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Based on a 1970s alternative history novel written by acclaimed author Len Deighton, this drama series follows a British detective named Douglas Archer as he attempts to solve a murder case in Nazi-occupied London following Germany's win in the Battle of Britain. What initially seems like a straightforward police operation soon escalates into a more serious affair, as Archer faces a crisis of conscience over whether or not to stand up to his new bosses, the SS. Archer's dilemma is made even more complex when issues surrounding love, trust and patriotism enter the fray.

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aired 415 days ago
Barbara faces the ruthless Kellermann in his cells, desperate to know not only what is going on between Huth and Archer but also what was on the burnt film found at her house.
aired 416 days ago
Archer and Harry attempt to drive the King out of London, but things do not go to plan.
aired 416 days ago
Barbara's surprise proposal could provide a safe haven for Archer and his son, but can he trust her?
aired 416 days ago
Finding the missing atomic bomb documents becomes Archer's main priority.
aired 416 days ago
A meeting with Professor Springer underlines why the SS desperately needs to find Dr. John Spode.
aired 416 days ago
Archer's gut feeling that a crime is far bigger than it would at first seem is confirmed.

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