NEW SERIES ON TELEVISION
The Case Against Adnan Syed (Sky Atlantic) - Series begins on Monday 1 April
Exploring the murder of 18-year-old high school student Hae Min Lee, and what led to the conviction of her ex-boyfriend Adnan Syed. The show particularly questions if there was a rush to justice - due to unanswered questions.
You will see Syed's current situation, where he is awaiting a new trial. Get exclusive access to his defence team, family and friends.
Originally aired on HBO in America - viewers will also see the events leading to Hae's original disappearance - which starts from romance and spirals to forbidden love and cultural conflict.
The Widow (ITV) - Series begins on Monday 8 April
Georgia Wells is a widow of Will Mason, who died in a plane crash three years ago. Her life changes one day, when she happens to spot Will in the background of a TV news report about the Congo.
She sets of in pursuit of Will, whilst her closest friend searches for answers elsewhere. Her journey will lead her to a volatile region - where she will meet an array of characters.
Meanwhile in Rotterdam, a blind Icelandic man applied for a medical trial in the hope that his sight can be restored. The man is keeping a secret, that links him to Georgia's husband.
Thriller starring Kate Beckinsale, Matt Le Nevez, Jacky Ido
Ms Fisher's Modern Murder Mysteries (Alibi) - Series begins on Wednesday 10 April
Made in Australia for Channel 7, Ms Fisher's Modern Murder Mysteries is inspired by Kerry Greenwood's mystery books.
In 1964, Ms Fisher's famous Aunt goes missing over the highlands of New Guinea. The reckless Peregine Fisher receives a windfall and must prove herself to become a world class Private Detective.
Directionless and doomed to a series of unsatisfying jobs, fate has hit Fisher's re-set button.
Drama starring Geraldine Hakewill, Joel Jackson, Catherine McClements
SHOWS TO DEBUT ON STREAMING
Our Planet (Netflix) - Streaming from Friday 5 April
Sir David Attenborough returns to narrate a look at our natural world. Our Planet is a combination of stunning photography and technology.
This ambition project has been ongoing for four years, filmed in 50 countries with over 600 members of crew. It takes a look at never-before-filmed wilderness areas and their animal inhabitants.
Documentary starring Sir David Attenborough
Black Summer (Netflix) - Streaming begins on Thursday 11 April
Set in the Z Nation universe, Black Summer is a new series which introduces characters from every walk of life. Jamie is a mother who has been torn from her daughter, and she will not stop until she finds find her.
Embarking on a harrowing journey, she must brave a hostile world and make brutal decisions.
Zombie Apocalypse starring Jaime King, Justin Chu Cary, Kelsey Flower