A Criminal Affair

The American Presidency

February on SBS on Demand

SBS on Demand highlights for the month of February include Bloodlands, A Criminal Affair, The Walk-In, Sick, The American Presidency With Bill Clinton, Michel Roux’s French Country Cooking, The Head, Carmen Curlers, Barossa Gourmet with Justine Schofield, Devils, Alex, The Swiping Game, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, The Cook Up With Adam Liaw, Django, The Chosen Ones and Trainspotting With Francis Bourgeois. Bloodlands (season two) Series Premiere SBS On Demand Box-Set Wednesday, 1 February 2023 SBS & SBS On Demand (new episodes coming weekly) When an expensive car is pulled from the sea, veteran Northern Ireland police detective Tom Brannick (James Nesbitt) instantly sees the connection to an infamous cold case that holds enormous personal significance for him, involving a long-buried series of mysterious disappearances. His obsessive campaign to identify and unmask the semi-mythical figure behind these events leads him to a figure code-named Goliath. It’s a case that comes from Tom’s, and his country’s, dark past. Stars Victoria Smurfit, Charlene McKenna and Lisa Dwan. Bloodlands S2 will begin airing weekly on SBS from Wednesday, 1 February at 9.30pm. Episodes will be available same day at midnight on SBS On Demand. S1 is currently available on SBS On Demand. A Criminal Affair (series one) Australian Premiere Thursday, 2 February 2023 SBS On Demand (all eight episodes available to stream) A Criminal Affair tells the tragic story of a mother who has spent 15 years trying to exonerate her son who was incarcerated for a murder he didn’t commit. It’s also the story of a Major Crimes Unit detective who always suspected that someone close to him was involved in the killing but had remained silent. Stars Céline Bonnier, Louis Philippe Dandenault and Maxime-Olivier Potvin. A Criminal Affair will air at a later date on SBS. This series will be available in French Canadian and English with English subtitles. The Walk-In (series one) Australian Premiere Thursday, 2 February 2023 SBS & SBS On Demand (new episodes coming weekly) With a looming Brexit vote wreaking havoc across the British political landscape, tensions are high for activist Matthew Collins (Stephen Graham) and his advocacy group Hope Not Hate, who fear a violent, racist campaign from the British far-right. And when several Islamist-related terrorist attacks rip through the British public in 2017, right-wing extremist group, National Action, sense an opportunity. Stars Chris Coghill, Leanne Best, and Chris Coghill. The Walk-In will begin airing weekly on SBS from Thursday, 2 February at 9.30pm. Episodes will be available same day at midnight on SBS On Demand. Sick (series one) Australian Premiere Thursday, 2 February 2023 SBS On Demand (all eight episodes available to stream) When 26-year-old Alice (Carla Sehn) survives cervical cancer, she is eager to resume her life afresh in London just to realise it has all fallen apart during her treatment. Broke, and recently dumped by her boyfriend (who fell in love with a receptionist at the hospital) she is forced to move back to Sweden and in with her family. Stars Maria Nohra, Dejmis Rustom and Anna Blomberg. Sick S1 is an SBS On Demand Exclusive and will be available in Swedish with English subtitles. The American Presidency With Bill Clinton Australian Premiere Thursday, 2 February 2023 SBS & SBS On Demand (new episodes coming weekly) Hosted by President Bill Clinton, the series explores the history of the American presidency and the struggle for a more perfect union across six themed episodes: race, extremism, the struggle for rights, presidential vision, global power. The American Presidency With Bill Clinton will begin airing weekly on SBS from Thursday, 2 February at 8.30pm. Episodes will be available same day at midnight on SBS On Demand. Michel Roux’s French Country Cooking (season two) Australian Premiere Sunday, 5 February 2023 SBS Food & SBS On Demand (new episodes coming weekly) Join Chef Michel Roux once more and enjoy everything that spring in the South of France has to offer. In this eight-part series Michel cooks four recipes featuring the finest locally grown produce. Only the best fish and seafood, stunning vegetarian meals as well full-on feasts and barbecues for his wife, Giselle, friends, and family. Plus, a new mouth-watering French dessert every episode. Michel Roux’s French Country Cooking will begin airing weekly on SBS Food from Sunday, 5 February at 7.30pm. Episodes will become available at the same time on SBS On Demand. The Head (season 2) Australian Premiere SBS On Demand Box-Set Thursday, 9 February 2023 SBS On Demand (all six episodes available to stream) A massive freighter is crossing the Pacific Ocean,1.600 km from the nearest land. Onboard, Arthur Wilde (John Lynch) and his team of scientists have finally found a biological solution to Climate Change. All Arthur needs to do is sail back to land…when his most brilliant collaborator is found dead. When the team realises he has been decapitated, the nightmare returns. Who will survive? Stars Álvaro Morte, Tomohisa Yamashita and Katharine O’Donnelly. The Head S2 will air at a later date on SBS. This series will be available in English, Spanish and French with English subtitles. S1 is currently available on SBS On Demand. Carmen Curlers (series one) Australian Premiere Thursday, 9 February 2023 SBS On Demand (all eight episodes available to stream) How did a crazy invention change the world and the lives of women in a small town in the restless 60s? Carmen Curlers is inspired by actual events that began in 1963, when the entrepreneur Axel (Morten Hee Andersen) stumbled upon an invention: the electric curler. A revolutionary invention with a potential to liberate women with an easy, quick, and cheap way to get curly hair in ten minutes instead of hours at the salon. Stars Maria Rossing, Fanny Bornedal and Rosalinde Mynster. Carmen Curlers S1 will air at a later date on SBS. This series will be available in Danish with English subtitles. Barossa Gourmet with Justine Schofield (series one) Australian Premiere Wednesday, 15 February 2023 SBS Food & SBS On Demand (new episodes coming weekly) From the makers

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