All the Acorn TV crime dramas to look out for next month
While broadcast networks are bringing their top TV crime dramas back, you’ll only get weekly episodes. What if you want to binge-watch a series? You still need streaming services like Acorn TV.
The great news is there are plenty of new TV crime dramas heading to Acorn TV throughout November 2020. We’re looking at each one of them in order of release.
Mystery Road Season 2
The second season of Mystery Road continues throughout November. There are two episodes left to air, starting on Monday, Nov. 2.
The series follows Aaron Pedersen, who teams back up with a sharp Indigenous detective, Jay Swan, and a local constable, Fran Davis, to solve a crime. One of the big issues is that an archeologist is hiding evidence to prevent her dig site from being closed.
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In Episode 5, Jay’s ex-wife Mary starts to see Simon’s true colors but doesn’t realize the danger she’s in until she ends up in hospital. Meanwhile, Jay is suspended when there’s a complaint against him.
Episode 6 will air on Monday, Nov. 9.
Detective Richard Treloar finds himself under investigation after a fatal shooting. While he awaits the results, he is given a desk job at the Police Museum. As he prepares a photographic exhibition, he is obsessed with a beautiful murder victim, scanner for her face in all the black and white images in the exhibition. This obsession could help to solve the cold case.
It’s a TV movie, perfect for those with little time. It drops on Acorn TV on Nov. 9.
Law & Order: UK
You’ve seen the American versions. Now it’s time to watch the UK version. It’s the same format pulling in both the law and the order side of things, but bringing in English law and courts.
Bradley Walsh plays DS Ronnie Brooks, a copper and friend to Jamie Bamber’s DS Matt Devlin. Ben Daniels, Freema Agyeman, and Bill Paterson also star in this excellent British take on the Dick Wolf format.
All 10 episodes of Season 1 will drop on Monday, Nov. 16. Season 2 drops on Monday, Nov. 30.
A Model Daughter: The Killing of Caroline Byrne
Acorn TV does a lot of true crime, and you’re not going to miss out in November. A Model Daughter: The Killing of Caroline Byrne tells the story of the search into the murder of Caroline Byrne, made to look like a suicide at first. Her dad refused to believe that.
The TV movie follows the investigation, including how her father, Tony Byrne, continued to fight for justice.
A Model Daughter: The Killing of Caroline Byrne is on Acorn TV on Monday, Nov. 16.
Finally, it’s all about the series that alternates between the back alleys of Dickensian London and a Gothic mansion. Told in the Victoria period, Fingersmiths follows Sue Tinder, who agrees to con a man only known as Gentleman. when she falls in love with Maud, things take a turn Sue never expected.
The two women are caught and separated. What happens in their own prisons and how do their experiences ensure their passion for each other remains?
Both episodes are available on Monday, Nov. 30.
Which Acorn TV crime dramas are you watching in November? Let us know in the comments below.
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