When Mona’s brother is murdered while working abroad, the couple are drawn deep into a conspiracy. A grisly murder with links to Besźel’s politically tumultuous twin city, Ul Qoma, will provide the central narrative thrust.A firm date hasn’t been confirmed yet, but we’re expecting this one in early 2018., BBC One’s three-part adaptation of John Preston’s novel, which focuses on scandalous 1970s MP Jeremy Thorpe.
Readers of a certain age will remember that Thorpe was tried and acquitted of conspiring to murder Scott. Eight highly expensive episodes (each apparently costing $8.5 million) are expected to arrive at some point in the year.
, a BBC One drama from new writers Rory Haines and Sohrab Noshirvani.
Jim Sturgess and Agyness Deyn play said detectives, who stumble onto proof of the impending end of days while investigating the death of a hacker. paired with his wife Natasha Narayan to pen this six-part series.
Panjabi plays a GP named Mona, with Davenport playing her husband. Morrissey’s character will head up an Extreme Crime Squad in the fictional city of Besźel.
BBC One is the home network of this one, but they haven’t announced the premiere date yet. It’s early days yet, with no cast info confirmed, so there’s a chance that this one may not arrive until 2019.