The Weekly List (14-20 September)

New world dramas

When the Camellia Blooms S1 Netflix 18/09/2019
Criminal S1 Netflix 20/09/2019
The Family Man S1 Amazon 20/09/2019
Vagabond S1 Netflix 20/09/2019

Continuing subtitled dramas

Darkness: Those Who Kill S2 BBC4 Ep. 5 & 6 (of 8)
Arthdal Chronicles S1 Netflix Ep. 15 & 16 (of 18)
False Flag S2 FOX UK Sun Ep. 8 (of 10)
Der Pass S1 Sky Atlantic Wed Ep. 8 (of 8)
Thou Shalt Not Kill S1 More4 Fri Ep. 7 (of 12) (S2 Ep 1)
The Flatey Enigma SS BBC Alba Fri Ep. 3 (of 4)

Other continuing world dramas

Private Eyes S3 Universal Mon Ep. 12 (of 12) 
Harrow S2 Alibi Tue Ep. 10 (of 10) 
X Company S2 History Wed Ep. 3 (of 10)

New world dramas – details

When the Camellia Blooms S1 Netflix 18/09/2019
“Dong-baek is a single mother. When a potential new love enters her life, she finds ways to defy the social stigmas surrounding her”.

Criminal S1 Netflix 20/09/2019
“A cat-and-mouse drama, which focuses on the intense mental conflict between detectives and suspects. Comprising 12 stories set in four different countries, each takes place within the confines of a police interview suite”. The series is actually listed as four separate entries on Netflix with the link above being for the UK episodes. These are the links to the episodes set in France, Germany and Spain. Trailers for each individual series can also be found via the links.

The Family Man S1 Amazon 20/09/2019
“The Family Man is an edgy action-Drama series, which tells the story of a middle-class man who works for a special cell of the National Investigation Agency. While he tries to protect the nation from terrorists, he also has to protect his family from the impact of his secretive, high-pressure, and low paying job”.

Vagabond S1 Netflix 20/09/2019
“When his nephew dies in a plane crash, stunt man Cha Dal-geon resolves to find out what happened, with the help of covert operative Go Hae-ri”.

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

Behemoth (China, 2016) Sun/Mon, Film4
Embrace of the Serpent (Colombia, 2015) Mon/Tue, C4
Summertime (France, 2015) Mon, BBC4
Veteran (Korea, 2015) Thu/Fri, Film4
The Lunchbox (India, 2013) Fri, BBC2

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

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