TV Shows - John Hollingworth
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on July 22, 2024. John Hollingworth has appeared in 12 television series with data.
  • The Crown Poster
    The Crown
    as Porchey 1 episode • #85 most popular show
    The Crown is a historical drama television series that focuses on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. It provides an insightful and authoritative look into the British monarchy, chronologically depicting key events and personal relationships that have shaped the Queen's reign. The show explores the complex dynamics of the royal family, including the political intrigues, personal sacrifices, and challenges faced by the Queen. With its meticulous attention to detail and outstanding performances, The Crown offers viewers an immersive experience into the world of British royalty.
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    Midsomer Murders
    as Brin Dunne 1 episode • #237 most popular show
    Midsomer Murders is a British television detective drama series that follows the investigations of Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby as he unravels a series of mysterious and often bizarre murders in the fictional county of Midsomer. The show, which first aired in 1997, is known for its picturesque rural setting and complex murder mysteries. With its signature blend of suspense, dark humor, and intriguing character dynamics, Midsomer Murders appeals to fans of both crime dramas and cozy mysteries.
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    The Queen's Gambit
    as Randall Foster 1 episode • #315 most popular show
    The Queen's Gambit is a captivating drama miniseries that follows the journey of an orphaned chess prodigy, Beth Harmon. Set in the 1950s and 1960s, the show explores Beth's rise to prominence in the male-dominated world of competitive chess. With a unique blend of psychological depth and strategic brilliance, The Queen's Gambit explores Beth's personal struggles, addiction, and her determination to overcome obstacles both on and off the chessboard. Through compelling storytelling and excellent performances, this binge-worthy series showcases the intensity and beauty of the game of chess.
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    as PC Shawn Turnly 1 episode • #619 most popular show
    Vera is a British crime drama television series based on the novels by Ann Cleeves. The show follows the life and work of detective chief inspector Vera Stanhope as she solves complex murder cases in the North East of England. With her sharp intuition and unconventional approach, Vera meticulously pieces together clues and unravels the truth behind each crime. Filled with suspense and intrigue, this gritty and character-driven series explores the dark underbelly of human society, portraying the complexities of the criminal mind and the resilience of the human spirit.
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    as David Stormont 8 episodes • #666 most popular show
    Franklin is a biographical drama television miniseries that chronicles the diplomatic endeavors of Benjamin Franklin during the American Revolution. Set against the backdrop of the late 18th century, the series follows Franklin as he sets out to France in a clandestine attempt to secure support for American independence, a mission fraught with political intrigue and challenges.
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    Beyond Paradise
    as Andrew Parker 1 episode • #700 most popular show
    Beyond Paradise is a British crime drama series that centers on Detective Inspector Humphrey Goodman who has left the tropical island of Saint Marie for the coastal town of Shipton Abbott. As a spin-off from the successful series Death in Paradise, it showcases Humphrey adapting to a new life with his fiancée, Martha Lloyd, while tackling the unexpected challenge of a high crime rate in what seemed like a tranquil town.
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    as Captain Henshawe 27 episodes • #825 most popular show
    Poldark is a British historical drama series that portrays the life of Ross Poldark, who returns to Cornwall after the American War of Independence, finding his personal realm in disarray. Facing vast challenges, he strives to rebuild his life, manage family mines, and navigate complex social relationships within the rugged landscape of Cornwall during the late 18th century.
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    Gentleman Jack
    as Mr Abbott 2 episodes • #918 most popular show
    Gentleman Jack is a British historical drama television series that recounts the real-life story of Anne Lister, an English landowner and diarist. Set in 19th century Yorkshire, the show follows Lister as she navigates the complexities of her personal relationships and strives to establish her place in society as a lesbian. With its detailed portrayal of Lister's life, the series sheds light on the challenges faced by marginalized communities during the time period. Gentleman Jack is known for its engaging storytelling, authentic period details, and the powerful performance of Suranne Jones in the lead role.
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    Belgravia: The Next Chapter
    as Dr Kerry 1 episode • #964 most popular show
    Belgravia: The Next Chapter is an upcoming period drama television series serving as a sequel to Julian Fellowes' limited series Belgravia (2020). Set in 1871, the show follows the lives of Clara Dunn and Lord Frederick Trenchard as they navigate the scandalous world of high society and confront a long-buried family secret.
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    as Eric Hewson 2 episodes • #1,335 most popular show
    Dalgliesh is a British television series that blends crime drama with the intricate mind of its protagonist, Detective Chief Inspector Adam Dalgliesh, portrayed by Bertie Carvel. Set in the atmospheric backdrop of 1970s England, the show navigates through complex murder investigations infused with literary nuances, as Dalgliesh, also an accomplished poet and recent widower, uses his profound empathy and comprehension of the human condition to unravel mysteries.
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    The Full Monty
    as James Warner 1 episode • #1,673 most popular show
    The Full Monty is a British-American comedy-drama television series that revisits the characters from the 1997 film two and a half decades later. The ensemble navigates the socio-economic challenges in Sheffield, dealing with the decline in public services like healthcare, education, and employment.
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    The Midwich Cuckoos
    as Michael 1 episode • #1,843 most popular show
    The Midwich Cuckoos is a chilling television series revolving around the mysterious town of Midwich. One day, all residents fall unconscious, and upon waking, discover that every woman is pregnant. Marked by enigmatic events and supernatural suspense, it explores themes of societal paranoia and scientific anomalies.
Movies - John Hollingworth
Sorted by online popularity. John Hollingworth has appeared in 3 movies with data.
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    The Dark Knight Rises
    as CIA Analyst • #160 most popular movie
    The Dark Knight Rises is a 2012 superhero film directed by Christopher Nolan and the final installment in his The Dark Knight trilogy. The movie follows Bruce Wayne as he is forced to resume his role as Batman to save Gotham City from nuclear destruction, facing the mysterious Selina Kyle and the villainous Bane.
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    as Marshal Ney • #320 most popular movie
    Napoleon is a historical drama film that follows the rise and fall of French military and political leader Napoleon Bonaparte. Directed by Abel Gance, the movie highlights key events in Napoleon's life, from his early days as a young officer to his eventual rise to power as Emperor of France. With impressive cinematography and groundbreaking visual effects for its time, the film captures the epic scope of Napoleon's ambitions and conquests. Through a compelling narrative and powerful performances, Napoleon provides an engaging portrayal of one of history's most influential figures.
  • 1917 Poster
    as Sergeant Guthrie • #349 most popular movie
    1917 is a war film released in 2019. Directed by Sam Mendes, the film revolves around two young British soldiers during World War I who are given an impossible mission. They must deliver a message that could save the lives of 1,600 men, including the brother of one of the soldiers. Shot in a continuous single-take style, 1917 offers a unique cinematic experience that immerses viewers in the intensity and danger of war. With its stunning visuals, gripping storytelling, and powerful performances, the film has received critical acclaim and numerous awards.