You had to have known that this list was coming, right? Plus, make that
21 22 Irish TV shows, because we have a new one as of 18 January 7 February 2017.
The lists just keep on a-comin’! (See the ones for shows from Scotland and Wales that you can stream in the US, ditto that from Australia and New Zealand, and the Brit+ titles you can download from Netflix.)
And no list of lists about TV shows from across the pond that you can stream stateside would be complete without one for programs from the Emerald Isle.
All but three of the titles listed below are set in the Republic of Ireland. The UK production The Fall and the multinational co-production Titanic: Blood and Steel are set in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and the Irish production Dominion Creek is set mostly in Canada’s Yukon.
- 1916: The Irish Rebellion (documentary) — Amazon Video, iTunes, public TV stations
- The Ambassador (political drama) — Amazon Video, public TV stations
- Amber (drama) — Amazon Video, iTunes
- Bridget & Eamon (comedy) — Hulu
- Clean Break (drama) — Acorn TV, Amazon Video, iTunes, Vudu
- The Clinic (drama) — Acorn TV
- Corp + Anam (drama shown in Irish Gaelic with English subtitles) — MHz Choice, MHz Choice on Amazon
- Dominion Creek (An Klondike, period drama) — Acorn TV, Amazon Video, iTunes (original Gaelic version), Vudu
- The Fall (crime drama) — Amazon Video, iTunes, Netflix, Vudu
- Father Ted (comedy) — Acorn TV, Amazon Video, Hulu, iTunes, Tubi TV
- The Hanging Gale (period drama) — Acorn TV, Amazon Video
- Jack Taylor (crime drama/mystery) — Acorn TV, Amazon Video, iTunes, Netflix, public TV stations
- Love/Hate (drama) — Amazon Video
- Moone Boy (comedy) — Amazon Video, Hulu, iTunes, Vudu, public TV stations
- Raw (drama) — Tubi TV
- Rebellion (historical drama) — Amazon Video, iTunes, Netflix
- Red Rock (soap opera) — Amazon Video
- Single-Handed (crime drama/mystery) — Acorn TV, Amazon Video, iTunes
- Tales of Irish Castles (documentary) — Netflix, public TV stations
- Titanic: Blood and Steel (historical drama) — Amazon Video, iTunes, Vudu
- Trivia (comedy) — Acorn TV, Hulu
- Troubles (period drama) — Acorn TV, Amazon Video
Perennial favorite Ballykissangel isn’t available for streaming now, but it is a staple on many public TV stations’ British TV schedules, so check your local listings.
And humor me on this next one. Mrs Brown’s Boys, a silly, profanity-filled, filmed-live sitcom (whose bottom-line message is always about love and family), isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but to me it’s fabulous. The likelihood of it streaming (legally) in the States is slim (but here’s hoping), so mosey over to YouTube for episodes that other fans have posted, or get the DVD of the complete series, produced specifically for US DVD players. It’s great craic, this!
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