Operation Vacation: (Non-fiction, 15x30 min.) Every episode introduces a new family or group of friends who have come together to nominate a deserving person in their midst to receive a dream getaway.
The Fuzz: (Multiplatform comedy, 5x30 min.) In a world where humans and puppets coexist, puppet cop Herbie and his human partner Sanchez investigate a string of violent, drug-related crimes to catch the criminal puppet behind them.
Freddy: (Drama, 4x60 min. HD) Business genius, playboy, jealous lover, father and bon vivant—the legendary Dutchman Freddy Heineken proves to be a remarkably complex man in Freddy, based on historical events.
Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn: (Sci-fi, 1x90 min./5-part series) Based on the best-selling Xbox franchise, brings a brand-new Halo story to life on a scale never before seen, delivering an exciting story of heroism and sacrifice.
City Slacker: (Romantic comedy, 1x85 min. HD) Amanda, a high-flying city executive used to having it all, finds herself in a race against her biological clock and discovers that in life and love, things don’t always go to plan.
Gangsters: Faces of the Underworld: (Non-fiction, 6x60 min.) Presented by best-selling author Bernard O’Mahoney, Gangsters: Faces of the Underworld introduces the villains, gangsters or ‘faces’—as they prefer to be known—who have made headlines over the past 50 years for all the wrong reasons.
Run: (TV movie, 1x95 min.) Fast-paced crime thriller centering on street smart Daniel, who utilizes "Parcours" to commit crimes as he and his father move nomadically from city to city.
The Fall: (Drama, 5x60 min. & 3x90 min. HD) Starring Emmy- and Golden Globe Award-winner Gillian Anderson (The X-Files), the series forensically examines the lives of a serial killer and the detective superintendent brought in to catch him.
The Bletchley Circle: (Drama, 3x60 min. HD) With an extraordinary flair for code breaking and razor-sharp intelligence skills, four seemingly ordinary women become the unlikely investigators of a string of grisly murders, set against the backdrop of post-war London.
The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards: (Awards show, 1x180 min.) A spectacular evening of glamour and star-studded talent, attracting millions of viewers from around the globe.
Complicit : (TV movie, 1x90 min.) Written by writer Guy Hibbert (Blood and Oil, Five Minutes of Heaven), a tense and compelling drama starring David Oyelowo (Lincoln, Jack Reacher) as an MI5 officer who is desperate to foil another 7/7 style atrocity.
Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God: (Doc., 1x90 min.) Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney investigates the secret crimes of a priest who abused over 200 deaf children in a school under his control. The film shows the face of evil that lurks behind the smiles and denials of authority figures and institutions who believe that because they stand for good they can do no wrong.
The Royals: (Doc., 6x60 min.) Looks at all facets of the life of a Royal. Royal Babies, Royal Weddings, Royal Scandals, Royal Pets, Young Royals and Royal Funerals provide the definitive peek into the fascinating world inhabited by these beloved monarchs
The Indian Doctor: (Drama, 10x60 min.) Award-winning BBC One drama is a warm and humorous “fish out of water” story of a high flying doctor who moves to the U.K. with ambitions to work in a top London surgery, only to find himself assigned to a practice in a small Welsh village. Season 3 coming soon.
The Last Gladiators: (Doc., 1x95 min.) Alex Gibney (Taxi To The Dark Side) explores the career of Chris “Knuckles” Nilan and takes an unprecedented look at the National Hockey League’s most feared enforcers.
Larry King Now: (Talk show) In each episode Larry King talks to the most interesting people from politics, sports, entertainment and pop culture, exploring the compelling topics, issues and stories of the day.
Playdate: (Multiplatform comedy, 4x30 min./13x6 min./1x90 min. HD) In the dog-eat-dog world of preschool, playdates, and playgrounds, Amy struggles to play nice with Grace, her next-door neighbour-turned-nemesis, and must uncover her as the cruel, manipulative woman she is.
The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2013: (Awards, 1x120 min. HD & preshow) The BAFTA Film Awards is the U.K.’s most prestigious film event honouring performance and production expertise both on and behind the screen.
The Scapegoat: (Drama, 1x120 min. HD) Starring Matthew Rhys (Brothers & Sisters) this lavish adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s renowned novel tells the provocative story of two very different men who have one thing in common: a face.
The Booth at the End Season 2: (Multiplatform drama, 5x30 min./54 shorts/10x10 min. HD) The mysterious Man who sits in a booth at the end of the Cadillac Jacks diner is back, granting you any wish, always for something in return. But this time, The Man has a wish of his own and will have to pay the price for it.
