BBC One have released the first trailer for the upcoming fourth series of Luther, starring Idris Elba. The two-episode new series sees Luther called back from a leave of absence when a brutal serial killer terrorises London. With the police at a loss, it’s not long before Luther is on the case and must race against time to catch him before he strikes again. The new series premieres at 9pm on December 15th.
A new poster for Game Of Thrones seems to confirm one of the show’s biggest mysteries, depicting a bloody but very much alive Jon Snow (Kit Harington). Rumours have been rife as to whether or not Snow survived the brutal stabbing at the end of last series. All those involved with the show are keeping tight-lipped as to what this poster means. Guess we’ll have to wait until April 2016 to find out.Netflix have released the first trailer for the second season of Better Call Saul, which will be released on 16th February. The series, which is a prequel to Breaking Bad, tells the story of Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) years before he went on to become slick lawyer Saul Goodman. Last series finished with Jimmy stuck between choosing a safe, corporate job or falling back into his old Slippin’ Jimmy ways.
Netflix have also announced that Sonia Braga (Royal Pains) has joined the cast of their next Marvel co-production, Luke Cage. Braga will play Soledad Temple, mother to Rosario Dawson’s Claire Temple, who previously appeared in Netflix’s first Marvel series, Daredevil. Braga joins a cast which also includes Alfre Woodard (State of Affairs) Maherashala Ali (House of Cards), Simone Missick (Everything I Did Wrong In My 20s) and Theo Rossi (Sons of Anarchy).
Taboo, a new co-production from BBC One and FX has started rounding out its cast, announcing that Jonathan Pryce (Game Of Thrones), Oona Chaplin (Game Of Thrones) and Michael Kelly (House Of Cards) have all signed up. The period drama, written by Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders), tells the story of a young diamond hunter who returns home to avenge the death of his father.
Finally, FX have renewed Fargo for a third season. Created by Noah Hawley, the crime series is loosely based on the 1996 film by Joel and Ethan Coen. Each season tells a new story in an anthology format and has proven to be a hit with audiences and critics alike. The new series will air sometime in 2016.