The Witness for the Prosecution, the classic Agatha Christie suspense thriller, is but one published work of fiction that is being adapted for the small screen.
Twenty British, Irish, Australian, and Canadian series premiere nationally in the US in May, while In the Club debuts on, and Scott & Bailey and Shetland return to, public TV stations.
Get ready to get your binge-watch on, because Line of Duty is back and its better-than-ever third series is set to premiere in the US this weekend.
Several of British TV and film’s favorite actors, including Sean Bean, Karla Crome, Philip Glenister, Steven Mackintosh, and Olivia Williams, are starring in new television series. Find out which others are costarring alongside them.
Acorn, the RLJ Entertainment brand that brings some of the best British TV to the US, has acquired the television, digital, and home entertainment rights to the highly-anticipated new espionage drama, The Secret Agent, from Content Television.
When a miniseries is this good, calling it a television event is spot on. Such is the case with the star-studded And Then There Were None., which premieres in the US tonight.
“In like a lion, out like a lamb?” Not for British TV in the US, because this month is chock-full of must-watch premieres of new and returning shows, plus lots of Irish programs, too!
There will be several new cast members in the third and final series of the hit crime drama The Fall, which has begun filming in Belfast, Northern Ireland.