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London Kills Series 2 and 1 & 2 Box Set

Following the huge success of London Kills series one, the hit police drama returns to the BBC for its second exciting instalment. The crack team of detectives take on more of the capital's worst crimes, as they struggle with their own demons and are forced to address shocking concerns in their most difficult case to date.

London Kills Series 2 is set to arrive on DVD and digital on 6 April 2020 from Acorn Media International alongside London Kills 1 & 2 Complete box set, following its run on BBC One.

This slick, thrilling mystery series sees the world's most exciting city as the backdrop for a string of killings - all investigated by an elite murder squad. The team is lead by long serving, brooding Detective Inspector David Bradford (Hugo Speer), alongside ambitious Detective Sergeant Vivienne Cole (Sharon Small), seasoned crime-solver Detective Constable Rob Brady (Bailey Patrick) and warm-hearted Trainee Detective Constable Billie Fitzgerald (Tori Allen-Martin). Jennie Jacques (Vikings) returns as Amber Saunders.




The Windsors Series 3 DVD & 1-3 Box Set

Britain is divided, everyone's down in the dumps, so who better to cheer us up than The Windsors?

Returning to Channel 4 for a third series, the satirical sitcom takes us beyond the palace gates for a hilarious inside peek at the riotous royals to see what really goes on. The Windsors Series Three and the Complete Series One - Three Box Set (including Wedding & Christmas Specials) arrive on DVD and digital 6 April 2020 from Acorn Media International.

Ever wondered what the real reason behind Megxit was? Or whether David Beckham has a shot at a knighthood? All is revealed as The Windsors take on family feuds, pay disputes, uncomfortable truths and royal weddings with their usual panache.

Meghan (Kathryn Drysdale - Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps) and Harry (Tom Durant-Pritchard - Judy), who is looking like a new man after an alcohol-free retreat, might break up the Fab Four and head to America...but why are they so angry at Wills (Hugh Skinner - Fleabag) and Kate (Louise Ford - Crashing)? And who is really pulling the strings?




Magic Blu-ray

Second Sight sprinkles its Magic on Anthony Hopkins' 1978 horror classic with its first UK Blu-ray release set to arrive this March with a host of brilliant special features. With the continuing popularity of creepy dolls on screen from Hugo to Annabel via the many incarnations of Chucky, we meet one of the original devilish dummies: Fats...the side-kick from hell. Adapted for the big screen by William Goldman from his best-selling book, Magic is directed by Richard Attenborough and arrives on Blu-ray on 23 March 2020. Corky (Hopkins - The Silence of the Lambs, The Two Popes) is a shy magician who just can't get a break, but when he introduces foul-mouthed ventriloquist doll, Fats, to his act, his star begins to rise. With the chance of hitting the big time finally on the cards, the pressure starts to get to him. In a panic Corky flees the big city, returning to the security of his hometown. When he reunites with old high school flame Peggy (Ann-Margret - Tommy, Grumpy Old Men), love could be in the air. But Fats doesn't approve and he's about to create carnage. Who's really pulling the strings? It's time for some Magic...but beware, the demonic dummy will have you screaming for mummy.




Baghdad Central DVD

Chaos rules on the streets of occupied Baghdad, where soldiers and secrets run unchecked amidst the aftermath of war. Baghdad Central is a gripping new adaptation of the novel by Elliott Colla, created by BAFTA nominated writer Steven Butchard (The Last Kingdom). The six-part crime thriller airs this February on Channel 4, and comes to DVD and digital from Acorn Media International on 16 March 2020.

November 2003, Saddam Hussein has gone into hiding. The US-led invasion has left no one in charge and there is no effective rule of law. During the war, ex-policeman Muhsin al-Khafaji (Waleed Zuaiter - Altered Carbon) lost everything, and is battling to keep himself and his sick daughter Mrouj (July Namir - Homeland) safe. But when he discovers that his estranged older daughter Sawsan (Leem Lubani - Omar) is missing, his desperate search leads him to uncover the dangerous hidden life she had been leading...

Khafaji is recruited by British officer Frank Temple (Bertie Carvel - Doctor Foster) to help rebuild the local police force alongside the abrasive American Military Police Captain John Parodi (Corey Stoll - House of Cards), so he agrees to collaborate with the occupying forces, risking everything to find out what happened to his daughter. Khafaji turns to his daughter's enigmatic professor, Zubeida Rashid (Clara Khoury - Homeland)...but whose side is she on?




Finding Joy DVD & digital

Amy Huberman (Cold Feet, Striking Out) writes and stars alongside Aisling Bea (This Way Up, Living with Yourself) and Jenny Rainsford (Fleabag) in a new, hilarious six-part comedy series Finding Joy, that follows the trials and tribulations of a journalist turned accidental superstar vlogger. Finding Joy arrives on DVD 16 March 2020 courtesy of Acorn Media International following its UK premiere on UKTV's W Channel.

Joy (Huberman) may have just broken up with her long-term boyfriend, Aidan (Lochlann O'Mearain - Vikings), and her best friend Trish (Hannah James-Scott - Crumble) is busy having a baby, but she's totally fine...no matter what her dog, Canine Aidan (Peter McDonald - Dublin Murders), thinks.

Joy is perfectly happy with her secluded and orderly life as a back-room news editor. That is until her quiet life is turned upside down as she is summoned to step into the position of the media corporation's sexy and adventurous lifestyle guru and Ireland's most beloved vlogger, Flora the Happy Hunter (Laura Whitmore - Love Island presenter). Joy is catapulted headlong into the unknown and unwelcome world of social media stardom.



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