Daylight Savings Time begins this Sunday, which means stateside viewers will have an extra hour to watch four of the nineteen new shows and seasons premiering nationally this month.
A dozen series from the UK, Australia, and Canada, plus a Brit-ified one from the US, premiere on telly in the States this month.
There’s a premiere for practically everyone this month, from adaptations of bestselling novels and a hit Broadway play, to new dramas and the return of some of the best British telly around.
The third and final season of The Musketeers is set to make its US debut, but instead of airing on cable as the first two seasons did, it will premiere exclusively on Hulu.
Starting in little more than a week, the 66th Berlin International Film Festival will present the world premieres of three TV series from Great Britain and Australia/New Zealand.
Right, then, Iain Glen fans. Before you know it, it will be time to swoon again, as the actor is set to lead the ensemble cast of the new epic drama Cleverman.
Following up on Monday’s post about the adaptation of China Miéville’s fantasy/crime novel The City & The City, today we look at a few more published titles being made for British telly.
The 2015 Fall TV Season kicks off this month with some of the most highly-anticipated British TV programs of the year. The ones in the title of this post, for a start.
“We both know there’s nothing more dangerous than a Welshman who has nothing to lose.” And so it is with The Bastard Executioner, the titular character of the new FX Original Series.
Years ago, the summer months meant rerun city for telly. That isn’t really the case anymore, although there are fewer British (and Canadian) TV premieres this month than last.
For folks who can’t get enough of seeing actors from across the pond on telly, add the new FX historical fiction drama, The Bastard Executioner, to your to-watch list this fall.
Now that British TV screening stateside in 2015 has been kicked off in high style with PBS’ second-highest-rated Downton debut, it’s time to look at what’s coming, cable-wise.
Amazon Pilot Season is here, and one pilot I highly recommend for Brit TV fans is the US version of Mad Dogs, which, like the original UK version, is a top-notch thriller, at least from the looks of this one