Psychologist and ex-FBI profiler Inger Johanne Vik returns to Sweden, hoping for a more balanced home and career life. But after her daughter, who has autism, becomes an unwitting witness to a murder, Inger is drawn into investigating a series of brutal murders in Stockholm. She and local detective Ingvar Nyman discover a pattern as the deaths increase. This Swedish series is presented with English subtitles.
In front of an ecstatic sold-out crowd of 21,000, the band delivers hit after hit, mixing classics with new songs from the album, including “Hungry Like The Wolf,” “A View To A Kill,” and favorites “Wild Boys” and “Rio.”
More than 50 years after its debut, "The French Chef" remains important television. That’s why today’s most popular chefs, celebrities and Julia devotees have joined PBS to share personal insights and engage in light-hearted conversations as they screen — and delight in — Julia’s most-beloved episodes.
Jane Austen was chronically ill with a mysterious disease in early 1817, when she turned her thoughts to a happier subject. She started work on a witty and delightful novel set in a seaside town. She never finished it. Now, noted screenwriter Andrew Davies picks up Austen’s plot and takes it in a glorious and satisfying direction.