In autumn you want to stay at home, wrap yourself in a warm blanket and spend a cozy evening with a Cup of tea and a series. But it becomes so much, and the forces on them are so small that time watching numerous seasons absolutely no. We figured out how to handle it.
gathered for you a list of mini-series for every taste, which can be viewed in just a couple of days.
© The Beauty Inside / B-Reel Films
Every morning Alex wakes up in a new body. For 6 series he tells about his life and the people with whom he meets in different guises. It's amazing how differently they perceive each of his appearance. But the fun begins when Alex falls in love with a girl.
© Neverland / Parallel Films
Neverland is a country where people from different ages get to stay there and never get old. In this colorful mini-series presents a new look at the tale of Peter pan and his friends. They are waiting for adventure, skirmishes with pirates and real magic.
© Mayday / Kudos Film and Television
Residents of a small town are preparing for the pagan holiday in may. But the girl who was chosen as the Queen of the celebration, suddenly disappears. All residents of the city are looking for it, but it turns out that each of them has a secret. This mystical Thriller with fantasy elements will keep you in suspense until the very end.
© Single Father / BBC
Dave's wife dies in a car accident. And he has to deal with the education of his 4 children alone. Dave used to be the perfect father, but now it turns out he doesn't know his kids at all. The best friend of his late wife offers to help him, and then the events take an unexpected turn.
© Lightfields / ITV Studios
This mystical series tells the story of 3 families living in an English village. They are connected by an old tragedy that happened to a young girl Lucy, who lives next door. 70 years after the incident, her closest friend comes to the village, and now we finally know the truth about what happened on that fateful day.
© Millennium / Yellow Bird
Swedish television series based on Stig Larsson's trilogy "the girl with the dragon tattoo", "the Girl who played with fire"and" the Girl who blew up castles in the air". Each book is given 2 episodes of 90 minutes. Thanks to the creators of the series managed to uncover the plot of the book and the characters themselves better than in other adaptations.
This mini-series will appeal to fans of classical literature and costumed films. The BBC made an incredibly beautiful film adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's novel about the life of the Russian nobility in the early XIX century.
© Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog / Mutant Enemy Productions
Brothers Joss (Director), Zach (writer) and jed (a composer) Wydany made this Comedy musical mini-series with his own money and posted online for free viewing. The main character-a blogger under the pseudonym doctor Terrible-constantly gets into trouble and talks about them to his audience.
© Stephen Fry in America / BBC
It's the only documentary on our list, but it's really worth watching. Stephen fry-the personification of British humor and sophistication — travels in a black cab to 50 States of America. In each state fry finds some amazing characteristic detail. At the end of the film, these details make up a whole and unexpected impression about the United States.
© Little Dorrit / BBC
A film adaptation of the BBC novel by Charles Dickens in 8 series. Amy Dorrit is the youngest daughter of a bankrupt who spent 20 years in a debt prison. She was born and raised, but despite this, she has a good heart. The girl does not lose her best qualities, even when the family falls unexpected wealth.
© The Town / Big Talk Productions
30-year-old mark returned to the small town of his childhood due to suicide of the parents. He meets here old friends, his first love, but the province and its inhabitants do not like Mark. He is thinking to return back to London, but suddenly finds in her parents ' things strange notes and decides to investigate their deaths.
© The Crimson Petal and the White / BBC
A screen adaptation of Michel Faber's novel about the events unfolding in Victorian England. gh morality, morality and piety coexist here with cynicism, debauchery and cruelty. The main character of the series is trying to get out of the slums, but for a woman of that time it is almost impossible.
© Red Riding / Channel Four Film
The action of the trilogy takes place in 70-80-ies in England. A young correspondent of the criminal chronicle conducts its investigation of serial murders and tries to fight corrupt politicians and police officers. The series is based on real events.
© The Great Train Robbery / World Productions
This series also tells about the real events that took place in England. "The great train robbery" is called an attack on a passenger train in 1963, when the robbers stole 120 bags of money from it. In series this story is told at first from the point of view of robbers, and then — detectives.
© Olive Kitteridge / HBO
The series tells the story of 25 years of life of the former school teacher Olivia Kitteridge (Francis McDormand). 4 series reveals not only the amazing character of the woman, but also family drama, and even crimes, which did not escape the family Kitteridge.
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Photo on preview Olive Kitteridge / HBO