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Everything new coming to BRITBOX in January

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BritBox has the largest streaming collection of British drama and comedy, all in one place.

In January 2021, BritBox will be welcoming a broad range of titles to the service including exclusive and premiere content.

January 1st

Luther, Season 5

Starring Idris Elba, Season 5 of Luther will arrive in BritBox in January, with Australians able to watch the complete series of Luther all in one place. 

Luther and his new recruit, DS Catherine Halliday, confront a new series of grisly murders that grow increasingly gruesome. Along the way, Luther must make difficult decisions that could yield life changing consequences.


Dial M for Middlesborough

An Australian premiere exclusive to BritBox, Dial M for Middlesborough (Johnny Vegas, Sian Gibson, Joanna Page) follows the hugely successful Agatha Christie inspired whodunits Murder on the Blackpool Express and Death on the Tyne (also BritBox exclusives).

Unlikely super-sleuths return with a killer group of comedy greats in this latest BritBox title. 


Poldark, Seasons 1-5

Award winning Poldark arrives, with the full box set available exclusively to BritBox in Australia. Poldark fans can now watch the full series from start to finish exclusively.

Ross Poldark (Aiden Turner) returns from the American Revolutionary War to find his father dead, his estate in ruins and his lover engaged to another man. Slowly but steadily, he attempts to rebuild his life. 


Unforgotten, Seasons 1-3

Seasons 1-3 of iconic drama Unforgotten will be arriving new to BritBox in January 2021.

Starring Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar, Unforgotten sees London detectives investigate crimes from the past, unravelling secrets buried for years. 



Doctor Who, Season 12

BritBox Australia has the largest streaming collection of Doctor Who, and this January will be adding Season 12 of this iconic British title to the service.

The Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) returns to BritBox in Season 12, resuming her time and space travels.



Additional titles launching on 15th January 2021 include: 

  • Ballet Shoes
    (Richard Griffiths, Emma Watson, Lucy Boynton)
    Adopted by an eccentric explorer, three orphans struggle to fulfil their ambitious dreams.
  • Blithe Spirit
    (Judi Dench, Isla Fisher)
    A spiritualist medium holds a seance for a writer suffering from writers block, but accidentally summons the spirit of his deceased wife which leads to an increasingly complex love triangle with his wife of five years.
  • Cause Celebre
    (Helen Mirren)
    The trial of a woman and a chauffeur for the murder of her architect husband causes uproar in 1930’s England.
  • Coming Through
    (Helen Mirren, Kenneth Branagh)
    A celebrated cast star in this movie by award winning playwright Alan Plater about one of the great love affairs and greatest scandals of the twentieth century, D.H Lawrence’s passionate relationship with Frieda Weekley.
  • The Fourth Protocol
    (Michael Caine, Pierce Brosnan)
    British spy, John Preston (Michael Caine) recently demoted by his boss for a well-intentioned but unsanctioned mission, stumbles onto a covert plot by KGB agent Valery Petrofsky (Pierce Brosnan) who is attempting to build and detonate a nuclear bomb on British soil and blame it on the Americans.
  • A Handful of Dust
    (Kristin Scott Thomas)
    English Aristocrat (James Wilby) welcomes tragedy into his life when he invites John Beaver (Rupert Graves) to visit his vast estate. There, Beaver makes the acquaintance of Tony’s wife, Brenda (Kristin Scott Thomas).
  • The Eagle Has Landed
    (Michael Caine)
    A 1976 British War film directed by John Sturges and starring Michael Caine, Donald Sutherland and Robert Duvali.
  • The Ipcress File
    (Michael Caine)
    When famous scientist Dr Radcliffe is abducted and his security guard is killed, British spy Harry Palmer steps in to investigate the case and rescue the victim.
  • The Red Shoes
    (Robert Helpmann)
    A young ballerina is torn between her art and her romance with a young composer.
  • Without A Clue
    (Michael Caine, Ben Kinglsey)
    A farcical take on the Sherlock Holmes stories, which proposes that the world’s greatest detective is merely the fictional creation of Dr Watson, the real crime solving genius.

21st January

Your Home Made Perfect, Season 2

BritBox launched with season 1 of Your Home Made Perfect, with Season 2 arriving in January 2020.

An Australian premiere exclusive to BritBox, lifestyle show Your Home Made Perfect is hosted by Angela Scanlan and uses virtual reality and visual effects for people to see what their home could look like before building it in reality. 

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