Every episode of the Danish war drama written and directed by Ole Bornedal which follows the plight of two brothers, Peter and Laust Jensen (Jens Sætter-Lassen and Jakob Oftebro), as they volunteer to fight for the Danish army against the Kingdom of Prussia and the Austrian Empire during the Second Schleswig War of 1864. £14.99Buy Now1864
All ten episodes of the Italian political drama following six people whose lives are changed dramatically in the wake of the 'Clean Hands' investigation into political corruption in Italy. With the arrest of Socialist politician Mario Chiesa (Valerio Binasco) comes a restructuring of the country's political landscape - an operation which affects people at every level of society. £15.99Buy Now1992
US crime series responsible for launching the career of Johnny Depp. Depp stars as Tom Hanson, a rookie cop assigned to the Jump Street unit, an elite division of the police force which specialises in undercover infiltration of high schools, in order to tackle teenage crime. Episodes featured are 'Pilot', 'America What a Town', 'Don't Pet the Teacher', 'My Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades', 'The Worst Night of Your Life', 'Gotta Finish the Riff', 'Bad Influence', 'Blindsided', 'Next Generation', 'Low and Away', '16 Blown to 35' and 'Mean Streets and Pastel Houses'. £6.99Buy Now21 Jump Street: The Complete First Season
The complete first series of the real-time suspense drama series that takes place hour-by-hour over the course of one day. Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), an agent for the CIA's Counter Terrorist Unti (CTU), is trying to prevent the assassination of frontrunning Democrat candidate Senator David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert), after the CTU receives a death threat against him. However, a traitor amongst Jack's colleagues manages to hamper his progress, and Jack finds that he has been framed for the assassination himself. He flees the CIA agents on his tail in a desperate attempt to find the real perpetrators, led by Ira Gaines (Michael Massee). Injured, and armed with nothing except his mobile phone and the help of trusted colleague Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), Jack's situation becomes increasingly precarious. Meanwhile, his teenage daughter Kim (Elisha Cuthbert) has gone missing after sneaking out of the house with her friend Janet (Jacqui Maxwell), and Jack's ex-wife Terri (Leslie Hope) unwittingly puts herself in grave danger when she goes looking for her. £7.99Buy Now24: Season 1
The complete second series of the real-time espionage drama. A year after he prevented the assassination of presidential candidate Senator David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) and suffered the death of his wife, CTU agent Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) is called upon to find a terrorist nuclear bomb in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Jack's daughter Kim (Elisha Cuthbert), who has been working as an au pair, is forced to go on the run from her abusive employer after he attacks her and the little girl, Megan (Skye McCole Bartusiak), that she is looking after. But when she takes Megan to the hospital, Kim is arrested for abusing the child. As in the first series, the action takes place over 24 hours, with each episode representing one hour of actual time. £7.49
The complete sixth season of the real-time drama series. 18 months after Day 5, the U.S. President has negotiated Jack's release from a Chinese prison so that Jack can help stop terrorists attempting to set off 'suitcase nukes' in U.S. cities. Unfortunately time is not on his side, and an explosion rocks LA. As well as trying to catch the terrorists, Jack is having problems with his family, which appears to be becoming involved with right wing patriots. Elsewhere, Jack's Chinese abductors inform him that they have Audrey Raines (Kim Raver) in custody and will only exchange her for classified Russian intelligence. When Russia gets wind of the situation, relations between the two superpowers head for meltdown. £7.99Buy Now24: Season 6
The complete seventh season of the real-time suspense drama series. The season begins with Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) being forced to stand trial for human rights violations after returning from Africa - but he is soon drafted back into action when terrorists threaten America's national security by taking control of its communication systems. As Bauer sets out to uncover who is behind the menacing plot, he discovers that an old friend, whom he believed to be dead, could be involved.
All 24 episodes from the final season of the real-time suspense drama. As Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) races against time to head off an assassination attempt on the president of a Middle Eastern state, CTU learns of a potentially catastrophic threat from foreign terrorists intent on holding New York to ransom. £8.99Buy Now24: Season 8 - The Final Season
All 24 episodes from the final season of the real-time suspense drama. As Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) races against time to head off an assassination attempt on the president of a Middle Eastern state, CTU learns of a potentially catastrophic threat from foreign terrorists intent on holding New York to ransom. £17.99
The complete nine seasons, plus the made-for-television thriller 'Redemption', of the award-winning real-time suspense drama starring Kiefer Sutherland as counter-terrorist agent Jack Bauer. Each season covers a 24-hour period in Bauer's life as he works with the United States government to fight a series of threats to national security.
Swedish drama series following a number of Swedes as they leave their homes behind and up sticks to Thailand for the winter. Thailand has long been a favoured destination for Scandinavians and a chance to escape their own winters - but for some it's more than that. For Kajsa (Maria Lundqvist), Sara (Rebecka Hemse) and Joy (Hanna Ardhén) it's about gaining a fresh start and a chance to do things differently...
An old soldier re-opens the past when he returns to the battlefield. Written by Roy Clarke, the story focusses on two WWII veterans who return to the scene of their battles, intent on visiting the grave of a fallen comrade. But with their visit, they re-open many old wounds from the past, re-igniting the tragedy of war.
