Having already earned its share of admirers stateside, "Luther" returns to BBC American in what's being billed as a four-night event, but which really isn't. The third installment in this grim cop…
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A week after Bradley Manning's sentencing in the U.S., this slick, smarter-than-usual British courtroom thriller challenges the validity of policies that shield key evidence from public scrutiny.
Canadian helmer Yung Chang delivers another artfully downbeat chronicle of mainland life with "China Heavyweight," an intimate and affecting account of two aspiring boxers from the sticks training…
Ridley Scott's first sci-fier in the three decades since "Blade Runner" remains earthbound in narrative terms, forever hinting at the existence of a higher intelligence without evincing much of its…
BBC America has committed to co-producing and airing the four-episode third season of Idris Elba starrer "Luther" this year.
"Luther" is a gritty British crime drama that puts a troubled detective up against psychotic killers whose sprees are preposterously random yet nevertheless engrossing.
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BBC America will launch six-part crime drama "Whitechapel," in which modern-day killers copycat infamous crimes of the past, beginning Nov. 2.
The six-part series takes what sounds like a tired premise and reinvigorates it.
A nearly incoherent all-stars-on-deck actioner that plays like "Grown Ups" on nitro.
Tale of a cabbie and a good-time girl caught up in a gang war starts out steady but quickly accelerates.
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