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TV&Satellite Week


Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd TV & Satellite Week is a weekly magazine, perfect for TV fans looking to get the most out of multichannel viewing. It includes comprehensive listings and a film guide, coverage of the best US dramas, a rundown of the week's highlights and a guide to live sports action on TV. England and Wales edition.

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questions of guilt

NEW CRIME DRAMA Criminal From Friday 20 September, 12 episodes as a box set, Netflix Line of Duty’s intense interrogations have always been loved by fans, but imagine turning those type of scenes into an entire series. Netflix’s new 12-part drama Criminal takes place exclusively in the confines of a police interview suite, where a team of detectives use shrewd psychological techniques designed to trip up suspects. The series comprises of three episodes from four different countries – the UK, France, Germany and Spain – each filmed in their own language. All 12 episodes are standalone stories. UNDER PRESSURE In the first of the UK stories, former Doctor Who star David Tennant is in the hot seat, playing suspect Dr Edgar Fallon, who is being questioned over the murder of his 14-year-old stepdaughter, Nicky. DI Tony Myerscough…

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what’s next for david tennant?

There’s big news for Doctor Who fans as David Tennant is reuniting with the Time Lord’s one-time companion Catherine Tate in Sky One comedy drama Americons. The pair will play a British couple preparing to move to the US. Tennant is also teaming up with more former co-stars for projects this year, including Jessica Jones’ Krysten Ritter, whom he’ll appear alongside in a film based on the play Fuddy Meers, written by David Lindsay-Abaire, about an amnesiac. Meanwhile, the movie thriller Midday Sun (release date to be announced) will see the Scottish actor reunite with Emily Watson, his co-star from 2013 series The Politician’s Husband. Tennant and Watson play a couple living out their dream in the Mediterranean when their visiting son is killed. Plus, the 48-year-old actor will lead an all-star…

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criminal’s uk episodes

Episode one – Edgar David Tennant stars as taciturn Dr Edgar Fallon, who is being questioned over the murder of his 14-year-old stepdaughter. He’s held out for 23 hours, saying nothing more than ‘no comment’. Can DI Tony Myerscough (Lee Ingleby) get Edgar talking before the final 60 minutes are up? Episode two – Stacey Stacey Doyle (Hayley Atwell) is suspected of the attempted murder of her sister’s boyfriend, who is in a coma after drinking rat poison. Interrogation team leader Natalie Hobbs (Katherine Kelly) smells a rat herself and tries a risky line of questioning. Episode three – Jay When a truck that’s suspected of carrying illegal immigrants goes missing, driver Jay Mouhtassine (Youssef Kerkour) absolutely insists he knows nothing about its whereabouts. The pressure is on DC Hugo Duffy (Mark Stanley) to get…

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mother courage

DRAMA A Confession Monday, ITV HD, 9pm She’s no stranger to a hard-hitting part after her Oscar-nominated turn as an abortionist in the acclaimed 2005 film Vera Drake, but Imelda Staunton admits that playing real-life Swindon mother Karen Edwards in ITV’s A Confession has been one of the most harrowing roles of her career. The drama follows Karen as she clings to the hope that her daughter Becky, who has been missing for eight years, will return home safely. But this week, Karen’s life is changed for ever when local taxi driver Christopher Halliwell (Joe Absolom) confesses to Det Supt Steve Fulcher (Martin Freeman), the lead investigator in the disappearance of Sian O’Callaghan, that he has killed Sian and another unidentified young woman, who Karen fears will turn out to be Becky. ‘Becky was involved…

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mean streets

NEW DRAMA City on a Hill Wed, Sky Atlantic HD, 9pm & 10.10pm A crime-ridden Boston in the early 1990s is the setting for Sky Atlantic’s new slow-burning, sprawling US drama City on a Hill, which has drawn comparisons with classic cop shows such as The Wire and NYPD Blue. Part-executive-produced by both Ben Affleck and Matt Damon (who come from Boston), the 10-part series follows Decourcy Ward (Aldis Hodge), an idealistic district attorney who arrives from Brooklyn to discover that Boston’s criminal justice system is plagued by racism, corruption and police misconduct. ‘My job is to present all facets of the human condition’KEVIN BACON Gradually, Decourcy forms an unlikely alliance with a shady FBI veteran, Jackie Rohr, played by Kevin Bacon. Together, the very different men investigate an armoured car robbery carried out by local…

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who’s who

Frankie Ryan Jonathan Tucker The working-class father is the ruthless leader of a gang of Boston robbers, and is responsible for his brother’s wellbeing. Jimmy Ryan Mark O’Brien Frankie’s troubled and unpredictable younger brother convinces Frankie to let him join his criminal gang. Cathy Ryan Amanda Clayton Frankie’s wife and partner-in-crime is responsible for handling the money earned from Frankie’s robberies. Hank Signa Jere Shea The easygoing detective tries to keep Decourcy from ruffling too many feathers in his anti-corruption campaign.…