This June there’s plenty to get excited about with BT TV. From new episodes of the critically acclaimed 80's tech drama Halt and Catch Fire to the continuation of History's History of Football, there’s something for everyone.
Keep reading for our must-watch guide for the week ahead.
History of Football airs on History from May 28 to June 10 – BT TV channel 327/379 HD.
History is gearing up for a worldwide football event this summer, a 14-day, 24/7 television special – the History of Football.
Capturing the anticipation and excitement ahead of the 2018 World Cup, the season of programming includes documentaries and specials about the most famous footballing icons and events of all time.
Return to Turin: Italia 90 is one of the documentaries featured in the season, and looks back at England’s road to the semi-finals through the eyes of players Gary Lineker, Paul Parker and Terry Butcher.
Halt and Catch Fire season 3, Fridays at 9pm on AMC - exclusive to BT customers
Halt and Catch Fire is back for its third season on AMC. A highly stylised American drama set during the computer age and boom of the 80s, its stars include Lee Pace, Mackenzie Davis and Scoot McNairy.
In series 3, Mutiny continues to grow but Donna and Cameron seek a new profitable concept and Joe success continues – even snatching one of Mutiny’s coders from virtually underneath their noses.
Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo – Wednesdays at 9pm on AMC - exclusive to BT customers
Get ready for more Deep South hijinks, as Hap Collins (James Purefoy) and Leonard Pine (Michael Kenneth Williams) are back in action for the second season of AMC’s delightful, raucous television adaptation of Joe R. Lansdale‘s long-running book series.
Mucho Mojo catches up with the titular duo after the calamity of the first season when the discovery of a dead body drags the best buddies smack into the middle of a murder mystery.
James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction - Tuesdays at 9pm on AMC - exclusive to BT customers
Academy Award-winning filmmaker James Cameron hosts this fascinating series about the evolving film landscape of science fiction. Expect intimate chats between James and his contemporaries behind the camera, including Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Ridley Scott.
This six-part series kicks off with ‘Alien Life’ as Spielberg, Scott and Sigourney Weaver explore the question: What can aliens teach us about ourselves?
Carter on Alibi - Wednesdays at 9pm on Alibi, BT Channel 312
Jerry O’Connell of Stand by Me and Billions fame is the star of this tongue-in-cheek detective series. Jerry stars as Carter, a disgraced Hollywood actor famed for playing a detective who returns to his rural Canadian town only to be roped into solving real life crimes. Co-stars include Sydney Tamiia Poitier and Kristian Bruun and Carter offers a fun and breezy comedy – not something typically offered in the detective genre.
I Am A Killer – Tuesdays at 9pm on Crime + Investigation, BT TV channel 328
The new series gives a fascinating and in-depth insight into the stories of prisoners on death row in America, awaiting their fate. Showing that there are multiple sides to every story, each one-hour episode profiles 10 prisoners convicted of murder and sentenced to death. The series features never before seen footage with extraordinary access to prisons across America. Each convicted prisoner recounts the events that led up to their crime and, shockingly, the event itself.
We discover their motivations, their expectations and ultimately how they now view the crime, after time spent on death row. Different viewpoints and the impact of decisions made in a split second that have changed the course of the killers’ lives throw into question the viewer’s opinions towards the killers.
Quantico series 3 - Thursdays at 9pm on Alibi, BT Channel 312
Priyanka Chopra returns as the star of FBI drama Quantico. It is now three years since CIA Analyst Alex Parrish (Chopra) escaped the US for a crime she didn’t commit, but is now forced to return to the country after learning of FBI Agent Shelby’s kidnapping and vows to help locate and free him – before time runs out.
13 Reasons Why on Netflix
Netflix's controversial teen drama returns for a second season. Series one saw the tragic suicide of bullied high schooler Hannah, and now her former schoolmates are in court after their school is sued by Hannah’s mother.
As some students call for justice for their lost friend while others ruthlessly defend themselves against the accusations unveiled in the first season, new secrets unfold as a series of Polaroid pictures emerge across the town.
The Staircase on Netflix
Netflix has become the streaming home of true crime thanks to hits such as Making of a Murderer and Evil Genius. Now comes The Staircase, the revival of the cult crime series of 2004 about the trial of Michael Peterson, a crime novelist who was accused of murdering his second wife Kathleen Peterson.
Netflix is re-releasing old episodes as well as adding several new ones that update the story and provide incredible access to Peterson and all those who were involved in his shocking case.
AMC, Gold, W, Crime + Investigation and HISTORY are among 60 premium channels available on BT TV.
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