TV this week: The Tunnel under troubled water

August 1st, 2014 9:00 am| by admin

Viewers of new series The Tunnel may notice something uncannily similar. The series, based on the popular plotline of The Bridge, sees a body lying on the tracks of the Eurostar between France and England and the dual attempts to solve the case.

Award-winning British documentary Freddie Mercury: the Great Pretender takes a closer look at Queen’s frontman and his attempts to go solo as well as showing unseen footage of concerts and interviews. 

SVT1, Fri 21:50 Freddie Mecury: the Great Pretender

Elsewhere, watch the fifth series of River Monsters (K6, Sat 20:00) to see what lurks beneath the surface of the water, while documentary Guns in America (DR3, Sat 19:15) investigates the relationship between guns and crime in the US. 

TV3+, Tue 21:05 The Social Network

Get your Facebook fix
Facebook has started to take over many aspects of our daily lives and the must see film The Social Network depicts Zuckerberg’s journey. Other films include J. Edgar (Zulu, Fri 20:50) starring Leonardo DiCaprio and The Whistleblower (DR2, Fri 20:00).

TV3+, Wed 19:30 Football: F.C. København-Dnipro

Football fever
It’s that time of year where the football seasons start and the competitions begin. Watch Hobro-Brøndby IF (TV3+, Sun 18:00) in the Superliga, as well as F.C. København-Dnipro and Brøndby IF-Club Brügge (TV3+, Thu 19:30) in the UEFA Champions League qualifications.

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