The BBC wraps up their hit sword & sorcery series based on the King Arthur mythology with a satisfying conclusion in this fifth season of Merlin.
The BBC’s new period crime drama, Ripper Street, is a riveting journey back in time to the streets of East London after Jack the Ripper’s murderous spree.
Roman Polanski’s lavish adaptation of the Thomas Hardy tragedy, Tess of the d’Urbervilles, comes to Blu-ray from the BFI in a solid HD effort.
Bond is back and better than ever in this glamorous, action-filled adventure that fulfills the promise set by Casino Royale.
The fourth season of the BBC’s original supernatural “dramedy” Being Human is a bit of a disappointment that tries its best to rekindle the magic of seasons past, but never quite gets there.
The third season of Downton Abbey is another strong, purely addictive, delightful series of episodes.
Call the Midwife is a charming, sentimental, and heartfelt look at post-war Britain.
A quaint, charming comedy from the classic Ealing Studios, The Titfield Thunderbolt is a must for fans of British comedy. It gets a fine remaster to Blu-ray from StudioCanal.
BBC America’s Copper puts a unique and riveting twist on the crime-drama, with this Civil War-era story set in the infamous Five Points district of New York City.
Part One of Doctor Who: Series Seven cements Matt Smith as one of the finest Doctors in the franchise, but also marks the departure for one of the Doctor’s best companions in Karen Gillan’s Amy Pond.