There’s never a dull moment in the realm of British TV. Here are some recent news bits.
Mark your calendars for the third season of Frankie Drake Mysteries, which premieres on Ovation TV this April.
It’s a leap year, so we get an extra day to stream, binge, or take our sweet time watching new and returning British and Canadian TV offerings in February.
Mark your calendars. The US and UK premiere dates for the most recent television adaptation of The Pale Horse have been set.
Arts network Ovation TV announced its acquisition of several British TV series from Sky Studios and DCD Rights, which include popular dramas and mysteries.
The Acorn TV schedule for 2020 is packed with new and returning Original series, as well as the highly-anticipated “Miss Fisher” movie.
Mystery-crime drama Deadwater Fell is holding Channel 4’s viewers in its grip right now, and it’s headed to Acorn TV in April 2020 to do the same.
BritBox has quite a schedule lined up for 2020, including new and renewed shows, live specials, short series, and the acquisition of some of the most beloved UK programs.
Primetime Emmy® nominee Strike Back will be coming back to telly one last time with its seventh and final season next month.
Through a licensing agreement with BBC Studios, CW Seed is bringing fourteen series from the UK to viewers in the US.