- Premieres 6 December. Fridays at 8pm (JKT/BKK); 9pm (SIN/HK); 10pm (KOR).
Get ready for sparks to fly as business competitors from a diverse range of professions rub shoulders with their local rivals on a mission to prove that they are the best on the block.
Extremely funny and highly entertaining, Best in Town provides a fascinating insight into some very familiar trades and the colourful (and often off-the-wall) people that populate them.
Parade’s EndPremieres 22 December. Sundays at 6.30pm (JKT/BKK); 7.30pm (SIN/HK); 8.30pm (KOR).
Acclaimed screenwriter Sir Tom Stoppard and director Susanna White bring Ford Madox Ford's remarkable story of love and betrayal to life in this landmark production starring Rebecca Hall and Benedict Cumberbatch.
As the comfortable certainties of Edwardian England give way to chaos and destruction, English aristocrat Christopher Tietjens finds himself marrying Sylvia, a beautiful but cruel socialite who is pregnant with a child who may or may not be his.
Moving from the glittering yet shallow world of London high society to the trench-scarred battlefields of France, Parade's End is the story of one of the defining eras of the last century.
Call the Midwife (S2)Premieres 24 December. Tuesdays at 7.05pm (JKT/BKK); 8.05pm (SIN/HK); 9.05pm (KOR).
Based on the bestselling memoirs by Jennifer Worth, Call the Midwife follows Jenny Lee, a young nurse working as a midwife in London's East End, providing the poorest women with the best possible care.
This series continues to follow Jenny and the other midwives as they deal with the all the problems Poplar has to throw at them.
A fascinating portrayal of birth, life, death and a community on the brink of huge social change, Call the Midwife offers a gripping insight into a world that is so drastically different from how we live now.
Bleak Old Shop of Stuff (S1)Premieres 26 & 27 December. Thursdays & Fridays at 9.30pm (JKT/BKK); 10.30pm (SIN/HK); 11.30pm (KOR).
Welcome to the adventures of Jedrington Secret-Past, upstanding family man and owner of The Old Shop of Stuff, where he sells a plethora of miscellaneous odd things.
But this is no ordinary Dickensian tale. The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff is an entertaining romp through a unique story of hidden wills, brave street urchins, mysterious artefacts and superb comedy characters.
The ParadiseWeekdays at 7.05pm (JKT/BKK); 8.05pm (SIN/HK); 9.05pm (KOR).
Set amidst the Victorian splendour of Britain’s first department store, The Paradise is a rags-to-riches story of a young girl who falls in love with the intoxicating charms of the modern world.
Through sexy, episodic stories driven by romance and glamour, this series creates a world as colourful and captivating as the silks on display in the store.
The Paradise is a love story, a story of ambition and progress, with a mysterious, dark secret at its heart.
The Mystery of Edwin DroodMondays at 7.05pm (JKT/BKK); 8.05pm (SIN/HK); 9.05pm (KOR).
Screenwriter Gwyneth Hughes brings to life Dickens’ unfinished tale of obsessive love, betrayal and murder.
It is 1842, and local choirmaster John Jasper hides a dark secret that plagues his dreams – he is obsessed with the beautiful Rosa, who is engaged to his beloved orphan nephew Edwin Drood. Smitten by Rosa and instantly disliking Edwin, the hot-tempered Neville struggles to hide his feelings. In a drug-fuelled moment, Jasper sees an opportunity to make his dreams reality. The next morning Edwin is missing and Neville is under suspicion. Did Jasper go through with his plan to murder Edwin, blame Neville and claim Rosa for himself?
The Graham Norton Show (S14)Saturdays at 9pm (JKT/BKK); 10pm (SIN/HK); 11pm (KOR).
British comedian Graham Norton presents a brand new season of his BAFTA award-winning chat show that focuses on the people, trends and stories that dominate the world of celebrity culture and entertainment.
Featuring trademark Norton comedy monologues and sparkling chat with big-name stars, this new season airs only two weeks behind its premiere on UK screens.