New BBC Drama Imagines England If The Nazis Had Won World War Two

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People may be obsessed with all of the TV that Netflix are making, thinking they’re the greatest gift to viewing since Charlie Chaplin fell over that one time, but they might be forgetting the channel that have been flying the flag of brilliant television for nearly 100 years.

The BBC have been constantly airing absolute bangers since their conception and, even in just the last couple of years, there’s too many to count. The Night Manager, Peaky Blinders, Sherlock, Luther, Taboo, Doctor Who, the list goes on. But this coming Sunday they’re back at it with a TV show that sounds suspiciously like Man in the High Castle.

It’s called SS-GB, is based on Len Deighton’s novel and is about an alternative future where the Nazis won World War Two. Douglas Archer is a detective who has to stay out of trouble whilst he works in between the Gestapo and Scotland Yard.

Have a watch of the trailer:

It looks amazing!

The show is in the very capable hands of Robert Wade and Neal Purvis, the brilliant men behind the scripts of Casino Royale, Skyfall, Spectre and more.

You can watch it on BBC1 on Sunday (19 Feb) at 9pm.

Will you? Let us know in the comments!

Images via BBC

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