The Weekly List (29 June-5 July)

New world dramas

Designated Survivor: 60 Days S1 Netflix 01/07/2019
Private Eyes S3 Universal 01/07/2019
Bangkok Love Stories: Objects of Affection S1 Netflix 02/07/2019
Bangkok Love Stories: Plead S1 Netflix 02/07/2019
The Score (Spitsbroers) S1&2 Walter P 05/07/2019

Continuing subtitled dramas

Chief of Staff S1 Netflix Fri (21st) & Sat Ep. 5 & 6 (of 10) 
Arthdal Chronicles S1 Netflix Sat & Sun Ep. 9 & 10 (of 18)
Gomorrah S4 Sky Atlantic Wed Ep. 5 & 6 (of 12)
One Spring Night S1 Netflix Wed & Thu Ep. 13 & 14 (of 16)
Code 37: Sex Crimes S2 More4 (WP) Fri Ep. 8 (of 13)

Other continuing world dramas

Wentworth Prison S7 5Star Sat Ep. 4 (of 12)

New world dramas – details

Designated Survivor: 60 Days S1 Netflix 01/07/2019
“When the National Assembly suffers a catastrophic attack, Minister of Environment Park Mu-jin must find a way to lead Korea through the ensuing chaos”.

Private Eyes S3 Universal 01/07/2019
“Former professional hockey player Matt Shade partners with private eye Angie Everett to solve crimes around Toronto”.

Bangkok Love Stories: Objects of Affection S1 Netflix 02/07/2019
“A kind computer repairman falls for a street-smart graffiti artist whose multiple personality disorder worsens after she witnesses a double murder”. Trailer via the Netflix link above.

Bangkok Love Stories: Plead S1 Netflix 02/07/2019
“In Bangkok’s Chinatown, a spirited digital marketing expert falls for a blind fortune-teller, but their love is predestined to end in disaster”. Trailer via the Netflix link above.

The Score (Spitsbroers) S1&2 Walter P 05/07/2019
“Brothers Alan and Dennis share the same dream of becoming a professional soccer player. Their close relationship is tested when Dennis is selected to join a premier league team and Alan is left sitting on the bench. As Alan struggles to ‘grow up’, Dennis life appears exciting and glamorous – but looks can be deceiving. Can their love for each other endure the challenges they are about to face?”.  Both seasons of the Belgian soccer drama are being released at the same time. There’s a trailer (no subtitles) available on Vimeo.

Subtitled film list (BBC4, Channel 4 & Film 4)

Raw (France, 2017) Sat, Film4
The Great Beauty (Italy, 2013) Tue/Wed, Film4

We have a facebook discussion group specifically for films where you can discuss these films as well as any others you may have seen recently or just favourites you want to recommend to other fans.

For details of the new British and US shows starting this week see here.

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