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Just in time for your weekend viewing, here is a list of 30 more telefilm titles that BBC Studios has (re)released from its library on Prime Video US.

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If you missed it last month, the article “60 Movies from BBC Studios Now Streaming on Prime Video” featured a list of exactly that — 60 TV movie titles, all dramas, that star award-winning and other well-known British acting talent.

Since I published that piece on August 27, BBC Studios has released (or re-released) 30 more telefilm titles on Prime Video US. Similar to the first list, a number of the drama movies below originally screened as episodes of the BBC anthology series Performance, Screen One, and Screen Two, and more than a quarter of the list consists of television adaptations of novels, plays, and stories. Some of the titles have screened in the US before, while others are being streamed here for the first time.

After Miss Julie — period drama starring Geraldine Somerville (Prime Suspect: Tennison), Phil Daniels (EastEnders), Kathy Burke (Absolutely Fabulous); adapted from August Strindberg’s play Miss Julie

The American — period drama starring Matthew Modine (Stranger Things), Diana Rigg (The Avengers), Aisling O’Sullivan (The Clinic); based on the Henry James novel The American

Broken Glass — period drama starring Mandy Patinkin (Homeland), Henry Goodman (Yes, Prime Minister), Margot Leicester (King Charles III); based on the Arthur Miller play Broken Glass

Cold Enough for Snow — dramedy starring Maureen Lipman (Coronation Street), Tom Wilkinson (The Full Monty)

The Entertainer — period drama starring Michael Gambon (Harry Potter), Helen McCrory (Peaky Blinders); based on the John Osborne play The Entertainer

Fabulous Bagel Boys — mystery-crime dramedy starring Denis Lawson (New Tricks), Michael French (EastEnders), Alex Norton (Taggart)

Headhunters — drama miniseries turned into a movie; stars James Fox (A Passage to India), Francesca Annis (Flesh and Blood), Jeremy Child (Judge John Deed)

Henri — drama starring Kara Bowman (Bullet to the Head)

In the Cold Light of Day — period drama starring Frances Barber (Whitstable Pearl), Jim Carter (Downton Abbey), Stephanie Cole (Still Open All Hours)

A Landing on the Sun — drama starring Robert Glenister (Hustle), Susan Fleetwood (Chandler & Co), Roger Allam (Endeavour); based on the Michael Frayn novel A Landing on the Sun

Late Flowering Lust — drama starring Nigel Hawthorne (Yes, Prime Minister), Richenda Carey (Monarch of the Glen), Jonathan Cecil (Midsomer Murders)

The Legend of the Tamworth Two — dramedy starring Kevin Whately (Inspector Lewis), Darren Boyd (Spy), Emma Pierson (Hotel Babylon)

Life After Life — drama starring Lorcan Cranitch (Ballykissangel), Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones)

Look Me in the Eye — suspense drama starring Caroline Katz (Doc Martin), Barnaby Stone (CI5: The New Professionals)

Loving — period drama starring Mark Rylance (Wolf Hall), Georgina Cates (Ruth Rendell Mysteries), Judy Parfitt (Call the Midwife)

Milner — drama starring Mel Smith (Dancing on the Edge), Deborah Findlay (The Split)

Men of the Month — drama starring Douglas Hodge (Penny Dreadful), Akim Mogaji (Bergerac), Claire Higgins (Homefront)

Message for Posterity — drama starring John Neville (The X Files), Eric Porter (The Jewel in the Crown), Sophie Thompson (Detectorists)

Money for Nothing — dramedy starring Christien Anholt (Doctor Who), Jayne Ashbourne (Emmerdale Farm), Paul Reynolds (The Bill)

The Mother — drama starring Anne Bancroft (The Graduate), Joan Cusack (Shameless)

Mr Harvey Lights a Candle — drama starring Timothy Spall (Summer of Rockets), Celia Imrie (Kingdom), Ben Miles (The Crown)

Murder in Mind — mystery-suspense drama starring Charlotte Rampling (Broadchurch), Trevor Eve (Waking the Dead), Steven Mackintosh (Lucky Man)

The Negotiator — drama starring Brian Cox (Succession), Ray Winstone (The Trials of Jimmy Rose), Maurice Roeves (The Nest)

The Passion — miniseries turned into a movie; stars Gina McKee (The Borgias), Paul Nicholls (Ackley Bridge)

Pat and Margaret — dramedy starring Julie Walters (Harry Potter), Victoria Wood (Housewife, 49), Celia Imrie (Keeping Faith)

The Peacock Spring — period drama starring Peter Egan (Unforgotten), Naveen Andrews (Lost), Jennifer Hall (The Love Boat); based on the Rumer Godden novel The Peacock Spring

The Perfect Blue — romantic dramedy starring Philip Glenister (Life on Mars), Inday Ba (Trial & Retribution), Ruth Gemmell (Bridgerton)

Suddenly Last Summer — period drama starring Maggie Smith (Downton Abbey), Rob Lowe (The West Wing), Natasha Richardson (The Parent Trap), Richard E. Grant (Jekyll and Hyde); based on the Tennessee Williams play Suddenly Last Summer

The Turn of the Screw — horror drama starring Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey), Sue Johnston (Downton Abbey), Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey); based on the Henry James gothic horror story The Turn of the Screw

The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd — period drama starring Zoe Wannamaker (Agatha Christie’s Poirot), Colin Firth (The King’s Speech), Stephen Dillane (Game of Thrones); based on the D.H. Lawrence play The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd


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