2016 TV Guide…

Staying in this January?

You’re in for a treat with some good TV. This Jan look out for  new seasons of old favourites to new series covering  crime, romance, action and drama. Plenty of stuff to watch to keep you occupied  until the weather improves :-)!

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Lucky Man, Season 1 – Sky 1

James Nesbitt stars as down on his luck cop DI Harry Clayton whose chance encounter with a mysterious woman and an ancient bracelet changes everything. Based on an original idea by Stan Lee.

When: 22 January 2016

Blue Eyes, Season 1 – More4

Political intrigue, violent murders, and high-level corruption, Swedish style.

When: February 2016

Clan, Season 1 – More4 

This new Belgian series follows the story of five very close sisters, who decide to bump off one of their nasty husbands, and who then have to deal with the consequences.

When: February 2016

House of Cards, Season 4 – Netflix 

Kevin Spacey’s tour de force as Francis J. Underwood continues, with more two-faced backstabbing and political intrigue.

When: 4th March 2016

Limitless, Season 1 – Sky Living

Based on the film starring Bradley Cooper, this new series follows the story of a man who takes a brain-enhancing special drug and helps the FBI to fight crime.

When: January 2016

Making a Murderer, Season 1 – Netflix 

Filmed over 10 years, this real-life thriller follows a DNA exoneree who, while exposing police corruption, becomes a suspect in a grisly new crime.

When: Available now

Spin, Season 1 – More4 

If House of Cards and Borgen were set in Paris… Fans of a political drama will love this new thriller.

When: January 2016

The Five, Season 1 – Sky1 

The first TV drama from best-selling author Harlen Coben is about a group of friends who are united by a terrible incident.

When: March 2016

The Tunnel, Season 2 – Sky Atlantic 

A second series of the UK-meets-France crime thriller called Debris. 

When: Early 2016

The Walking Dead, Season 6 part 2 – FOX (UK) 

The American horror-drama returns with more zombie action and cliffhangers.

When: 15th February

Vinyl, Season 1 – Sky Atlantic

Executively-produced by the likes of Mick Jagger, Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter (The Wolf of Wall Street, Boardwalk Empire), Vinyl charts the sex-and-drug-addled music business of the ’70s at the dawn of punk, disco and hip-hop.

When: 15th February

TV Guide..

Monday 30th November

The Murder Detectives 9pm/C4
Documentary filmed over the course of 18 months following the police investigation into the murder of a 19-year-old Bristol student.

Tuesday 1st December

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Masterchef the Professionals 8pm/BBC2 
It’s the last week of the heats, and the first three chefs are set a task by Marcus, who wants them to fillet a whole plaice, steam a portion and serve it with a mushroom cream sauce, all in 20 minutes. The remaining three cooks are set a Skills Test by Monica, who asks them make the classic Crepe Suzette. .

Wednesday 2nd December

Younger 9pm/SonyTV 
Comedy drama, starring Sutton Foster as Liza Miller, a 40-something mother whose fresh-faced appearance gives her an opportunity to lie about her age and take another shot at securing her dream job.

Thursday 3rd December

Scandal 10pm/SkyLiving
Return of my one my favourite dramas is back on the box! Olivia Pope is back with style and gusto, and despite her own personal problems is still involved in a long-running affair with her client – the most powerful man in the US.

Friday 4th December

FILM: Cake 10pm/SkyPremiere
A woman (played by Jennifer Aniston) whose son died during a car accident that left her in constant pain becomes obsessed with the suicide of a young mother she met at a support group and forms a touching friendship with her husband.

Saturday 5th December

FILM: One Day 6.55pm/Film4
Romantic comedy drama adapted from the bestselling novel by David Nicholls, starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess

FILM: Stoker 11.10pm/Film4
A teenager living an isolated life in her mother’s remote estate discovers she has an uncle she has never met following her father’s death.

Sunday 6th December


The 5 Year Engagement – Channel 4 11.05pm
Romantic comedy starring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt.