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TV&Satellite Week

TV&Satellite Week

19-Jun-2021
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Published by TI Media Limited 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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English
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4 min.
british drama preview

VIGIL BBC1 HD From the makers of Line of Duty and Bodyguard, this six-part conspiracy thriller boasts a star-studded cast, including Suranne Jones, Martin Compston, Shaun Evans, Paterson Joseph and Rose Leslie. The plot involves the puzzling disappearance of a Scottish fishing trawler and a death on board a Trident nuclear submarine, bringing Jones’ character, DCI Amy Silva, into conflict with the Navy and British security services when she’s tasked with investigating. THE IPCRESS FILE ITV HD Peaky Blinders’ Joe Cole gets embroiled in espionage in ITV’s take on the classic thriller by Len Deighton. The six-part drama is set in the1960s, at the height of the Cold War, as tensions between East and West reach boiling point. In the role played by Sir Michael Caine in the 1965 film version, Cole is…

1 min.
in the pipeline

THE RISING Sky One HD The supernatural crime thriller tells the story of Neve Kelly (Clara Rugaard), who discovers that she is dead, and is determined to find her killer and get justice from beyond the grave. THE RIG Amazon Prime Video Martin Compston and Iain Glen star in this horror series about the crew on an oil rig off the Scottish coast. When a mysterious force takes hold, the workers find themselves cut off from the outside world… THE UNDECLARED WAR C4 HD Set in 2024 in the run-up to a general election, this six-parter follows analysts working at GCHQ to thwart a cyberattack on the electoral system. Sir Mark Rylance, Simon Pegg and Adrian Lester head the cast. STEPHEN ITV HD A follow-up to the groundbreaking 1999 factual drama The Murder of Stephen Lawrence, this…

3 min.
rebel on the run

NEW DRAMA The Handmaid’s Tale Sunday, C4 HD, 9pm The terrifying world of Gilead is back on our screens this week when harrowing dystopian drama The Handmaid’s Tale returns for a fourth season. Based on Margaret Atwood’s novel, the series is set in a totalitarian, religious society – established after a second American Civil War – where women are brutally oppressed. Since the show debuted in 2017, we’ve watched rebellious handmaid June (Elisabeth Moss) fight back against the evil authorities and desperately try to escape to Canada in order to reunite with her husband, Luke (O-T Fagbenle). We last saw a fugitive June working with secret resistance network Mayday to help a group of children escape on a plane to Canada – but refusing to join them without her stolen daughter, Hannah. SURVIVING As June distracted the guards…

2 min.
jailhouse shock

LAST ONE DRAMA Time Sunday, BBC1 HD, 9pm From Cracker and Hillsborough to Accused and The Street, writer Jimmy McGovern has made his name by deftly showcasing the harsh reality and moral dilemmas of everyday life. His latest project, BBC1 prison drama Time, which draws to a close this week, is no exception as it explores the challenges faced on both sides of the bars. In the finale, prisoner Mark Cobden (Sean Bean) has to face up to how he came to kill a man, while troubled prison officer Eric McNally (Stephen Graham) continues to play with fire by smuggling in contraband goods in order to protect his son, who is incarcerated in another jail. Here, McGovern, 71, teases what’s in store… Tell us about the finale… It’s these two great stories that hook you in, and…

2 min.
undercover kids

NEW FANTASY DRAMA The Mysterious Benedict Society From Friday 25 June, Disney+ If you fancy a break from this week’s wall-to-wall coverage of Euro 2020, try Disney+’s entertaining fantasy drama The Mysterious Benedict Society. Based on Trenton Lee Stewart’s novels, the eight-part series (two episodes will be available from 25 June, then a new episode will be released weekly) features Tony Hale as Nicholas Benedict, a narcoleptic philanthropist, and Kristen Schaal as his deputy. Mr Benedict is determined to end a global crisis known as The Emergency, which has plunged the world into disaster thanks to strange subliminal messages that are being broadcast. ‘Mr Benedict is an affable genius – he’s very Willy Wonka,’ says Hale, 50. ‘He’s full of life but he has narcolepsy, so sometimes he’ll just pass out. But he’s desperate to…

2 min.
soap diary

CORONATION STREET Leanne heads to court for Harvey’s trial Aware that he faces 16 years in prison if Leanne speaks up about his crimes, drug dealer Harvey tasks sidekick Rhys with giving the stressed mum one last warning to keep her mouth shut. But although Leanne is horrified as gunshots are fired on the cobbles, she heads to court for Harvey’s trial, and looks the gangster in the eye as she gives evidence against him. Sharon also testifies against Harvey, despite having earlier taken a beating from his gang for not toeing the line. She gives a damning report of her nephew, and how he exploits vulnerable children for his own gain. Rita’s impressed that her former foster daughter has done the right thing and, back on the cobbles, when Sharon points out that…