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25/02/2019 A Place to Call Home Series Six and The Complete Collection Boxset
25/03/2019 Next of Kin
01/04/2019 Baptiste Series One
01/04/2019 Traitors Series 1
01/04/2019 Babylon Berlin Series One & Two
05/06/2019 George A Romero's Dawn of the Dead and Martin

The Missing spin-off stars Tcheky Karyo as TV's favourite detective Baptiste, coming to DVD on 1 April

ONE OF TVs best loved French detectives Julien Baptiste, played by the inimitable Tcheky Karyo, made a massive impact in the hugely successful drama The Missing Series 1 & 2 and now he's set to return to our screens with his very own show, Baptiste. This gripping six-part crime drama is set for its DVD release on 1 April 2019 courtesy of Acorn Media International following its run on BBC One.

From Harry and Jack Williams, the respected writers of the acclaimed The Missing comes Baptiste, a thrilling new drama starring Karyo (The Patriot, La Femme Nikita) as the insightful, but stubborn eponymous investigator.

When Julien and his wife move to Amsterdam, his ex-girlfriend who happens to be the Chief of Police seeks out his help due to his questioning and persistent approach to crime solving. Baptiste becomes heavily embroiled in a case that peels back the layers of atrocity in the trade of sex and drugs and exposes the vile depths of human behaviour. Delving deep into the criminal underworld, he soon uncovers a complex web of deceit and lies. Can he uncover the dark secrets hidden amongst the beautiful streets, canals and houses of the city?

With excitement building already for the welcome return of our favourite detective, alongside a stellar cast including Tom Hollander (The Night Manager, Rev) and Jessica Raine (Patrick Melrose, Call the Midwife), Baptiste is set to become the show everyone is talking about.

'Utterly prepared for any number of twists and'll be irresistibly returning to find out what happens week after week'

Mail on Sunday

'Gripping...Harry and Jack Williams back at the top of their game...Quality'

The Observer

As seen on Channel 4, Keeley Hawes and Michael Stuhlbarg star in Traitors, coming to DVD and digital on 1 April

RETURNING TO TV screens following runaway hit Bodyguard, Keeley Hawes stars in the highly anticipated spy thriller Traitors, which after its run on Channel 4, arrives on DVD and on digital to download and keep from iTunes, Amazon Prime Video and Google Play courtesy of Acorn Media International. Set in 1945, this epic drama follows an intern, played by Emma Appleton, turned double agent in a dark and dangerous new world.

Created and written by Boardwalk Empire scribe Bash Doran in her first original commission for British TV, and starring a stellar line-up including Luke Treadaway (Ordeal by Innocence, Fortitude) Stephen Campbell Moore (The Last Post, The Child in Time) and Matt Lauria (Kingdom, Parenthood), this enthralling series begins after the Second World War as Britain, America and Russia are all vying for a new world order.

This coming of age female spy story follows Feef Symonds (Appleton - Clique, Grantchester), a gutsy, determined, but naive 21-year-old, struggling to define herself in a bewilderingly fast-changing world. When she accepts a position with the British Civil Service alongside the formidable and forward-thinking Priscilla (Hawes - Line of Duty, The Missing), she hopes to finally utilise her spy training picked up during the war. But her allegiances are about to be called in to question.

In the aftermath of a shock election win by the Labour Party lead by Clement Attlee, there is unrest across the water and an American agent, Rowe (Michael Stuhlbarg - The Shape of Water, The Post), targets Feef to spy on her own country. Accepting the challenge, she is about to discover a shocking secret that could put her life in grave danger...has she made a terrible mistake?

'A proper grown-up thriller filled with politics, suspense, good music and...the odd bit of leavening humour'

Den of Geek

'Intrigues...a fascinating premise'

The Telegraph Online

As seen on Sky Atlantic, Germany's most expensive TV production 'Babylon Berlin Series One & Two' arrives on Digital 1 March and DVD 1 April

THE CRITICALLY acclaimed, multi award winning hit German period drama 'Babylon Berlin' follows a young police inspector uncovering a tangled web of corruption amongst the political, social and sexual extremes of the Weimar Republic. Making waves at home and internationally after its run on Sky Atlantic, and with its third series due later this year, 'Babylon Berlin Series One & Two Box Set' is set to arrive on DVD courtesy of Acorn Media International.

The lavish, $40m series is Germany's most expensive drama to date, and explores a metropolis in turmoil: growing poverty stands in stark contrast to the excesses and indulgence of the night life in 1929 Berlin.

Gereon Rath, an ex-soldier from Cologne, is transferred to Berlin to investigate one of Berlin's biggest pornography rings, together with stenotypist Charlotte Ritter and his partner Bruno Wolter. Rath is forced into an existential conflict, torn between loyalty and uncovering the truth as an even greater conspiracy unfolds: Soviet rebels confronting the rise of National Socialism. Berlin's police headquarters increasingly become the melting pot of a democracy whose days are numbered.

The social climate and political factors that coalesce into a growth in power of the populist far-right has striking political relevance even now, 90 years after the show is set. With a rare 100% critics consensus on Rotten Tomatoes, Babylon Berlin is perfect for your next box set binge.

'So addictively brilliant...set aside 16 hours of your life now and binge-watch this masterpiece'

The Spectator

'Historical drama as you've never seen it before'

The Telegraph

Following its run on BBC One, 'A Place to Call Home Series Six' and 'The Complete Collection Boxset' arrive on DVD 25 February

The hugely popular, multi-award-winning Australian drama A Place to Call Home blends 'A-grade period drama' (The Guardian) with 'pointed social critique' (New York Times), and is set to return for its sixth and final series. Following its run on BBC One, A Place to Call Home Series Six arrives on DVD, alongside A Place to Call Home: The Complete Collection a bumper DVD box set featuring all six series.

This critically acclaimed, sweeping romantic drama is set in 1950s rural Australia, and follows the lives of Nurse Sarah Adams and the Blighs, a wealthy and complicated Pastoralist family living in Inverness, New South Wales where love, death and secrets are never far below the surface. Marta Dusseldorp (Jack Irish) leads the cast as Sarah Adams, a woman with a mysterious past who has returned to Australia after 20 years abroad.

In the final chapter of the Bligh saga, the resilient Sarah returns, finally marrying wealthy landowner George Bligh and taking her place as the Lady of Ash Park... but it's not quite home yet. As the family journey back to each other, they face tragedies, betrayals, and new beginnings that will challenge their relationships and change the course of their lives forever.

Will each member of Australia's first family finally find happiness and a place to call home?

'A cross between Dynasty and Downton Abbey with a twist of Mad Men'


'A must-watch'

Entertainment Weekly