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The seventh gripping season of the medieval fantasy drama based on the bestselling novel series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin.
In Season 7, Daenerys Targaryen has finally set sail for Westeros with her armies, dragons and new Hand of the Queen, Tyrion Lannister. Jon Snow has been named King in the North after the Battle of the Bastards and returning Winterfell to House Stark. In King’s Landing, Cersei Lannister has seized the Iron Throne by incinerating her rivals in the Sept of Baelor.
But as old alliances fracture and new ones emerge, an army of dead men marches on the Wall, threatening to end the game of thrones forever.
The blu-ray is packed with exclusive new bonus content including audio commentaries on every episode and two new behind-the-scenes featurettes.
All 24 episodes from the first two seasons of the Golden Globe-winning US drama about a CIA officer determined to prove that a returned hero is actually an Al-Qaeda mole.
Carrie Mathison, a CIA Agent battling her own demons, becomes convinced that the intelligence that led to the rescue of Sgt. Nicholas Brody, a US soldier who had been missing and presumed dead for eight years was a set-up, and may be connected to an al-Qaeda plot to be carried out on American soil. Already on thin ice with the CIA, and now assigned to a desk job after an incident in Iraq, Carrie is forced to break protocol in order to prove her theory that Brody was "turned" during his many years in captivity and is now working for al-Qaeda. Meanwhile, Brody receives a hero's welcome at home, and attempts to reconnect with his family whom he hasn't seen in eight years.
But when a new devastating terrorist threat emerges, Brody and Carrie's lives become intertwined as they engage in a delicate dance of suspicion, deceit and desire.
All five series, plus the Christmas specials, of Jennifer Saunder's Emmy and BAFTA award-winning television show. Joanna Lumley stars as Patsy, the Bollinger-swigging fashion writer; Saunders plays Edina, the terminally-adolescent magazine editor; and Julia Sawalha appears as Saffron, Edina's prudish daughter. June Whitfield also makes an appearance, teetering on the edge of dementia, as Edina's mother.
Executive produced by Judd Apatow and Pete Holmes, and loosely inspired by Holmes' personal experiences in stand-up comedy, Crashing follows an aspiring comic named Pete, who finds out his wife Jessica is cheating on him, forcing him to move to New York to pursue his dream of being a comedian.
Thrown into the deep end in a city that's not for the faint of heart, the formerly sheltered Pete learns some hard lessons about life and comedy, encountering all sorts of stand-up talents along the way, from cynical guru Artie Lange, to outrageous provocateur T.J. Miller, to benevolent motivator Sarah Silverman, and many more. While trying to make ends meet by crashing on other people's couches (hence the series name), Pete finds goodness in unlikely places, evolving into someone who's a little more okay with the messiness of life.
A love letter to stand-up, Crashing is a series about discovering humor, beauty and grace in the crazy den of thieves that is the NYC comedy scene.
Come on in and make yourself at home on the wackiest cul-de-sac in America.
Join the high-spirited action, lightning-fast banter and hilarious complications as newly divorced mum Jules plunges back into the dating scene, only to discover that nothing goes as expected.
But no matter what happens, the loyal friends and neighbours of the cul-de-sac crew have each other's backs!
Episodes 1-8 of the fifth and final season of the blackly comic American drama starring Bryan Cranston as Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher turned crystal meth producer. Walter turned to drugs after being diagnosed with lung cancer, hoping to pay off his weighty medical bills and provide for his family in the event of his death. Unfortunately, becoming involved in the drugs industry brings with it numerous complications.
In this series, Walter's increasingly ruthless behaviour brings him perilously close to the clutches of his brother-in-law, DEA agent Hank Schrader (Dean Norris). The episodes are: 'Live Free Or Die', 'Madrigal', 'Hazard Pay', 'Fifty-One', 'Dead Freight', 'Buyout', 'Say My Name' and 'Gliding Over All'.
Civilisations is a major nine-part series telling the story of art from the dawn of human history to the present day, for the first time on a global scale.
It is now nearly half a century since Kenneth Clark’s series Civilisation thrilled audiences with its authoritative interpretation of the glories of Western art. Inspired by that ground-breaking programme, this new series of Civilisation introduces a new generation to the great masterworks of beauty, ingenuity and illumination created across the continents. It explores the visual culture of societies from around the globe, revealing alongside the magnificent objects made in the West the wealth of treasures created by other cultures, from the landscape scrolls of classical China and the sculpture of the Olmecs to African bronzes, Japanese prints and Mughal miniatures.
