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Moving On

Moving On is British Drama TV series. Created by Jimmy McGovern. Produced by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Stars: Neil Bell, Alicia Brockenbrow, Warren Brown. Also known as Az élet megy tovább in Hungary. It first aired on May 18, 2009, on BBC One. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.4 *. Winner of the RTS Television Award. Moving On is set in UK.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Moving On Were Made: 10 (55 episodes)

Season 11

BBC One

Season 10

Season premieres on February 4, 2019

Finale: February 8, 2019

BBC One, 5 episodes

Season 9

Season premieres on February 5, 2018

BBC One, 5 episodes

Season 8

2016, BBC One, 5 episodes

Season 7

2016, BBC One, 5 episodes

Season 6

2014, BBC One, 5 episodes

Season 5

2013, BBC One, 5 episodes

Season 4

2013, BBC One, 5 episodes

Season 3

2011, BBC One, 5 episodes

Season 2

2010, BBC One, 10 episodes

Season 1

2009, BBC One, 5 episodes

Where Can I Stream Moving On

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What Time Does Moving On Come On Tonight

Moving On is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Mondays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 10 Episode 5 (Frozen) - Air Date: Feb 08, 2019 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

BBC's 'Moving On' will be the first drama to premiere on iPlayer later this fall - Engadget - according to Engadget

The BBC today announces a star-studded line-up for the fifth series of BBC One's thought-provoking and acclaimed Daytime drama Moving On. To celebrate its return, the series will also premiere, in its entirety, on BBC iPlayer.

Monday's best TV: Teachers Training to Kill; Moving On - The Guardian - according to Theguardian

Kira Phillips’s disturbing documentary explores the debate around how best to protect pupils in US schools, where shootings are becoming ever more frequent. Urged on by a gung-ho pro-gun president, many school boards are considering arming staff. In Butler County, Ohio, we see a group of teachers attend a controversial summer school at which they are trained to use guns. Equally grotesque is a Trump-supporting local sheriff who wants to arm every teacher in the county. The question is: do they want to carry guns? Mike Bradley

Moving On, series nine, episode one review: Jimmy McGovern returns with a tough but rewarding drama - per Telegraph

It gripped right from the start as school cleaner Pat (Cusack) walked in on a ghost from her past in the shape of a supply teacher (played by Simon Rouse, better known as DCI Jack Meadows from The Bill). It was the teacher who had sexually abused her daughter Rachel (May) as a 12-year-old, an event that had driven a wedge between mother and child which, it seemed, time could not overcome.

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