Sundays, beginning March 17, 2024 at 9 p.m. on CPTV

About the Series

Nolly reveals the story of Noele “Nolly” Gordon, one of the most famous faces on British TV in the 1960s and 70s, whose unceremonious firing from her hit show at the height of her career was front-page news. A bold exploration of how the establishment turns on women who refuse to play by the rules, Nolly is an outrageously fun and wildly entertaining ride through Gordon’s most tumultuous years, and a sharp, affectionate, and heart-breaking portrait of a forgotten icon.

Along with Academy Award®-nominated Bonham Carter, the cast includes Mark Gatiss (Sherlock, Game of Thrones), Con O’Neil (Happy Valley, Our Flag Means Death), and Augustus Prew (The Morning Show, About a Boy), among others.

Alice & Jack
Sundays, beginning March 17, 2024 at 10 p.m. on CPTV

About the Series

Alice & Jack reveals how love plays out between two very different people over 15 years. The story explores the seminal question of whether the bonds between us are stronger than the forces that would tear us apart. “It’s more honest about human behavior than most romances allow,” says, and “[asks] audiences to think about subjects they think they know well and look at them from a different angle.”

The miniseries is created by Mad Men award-winning writer Victor Levin (Mad Men, Mad About You) and features moving performances from Oscar®-nominated Andrea Riseborough (To Leslie, Birdman) as Alice, a single woman invested in her career while grappling with a childhood trauma, and Domhnall Gleeson (The Revenant, About Time) as the lonely yet charming scientist she meets in a bar. The cast also includes Aisling Bea (This Way Up), Aimee Lou Wood (Sex Education), and Sunil Patel (Love at First Sight).

Mr Bates vs The Post Office
Sundays, beginning April 7, 2024 at 9 p.m. on CPTV

About the Series

When money started to seemingly disappear from its local branches, the government-owned UK Post Office wrongly blamed its own managers for the apparent loss. Hundreds were harassed, accused of theft and fraud, even sent to prison—leaving lives, marriages, and reputations in ruins. But the issue was actually caused by errors in the Post Office’s own computer system; something it denied for years. This is the story of decent, ordinary, and real-life people who were relentlessly pursued, coerced, and controlled by a powerful corporation, and their seemingly unsurmountable battle to right so many horrific wrongs.

Along with British Academy of Film and Television Arts award-winning Toby Jones, the stellar ensemble cast includes Julie Hesmondhalgh (The Pact, The Trouble With Maggie Cole), Alex Jennings (The Crown, Victoria, Unforgotten), Ian Hart (The Responder), Lia Williams (The Crown, The Capture), Will Mellor (Coronation Street, No Offence), Clare Calbraith (Grace, Home Fires, Unforgotten, Baptiste), Shaun Dooley (Gentleman Jack, It’s A Sin, Grantchester), Lesley Nicol (Downton Abbey, Beecham House), and Katherine Kelly (Bloods, Gentleman Jack), among others.

Sundays, beginning May 5, 2024 at 9 p.m. on CPTV

About the Series

MaryLand follows two estranged sisters who reunite to unearth the truth about their mother’s sudden death and her double life on the Isle of Man. This is not so much a murder mystery as a compelling tale of two siblings opening up to each other as they work out a string of family secrets. The Guardian (UK) hails MaryLand as “joyful and incredibly affecting.”

Suranne Jones (Gentleman JackVigil) co-created MaryLand with writer Anne Marie O’Connor. Jones and Eve Best (House of the Dragon) play convincing siblings Becca and Rosaline, with Stockard Channing (The West Wing) as their mother’s enigmatic best friend, Maureen. The cast also includes George Costigan (Happy Valley), Hugh Quarshie (Silent Witness) and Dean Lennox Kelly (Shameless), among others.

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