England have won the semi-final!!! And we have some great British TV trailers to share with you this week!!!
From the heart-wrenching, emotionally charged documentary Uprising from the award-winning Steve McQueen to the light-hearted comedy This Way Up. We have something for everybody to look forward to so enjoy.
This Way Up – Wednesday 14th July | Channel 4 stream on All4
Comedy-drama about moving on, moving forward and trying to find happiness. The charming and funny Aine is trying to pull her life back together after a “teeny little nervous breakdown”. Starring Ekow Quartey and Kadiff Kirwan.
Naomi Osaka – Friday 16th July | Netflix
What does it feel like to be one of the best tennis players in the world? An intimate look inside the life of one of the most gifted and complex athletes of her generation offers insight into the tough decisions and ecstatic triumphs that shape Naomi Osaka as both an elite global superstar and a young woman navigating a pressure-filled world.
Uprising – Tuesday 20th July | Streaming on BBC iPlayer
From Academy Award winner Steve McQueen comes Uprising, a pioneering three-part series showing how three events intertwined in 1981 and defined race relations for a generation.
Resort To Love – Thursday 29th July | Netflix
Erica an aspiring singer on a journey to find herself in paradise — actually finds her ex-fiancee, his new bride and a hunky fling in the destination rom-com we all need right now. Starring Christina Milian, Sinqua Walls and Jay Pharoah.
Vigil – Coming Soon | BBC One
The mysterious disappearance of a Scottish fishing trawler and a death on-board a Trident nuclear submarine bring the police into conflict with the Navy and British security services. With Paterson Joseph, Reuben Joseph, Aisha Toussaint, Lois Chimimba, Fode Simbo and Morgan Archer
Queenpins – This Autumn | Paramount+ & In Cinemas
Queenpins is inspired by the true story of the largest coupon counterfeit scheme in US history, and centres on an overlooked suburban housewife who starts an illegal coupon club in which she scams millions from large food companies. Starring Kirby Howell-Baptiste
First Wives Club Season 2 – Uk Air Date TBA | BET+ stream on MY5
The pressures of new jobs and news loves are introduced in the second season … as Bree and Gary deep dive into rekindling their marriage, which is complicated by Bree’s big promotion and the introduction of a sexy hospital administrator. Meanwhile, Ari struggles with trying to balance work her long-distance relationship. After starting her own record label, Hazel attempts to sign her first artist while returning from her world tour with a sexy plus one. At Ari’s request, Hazel and Bree welcome a new friend, Jayla, into their clique. Season two finds the newly minted quartet navigating the pressure of their professional lives and evolving romantic relationships through the enviable bonds of their friendship.
Starring Jill Scott, Michelle Beatau, Ryan Michelle Bathé, and Michelle Mitchenor.
Succession Season 3 – This Autumn | Sky Atlantic
Succession is a bitingly funny drama following a family dynasty’s disintegration when their patriarch refuses to name a successor. With Sanaa Lathan.
Seasons 1-2 are available to catch up now on Sky On-Demand and NOW.