Rugged Wales: (Doc., 2x60 min. HD) Wildlife expert Iolo Williams takes a fascinating tour through Rugged Wales in this new natural-history series, exploring diverse terrain that has been shaped, enjoyed and exploited by both nature and man for centuries.
Collider: (Multiplatform sci-fi, 1x80 min./4x30 min./8x12 min.) A scientific experiment gone wrong. Mankind is on the verge of extinction and the world itself faces its darkest hour. Peter, Alisha, Carlos, Fiona, Luke and Lucia wake up in an abandoned hotel in 2018. Together they will try to uncover what triggered the beginning of the apocalypse and try to reverse the wormhole before all is lost.
The Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2013: (Awards, 1x120 min. HD) Honouring the finest in cinematic achievement.
Beat Girl: (Multiplatform drama, 12x8 min./1x90 min./6x22 min.) When Heather’s mother dies, changing her life forever, she becomes determined to continue her mother’s legacy by pursuing her love of both DJing and classical music.
Serangoon Road: (Drama, 10x60 min.) Action drama series set against the turbulent backdrop of 1960’s Singapore, a port city at a crossroads of violence, politics and crime. When her husband is mysteriously killed, Patricia Cheng enlists the services of enigmatic Australian Sam Callaghan to help her run the Cheng Detective Agency.
The Great Train Robbery: (Drama, 2x90 min.) On August 8, 1963 Britain awakens to the news of the biggest robbery in the country’s history. The hijacking of a train leaves the country stunned and wanting to know who did it—and how they managed to pull off such an audacious raid.
Still Life: A Three Pines Mystery: (TV movie, 1x90 min.) Chief Inspector Armand Gamache and his team of officers are confronted by the bizarre murder of Three Pines’ favorite schoolteacher.
The Bigger Picture: (Nonfiction, 1x60 min.) Utilizes CGI recreations and world-famous experts in a wide variety of fields to probe the questions we’ve been pondering all our lives. Did human beings come from outer space? Is there life on other planets? All will be revealed…
Stepping High: (TV movie, 1x95 min.) When Sima is unable to realize her dream of becoming a professional dancer, she is forced to take a job as a dance teacher at a conservative high school. With the aid of a group of talented students, her passion for dance is reignited, much to the dismay of the parents and teachers.
Feels So Good: (Multiplatform comedy, multiple durations) Allan is a high school loser and has a major problem: he’s a virgin with no game. But when ladies’ man and constant partier Zack moves in next door, Allan is forced to learn how to man up and go after what he wants, but does he have what it takes?
Indian Doctor Season 3: (Drama, 5x60 min.; total 15x60 min.) Award-winning BBC One drama is a “fish out of water” story of a high-flying doctor who moves to the U.K. with ambitions to work in a top London surgery, only to find himself assigned to a practice in a small Welsh village.
The Temp Agency: (Multiplatform thriller, multiple durations) A secret agency deploys highly trained “temps” to bring down companies from the inside.
19-2: (Drama, 10x60 min.) Follows the lives of patrol officers Ben Chartier and Nick Barron who, newly partnered, must attempt to put their differences aside as their lives intertwine, both professionally and personally, in Montreal’s 19th precinct.
Field Punishment No. 1: (Drama feature, 1x90 min.) The story of New Zealand’s first conscientious objectors who were arrested for their stance against the First World War and, subsequently, secretly shipped off to Europe, where they endured two years of suffering inside brutal punishment camps.
Journey to Le Mans: (Doc., 1x60 min./1x90 min.) Narrated by Sir Patrick Stewart, a documentary about British privateer team Jota Sport and their quest to succeed in the world’s oldest endurance race, the 24 hours of Le Mans.
Aluna: (Doc., 1x90 min.) In 1990, a documentary brought attention to the Kogi of Colombia, who were determined to caution us about environmental damage to the earth. Two decades later, the next generation of Kogi are reaching out to the world once more with a much more specific warning about the future of the planet.
The Unbelievers: (Doc., 1x76 min.) Follows scientists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss across the globe as they speak publicly about the importance of science and reason in the modern world. Blasphemous to some, heroic to others, the weight of their message is impossible to ignore.
Line of Duty, Season 2: (Drama, 6x60 min., total 11x60 min.) Takes a probing look at modern policing and corruption within the force.
The Bletchley Circle, Season 2: (Drama, 4x60 min., total 7x60 min.) With an extraordinary flair for code breaking and razor-sharp intelligence skills, four seemingly ordinary women must reunite in season two to help establish the innocence of one of their own and to expose a dangerous family of criminals.
BAFTA Collection: A Life in Pictures: (Ent., 19x30 min.) New episodes for 2014 include Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson, Joss Whedon, Jim Broadbent and Ron Howard.