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Adaptations of best-sellers, the return of Russell T Davis and Shonda Rhimes’ take on the Austen era: there’s plenty of reasons to tune in in 2020.

1. Avenue 5

Scottish satirist Armando Iannucci’s space tourism sitcom stars silver fox Hugh Laurie as the captain of an accident-prone interplanetary cruiser, 40 years in the future. He’s ably supported by a Transatlantic cast including Rebecca Front, Suzy Nakamura, Josh Gad, Nikki Amuka-Bird and Himesh Patel. Think The Thick Of It gone sci-fi.

Expected: late January on Sky1

2. tar Trek: Picard

Trekkies assemble because the latest spin-off series sees veteran thesp Patrick Stewart return to the role of Captain Jean-Luc Picard for the first time in 18 years.

Expected: late January on Amazon Prime Video

3. The Pale Horse

The BBC’s resident Agatha Christie adaptor, screenwriter Sarah Phelps, is back in the saddle with this sumptuous supernatural two-part mystery set during the Sixties, following historian Mark Easterbrook (Rufus Sewell), whose name appears on a list of names found in a dead woman’s shoe.

Expected: February on BBC One

4. Noughts+Crosses

Stormzy in Noughts+Crosses

Stormzy in Noughts+Crosses

An ambitious adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s alternative history YA novels in which black Africans (known as “Crosses”) have achieved dominance over white Europeans (“Noughts”). Jack Rowan and Masali Baduza play star-crossed lovers Callum and Sephy but the headline-making turn comes from grime star Stormzy in his acting debut.

Expected: March on BBC One

5. The Mandalorian

Baby Yoda in the Mandalorian

Baby Yoda in the Mandalorian

The sole reason why Star Wars fans are feverishly awaiting Disney’s new streaming service to launch in the UK, because it brings the chance to (legally) watch the sci-fi franchise’s first ever live-action TV spin-off. Created by film director Jon Favreau, this “space western” follows the titular bounty hunter on gritty adventures through the galaxy. The show’s impossibly cute Baby Yoda has already gone viral.

Expected: March on Disney Plus

6. Belgravia  

Julian “Downton Abbey” Fellowes makes his TV comeback with this lavish six-parter about “secrets, scandal and dishonour amongst the upper echelon of London society in the 19th century”, beginning on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo. The top-hatted and bonnet-clad cast is led by Tamsin Greig, Philip Glenister, Alice Eve, Tara Fitzgerald, James Fleet and Harriet Walter.

Expected: spring on ITV

7. Quiz

Michael Sheen in Quiz

Michael Sheen in Quiz

From director Stephen Frears and writer James Graham, adapting his own Olivier-nominated play, comes this promisingly juicy drama about the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? “cough-gate” scandal. A high-calibre cast boasts Michael Sheen as Chris Tarrant, Matthew Macfadyen as Major Charles Ingram and Fleabag’s Sian Clifford as his wife Diana. Sure? Confident? Want to ask the audience? Splutter.

Expected: spring on ITV

8. The North Water

An all-male, all-bearded cast – including Stephen Graham, Tom Courtenay, Peter Mullan, Jack O’Connell and Colin Farrell – star in this four-part adaptation of Ian McGuire’s harrowing novel about a whaling expedition to the Arctic. It was shot in Svalbard, thought to be the furthest north a drama series has been ever filmed.

Expected: spring on BBC Two

9. Normal People

Normal People

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Sally Rooney has adapted her own bestselling novel about two Irish teenagers for the screen, turning it into 12 punchy episodes of half-an-hour apiece. The angsty millennial leads are played by Cold Feet’s Daisy Edgar Jones and TV debutant Paul Mescal.

Expected: spring on BBC Three

10. A Suitable Boy

The first screen adaptation of Vikram Seth’s door-stopping novel comes from writer Andrew Davies and director Mira Nair. This panoramic six-part saga tells the story of spirited student Lata (hotly tipped discovery Tanya Maniktala) who comes of age in Fifties India, at the same time as the country was carving out its own identity as an independent nation.

Expected: June on BBC One.

11. Bridgerton

Super-producer Shonda Rhimes’s debut series for Netlix is this adaptation of Julia Quinn’s period romance novels about the marriage merry-go-round in London high society during the Regency era. Ben Miller, Polly Walker and Derry Girls’ Nicola Coughlan are among the cast, while no less than Julie Andrews is on narration duties.

Expected: summer on Netflix.

12. Us

Tom Hollander and Saskia Reeves are the couple at war in David Nicholls’s four-part adaptation of his bestselling novel. While on a grand tour of Europe’s most beautiful cities, Hollander tries to win back the love of his wife and repair his troubled relationship with their teenage son (Doctor Foster’s Tom Taylor).

Expected: summer on BBC One.

13. Salisbury

Another factual drama, this one portraying the Novichok poisonings of Sergei and Yulia Skripal on British soil in spring 2018 and the effect the crisis had on the Wiltshire city’s residents. The cast is led by Anne-Marie Duff, Rafe Spall, Mark Addy and MyAnna Buring.

Expected: summer on BBC Two.

14. Roadkill

Helen McCrory has been cast as the Prime Minister in playwright David Hare’s major new four-part political thriller, joined by a heavyweight ensemble cast including Hugh Laurie, Sidse Babett Knudsen and Patricia Hodge

Expected: summer on BBC One.

15. Boys

Olly Alexander in rehearsals for Boys

Olly Alexander in rehearsals for Boys

From writer Russell T Davies comes this longtime passion project, a five-parter full of humour and heart which follows three young gay men during the Eighties AIDS crisis. The lead role will be played by Olly Alexander, frontman of pop band Years & Years, alongside Keeley Hawes, Stephen Fry and Neil Patrick Harris.

Expected: summer on Channel 4.

16. Life

This classy-but-soapy drama by Mike Bartlett of Doctor Foster fame follows the disparate residents of a large house in Manchester divided into flats. The promising cast includes Alison Steadman, Peter Davison, Adrian Lester, Victoria Hamilton and Rachael Stirling. Expect love, loss, birth, death and everything in between.

Expected: summer on BBC One.

17. Run

The new Killing Eve, anyone? Phoebe Waller-Bridge is at the helm of this HBO comedy-thriller about an ordinary woman called Ruby who “gets a text inviting her to fulfil a youthful pact, promising true love and self-reinvention by stepping out of her life to take a journey with her oldest flame”. Merritt Weaver and Domhnall Gleeson star, while Waller-Bridge has a recurring role.

Expected: autumn on Sky Atlantic.

18. The Last Days Of Marilyn Monroe

Based on Keith Badman’s 2010 book, this glamorously spicy drama promises to detail Monroe’s relationship with President John F Kennedy and explore the circumstances surrounding the actress’s death in 1962, aged just 36. Expect #metoo parallels.

Expected: autumn on BBC Two.

19. Nine Perfect Strangers

The new Big Little Lies, basically. Adapted from another Liane Moriarty novel, with Nicole Kidman as its star and executive producer, this glossy series follows nine highly-strung guests at a swanky but unorthodox health-and-wellness retreat.

Expected: autumn on Sky Atlantic.

20. Des

Another entry in the “true crime drama” genre sees David Tennant play serial killer Dennis Nilsen. Daniel Mays plays investigator DCI Peter Jay, while Jason Watkins is Nilsen’s biographer Brian Masters.

Expected: autumn on ITV.

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