TV drama starring Billie Piper as a woman whose passion overpowers her pragmatism and sees her embark on an affair with her neighbour. Set in both the 1950s and 1980s, the drama follows the affair itself and its legacy. In the 1950s, Betty (Piper), married with children, puts aside a life of duty and self-containment and embarks on a passionate affair with her Polish neighbour, Alex (Theo James). In the 1980s, with Alex dead and the affair supposedly undiscovered, an older Betty (Sue Johnston) is busy organising her son (Andrew Lee Potts)'s wedding. But can something as passionate and life-defining as her affair with Alex remain buried forever?
Every episode from the BAFTA award-winning ITV police drama series starring David Jason as Detective Inspector Jack Frost. Episodes comprise: 'Care and Protection', 'Not With Kindness', 'Conclusions', 'A Minority of One', 'Widows and Orphans', 'Nothing to Hide', 'Stranger in the House', 'Appropriate Adults', 'Quarry', 'Dead Male One', 'No Refuge', 'Paying the Price', 'Unknown Soldiers', 'The Things We Do for Love', 'Fun Times for Swingers', 'Deep Waters', 'Penny for the Guy', 'House Calls', 'True Confessions', 'No Other Love', 'Appendix Man', 'One Man's Meat', 'Private Lives', 'Keys to the Car', 'Line of Fire - Part One', 'Line of Fire - Part Two', 'Benefit of the Doubt - Part One', 'Benefit of the Doubt - Part Two', 'Mistaken Identity - Part One', 'Mistaken Identity - Part Two', 'Hidden Truth', 'Close Encounters', 'Held in Trust', 'Another Life', 'Dancing in the Dark', 'Near Death Experience', 'Endangered Species', 'Mind Games', 'Dead End', 'In the Public Interest', 'If Dogs Run Free - Part One' and 'If Dogs Run Free - Part Two'. £49.99
Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe star in this darkly comic four-part drama, following the life of a young provincial doctor in pre-revolutionary Russia. Based on the semi-autobiographical memoirs of Russian writer and playwright Mikhail Bulgakov, the series recalls the experiences of a post-WWII doctor, Vladimir Bomgard (Hamm), as he looks back to the time when he worked in the village of Muryovo in 1917. As he confronts long-held doubts about his own competence and ability during this time, Vladimir revisits his former life and offers sarcastic nuggets of wisdom to his younger self (Radcliffe). £7.99Buy NowA Young Doctor's Notebook
All twelve episodes of the miniseries sequel to 'The Bible' (2013). Beginning with the crucifiction of Jesus Christ (Juan Pablo Di Pace), the series follows the impact that his death has on his disciples and shows how they struggle to carry on their leader's work. The episodes are: 'The Tomb Is Open', 'The Body Is Gone', 'The Spirit Arrives', 'The Wrath', 'The First Martyr', 'The Persecution', 'The Visit', 'The Road to Damascus', 'Saul's Return', 'Brothers in Arms', 'Rise Up' and 'The Abomination'. £12.59Buy NowA.D. Kingdom and Empire
All six episodes from the first series of the anthology, written by Jimmy McGovern, that follows various characters as they await a verdict on their trial and reflect on how they came to be accused. Each of the episodes follows a different central character, with Willy Houlihan (Christopher Eccleston), Frankie Nash (Benjamin Smith), Helen Ryland (Juliet Stevenson), Liam Black (Andy Serkis), Kenny Armstrong (Marc Warren) and Alison Wade (Naomie Harris), in the dock. Peter Capaldi also appears. The episodes are: 'Willy's Story', 'Frankie's Story', 'Helen's Story', 'Liam's Story', 'Kenny's Story' and 'Alison's Story'.
All four episodes from the second series of the anthology, written by Jimmy McGovern, that follows various characters as they await a verdict on their trial and reflect on how they came to be accused. Each of the episodes follows a different central character, with Olivia Colman, Sean Bean, Sheridan Smith, Anne-Marie Duff, Anna Maxwell Martin and Stephen Graham among the actors to step into the dock. The episodes are: 'Tracie's Story', 'Mo and Sue's Story', 'Stephen's Story' and 'Tina's Story'.
True story of a severely autistic child and his parents' struggles to cope with his affliction. Kyle (Andrew Byrne) was born with severe autism and, as his mother Nicola (Keely Hawes) determinedly throws her life into caring for his needs, a rift appears between her and Rob, (Ben Miles) her husband. Nicola only has her parents, Pat and Jim to rely on in her efforts to reach through the thick fog of autism into Kyle's heart, as they are also absolutely doted on Kyle and his wellbeing. When the family gets a Labrador pup, Thomas, there are signs that his innocent, pure canine heart might be reaching out to Kyle in ways that even the greatest human love cannot achieve. When Grandma Pat passes away, the family must solidify to overcome their grief but when Thomas becomes ill and looks like following Pat, Kyle's progress is threatened.
All five feature-length episodes from the 13th and final series of the drama starring David Suchet as moustache-twirling Belgian detecive Hercule Poirot. The episodes, adapted from Agatha Christie's novels, comprise: 'Elephants Can Remember', 'The Big Four', 'Dead Man's Folly', 'The Labours of Hercules' and 'Curtain - Poirot's Last Case'. The series features appearances from stars such as Iain Glen, Patricia Hodge, Sarah Parish, Rebecca Front, Simon Callow and Philip Glenister. £19.99