Technically speaking, there are nine titles from the UK and one from Ireland on this list of Tubi’s recent TV show additions.
An indefensible crime. Parents living a nightmare. The disintegration of their relationship. This is the stuff of The Cry, a taut psychological drama about to premiere in the US.
Line of Duty, the hit British crime thriller that follows the (fictional) police anti-corruption unit, AC-12, will have a new stateside home for its fifth season premiere in 2019: Acorn TV.
In advance of the premiere of Dark Heart on this side of the pond, I had the chance to chat with Tom Riley about his dark and gritty new series.
Twenty-two titles make their series or new season premieres in November, from British crime dramas and comedies to historical dramas and competition shows.
In a bit of a reverse invasion, if you will, Richard Gere, Helen Hunt, and Rob Lowe are starring in new UK TV series.
Bodyguard has arrived stateside, and viewers on this side of the pond can now see why this crime thriller was the most-watched new drama series in the UK in a more than a decade.
Snatches: Moments from Women’s Lives is a series of powerful, eye-opening short films by and about women, from their voices and bodies to their participation in society.
Two popular series from north of the border will be returning to US telly in the not-too-distant future: legal drama Burden of Truth and whodunit drama Frankie Drake Mysteries.
Some of the most popular international titles from Walter Presents have joined PBS programs on the latter’s Amazon streaming channel.