This season new TV series


I thik this is one of the seasons with more interesting new TV series already confirmed (not forgetting others still on production). Will be impossible to follow every of them!

In alphabetical order:

  1. Dickensian, brings together some of literature’s most iconic characters, including Scrooge, Fagin and Miss Havisham, as their lives intertwine in 19th century London.
  2. Empire season 2, following the story of an American family in the music business
  3. Flesh And Bone, U.S. Starz series on a Ballet company that has Ben Daniels as their volatile artistic director!
  4. From Darkness, a new psychological crime drama with a great cast: Anne-Marie Duff, Richard Rankin, Luke Newberry, Johnny Harris, Caroline Lee Johnson, Leanne Best, Cora Tsang.
  5. Home Fires, a group of inspirational women in a rural Cheshire community are preparing to keep the Home Fires burning (on WWII).
  6. Jekyll & Hyde, Robert Jekyll, grandson of Dr Jekyll on a quest to discover his real identity, his true family history and the nature of his ‘curse’.
  7. London Spy, drama series with Ben Whishaw, a story of a chance romance between two people from very different worlds.
  8. Luther new season, with John Heffernan in one episode.
  9. Red Oaks, comedy series young tennis player.
  10. Sherlock new season maybe to be filmed next year, but they will air a Christmas special episode.
  11. The Five new series with Lee Ingleby (let’s hope we get more season of Inspector George Gently as well).
  12. The Hollow Crown, but we have to wait 2016 for the new season.
  13. The Job Scottish series on cops, with Richard Rankin and Adam McNamara.
  14. The Nightmare Worlds Of Hg Wells: ‘The Late Mr Elvesham’, with Luke Treadaway, but no release date, yet.
  15. The River drama with Nicola Walker.
  16. Unforgotten drama with Nicola Walker.
  17. War And Peace with Paul Dano, Lily James and James Norton.
  18. The Night Manager, with Tom Hiddleston. I saw the trailer before “From Darkness” by chance.
  19. Versailles, this is French, a Twitter friend suggested it to me.

For sure other titles will come… Some links that talk about them:

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/whats-on/film-tv/sherlock-luther-troy-top-bbcs-10113760

http://www.thefuss.co.uk/new-tv-shows-not-to-miss-this-october/

https://twitter.com/BBCFirstAus/status/649850075544289280

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06h7j15

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I still have hope that they save Our Zoo, The Crimson Field and In The Flesh but it’s too late, I fear…

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Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change.

Husbands & Sons interweaves three of D H Lawrence’s greatest dramas, and plays them simultaneously.

Banned by the censors in 1907, Harley Granville Barker’s controversial masterpiece exposes a cut-throat, cynical world of sex, sleaze and suicide.

A reunion at the almost legendary club, The Talk House. The world premiere of a new play by Wallace Shawn

A short play about death by Caryl Churchill.

Ivan Turgenev’s A Month in the Country, presented here in a new version by Patrick Marber

Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Country’s Good celebrates the redemptive power of art. Travelex £15 Tickets.

People, Places and Things is the latest collaboration between Headlong and the National, following the acclaimed Earthquakes in London and The Effect.

This acclaimed re-imagining of Brontë’s masterpiece was first staged by Bristol Old Vic, now presented as a single performance.

A brand new musical inspired by Lewis Carroll’s iconic Alice in Wonderland, by Damon Albarn and Moira Buffini

Chiwetel Ejiofor is Everyman: successful, popular and riding high when Death comes calling. With words by Carol Ann Duffy. Travelex £15 Tickets.

A wild comedy of love and cash by George Farquhar. Travelex £15 Tickets.

Passion. Loyalty. Salvation. A new play by Patrick Marber, writer of Closer and Dealer’s Choice.

Stephen Adly Guirgis’ whip-smart look at love and addiction finds light even in the darkest corners of New York City

A fast-paced and energetic re-telling of Shakespeare’s hilarious and moving farce, suitable for 8 – 12yrs.

Jon Klassen’s brilliant, witty book has fast become a modern children’s classic and now comes to the stage.

Islington Community Theatre investigate the workings of the adolescent brain.

A sinister and surreal thriller from Alistair McDowall, directed by Ned Bennett.