Told by three presenters, each bringing their own skills and perspectives to the series – Simon Schama, Mary Beard and David Olusoga.
Mr. Robot follows Elliot Alderson, a cyber-security engineer who, along with Mr. Robot and fsociety, starts a revolution to change the world.
Picking up immediately following the Season 2 cliffhanger, Season 3 will explore each character's motivations and the disintegration between Elliot and Mr. Robot.
Victoria - Season 1
Victoria - Season 2
All ten episodes from the first season of the Emmy Award-nominated historical drama series focusing on the life and romances of the young King Henry VIII (Jonathan Rhys Meyers). Set in Renaissance Britain during the early part of Henry's reign, the series portrays the passionate and irascible king, his Spanish Queen Catherine (Maria Doyle Kennedy), his ministers Sir Thomas More (Jeremy Northam) and Cardinal Wolsey (Sam Neil), and a host of would-be mistresses and wives. As bold and passionate about his country as he is about his women, Henry's obsession with ensuring his legacy leads to the beheading of both friends and foes, the waging of wars and a challenge to the Catholic Church - events that forever changed the face of the British Empire. Episodes comprise: 'In Cold Blood', 'Simply Henry', 'Wolsey, Wolsey, Wolsey!', 'His Majesty, the King', 'Arise, My Lord', 'True Love', 'Message to the Emperor', 'Truth and Justice', 'Look to God First' and 'The Death of Wolsey'.
That's right, honey! A decade after their unforgettable eight-season run, comedy's most fabulous foursome is back.
Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally reprise their infamous roles as Will, Grace, Jack and Karen. The legendary James Burrows, director of every original Will & Grace episode, returns along with a slew of razor-sharp jabs and dirty martinis.
Behold once again, from the minds of Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, TV's wittiest ensemble ever.
1794: War and the revolution in France hang over Britain. In Cornwall, George Warleggan grows his empire with a view to crush the Poldarks while Ross and Demelza attempt to keep the peace and repair their relationship at Nampara.
However, the arrival of Demelza’s brothers disturbs the fragile truce and Ross must ask himself how long he can allow George’s ascent to continue unchecked…
Facing battles both at home and abroad, will Ross answer the call and risk losing everything he holds dear?
Based on the Pulitzer-Prize winning book by Lawrence Wright, The Looming Tower traces the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda in the late 1990s and how the rivalry between the FBI and CIA during that time may have inadvertently set the path for the tragedy of 9/11.
The series follows members of the I-49 Squad in New York and Alec Station in Washington, D.C., the counter-terrorism divisions of the FBI and CIA, respectively, as they travel the world fighting for ownership of information while seemingly working toward the same goal - trying to prevent an imminent attack on U.S. soil.
Aden, 1965. The men of the British Royal Military Police are battling a fierce insurgency. Tensions are heightened in the heat of the desert; any lapse in luck or judgement means death. But life and love must continue.
The ‘60s are starting to swing: sexual liberation, seductive new music and outrageous fashions have hit the sun loungers of the glamorous BP Club. Isolated in this unknown country, nothing is certain, and relationships are tested as pressure and passions intensify. This bitter war brings danger and betrayal, and will question the code these dedicated soldiers live by.
(The producers needed a location similar to Aden with coast, mountains and desert and a colonial architectural influence, settling on Cape Town. A disused British naval base overlooking Simon’s Town bay provided a scale which is often difficult to achieve for television.)
A Christmas episode from the hugely popular animated television series. When Brian (voice of Seth MacFarlane) takes Stewie (also MacFarlane) to meet Santa at the local mall, they're both disappointed by his distinct lack of interest in all things Christmas. Deciding to take the matter in hand, the pair head for the North Pole, to track down Santa and teach him some lessons in festive cheer.
We return to Jamestown, a 17th Century English settlement on the edge of the breathtaking but untamed Virginian wilderness. This second season sees the tobacco plantations provide the wealth they promised but the status quo will soon be disrupted by births, deaths and broken marriages.
Our pioneering settlers find themselves at the heart of adventure once more as new arrivals attempt to find their place in this foreign land. Relationships with the Native peoples afford some great influence in the town but no man, or woman, is going to give up their share of the Virginian riches without a fight. Jamestown returns for another season of dazzling ventures in love, war and diplomacy. Making a home in the New World is a dirty business, can our colonists keep their consciences clean…
Written by Bill Gallagher, the eight-part drama from the makers of Downton Abbey is set during a unique period of adventure and features a stellar ensemble cast!
