Everything new this NOVEMBER 2023 on ACORN TV

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All the new series and films available on AMC Networks’ streaming services AMC+ and ACORN TV this November.

November on ACORN TV and AMC+:

Mrs Sidhu Investigates – Acorn TV Original Series

New Series Premieres on Acorn TV and AMC+ on Monday 6 November

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Adapted from the popular BBC Radio 4 series, Mrs Sidhu Investigates follows Mrs. Sidhu (Meera Syal, The Kumars at No. 42, Yesterday, Anita and Me), a high-end caterer with a taste for crime who solves murders and other ghastly crimes amongst the affluent residents of Berkshire.

A lifetime of being an “Indian Aunty,” invisible to the elite, has sharpened her skills as an investigator: an instinct for truth, a warmth with people and a persistent sense of nosiness. Recently widowed, Mrs. Sidhu juggles her new catering business with wrangling her wayward son, Tez (Gurjeet Singh, Ackley Bridge), all while serving up justice to those who believe they are above the law.

Her forays into crime see her form an unofficial partnership with the world-weary DCI Burton (Craig Parkinson, Line of Duty, Grace), who reluctantly accepts that together, they’re an unbeatable crime fighting duo, much to the bemusement of his partner, DS Mint (Naana Agyei-Ampadu, Death in Paradise).


Series 2 Binge Premieres on Acorn TV and AMC+ on Monday 6 November

Starring Tchéky Karyo, Julien Baptiste is not the man we left at end of series one. After enduiring a horrific personal tragedy, Julien has pushed Celia away and is looking for any distraction – whether that be the bottom of the bottle or a new case – to consume him. When Ambassador Emma Chambers’ whole family disappears in the Hungarian mountains, Julien finds his new case.

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The Chase

Series 2 Binge Premieres on Acorn TV and AMC+ on Monday 13 November

Welcome to the world of Chevin Chase, a family-run veterinary practice in Yorkshire, where sparks fly and backstabbing is all part of the business. When George Williams (Keith Barron) announces his retirement, his pregnant daughter, Anna (Gaynor Faye) is left to pick up the pieces of the struggling practice with her estranged sister, Sara (Nicola Stephenson).

Surrounded by a multitude of animal illnesses, the staff must also contend with problems of their own as tensions mount, personalities clash and dark secrets are exposed.

The Chase – Acorn TV Exclusive Series (image – AMC)

The Gone – Acorn TV Exclusive Series

Two-Episode Premiere on Acorn TV and AMC+ on Monday 20 November; episodes continue weekly

When a young Irish couple vanishes from a small town in the North Island of New Zealand, Irish Detective Theo Richter teams up with Kiwi Detective Diana Huia to find them.

Amidst the search and a race against time, the pair has to contend with a community’s growing disquiet that the disappearances may be linked to the historical Mountain Murders, whilst also battling their own personal demons.

Starring Richard Flood (Grey’s Anatomy), Carolyn Bracken (Dublin Murders), Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones) and Acushla-Tara Kupe (Under the Vines).

Mrs. Wilson

Binge Premiere on Acorn TV and AMC+ on Monday 27 November

In this drama based on true events, Ruth Wilson (His Dark Materials) plays her own real life grandmother, Alison, whose husband, former spy Alexander (Iain Glen), dies suddenly in 1963.

Soon afterwards, a woman comes to the door, claiming to be Alec’s “real wife.” Determined to find out who her husband really was, Alison makes discoveries that threaten to tear her carefully crafted world apart.

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Kyle Laidlaw
Kyle Laidlaw
An avid media enthusiast of more than 10 years, Kyle regularly follows all things TV related, both in Australia and overseas with a particular interest in local free-to-air scheduling and new show commissions.



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