New to Acorn TV in September

Acorn TV is adding season one of the Welsh detective drama Keeping Faith to its streaming service from September 7.

S1 already is on Sky’s Neon but there’s no sign of S2, which went to air last year, surfacing on either platform; S3 is due to premiere in October on the BBC.

It stars Eve Myles as a pregnant lawyer who becomes the prime suspect in her husband’s disappearance.

Exclusive to Acorn from next month will be the Channel 5 procedural, Suspects, which stars Brassic’s Damien Molony and Cold Feet’s Fay Ripley.

It ran for 23 episodes from 2014-2016; S1 will stream from September 7, and S2 from September 21.

Another exclusive will be The Crimson Petal and the White, a four-part 2011 drama about a Victorian prostitute who becomes the reluctant heir to a perfume business.

It will stream from September 24; Chris O’Dowd, Romola Garai and Gillian Anderson star.

Also from 2011 will be What to Do When Someone Dies (September 28), a three-part psychological drama starring Anna Friel (Marcella) and Marc Warren (Van der Valk).

Other highlights will include S13 of Midsomer Murders (September 7), S11-12 of Agatha Christie’s Poirot (September 14), S8 of Doc Martin (September 21), and S13 of Poirot and S14 of Midsomer (September 28).

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