Finding Joy, the highest-rated comedy debut of 2018 for RTÉ and a sleeper hit for Acorn TV, will return to both channels in 2020 with a second season.
Death in Paradise, one of the most popular mystery-crime drama series on telly today, will return next year with a new season, a new lead actor, and a host of guest stars.
My pick for feel-good drama of the year when it debuted in the US in 2017, The Good Karma Hospital is back with a new season of stories filled with love, loss, and laughs.
Just in time for the colder days and longer nights is the North American premiere of Irish psychological crime thriller Dublin Murders.
Mount Pleasant is a fabulous, feel-good comedy-drama series — an easy pick for one of my favorite Brit TV premieres in the US this year — and it debuts stateside tomorrow.
Eight programs from the UK and Canada are headed to select public TV stations in November, including documentary, factual, and mystery shows.
Twenty-six new and returning shows, including a few highly-anticipated titles, debut nationally in the US in November.
KCET might not have any tricks for Southern Californians tomorrow, but it certainly has a treat for Halloween: its premiere of Season 9 of the hit British mystery series Vera.
Just in time for Halloween is the premiere of “Agatha Raisin & the Haunted House,” the special that opens the third season of mystery series Agatha Raisin.
With a second season in the works, the first season of mystery-crime drama The Bay is about to make its debut in the US and Canada on BritBox.