Arts network Ovation TV is bringing two new period dramas to the US: The Halcyon from the UK and X Company from Canada.
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.
Folks say March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. Not so when it comes to Brit TV this month, because it starts and ends with roaring successes.
Public television stations from the East Coast to the West are where the fourth season of A Place to Call Home, one of Australia’s most addictive dramas ever, has its broadcast debut.
What a way to start a new week! The news that the new season of Fortitude has been picked up for stateside viewers is welcome, indeed.
Princes Philip, Charles, William, and Harry are making the House of Windsor and the British royal family one of the world’s best-known brands through their charity work.
National Treasure, a drama based not on fake news but inspired by a very real police investigation and celebrity arrests for sex crimes in the UK, is soon to make its US debut.