What’s coming soon to All 4 in June 2018?
James R | On 26, May 2018
Looking for an escape from the World Cup this summer? All 4 has you covered, with not only box sets such as Red Riding and Search Party, but also all six seasons of Dawson’s Creek. And, of course, there’s Walter Presents (see our guide to what’s coming soon to Walter Presents here).
From classic teen drama to a new dating series, here’s what’s on the way in June:
Harry – 1st June
Oscar Kightley and Sam Neill star in a six-part drama set in Auckland which follows the intense psychological journey of Detective Harry Anglesea. Still grieving from his wife’s suicide, Harry’s self-destructive behaviour indicates he’s less ready for work than he thinks.
Flowers – 1st June
Will Sharpe’s darkly imaginative, heartfelt and cinematic dark comedy unfurls on Channel 4 for a second season, this time set in the bloom of summer – what better time to catch up with the moving, amusingly dark Season 1?
Shameless – 1st June
Impressed by the US remake of Shamless? Try the original, as the Gallaghers experience life on the edge in a blur of sexual adventures, triumphs, love, scams and petty crime on a Manchester estate. And be thankful they’re not your neighbours…
Dawson’s Creek – 4th June
A welcome chance to catch up with the wise-cracking, life-philosophising, hormone-racing teen drama, starring James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Michelle Williams and Joshua Jackson. Joey’s lifelong friendship pledge to Dawson is tested when Dawson is drawn to newcomer Jen.
The End of The F***ing World – 4th June
James is a loner. Alyssa is all angst. Together, they embark on a star-crossed, darkly-comic road trip that has become one of the breakout hits of TV this last year.
Skins – 4th June
This irreverent comedy drama from the makers of Shameless follows the messy lives, loves, delirious highs and inevitable lows of a group of raucous teenage friends in Bristol.
Beaver Falls – 4th June
Three British graduates blag jobs at an elite American summer camp. The guys want a summer of fun, but they have to set an example to the gorgeous teenage offspring of California’s rich and powerful.
A Year to Fall in Love – 19th June
True love – life’s Holy Grail. With the explosion of dating apps, the way we find love has changed forever. In a world where image is everything, 20 singletons across the UK have given themselves up to a year to find love, filming every raw moment of their dating lives themselves. In this intimate series, we share in their highs and their lows. Can you still find love the old school way or can a dating app really work? Over the course of the year, which of the 20 will find love?
This brand new look at the world of 21st Century dating will feature a one-hour premiere on Channel 4 followed by six half-hour episodes exclusively on All 4.
I Do at 92 – 19th June
I Do at 92 follows three spirited OAP couples who are set to tie the knot and show to all that no matter how old you are, it’s never late for love. It follows their excitement as well their fears as they tackle the challenges of getting down the aisle and face the reality of what the future might hold for them.
Three Wives, One Husband – 19th June
An enthralling and eye-opening four-part documentary series, filmed in a polygamous community of Fundamentalist Mormons in the extraordinary setting of Rockland Ranch (“The Rock”) deep in the Utah desert.
The Secret World of Tinder – 19th June
Smartphone dating apps have revolutionised many people’s love lives. This documentary lifts the lid on an online world of deviancy, devotion, deception, heartbreak and sexual brazenness.