TV SERIES TO WATCH IN MAY 2018 (UK)

Looking for a new television show to watch in May 2018? Here's our four top TV picks.

 

Siren (Syfy) Series begins on Thursday 3 May

This looks intriguing! It first aired in America on Freeform, drawing the American networks' highest ratings in over two years.

A legend says that Bristol Cove is the home to mermaids, but soon a mysterious girl proves it true. Soon the area is turned upside down, with havoc spreading across the town.

Ben and Maddie must work out why this woman has came out of the ocean. And are there anymore mermaids on the horizon, or is it just a random incident?

Fantasy-Drama starring Alex Roe, Eline Powell, Rena Owen

SIREN SYFY

Tabula Rasa (Channel 4) Series begins on Sunday 6 May

All the way from Belgium's Een TV.

A woman (Mie) suffering with amnesia is locked up in a psychiatric hospital. Though she is soon playing a key role in an investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Thomas Spectre.

Spectre was last seen with Mie, and is now a prime suspect. She now needs to reconstruct her lost memories and work out what happened. Can she work out what memories are real, and which are fake?

Thriller starring Veerle Baetens, Gene Bervoets, Stijn Van Opstal

Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic) - Series begins on Sunday 13 May

Based on the novels by Edward St. Aubyn.

Patrick is from a traumatic yet privileged childhood in the Southern France. Melrose is a playboy, who has struggled to overcome the problems caused by an abusive father and mother.

The series will follows him as he goes through substance abuse and eventually recovery.

Drama starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Holliday Grainger, Jessica Raine.

PATRICK MELROSE SKY ATLANTIC

Bulletproof (Sky One) Series begins on Tuesday 15 May

A show from the UK and is produced by Vertigo Films (the makers of The Football Factory, Monsters and The Sweeney)

Bishop and Pike are best friends, who have an unbreakable bond. Bulletproof will see the duo put to the test, as conspiracies and ghosts from the past arrive.

Both are very different. Pike is always trying to live up to high expectations set by his father, the first black Police Commissioner. Bishop struggled to find a parent to look-up-to, being constantly passed around foster homes in his youth.

Crime-Drama starring Noel Clarke, Ashley Walters, Jason Maza

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