Snatch - Watch the full 10-episode box set on the BT Player now
Loved Guy Ritchie’s crime comedy Snatch? Then you’re in luck, AMC is airing a television series based on the movie from this month. It stars and is executive produced by Harry Potter’s Rupert Grint and also boasts stars Luke Pasqualino, Lucien Laviscount, Ed Westwick and Phoebe Dynevor.
Set in contemporary London, it's based around a gang of up-and-coming hustlers who stumble across a truck laden with stolen gold. Before they know it, they’re dragged into London’s criminal underbelly, and many shenanigans and hilarities ensue.
Building America on History BT channel 327/379 HD
How was America transformed from a rural pioneering land to the leading global superpower it is today? History’s series Building America explores the leading historical features that helped catapult America into the incredible nation that it is today.
Ride with Norman Reedus season 2 – AMC AMC BT TV channel 332/381 HD
Norman Reedus, of The Walking Dead Fame, returns to AMC with series two of Ride with Norman Reedus. A genuine motorcycle enthusiast, Norman is accompanied by a new friend each week as he tours the backroads of America.
Making various pit stops at biker bars, US landmarks and bike races along the way, its Sons of Anarchy meets Diners, Drive-ins and Dives!
WAGS LA - Thursdays on E! November 9 at 9pm on BT Channel 321/386 HD
WAGS (that’s wives and girlfriends of famous sports players) returns to LA for series 3. This season a few ladies are thrown into the mix of the regular crew, and some serious drama is promised.
Key storylines will include the planning of Nicole Williams extravagant wedding to former NFL player to Larry English and current outcast Autumn Ajirotutu trying to work her way back into the ladies trust.
Peaky Blinders season 4 – Returns on November 15 at 9pm, BBC Two
Peaky Blinders is back for its fourth season on BBC Two to much hoopla. This highly rated gangland Brummie drama is adding an Oscar winner to its already stellar cast, Adrien Brody, whose character remains a mystery.
Aidan Gillen (Littlefinger in Game of Thrones) will also be joining the cast. The new season is set to kick off at Christmas time, when the Peaky Blinders risk annihilation as their enemies are drawing dangerously close.
Finding Escobar's Millions – Discovery 322/376 HD
A global fascination with deceased Columbian druglord Pablo Escocar was re-ignited thanks to Netflix hit series Narcos and has spawned a multitude of Escobar inspired shows – including Discovery’s new documentary series Finding Escobar’s Millions. Two former CIA officers travel to Columbia to track down his hidden fortune – rumoured to be hidden throughout the vast Columbian forests.
Crimes that Shook Britain – Sundays on CI BT Channel 328/380 HD
Crimes that Shook Britain, the engrossing true crime series returns to CI (Crime Investigation channel). Hosted by Sky news veteran Dermot Murnaghan, this series will explore some of Britain’s most recent and utterly shocking crimes.
This includes the Manchester Arena bombing and the murder of teacher Ann Maguire. Analysing the crimes and the trials that followed, Crimes that Shook Britain prides itself in exposing the truth while never being sensationalist.
The MTV EMAs – MTV November 12 at 5pm 309/371 HD
The MTV EMAs return for another promised night of A listers, outrageous outfits and of course some fantastic live music. This year live performers include breakout pop superstar Liam Payne, hip hop trail blazer Travis Scott and hip hop mega-star French Montana. Presenters will include James Bay, Will.i.am and David Guetta.
Secrets of My Family – Mondays on W at 9pm BT Channel 311
The One Show’s Alex Jones hosts this brand-new genealogy series that uses the latest DNA and ancestry technology to help everyday people discover their heritage. Some shocking and emotional reveals are promised, and even some family secrets shall be uncovered. Get your hankies ready, this looks set to be a tearjerker!
Murder on the Blackpool Express – November 11 on Gold at 9.30pm BT Channel 310
Never mind Murder on the Orient Express, it’s all about brand new Gold comedy Murder on the Blackpool Express this month. Starring Johnny Vegas and Car Share’s Sian Gibson, this feature length movie takes a unique spin on the classic Agatha Christie whodunit story. Vegas plays Terry a Blackpool coach driver who, with tour guide Gemma (played by Gibson), gets caught in a shocking conspiracy when each of the coach’s passengers start dropping off one by one.