It’s a crime to miss these 6 hit international shows

The Boston Miracle, a robbery on London’s diamond mile and a Latin American narco queen – you can’t afford to miss out on these hit series.

City on a Hill S1

The Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge star in this gritty crime drama series set in Boston in the early 1990s, where brazen criminals and corrupt cops own the streets. Following an armoured truck heist, ambitious new Assistant District Attorney Decourcy Ward forms an unlikely alliance with corrupt yet renowned FBI veteran Jackie Rohr to clean up the city’s justice system in this fictional account of what came to be known as the "Boston Miracle".

Starts Tuesday 23 July on M-Net (101) at 22:00

Hatton Garden S1

This four-part miniseries is based on the real-life story of three elderly robbers who made off with £14 million from a vault in London’s diamond district over a sleepy bank holiday weekend in 2015. Starring Timothy Spall (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows), Alex Norton, David Hayman, Nasser Memarzia, Kenneth Cranham and Brian F O'Byrne.

Wednesday 24 July on ITV CHOICE (123) at 20:00

American Crime S1-3

Praised by the New Yorker as a “sincere, thoughtful, and heart-breaking…a stark fairytale about how power can disguise itself”, this grim anthology drama series from John Ridley (the screenwriter for 12 Years a Slave), features an ensemble cast including Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton and Regina King. Each season focuses on topical issues plaguing America's justice system, as the victims struggle through the crime’s devastating aftermath.

Available for streaming on Showmax

Supernatural S14

Catch Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles in a brand-new season of cult horror series Supernatural, first on M-Net City. The season premiere sees Sam and his new band of Hunters on a mission to find Dean, who’s still missing three weeks after Apocalypse World.

Starts Saturday 20 July on M-Net City (115) at 20:50

Ransom S3

Catch it while you can! This riveting crime drama centres on a crack team of investigators – led by expert hostage negotiator Eric Beaumont (Luke Roberts) – who do their best to solve or avoid crimes with dialogue instead of violence. The show returns for season 3, but this will sadly the last leg for the team.

Wednesday 23 July on Universal (117) at 20:00

Woman of Steel S5

Narco queen Vicenta Acero (Carolina Miranda) is back for the final season of this crime telenovela that’s been steadily growing in popularity since its premiere. This season kicks off six years later with the return of arch-villain El Teca, now played by Spanish-American actor William Miller. Still obsessed with destroying the Acero family, El Teca now has his murderous sights set on Vicenta’s young son, Danielito. Fans have a whopping 69 episodes of carnage to look forward to before the final curtain falls on the Senora Acero.

Tuesday 22 July on Telemundo (118) at 21:00