February on BritBox – highlights include Three Little Birds, Professor T, Dalgleish and Rules of the Game.

February brings a wave of excitement with a new and exclusive series to BritBox this month. British telly enthusiasts will be enchanted by the new and exclusive BritBox original, Three Little Birds. This phenomenal drama is inspired by real events, and follows three women on their journey as they leave Jamaica in the 1950s for Great Britain.

Crime enthusiasts are in for a thrilling ride thanks to the return of Professor T, plus the introduction of a gripping new series, Dalgleish. Get ready to unravel the secrets, mysteries, and drama that await in this month’s content.

February on BritBox

THREE LITTLE BIRDS

NEW BRITBOX ORIGINAL EXCLUSIVE

GENRE: DRAMA

From shore to distant shore, this Britbox Original has inspiration, hardship and drama Three Little Birds is a life-affirming drama, written by Sir Lenny Henry and inspired by his mother’s stories about leaving Jamaica in the 1950s for Great Britain.

The show follows sisters Leah and Chantrelle, and their friend Hosanna as they start a new life in England. While we learn shocking truths about the lives they left behind, the voyage of discovery is not smooth sailing for our trio, but they are determined to succeed and overcome the many obstacles of integration into a different country as they build their new lives in Britain.

Starring Rochelle Neil (The Nevers, Guilt), Yazmin Belo (What Just Happened) and Saffron Coomber (Tracey Beaker Returns, Eastenders) created by renowned actor, comedian, presenter and writer Sir Lenny Henry.

February on BritBox

PROFESSOR T

PREMIER EXCLUSIVE AND NEW TO BRITBOX

GENRE: CRIME, MYSTERY

This much loved crime series returns for a third season

Professor Jasper Tempest, a genius Cambridge University criminologist with OCD, and an overbearing mother, advises the police.

Starring Ben Miller (Bridgerton, Death in Paradise), Emma Naomi (Bridgerton, Surprised By Oxford), Barney White (Against the Law, Instrument of Law).

Streaming on BritBox 29th February

February on BritBox

DALGLIESH

NEW TO BRITBOX

GENRE: CRIME DRAMA

Based on P.D. James’s bestsellers, starring Bertie Carvel as enigmatic Inspector Adam Dalgliesh In the 1970s, Detective Chief Inspector Adam Dalgliesh must use his extraordinary skills to solve some of the most mysterious and complex criminal cases in England.

Starring Bertie Carvel (The Crown, Doctor Foster), Carlyss Peer (The Crown, Country Lines) and Jeremy Irvine (Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!, Billionaire Boys Club).

Streaming on BritBox 8th February

February on BritBox

RULES OF THE GAME

NEW TO BRITBOX

GENRE: DRAMA

When new HR Director Maya begins her job at Fly, she tries to shake up the old fashioned lads culture and begins investigating historic cases of misconduct.

In a workplace thriller `Rules of the Game’ Maxine Peake stars as stalwart manager Sam Thompson, who works at a family-run business. Sam is rattled when she arrives at the office one day to find a body at reception and begins to reflect on recent events at the company.

New HR officer Maya, portrayed by Rakhee Thakrar, had begun to examine historic cases of misconduct and question the toxic work culture, but her efforts had been resisted by Sam. Meanwhile, the company finds itself the subject of an investigation by DI Eve Preston.

Starring Maxine Peake (The Theory of Everything, Shameless), Rakhee Thakrar (Wonka, Sex Education), Susan Wokoma (Enola Holmes, Cheaters).

Streaming on BritBox 22nd February

February on BritBox

COMPLETE LIST OF WHAT’S COMING TO BRITBOX IN FEBRUARY 2024 – IN DATE ORDER

THREE LITTLE BIRDS, S1, 1 FEBRUARY 2024

CHURCHILL’S SECRET, 2 FEBRUARY 2024

THE GREAT POTTERY THROW DOWN, S5, 5 FEBRUARY 2024

DALGLIESH, S1, 8 FEBRUARY 2024

SILENT WITNESS, S21, 15 FEBRUARY 2024

BAFTA FILM AWARDS 2024, 19 FEBRUARY 2024

RULES OF THE GAME, 22 FEBRUARY 2024

PROFESSOR T, S3, 29 FEBRUARY 2024

February on BritBox

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February on BritBox