Premiering in the U.S. tonight is the British political thriller Roadkill created by David Hare and starring Hugh Laurie, Helen McCrory, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Saskia Reeves, Patricia Hodge, Sarah Greene, Ophelia Lovibond, Katie Leung, Iain De Caestecker, Olivia Vinall, Shalom Brune-Franklin, Pippa Bennett-Warner and Pip Torrens.. The show’s original music is composed by Harry Escott (ShameHard Candy, Welcome to the Punch, A Mighty Heart). A soundtrack album featuring the composer’s score (to be released by Silva Screen Records) will be announced soon. Check out our previous article to learn more about the series, which premiered in the UK last month on BBC and is making its domestic debut on PBS.

Premiering on Thursday, November 5, is the Netflix original film Operation Christmas Drop directed by Martin Wood and starring Kat Graham, Alexander Ludwig, Virginia Madsen, Janet Kidder, Jeff Joseph, Bethany Brown, Trezzo Mahoro, Rohan Campbell, Aliza Vellani, Aaron Douglas, Xavier de Guzman and Bruce Best. Hamish Thomson (Chesapeake Shore , Love Locks) has composed the movie’s original score. The romantic comedy, which follows a by-the-book political aide who falls for a big-hearted Air Force pilot while looking to shut down his tropical base and its airborne Christmas tradition, will be available to stream exclusively on Netflix.

Also premiering on Thursday in the U.S. is the British limited series Two Weeks to Live created by Gaby Hull and starring Maisie Williams, Sian Clifford, Mawaan Rizwan, Taheen Modak, Jason Flemyng, Michael Begley, Thalissa Teixeira and Kerry Howard. The show’s original music is composed by Toydrum (Prevenge, Detour, London Fields, Deep Water, 2nd Date Sex). The comedy, which centers on an early 20-something oddball who has been sequestered away in the wilderness with her mother since the murder of her father and sets out to find her dad’s killer, premiered in the UK earlier this year on Sky One and is making its debut in the U.S. on HBO Max.