Tag Archives: Elementary

Leaving Neon in September

This month is your last chance to stream on Neon season four of Elementary, S1 of Motherland and S1-3 of The Brokenwood Mysteries. All three will leave the Sky platform on September 30. Also exiting is a raft of Disney movies ahead of the studio launching its own streaming service here on November 19. Meanwhile, […]

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HD Heads-Up: November 3 – 9

➢➢ At last! TVNZ is fast-tracking a premium British drama to primetime rather than OnDemand. The Cry (8.30 Sundays from November 4) is a psychological thriller that chronicles how a marriage collapses in the wake of a tragedy. It stars Jenna Coleman (Victoria) and Ewen Leslie as a Scottish couple whose baby is abducted while visiting […]

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HD Heads-Up: February 2

Prime is digging deep into its video vault to “premiere” two shows that date to 2011: Suits and Elton John – BRITs Icon. The former, a slick law drama that’s into its sixth season on US TV and streams here on Lightbox, will open season one with a double episode and air 7.30 Wednesdays from February 15; Elton John […]

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Prime Trumpets Jericho as Game of Thrones Stablemate

Prime will premiere the British western drama Jericho on a double-bill with season six of Game of Thrones. The two will air back-to-back on Tuesdays, from 8.30-10.30, starting August 9. Set in 1870s Yorkshire, the eight-part ITV series stars Call the Midwife’s Jessica Raine as a schoolteacher’s widow struggling to keep her family intact in a remote shanty town […]

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HD TV Heads-Up: October 27-November 1

There’s good cop/bad cop show news for HD fans of the genre. The superlative Southland ends its late-night season-three run on October 30 but will be replaced by season six of The Closer. The latter isn’t as electrifying as Southland at its best but is a superior police drama that looks sensational in HD. It […]

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Game of Thrones Goes SD on FTA

Game of Thrones is the latest HD drama to graduate from SoHo to Prime for an SD run. But will it end up more sliced and diced than many of its protagonists? The Sky-owned broadcaster promoted Game of Thrones as “coming soon” during its top-rating Olympics coverage and this morning announced it would air 9.30 […]

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