The Weekly List (13-19 July)

New world dramas

Red Rock S3P2 BBC1 15/07/2019
Harrow S2 Alibi 16/07/2019
Rookie Historian Goo Hae-ryung S1 Netflix 17/07/2019
Money Heist (La casa de papel) S3 Netflix 19/07/2019
Typewriter S1 Netflix 19/07/2019

Continuing subtitled dramas

Chief of Staff S1 Netflix Fri (5th) & Sat Ep. 9 & 10 (of 10) 
Designated Survivor: 60 Days S1 Netflix Mon & Tue Ep. 5 & 6 (of 16) 
Gomorrah S4 Sky Atlantic Wed Ep. 9 & 10 (of 12)
Code 37: Sex Crimes S2 More4 (WP) Fri Ep. 10 (of 13)

Other continuing world dramas

Wentworth Prison S7 5Star Sat Ep. 6 (of 12) 
Private Eyes S3 Universal Mon Ep. 3 (of 12)
Departure S1 Universal Wed Ep. 2 (of 6)

New world dramas – details

Red Rock S3P2 BBC1 15/07/2019
Final run of episodes for the Irish crime drama based around a busy Dublin Garda station. which airs on BBC1 during the afternoon.

This is a continuation of series 3 which started on BBC1 last year.

Harrow S2 Alibi 16/07/2019
“Dr Daniel Harrow (Ioan Gruffudd) is no ordinary forensic pathologist – he’s brilliant, unorthodox, a rule-breaker… and a complete failure as a husband and a father. His drive to unearth the truth and solve even the toughest of cases has taken a toll on his personal life, so when a dark secret from his past threatens to be exposed, damaging him even further, Harrow has to use all of his forensic skills to keep it buried forever”.

Rookie Historian Goo Hae-ryung S1 Netflix 17/07/2019
“Free spirit Goo Hae-ryung embarks on a new life as a scholar in the Joseon royal court after hearing about a government post for women historians”.

Money Heist (La casa de papel) S3 Netflix 19/07/2019
The popular Spanish heist drama returns for a third part/series. What will happen now?

Typewriter S1 Netflix 19/07/2019
“Three young friends in Goa plan to search an old villa for ghosts, but when a new family moves in, the home’s buried past resurfaces in chilling ways”.

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

Department Q: The Absent One (Denmark, 2014) Sun/Mon, BBC2
The Golden Dream (Mexico, 2013) Sun/Mon, 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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