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Tom Hiddleston to return for two more instalments of The Night Manager

The first series, based on John le Carré’s novel of the same name, stars Tom Hiddleston (Loki) as Jonathan Pine, a former military man and the night manager of a luxury Egyptian hotel. When Pine gets involved with one of his guests, he ends up assisting task force leader Angela Burr (Olivia Colman, The Crown) in taking down a terrifying and ruthless arms dealer, Richard Roper (Hugh Laurie, Blackadder).

Martin Compston to star in new skincrawling thriller for Prime Video

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When Martyn and Rebecca up sticks for Glasgow, they think they’ve finally managed to escape London, two young children in tow. However, when new neighbour Jen makes unsettling remarks to Rebecca, the couple start to question if the fresh start is as idyllic as they first thought.

The show will star Martin Compston (Line of Duty) as Martyn, Anjli Mohindra (The Sarah Jane Adventures) as Rebecca and Solly McLeod as Jan (The Dead Don’t Hurt).

Prime Video soundtracks Jenna Coleman’s new revenge thriller with unreleased Taylor Swift song

The female led and created series follows Liv (Coleman), whose world is turned upside down when she discovers her husband Will, played by Oliver Jackson-Cohen (Haunting of Hill House), has been having an affair. Liv’s heartbreak is swiftly followed by rage, and the trailer shows her smashing a wine glass at a romantic dinner before ripping framed photos off the walls of their home.

Pretty Little Liars’ Ashley Benson is teased as the other woman, as she is seen walking alone with Will in one clip, and the object of Liv’s troubled glare in another.

Brian Cox to control new James Bond-inspired adventure reality series for Prime Video

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Cox, best known for his star turn in Succession as Waystar Royco CEO Logan Roy, will play The Controller, the enigma who determines the fate of the teams of two competing in a global adventure.

From the Scottish Highlands to Venice and Jamaica, the series will visit many iconic locations from the Bond franchise as it tests the intelligence, endurance and heroism of the contestants. As well as conquering all the obstacles in their path, they will have to answer the questions hidden in the different locations to progress to the next challenge.

The Power and the glory

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In many ways, what inspired The Power was my whole life,” is how author Naomi Alderman begins her roller-coaster tale. “I had just had a really bad break-­­up – one of those break-ups where you wake up every morning crying – and, having had this terrible break-up, I got on the Tube and saw a poster advertising a movie, which had a beautiful woman crying.

Prime Video drops electrifying trailer for The Power

Later this month, Prime Video will premiere The Power, transporting viewers to an alternate reality where teenage girls have the power to electrocute people at will.

The trailer offers a taster of the series' multiple, concurrent narratives. Stories are bound by the central theme, but set across the globe, featuring locations such as London, Seattle, Nigeria and Eastern Europe. The patriarchal power balance is reimagined in this fantastical dramedy, but what kind of effect will it have on society? “Power saves, power corrupts” reads the trailer.

Daisy Jones and the Six trailer promises love, drama and 70s rock and roll

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Loosely inspired by Fleetwood Mac, the fictional band Daisy Jones and the Six are one of the biggest bands in 70s America; until they mysteriously split up right at the height of their career.

Over 10 episodes, the series will unpack what tore the band apart, told through interviews with Daisy and the six.

Daisy Jones, the band’s lead singer, will be played by Riley Keough (The Girlfriend Experience), Granddaughter of rock icon Elvis Presley.

Martin Compston, Iain Glen and Emily Hampshire in the first look trailer of Prime Video’s supernatural thriller The Rig

Rose (Emily Hampshire), Magnus (Iain Glen) and Fulmer (Martin Compston) are among an oil rig crew 150 miles off the Scottish coast in the unpredictable and dangerous North Sea. While the crew are waiting to be collected to return to the mainland, the Kinloch Bravo rig is hit by huge tremors and encompassed by a supernatural mist, which leaves them deserted at sea with no communication to the outside world.

First look at Jez Butterworth’s new dark comedy drama Mammals starring James Corden

James Corden and Melia Kreiling as Jamie and Amandine sat on park bench in Mammals

In a world of eight billion, what happens after you’ve found the one? Can we stick to the promises we strove to keep, or are we all just mere Mammals? Butterworth's comedy-drama explores the complexity of modern marriage and fidelity through the eyes of Jamie (James Corden), a chef whose world implodes when he uncovers shocking secrets about his pregnant wife, Amandine (Melia Kreiling, Filthy Rich).

With the help of his brother-in-law Jeff (Colin Morgan, Belfast), Jamie finds himself hunting for answers.

Trailer released for British Call My Agent! adaptation Ten Percent

Prasanna Puwanarajah, Maggie Steed, Jack Davenport and Lydia Leonard in Ten Percent (credit: Amazon Prime Video)

Written by John Morton (W1A), the series follows a group of agents at a top London talent agency as they try to keep their demanding clients satisfied and their business afloat after the sudden death of the company’s owner.

Leading the cast of agents will be Jack Davenport as Jonathan, Maggie Steed as Stella, Prasanna Puwanarajah as Dan and Lydia Leonard as Rebecca.