Fans of George Gently, rejoice! The beloved mystery/crime drama series starring Martin Shaw and Lee Ingleby will be back for its eighth and final season.
Arts network Ovation TV is bringing two new period dramas to the US: The Halcyon from the UK and X Company from Canada.
The Xfinity Watchathon Week is back, and this year Netflix joins the broadcast and cable channels offering up programs for the free Comcast binge-fest.
April showers bring May flowers, and this month’s British TV program premieres bring hours of viewing enjoyment with the return of midwives, the arrival of alien-battling teens, and more to telly.
Women working in the world’s oldest profession are front and center in Harlots, the new British costume drama starring Samantha Morton, Lesley Manville, and Jessica Brown Findlay, and premiering in the US on Hulu.
Celtic noir crime drama Jack Taylor has returned to the US, and you know what that means. Dark stories, the backdrop of Galway, and Iain Glen. Yowzah.
Amy Huberman is tickled pink. Her new series, Striking Out, is Ireland’s #1 new drama, and it’s premiering in the US on the greenest, shamrock-iest day of the year: St. Patrick’s Day.
If the name of Crackle’s new scripted series rings a bell, it should. It’s based loosely on the hugely popular film, Snatch, and like the feature is a comedic thrill of a crime caper.