosa Dias and episodes 1, 2 and 7 edited by Steve Ackroyd.


Stath Lets Flats - All 4

Channel 4's BAFTA nominated series returned for a second series last year, created, written by and starring Jamie Demetriou, with Natasia DemetriouDustin Demri-BurnsEllie WhiteNick Mohammed, David Mumeni, with Production Designer Hannah Purdy Foggin on the second season. 


The Stranger - Netflix 

After launching in January, Danny Brocklehurst'The Stranger has been sitting in Netflix's Top 10 Picks in the UK and the US. The series stars Richard ArmitageJennifer SaundersCamilla ArfwedsonElla-Rae SmithKai Alexander, Shaun Dooley and superbly cast by Casting Pictures.


The Witcher - Netflix 
After launching on Netflix last year, The Witcher quickly became one of Netflix's highest rating original series. Starring Freya AllanAnna ShafferJoey BateyShaun DooleyAnna-Louise PlowmanSteve WallElla-Rae SmithJim CaesarIsobel Laidler, with Director of Photography Gavin Struthers BSC ASC, Episodes 3 and 4 Directed by Alex Garcia Lopez​ and Episodes 1, 3 and 4 edited by Nick Arthurs

And if that's not enough, we thought we would throw you in some other little gems to enjoy:


Fighting With My Family - Netflix 
Stephen Merchant made his solo directiorial debut with this hit biopic, which he also wrote and features, with Cinematography by Remi Adefarasin, Procution Design by Nick Palmer, Costume Design by Matthew Price and Hair & Make-up Design by Claire Whiteley.
EastEnders - BBC iPlayer
In case you missed it, or want to re-live it, EastEnders' explosive Christmas in Albert Square, directed by Toby Frow and with the New Years Eve episode directed by Thomas Hescott.
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