The Disappearance

5 mysteries for you to solve

The Disappearance is just one of the new unmissable crime dramas that'll have you hooked 

Unleash your inner detective with these cracking crime and mystery dramas on Virgin TV

The Disappearance, double-bill premiere, Tuesday 27 February, 9pm, Universal Channel/HD (CH 137/164). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > Universal Channel

If you fancy yourself as a bit of a TV detective, then let us tell you about five unmissable shows that you really need to start investigating. We’re talking about the UK premiere of compelling Canadian drama The Disappearance, the latest chapter of Strike, and Box Sets that will immerse you in a world of intrigue. All in all it’s a thrilling blend of top acting talent, first-rate writing and the kind of dramatic moments that will leave your jaw well and truly on the carpet.


But before you get comfortable on the sofa, there’s some urgent business to attend to. Make yourself a brew (milk, no sugar, since you’re asking), step into our incident room and take a closer inspection at what’s on with our case files below…

5 crime and mystery dramas to watch on Virgin TV

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Image credits: Requiem © New Pictures – Photographer: Adrian Rogers

Strike: Career Of Evil © Bronte Film & TV Ltd – Photographer: Steffan Hill