All 13 episodes from the second series of the award-winning political drama starring Kevin Spacey. Based on the novel by Michael Dobbs and the subsequent BBC adaptation of the book, the series follows Francis Underwood (Spacey), a politician whose sense of ambition is matched and encouraged by his wife Claire (Robin Wright). Armed with an arsenal of political secrets to equal anyone in Washington, Francis is more than willing to scheme and blackmail his way to the top. In this series, Underwood is appointed Vice President of the USA. However, never one to rest on his laurels, he soon has his eye on the top job...
Six more episodes of the CGI-animated series set in a galaxy far, far away after the events of 'Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones' and before 'Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith'. The series follows the adventures of Obi-Wan Kenobi (James Arnold Taylor) and his apprentice, Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter), and introduces rebellious female Jedi fighter Ahsoka Tano (Ashley Eckstein). Episodes are: 'Blue Shadow Virus', 'Mystery of a Thousand Moons', 'Storm Over Ryloth', 'Innocents of Ryloth', 'Liberty On Ryloth' and 'Hostage Crisis'.
To win at all costs, sometimes you pay the ultimate price.
In the fifth and final season of the multi-honoured legal thriller, powerhouse attorney Patty Hewes and ex-protégée Ellen Parsons face off in a fatal double showdown: the wrongful death case against a charismatic, international cyber-hacker, and a devastating custody battle pitting Patty against her own son - resulting in a series finale as explosive as it is unexpected.
Set in New York's world of high stakes litigation, Damages follows the lives of Patty Hewes (Glenn Close), the nation's most revered and most reviled litigator, and her bright, ambitious protegee Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne) as they become embroiled in a class action lawsuit targeting Arthur Frobisher (Ted Danson), one of the country's wealthiest CEOs.
As Patty battles Frobisher and his attorney, Ellen learns what it takes to win at all costs - and that lives, not just fortunes, are at stake.
The complete seasons 1-14 of the animated comedy series. The Griffins are an average North American family living in an average North American home in an average North American town. The dad Peter (voice of Seth MacFarlane) is a big TV fan; mom Lois (Alex Borstein) is a former heiress who gave up her riches to marry the man she loves; 16-year-old Meg (Mila Kunis) is a drama queen eager to be accepted by her peers; 13-year-old Chris (Seth Green) likes his food and has the beginnings of a TV habit which could grow to equal his dad's; baby Stewie (MacFarlane) is a malevolent genius with plans for complete global domination; and martini-guzzling Brian (MacFarlane) is the wise-cracking family dog.
The first series of the TV drama based on the lives of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, who conducted pioneering research into the nature of human sexual attraction. Dr William Masters (Michael Sheen) is a leading US obstetrician determined to launch a study of human sexual behaviour. When he makes the acquaintance of Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan), Masters finds an assistant who possesses the qualities to help him move forward with his plan. Though in many ways Masters and Johnson are polar opposites, as their project progresses a growing sense of attraction develops between the two and the line begins to blur between their personal and professional interests. The episodes are: 'Pilot', 'Race to Space', 'Standard Deviation', 'Thank You for Coming', 'Catherine', 'Brave New World', 'All Together Now', 'Love and Marriage', 'Involuntary', 'Fallout', 'Phallic Victories' and 'Manhigh'.
Six more episodes of the CGI-animated series set in a galaxy far, far away after the events of 'Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones' and before 'Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith'. The series follows the adventures of Obi-Wan Kenobi (James Arnold Taylor) and his apprentice, Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter), and introduces rebellious female Jedi fighter Ahsoka Tano (Ashley Eckstein). Episodes are: 'Dooku Captured', 'Gungan General', 'Jedi Crash', 'Defenders of Peace', 'Trespass' and 'The Hidden Enemy'.
Season 1 and 2 plus the Christmas special of the BBC comedy from Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, following the humiliations of professional film extra Andy Millman (Gervais) and his eccentric friend Maggie (Ashley Jensen) as they try - and fail - to gain significant lines or parts in various productions.
Each episode features a notable guest star sending themselves up in a cameo appearance on the set of a specific production.
Episodes comprise: 'Ben Stiller', 'Ross Kemp', 'Kate Winslet', 'Les Dennis', 'Samuel L Jackson', 'Patrick Stewart', 'Orlando Bloom', 'David Bowie', 'Daniel Radcliffe', 'Chris Martin', 'Sir Ian McKellen' and 'Jonathan Ross'.
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