There’s nothing quite like a crime show to get your telly teeth stuck into, so we’re bringing you some of our top picks.
We’ve got brilliantly British dramas, a couple of foreign language treats, some American blockbusters and two disturbing true crimes.
Crack the case in this week’s Must List
We reckon Tortured Valley would be a more appropriate name for this show, though the Yorkshire tourism board might not be so keen.
The fans are asking: is this the most under-appreciated series on tv? Well, there's so much tv on, that accolade could go to a number of unappreciated gems, but Money Heist would be high up the list.
Before Breaking Bad, Narcos, and Ozark, there was The Wire – this early noughties series is the kingpin of crime dramas.
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There are few series as universally revered and conversation-sparking as this. And now, over ten years since it first aired, it’s high(senberg) time we revisited Breaking Bad.
People have been going mad for the stories of Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries, and it seems the Beeb want in on the action – they’ve whipped up this whirlwind film, about The Hijacker Who Vanished.
The Bridge opens as a body is found on the Oresund bridge, bang on the border between Sweden and Denmark.
This is Olivia Coleman at her absolute best, partnered with David Tennant in this enthralling crime drama set amidst the dramatic scenery of Britain’s Jurassic coast in Dorset.