The 10 best bookmyshere TV series, series and documentaries in 2017
BBC News has rounded up 10 TV series and series that have earned them a best-of list from the UK’s best TV critics.1.
‘The Crown’ (BBC)One of the biggest bookshelves in the UK, this one is a tale of revenge and the aftermath of the Crown Conspiracy.
It tells the story of the coronavirus pandemic in 2019 and its aftermath, from the coronavaisation of London to the aftermath in 2018, which saw more than 3,500 deaths.
The show has had a strong run on BBC1, with episodes averaging a million viewers and the show’s popularity has increased by 20% in the past 12 months.
The series is also the most watched BBC1 programme on the channel.
The story follows the coronavalanche of 1918, which sees British Prime Minister William Pitt the first casualty in a deadly outbreak of the virus.
This is the first series of the series to be adapted from the book by Ian McEwan.2.
‘Hair and makeup’ (Channel 4)A show about an unlikely friendship between two men who, despite their differences, make a great team.
The pair is a fashion designer, and is seen in their company.
The couple has a family, but their family life is also marked by tension, and the couple are constantly at odds with one another.
The two men, however, are both fiercely independent, and both of them are trying to make their mark on the world, but each have their own ways of doing it.
This series is the second adaptation of the McEwans novel, The Beauty and the Beast.3.
‘Chasing the Wolf’ (Sundance)A true-life story about two sisters who were abducted from their home in northern Kenya by a group of men who claim to be from the ‘Chases the Wolf’, an international drug cartel.
The sisters, whose names are unknown, are the only two surviving members of the family.
They are sent to a remote island on a journey that takes them from their small village to the island’s capital, Nairobi, where they are welcomed by the king.
The women’s mission is to get to the ‘king’s palace’ and rescue their daughter, who is abducted by the gang.
The drama centers around the girls’ relationship with their mother, who becomes increasingly suspicious of the women’s intentions.4.
‘Blackpool’ (HBO)This series tells the true story of Blackpool, a seaside town in the south of England, in the 1970s.
Blackpool is the home of the Blackpool Police, who were founded in 1884 by a former gangster, George R.B. Griffiths.
Griffith was killed by the British Army in World War II, and his son, the Blackwood family, was the only remaining member of the Griffiths gang to escape and join Griffiths’ crew.
In 1976, Griffiths and his associates were killed by British military personnel in the town, and a local police station is now named after him.5.
‘Criminal Minds’ (CBS)This show follows three police officers in the US and their team of analysts who investigate a string of crimes committed by a pair of drug dealers.
They work together in order to uncover evidence that can lead to the arrest of a serial killer.
They have to navigate the complex and murky legal system that they have to deal with.6.
‘Downton Abbey’ (NBC)Downtons mother, Catherine Crawley, is one of the most powerful figures in the British royal family.
In this series, she tries to take her role in the family beyond her mother and sisters.
The characters are not just fictional but actual people.7.
‘A Good Man Goes to War’ (Showtime)This drama is set in a world where the British Royal Family is in a conflict with the United States.
The conflict is fought in the trenches of the American Civil War, and it’s a conflict that spans two worlds.
The British Royal family and American troops are at odds over the position of the Queen and her position in the world.8.
‘House of Cards’ (Netflix)House of Lies, the story-telling series based on the true events of the JFK assassination, is a show about the assassination and the conspiracy that resulted.
The true story was told through the eyes of three people who witnessed the events and had the opportunity to interview witnesses.9.
‘I am the best’ (ABC)This is a series about a woman who works at a small restaurant in London.
She’s always been kind and helpful, and has never been rude.
But her life changes when her boss asks her to join a team of people to help solve a murder.
When she learns that the suspect was working for an international criminal organisation, she realizes that the only way she can help the innocent is to