TV weekly must watch

We’ve rounded up three great series you should keep an eye out for this week.

Watch a mini-series based on a best-selling novel about a man who is plunged into a dizzying mystery when his girlfriend vanishes. Then follow a judge confronting his deepest convictions when his son is involved in a hit and run that embroils an organized crime family. Or get ready for the return of a brilliant teenage detective who solves mysteries in her hometown.

Guillaume Lucchesi had drawn a line under the terrible tragedy which saw the two people he loved the most die … Sonia, his first love, and Fred, his brother. Ten years later, Judith, his new lover, suddenly disappears. To find her, Guillaume will have to face all the truths hidden by his family and friends, as well as the ones he’d decided to ignore. For better, but mostly for worse. Gone for good is based on the Harlan Coben best seller with the same name. Showing on Netflix.

The son of a prominent New Orleans judge accidentally kills another teenager in a hit-and-run collision. The judge urges him to turn himself into the police but changes his mind when he learns that the victim was the son of a local mafia kingpin. The judge’s attempts to dispose of the evidence have tragic consequences. Your Honor is a pulsating limited crime series now showing on Showmax.

Season two of Nancy Drew follows the legendary teen detective as she solves mysteries – both earthbound and supernatural – in her haunted hometown of Horseshoe Bay, Maine. Nancy) leads a sleuthing team of unlikely friends: George Fan, whose clairvoyant heritage will emerge through her encounters with the paranormal; Bess Marvin, a con artist and heiress with multiple lady admirers; Ned “Nick” Nickerson, Nancy’s ex and George’s boyfriend, a gifted mechanic with a tragic past; and philosophical slacker Ace whose computer-hacking skills have caused secret troubles that will soon be exposed. Now showing on M-Net, channel 101, with new episodes every Saturday.


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