De­fend­ing the guilty

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In­former drama now tv/sky on de­mand, from mon­day With a fourth se­ries of the US drama on its way, now is the per­fect time to catch up with the ad­ven­tures of Remi Briggs (Jaimie Alexan­der, above right, with Sul­li­van Sta­ple­ton). Found naked in a holdall, am­ne­siac Remi is cov­ered in cryptic tat­toos that the FBI tries to de­ci­pher in or­der to solve a baf­fling crime. drama net­flix the Archie Comics’ adap­ta­tion is back for its third se­ries. the pre­vi­ous run ended in thrilling fash­ion with the un­mask­ing of the vil­lain­ous Black Hood, while Archie (KJ Apa, above right, with molly Ring­wald as Archie’s mother mary) was thrown in jail af­ter be­ing framed for mur­der. Can he and his loved ones find a way to clear his name? last chance BBC iPlayer, ends Fri­day A full se­ries of this promis­ing le­gal com­edy is head­ing our way, but for now view­ers have to make do with just the pi­lot episode. Will Sharpe (above left, with Kather­ine Parkin­son) plays an ide­al­is­tic trainee bar­ris­ter com­pet­ing for a full-time job with three other, far more cut-throat, col­leagues. With Kevin Spacey axed, Robin Wright leads the drama for its fi­nal run, with help from new co-stars diane Lane and greg Kin­n­ear (above, with Wright left), who play wealthy, po­lit­i­cally pow­er­ful sib­lings. the se­ries opens as Claire Un­der­wood says a none-too­fond farewell to her hus­band, be­fore prov­ing she’s more cun­ning than he ever was.


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