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Everything new streaming this FEBRUARY 2024 on BRITBOX

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February 2024 is shaping up to be an exceptionally vibrant month for BritBox subscribers, with a rich tapestry of new arrivals and eagerly anticipated returns that promise to captivate, entertain, and intrigue.

The streaming platform, renowned for its comprehensive collection of British television, is introducing a compelling mix of original content and beloved series to its roster.

Leading the charge is the BritBox original exclusive, Three Little Birds, a drama deeply rooted in the real-life experiences of Sir Lenny Henry‘s mother, who emigrated from Jamaica to Great Britain in the 1950s. This series is not merely a narrative about migration; it is a poignant exploration of hope, resilience, and the search for a better life. Through the eyes of sisters Leah and Chantrelle, along with their friend Hosanna, audiences are invited on a journey fraught with challenges yet buoyed by the determination to succeed against the odds.

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The casting of Rochelle Neil, Yazmin Belo, and Saffron Coomber adds a profound depth to the storytelling, underpinned by the creative vision of Sir Lenny Henry, a figure synonymous with both comedy and serious drama. This narrative promises to be a life-affirming exploration of the immigrant experience, marked by the trio’s struggles and triumphs in integrating into British society.

For fans of the crime and mystery genre, BritBox does not disappoint, heralding the return of Professor T for its third season. This series, set against the prestigious backdrop of Cambridge University, follows Professor Jasper Tempest, portrayed by Ben Miller, a genius criminologist with a penchant for solving complex cases, albeit while navigating the challenges posed by his OCD and overbearing mother.

The inclusion of Emma Naomi and Barney White in the cast further enriches the series, which is celebrated for its intricate plotlines and deep character development. Professor T‘s return on 29th February is highly anticipated by its dedicated following, eager to delve into new mysteries and intellectual challenges.

Another highlight is the debut of Dalgleish, a series that promises to immerse viewers in the cerebral world of Inspector Adam Dalgliesh, played by Bertie Carvel. Based on the bestselling novels by P.D. James, this crime drama is set in the 1970s and showcases Dalgleish‘s exceptional detective skills as he tackles some of England’s most perplexing criminal cases.

The series, which also features Carlyss Peer and Jeremy Irvine, is a testament to the enduring appeal of well-crafted detective stories, offering both suspense and the satisfaction of unraveling mysteries alongside its protagonist.

Adding a contemporary twist to BritBox‘s February lineup is Rules of the Game, a drama that tackles the serious issue of workplace misconduct within the framework of a thriller. Maxine Peake stars as Sam Thompson, a manager at a family-run business who finds herself at the center of a maelstrom following the discovery of a body at her office.

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The series gains further complexity with the introduction of Maya, a new HR Director determined to challenge the company’s outdated culture, played by Rakhee Thakrar. As the narrative unfolds, viewers are drawn into a compelling investigation of past and present indiscretions, highlighted by Susan Wokoma‘s performance.

BritBox‘s February schedule is rounded off with a variety of other notable titles, including Churchill’s Secret, the fifth season of The Great Pottery Throw Down, the twenty-first season of Silent Witness, and the BAFTA Film Awards 2024.

Each addition serves to underscore BritBox‘s commitment to delivering a diverse and engaging viewing experience, ensuring that subscribers have a wealth of options to explore throughout the month.

Whether drawn to the allure of drama, the intrigue of crime mysteries, or the charm of competitive creativity, BritBox‘s February offerings are poised to satisfy a wide range of viewer preferences.

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