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THE CHELSEA DETECTIVE, A TALE OF TWO THIEVES and more on ACORN TV this AUGUST

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New The Chelsea Detective and A Tale of Two Thieves are just some of the new shows on mystery streaming service Acorn TV this August.

The Chelsea Detective

Acorn TV Original Series, Streaming Exclusively on Acorn TV and AMC+
Series 2 Premiere Monday 28 August

The Chelsea Detective (Image - Acorn TV)
The Chelsea Detective (Image – Acorn TV)

Season Two brings new cases for Detective Inspector Max Arnold (Adrian Scarborough, Killing Eve) and the team to
investigate. Max is joined by sharp and quick-witted Detective Sergeant Layla Walsh (Vanessa Emme, Dublin Murders) from Exeter police.

Layla quickly gets used to Max’s unique style and will occasionally roll her eyes at the worst excesses of Chelsea.

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A Tale of Two Thieves

Streaming Exclusively on Acorn TV and AMC+
Documentary Premiere Monday 7 August

The Tale of Two Thieves (Image - Acorn TV)
The Tale of Two Thieves (Image – Acorn TV)

In 1963 in the English countryside, fifteen men pulled off ‘The Great Train Robbery’ netting today’s equivalent of £45 million.

This incredible docu-drama-film features Gordon Goody, one of the robbers going on the record and revealing the identity of the missing mastermind behind Britain’s most famous heist – the elusive and mysterious ‘Ulsterman’ who
disappeared into the ether with over £2 million.

Chronicle Mysteries

Streaming Exclusively on Acorn TV and AMC+
New Episodes Premiere Monday 14 August

Chronicle Mysteries (Image - Acorn TV)
Chronicle Mysteries (Image – Acorn TV)

Starring Alison Sweeney and Benjamin Ayers, the latest episode of Alex McPherson’s true crime podcast centers on the death of a man whose wife seems certain to be convicted for his murder.

As she follows the story, Alex, assisted by her colleague Drew Godfrey, becomes convinced that the wife didn’t do it, but unless she can identify and locate the killer before the trial reaches its conclusion, an innocent woman will take the fall for a murder she didn’t commit.

In the next episode, murder strikes close to home when disgraced self-help coach Billy Garrett looks to make a comeback in the Harrington area, after serving time for the death of a previous client. Alex McPherson is drawn to investigate when a new employee of the Chronicle (Chuck’s nephew) fails to return from Garrett’s workshop. Using the podcast as her cover, Alex and star reporter Drew Goddard, go undercover at the wilderness retreat. They arrive just in time for the murder of a retreat member, Daniel Baird.

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Samantha Kirkley
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Samantha Kirkley is a Melbourne based writer and taking over the internet one blog post at a time.
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