Golden Age – Drama on Television
In today’s Golden Age of TV Dramas, here’s what I’ve been watching in 2017.
The Bureau – Series 3
Brilliant, up-to-the-minute Canal+ show based on real life accounts by French spies.
Crime and passion in the turmoil and turbulence of 1970’s Rome.
Billions – Season 2
Of course you’ve all been watching this tour de force between Bobby Axelrod and Chuck Rhoades. We have to wait for 2018 now.
An ITV series green-lighted by ex Saatchi & Saatchi UK co-CEO Adam Crozier, a BAFTA Best Drama series winner about cold cases being revived and solved.
Line of Duty – Series 4
Another UK crime drama – focusing on the Police Anti-Corruption unit AC12. Complex and riveting.
Fargo – Series 3
Coen Brothers inspired. Noah Hawley created and amazing acting from Ewan McGregor and co. Irresistible.
Dark. A journey to the end of the earth and back – London in 1814. Tom Hardy at his best.
The Young Pope
Radical and brave. Jude Law is amazing. Brilliantly conceived and created by Paolo Sorrentino – a FremantleMedia production.
Another FremantleMedia piece of irresistible entertainment. Ian McShane in fine form.
A US drama around leaks, whistle-blowing and political intrigue – Rhys Ifans is magnificent.