NEW SERIES ON TELEVISION
Doing Money (BBC Two) - Series begins on Monday 5 November
Produced by Renegade Pictures, BBC suggest this is a shocking true story about slavery in the United Kingdom.
The 90 minute film follows Ana, a woman who is snatched from a London street in full-view, to be used as a sex slave in brothels.
It will be an intriguing drama which may show the plight of women and girls. Currently an estimated 5,000,000 women and girls around the world are forced into sexual exploitation.
Drama starring Anca Dumitra, Allen Leech, Tom Glynn-Carney
The Heist (Sky One) - Series begins on Friday 9 November
A show concept we have been looking forward to! The Heist is a robbery game-show where the contestants can win £250,000.
The catch? The ten contestants will have to steal the money from a security van, before hiding the sum in safe places - so it can't be found.
They will be tracked by a police team, and if captured - they'll be taken down for a talk with former Met Police detective Sue Hill. Though if the contestants manage to avoid the police, they will keep the cash!
Kidding (Sky Atlantic) - Series begins on Thursday 29 November
We are delighted to see Jim Carrey back on television! It's his first complete TV role for almost two decades. It's directed by Michael Gondry.
The show follows Jeff Pickes, an American icon as children’s TV star Mr Pickles. Though when his family hits a crisis, he finds no puppet can help him cope.
Speaking to Telly Binge, series puppeteer Dan Garza said, "“Jeff is a beloved children’s show host, who comes face to face with his own imploding family life. Our production is filled with delicious imagery spanning unbridled joy to heart-breaking pathos.” Read the full interview here.
Comedy starring Frank Langella, Judy Greer, Cole Allen
SHOWS TO DEBUT ON STREAMING
Homecoming (Amazon Prime) - Streaming begins on Friday 2 November
Heidi is a casework at a facility that helps soldiers returning home from war, when she develops a relationship with war-veteran Walter.
Four years later, we find Heidi in a new life as a small-town waitress. When questioned about leaving the facility, she does not know the answers. What is her real new reality and how did she get there?
Thriller starring Julia Roberts, Sissy Spacek, Bobby Cannavale
Origin (YouTube Premium) - Streaming begins on Wednesday 14 November
10 Episode show Origin is from the producers of both The Crown and Outlander. It also has Harry Potter stars Tom Felton (Malfoy) and Natalia Tena (Nymphadora) included in the cast.
It follows a group of people leaving Earth to start a new life on another planet. They're mysteriously woken up on the journey, and quickly realise a lot of the people aboard are gone - and something is killing those who remain.
Sci-Fi starring Sen Mitsuji, Nora Arnezeder, Fraser James
The Kominsky Method (Netflix) - Streaming begins on Friday 16 November
Created by eight-time Emmy nominee Chuck Lorre, The Kominsky Method is a single-camera comedy.
A once famous star and his longtime agent - Sandy and Norman aim to keep laughing as they navigate their later years in America.
Comedy starring Michael Douglas, Alan Arkin, Nancy Travis
DVD's TO BE RELEASED THIS MONTH
Black Earth Rising (aired on BBC Two) - DVD arrives on Monday 5 November
A six-part drama which is from writer Hugo Blick (BAFTA winner with The Shadow Line).
The story follows Kate, who was rescued as a child during the mass slaughter of the Tutsi. Her adoptive mother is a prosecutor in interntional criminal law. Though when Eve prosecutes an African militia leader, the story takes an unexpected turn for everyone involved.
Drama starring Michaela Coel, Harriet Walter, John Goodman
Strangers (aired on ITV1) - DVD arrives on Monday 19 November
Arriving from the production company founded by The Missing creators Harry Williams and Jack Williams.
Professor Jonah Mulray's life comes crashing down, after his wife is killed in a car crash. His wife lived in Hong Kong for six months, but Jonah never visited because of his fear of flying - but now he must travel to identify her body and discover a shocking truth.
Drama starring John Simm, Dervla Kirwan, Emilia Fox
Sharp Objects (aired on Sky Atlantic) - DVD arrives on Monday 26 October
Based on Gillian Flynn's debut novel - Sharp Objects sees journalist Camille sent to cover a murder in her hometown. Soon she finds the shocking truth of a number of young girls, who have been strangled and had teeth removed.
What we said, "Adams has a chance to return to a similar tone of that of Nocturnal Animals. She thrives in this genre, getting to show off her acting chops and ability to draw in an audience," - Read the Telly Binge review.
Thriller starring Amy Adams, Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina