Uk News On TV tonight, Work friends cover up the murder of their boss on thriller The Pact United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Innocent returns with a new cast and case and Motherland sees Julia try to get her children into a Catholic school

Uk News On TV tonight, Work friends cover up the murder of their boss on thriller The Pact United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Innocent returns with a new cast and case and Motherland sees Julia try to get her children into a Catholic school

Uk News  On TV tonight, Work friends cover up the murder of their boss on thriller The Pact United Kingdom news
17 May 2021 - 08:35

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Pick of the day: The Pact9pm, BBC OneIf any character has it coming to them in a murder mystery, it’s the bullying, sexist and generally obnoxious young brewery boss Jack, played by Aneurin Barnard in this Big Little Lies-style drama series by Doctor Who writer Pete McTighe. After an office party from hell, Jack is found dead in one of those desolate forests common to such thrillers. When they discover him, his female work colleagues (each of whom has a motive for killing Jack) make a pact not to reveal their involvement. Inevitably, having sworn themselves to secrecy, the women start suspecting each other. Laura Fraser, Eddie Marsan and Julie Hesmondhalgh star.Motherland9pm, BBC TwoYour guide to what to watch next - no spoilers, we promiseEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.Any parent who has struggled to get their child into the school of their choice will enjoy this episode of the painfully well-observed sitcom as the mothers and Kevin realise they are all just outside the catchment area for the most desired secondary. Anna Maxwell Martin excels as Julia pretending to be a pious churchgoer at the nearby Catholic school, while Amanda’s concern for Meg’s health proves skin-deep during a tussle for the last place at an after-school club.Innocent (Photo: TXTV/ITV)Innocent9pm, ITVThere’s a choice of new crime dramas this evening, with The Pact clashing with the second series of Unforgotten writer Chris Lang’s detective series – now with a completely new cast. It begins with a jury finding teacher Sally (Katherine Kelly) innocent of murdering a 16-year-old schoolboy with whom she was rumoured to have been having an affair.

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.Catching Paedophiles: Crime And Punishment9pm, Channel 4A documentary explores the challenges of investigating and prosecuting sexual abusers of children, and how to manage predators when they have been caught. A detective with Hampshire Constabulary’s internet child abuse team has to prove that her suspicions are right about a man who has been uploading indecent images of children – and not risk any mistakes that would lead to the suspect walking free and being able to offend again. Read More Didn’t like the BBC’s adaptation of The Pursuit of Love? Grow up! Inside No 99.30pm, BBC TwoHaving become involved in a violent altercation outside a club, Spencer (Steve Pemberton), the writer of a hit Game of Thrones-style TV fantasy, returns home with blood on his clothes only to be confronted by an obsessive fan of the show (Reece Shearsmith) who witnessed the fight. A satisfyingly twisty look at the ownership felt by fans unfolds.Second Wave: Did The Government Get It Wrong? Dispatches10pm, Channel 4With two-thirds of all British Covid deaths coming after September 2020, Dispatches investigates what role the Prime Minister’s decisions of last autumn played in there being a massive second surge in infections that resulted in tens of thousands of people dying. As Dominic Cummings threatens to reveal all, reporter Antony Barnett hears from some at the heart of Downing Street discussions. Struggling to find your next favourite TV series? The i on TV newsletter is a daily email full of suggestions of what to watch as well as the latest TV news, opinions and interviews. Sign up here to stay up to date with the best new TV.

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