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


S.W.A.T (Sky One) Series begins on Sunday 8 July

Launched in America, Sky One won rights to broadcast S.W.A.T. on UK television. Based on the 1975 show of the same name, it is made by the team behind The Shield and Timeless.

What happens when a white cop accidentally shoots a black teen? Daniel ‘Hondo’ Harrelson is promoted to try and calm things down, but it is a difficult task.

Expect division between police and civilians - can Hando sort it out?

Drama starring Shemar Moore, Stephanie Sigman and Alex Russell


Keeping Faith (BBC One) Series begins on Thursday 12 July

The most popular show in Wales for over 25 years is to debut in the UK. It was also the most downloaded non-network show on iPlayer - so there's no suprise to see it dropping on BBC One.

Keeping Faith follows a long list of Welsh series to appear on the BBC - including Gavin & Stacey, Hinterland and Torchwood.

A new mother and solicitor is shocked when her husband bizarrely disappears. She now will fight to find the truth behind his sudden disappearance, finding out some dark secrets that threaten her family.

Thriller starring Eve Myles, Hannah Daniel and Matthew Gravelle

Harrow (Alibi) - Series begins on Tuesday 17 July

Originating from Australian channel ABC, Harrow is set to premier in the UK.

It follows Dr Harrow, an unusual forensic pathologist - who doesn't play by the rules and is very unconventional.

Though his drive to solve cases has taken a big toll on his personal life. So when a dark secret from his past is on the verge of being exposed, Harrow has to use his skills to keep it hidden forever.

Drama starring Ioan Gruffudd, Mirrah Foulkes and Remy Hii


Knightfall (History) Series begins on Tuesday 17 July 

After appearing on History US in December, it finally drops on the UK channel this month.

The show takes a detailed look into the Knights Templar, a secretive order who used to be the best warriors in the world.

Knightfall will tell the story of brotherhood, faith and loyalty. We will also learn the dark events that would forever mark the date Friday the 13th into people's minds.

Historical fiction starring Tom Cullen, Jim Carter and Padraic Delaney

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