Downton Abbey S05
Beginning in the years leading up to World War I, the drama centers on the Crawley family and their servants. "The sun is rising behind Downton Abbey, a great and splendid house in a great and splendid park. So secure does it appear, that it seems as if the way of life it represents will last for another thousand years. It won't". In season 2, the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who work for them has been changed forever, since the Great War was declared at the end of the last season.
Jang Geu-Rae is a young man who fails to make it as a professional Baduk player and struggles with
the monotony of his bleak future. This is the extremely relatable story of Geu-Rae’s gradual awakening
and re-entry into society after living a much despondent and inconsequential existence. He joins the
bottom rank of the corporate office ladder and struggles to adapt to the fast-faced cycles. Geu-Rae
uses his knowledge and strategies of Baduk to apply those sets of skills to his work. As the title tells,
our protagonist is not yet alive, his life incomplete. As the show progresses Geu-Rae will grow and
mature in this coming of age drama.
When five year-old Oliver Hughes disappears while on holiday in France, it sets off a manhunt that will last for years to come. “The Missing,” a BBC One and STARZ Limited Series, is a gripping dramatic thriller that takes you inside the mind of a father, Tony (played by James Nesbitt), desperate to locate his lost son. With help from a local police detective (played by Tcheky Karyo), Tony embarks on an obsessive quest to find his son and those responsible for his disappearance. A gripping puzzle with twists and turns at every stage, Tony’s exhaustive search fractures his relationship with his wife, Emily (played by Frances O’Connor), and threatens to destroy his life. Told through a delicate and complex narrative, “The Missing” unfolds over two time frames simultaneously.