Show of the week


Show of the week: Embezzlement

This remarkable seven-part crime thriller is from the producers of Netflix hit Fauda and is set to premiere in Israel next year. It tells the true story of Eti Alon, an employee at a family-owned bank who embezzled its clients’ savings and the bank’s entire capital to save her brother from his gambling debts. The […]

Show of the Week: The Weekly: Special Edition

This new, premium eight-part documentary collection is the latest production from the team behind the Emmy award-winning 30-minute series The Weekly, which saw journalists at The New York Times collaborate with US producers Left/Right, a Red Arrow Studios company, to shine a light on some of those big signature stories that no-one else is telling. […]

Show of the Week: Wynonna Earp

Wynonna Earp is that rather unique combination of Western and sci-fi, but this gun-slinging drama has also established itself as a show that offers a diverse range of characters like few others. Based on the IDW comic created by Beau Smith, Wynonna Earp was developed for TV by showrunner Emily Andras and tracks the life […]

Show of the week: Trickster

“Trickster stands out because it takes folk horror and the supernatural coming-of-age story and refocuses them through a distinctly Indigenous lens,” says Jennifer Kawaja of this Canadian series that is based on Eden Robinson’s unique novels, Son Of A Trickster. They form the inspiration for co-creator and director Michelle Latimer, who exec produces with Kawaja […]

Show of the week: Me And My Penis

Don’t be mistaken by its title, because this special is in no way a flippant 47-minutes of television. Instead, it dives into a subject area that has been remarkably unexplored on TV to date, resulting in a fascinating exploration of men and their reproductive organ. The show is from the award-winning producers of 100 Vaginas […]

Show of the week: How To Become Superhuman

  Reality-driven adventure formats have become hugely popular over recent years and this latest Danish addition is looking to tackle new heights. How To Become Superhuman first emerged from Snowman Productions earlier this year for Discovery Network Denmark and featured international tennis star Caroline Wozniacki, her husband, former NBA champion David Lee, and her family as […]

Show of the Week: Rise Of Empires: Ottoman

This six-part docudrama explores one of the most famous eras of the Ottoman Empire, chronicling the life of Mehmed II as he rises from being a 13-year-old child sultan to become the victor in a history-defining confrontation. The 6 x 60-minute series is set in the 15th Century and combines visual effects with the insights of leading […]

Show of the week: Good Singers

Global Agency’s Good Singers format is a talent show like no other – the trick is simply to look the part. The format recently debuted on France’s TF1 and is based on Is That Really Your Voice?, which requires two teams to guess the most talented singers to win money for charity. TF1’s version is hosted by TV […]

Show of the Week: Tell Me Who I Am

With a globe-trotting story spanning from the 1930s to the 1990s and action taking place in Madrid, Moscow, London, Buenos Aires, Rome, Paris and Berlin, across the decades, it isn’t hard to see how this new adaptation of Julia Navarro’s 2010 best-seller Dime Quién Soy (aka Tell Me Who I Am), would have far-reaching appeal.  […]

Show of the Week: The Married Game

This unique format, which has already sold across Europe and North America, combines dating and cooking – but with the added twist of requiring partners to encourage their other halves to flirt. The show follows four men – three married and one single – as they take a savvy bachelorette out on dinner dates and […]

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