Further episodes from ITV's immensely popular, top-of-the-range period drama, centred on the residents and staff of the titular English manor, whose secrets, passions, and conflict continue to simmer away in the midst of the Great War.
Series Four: eight episodes across three discs.
Solid, if at times silly sci-fi mystery series from the pen of Stephen King, which centres on an unexplained 'dome' isolating an entire town from the rest of the world.
As various authorities looking in try to find a way through the dome, residents of the town either band together and turn on one-another…
Complex, high-stakes, aggressively acted legal drama starring Glenn Close as a power-suited litigator tackling a major class action lawsuit.
Pitted against a filthy rich CEO accused of corruption (a slimy Ted Danson), corporate espionage ensues with a young law assistant (Rose Byrne) caught in the middle…
A dark exemplar of the current wave of female-driven crime dramas, with former X-FILES stalwart Gillian Anderson bringing a steely edge to the investigation of a series of unsolved murders in Northern Ireland. Gripping stuff.
Series One: five episodes across two discs.
Stylish, swaggering BBC cop show created by SPOOKS-scriptwriter (and currently Wellington resident) Neil Cross stars THE WIRE's Idris Elba as a dashing detective pitted against a mastermind female serial killer, among other outrageous adversaries. Plenty of cliches and a scarcely plausible plot add to,…
Award-winning comedy series directed by Taika Waititi and starring the brilliant Madeleine Sami, who transforms into five very different characters all living in divergent parts of Auckland's metropolitan sprawl.
Final episodes in the addictive series chronicling the deeds of anti-hero Walter White (Cranston), a high school chemistry teacher who turns to a life of drug-dealing after discovering he has terminal lung cancer.
The Final Season: eight episodes across three discs.