The best David Tennant TV shows
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Everyone’s a murderer, you just need a good reason and a bad day. From death row to a quaint English village, Steven Moffat's devilish drama with David Tennant and Stanley Tucci.
The modern adventures across space and time - from Christopher Eccleston to Jodie Whittaker. It's the trip of a lifetime.
Dramatisation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's book about an angel and a demon joining forces to prevent the end of the world. With Michael Sheen and David Tennant.
Following the tragic end of her brief superhero career, Jessica Jones tries to rebuild her life as a private investigator, dealing with cases involving people with remarkable abilities in New York City.
When a seemingly happy family is murdered by someone known and trusted, cracks appear on the surface of a supposedly idyllic community.
An astronaut named Gary and his planet-destroying sidekick called Mooncake embark on serialized journeys through space in order to unlock the mystery of where the universe actually ends and if it actually does exist.
Spoof documentary sequel to Twenty Twelve with Hugh Bonneville, following former Olympic Deliverance Commission chief Ian Fletcher in his new job as head of values at the BBC.
There She Goes
David Tennant and Jessica Hynes play the parents of a severely disabled nine-year-old in Shaun Pye's comedy drama, which is based on his own experience of raising his daughter.
"Twenty Twelve" is a spoof documentary series following the challenges faced by the fictional team entrusted with organising the London Olympic Games. In the opening edition, the marketing team comes up with the idea of a clock to mark 1,000 days to the opening of the games. When the clock is installed outside the Tate Modern on the banks of the Thames, it has a potentially disastrous design flaw that no one previously noticed. Meanwhile, the process of deciding which public figures should be approached to carry the Olympic Torch around Britain begins, and head of deliverance Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville) discovers he is going on a romantic break with his wife - whether he likes it or not. The series also features Jessica Hynes, Amelia Bullmore and Olivia Colman. It is narrated by David Tennant. It premiered on BBC Four in March 2011 before transferring to BBC Two in July of the same year.
Around the World in 80 Days
Following an outrageous wager, wealthy Englishman Phileas Fogg and his French valet, Passepartout, take on the unlikely challenge of circumnavigating the globe in just 80 days. The pair are swiftly joined on their journey by aspiring journalist Abigail 'Fix' Fortescue, who seizes the chance to report on this extraordinary feat. Adaptation of Jules Verne's late 1800s-set adventure, starring David Tennant, Ibrahim Koma and Leonie Benesch
Fact-based drama starring David Tennant as notorious serial killer Dennis Nilsen, who was arrested in 1983 after the discovery of decaying human remains in the drains of his property in Muswell Hill, north London. Also starring Daniel Mays, Jason Watkins and Barry Ward
Murder mystery with David Tennant and Olivia Colman. An idyllic seaside town in Dorset becomes the focus of police activity and media attention following the death of an 11-year-old boy.
Comedy with David Tennant and Michael Sheen as actors who were due to put on a play in the West End before it was put on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Escape Artist
A junior barrister celebrated for spiriting people out of tight legal corners represents an accused murderer.
The Politician's Husband
Political drama series about a marriage between two politicians, and what happens when the wife's career starts to overshadow her husband's.
Spies of Warsaw
A military attaché at the French embassy is drawn into a world of abduction, betrayal and intrigue in the diplomatic salons and back alleys of Warsaw.
This Is Jinsy
The series follows Arbiter Maven (Justin Chubb) (the 17th Arbiter and "Wearer of the Hat") and Operative Sporall (Chris Bran) (nice hair and "Wearer of the Beige Suit") as they keep a close eye on the 791 residents of Jinsy from the Great Tower in the parish of Veen. Life on the island is rather Orwellian: each colorful member of the community is monitored by a surveillance system of tessellators, from local folk dribbler Melody Lane (Justin Chubb) to weather monk Tracee Henge (David Hatton). The tessellators include video cameras for surveillance, but also little screens to allow the residents to watch important island events, such as the tri-annual island cow wash (live from Glotters Field). Additionally, they include a handy slot for paying fines, and a sphincter nozzle for product and pill downloads. Each episode features a notable guest star. Some of the biggest names in comedy, from Stephen Fry to Olivia Colman, have appeared on the show.
After his wife Rita's fatal car accident, Dave tries to raise his four children, helped by Rita's best friend Sarah. Things get complicated when mourning gives way to romantic feelings, while his kids remain sincere priority.
After a life spent seeking pleasure and decadence, Casanova seeks his one true love, Henriette.
Soon after local entrepreneur Ripley Holden (Morrissey) opens his arcade in his beloved home town of Blackpool, a murder investigation makes tears at the fabric of his personal and professional lives.
He Knew He Was Right
Louis Trevelyan's refusal to trust his wife Emily destroys their marriage.