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Top TV Shows 2020

We’ve rounded up all the details of the best TV shows you can look forward to in 2020 including Doctor Who and Call the Midwife.

BBC Call the midwife
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Christmas might be over, although we’re already counting down until this years!, and that does mean all the festive special are over – Bah Humbug! However get ready for huge drama’s, exciting Sci-Fi and of course a little reality TV as we round up the best TV shows you can look forward to in 2020.

Doctor Who – series 12
Doctor Who fans rejoice as the whole gang – Jodie Whittaker (The Doctor), Bradley Walsh (Graham), Tosin Cole (Ryan) and Mandip Gill (Yaz) – will all be back on your screens for series 12, and there’s going to be A LOT to look forward too!

Doctor Who series 11
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After Life – season 2
Rocky Gervaise will be back for a second series of the hugely popular comedy series, After Life.

Killing Eve – series 3
Although not completely confirmed, filming has been spotted! With villainous Villanelle back, what can Eve be in store for.

Belgravia – ITV
Belgravia, which tells the “story of secrets and dishonour amongst the upper echelon of London society in the 19th Century” will air on ITV and is set to be a favourite among Downton Abbey fans.

The Pale Horse – BBC
BBC’s Agatha Christie expert Sarah Phelps is back with The Pale Horse. The two-part drama will follow Mark Easterbrook (Rufus Sewell) take on an investigation into three witches.

The Pale Horse BBC
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Call The Midwife – series 9
Firstly, the Christmas special and then we can look forward to series nine which will start early 2020. The new chapter will begin with the funeral of Winston Churchill.

The New Pope – SKY
The series picks up where The Young Pope left off, with Jude Law’s Lenny Belardo, known as Pope Pius XIII, in a coma.

Gangs of London – SKY
When the head of a criminal organisation, Finn Wallace (Colm Meaney) is assassinated, the sudden power vacuum his death creates threatens the fragile peace between the intricate web of gangs operating on the streets of the city. -Think Peaky Blinders meet London!

2020 TV looks like a good one!

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