Lanigan's Rabbi is an American crime drama series that aired on NBC during the first half of 1977.
Norwegian miniseries based on Unni Lindell's mystery novel.
A true crime series that covers the stories of missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada.
Set in London, this three-part British miniseries was adapted by Gerald Seymour from his own novel. A visiting Israeli scientist was targeted for assassination by two different terrorist organizations: one Irish, one Arab. After working at cross-purposes for an extended length of time, the hired killers from both factions decided to join forces to carry out their murderous assignment.
Hard-boiled private dick Hamilton Nash is hired to investigate a case of stolen diamonds, which leads him to a lovely and odd young woman named Gabrielle, who believes she has been stricken with the ancient curse of the Dain family. The curse has historically caused its victims to die prematurely.
Steven Rambam is a private investigator who has pursued suspects all over the world. He has conducted or coordinated foreign insurance-related probes, including those of hundreds of deaths, and a significant number have resulted in confessions, arrests and prosecutions. In "Nowhere to Hide," Rambam recounts the most dramatic cases from his extensive file -- just when criminals think they have it made, the world-renowned PI finds them and brings them to justice. Each hourlong story interweaves exclusive undercover surveillance clips with the exotic adventures, before concluding with the captures.
Finney is a 5-hour, 6-episode made-for-British television film that follows the struggle for power between various crime families in the North of England.
Stadt, Land, Mord! is a German television series.
Stahlkammer Zürich is a German television series. Polish composer Joanna Bruzdowicz together with her husband, Horst-Jürgen Tittel, former top advisor to the president of the European Commission. Together, they created this 36-episode series. Bruzdowicz wrote over 15 hours of music for this series.