TV weekly must watch

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

Start with the return of a Mexican mystery thriller about a man framed for his sister’s murder. Then follow a spirited and impulsive woman, who moves from her rural home to a fishing village attempting to reinvent itself as a seaside resort. Or watch a chilling real-life crime drama about the disappearance of Banaz Mahmod.

Alex discovers that his sister’s body isn’t where it’s supposed to be. New clues lead him to an unknown entity called Medusa. Who is Medusa and what is her involvement in all this? Will Alex finally discover who is behind Sara’s disappearance? Who Killed Sara? season 3, arrives on May 18, on Netflix.

Sanditon, season two, picks up with heroine Charlotte Heywood returning to the picturesque coastal resort, as the town is growing in popularity. Determined as ever to live a life less ordinary, Charlotte takes up the role of governess to Augusta Markham, Alexander Colbourne’s ward and niece, who reluctantly lives in a loveless home and soon gives Charlotte a run for her money. Charlotte’s spirited younger sister, Alison Heywood comes to Sanditon to pursue her own romantic dream, and joined by The Parkers, the second series promises new romances, friendships, and challenges for the residents as the Army make Sanditon their new base. Tom Parker strives to rebuild Sanditon but many unforeseen issues are awaiting him, while the secrets and lies of the dysfunctional Denhams continue to rock the foundations of the sunny seaside town. And, in her last summer season before turning 21, Georgiana Lambe, keen to forge her own identity, gets up to mischief in the name of love … but will she run the risk of being lonelier than ever before? Watch it now on BritBox.

Having discovered that a recently murdered woman had been to the police five times to report threats from members of her own family, DCI Goode vows she will not rest until she gets justice for her. Watch Honour on Showmax.

 

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