Virgin Media goes Full Circle with new exclusive box set

Virgin Media has announced a brand new series, exclusive to its TV customers. Full Circle, which is available to watch on demand now, comes from award-winning playwright Neil LaBute, and stars a who’s who of US TV stars.

Full Circle comprises three series and 30 episodes. The first 10 episodes are available to watch now, with series two set to land in April, and series three due in July.

The series you can watch now is called Full Circle: Los Angeles, and focuses on mothers, fathers, friends, clients and teachers whose lives intertwine with shocking results. It stars Tom Felton (Harry Potter series, The Flash), Minka Kelly (Friday Night Lights), Julian McMahon (Charmed), David Boreanaz (Angel, Bones) and Keke Palmer (Scream Queens).

The second series is Full Circle: Chicago. That run of episodes looks at Jimmy Parenna, a cop who blew the whistle on police corruption. It will star Terry O'Quinn (Lost), Eric McCormack (Will & Grace), Rita Wilson (Sleepless in Seattle), Calista Flockhart (Ally McBeal, Supergirl) and Chris Bauer (The Wire).

The third series, Full Circle: Miami, sees a US Senator wake up next to a beaten and drugged prostitute in a high-end hotel, with no recollection of what happened the night before. It features Dougray Scott (Fear the Walking Dead), and Kim Raver (Grey's Anatomy).

Virgin Media started experimenting with exclusive content last year, with the frankly excellent Ash vs the Evil Dead. That was followed by Billie & Billie - also only available in the UK via the pay TV provider.

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