“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
As television shows from the UK continue to capture fans on this side of the pond, more and more series from the Southern Hemisphere are making their way to the Western. That is, from Australia and New Zealand to the
A new year of British TV is off to a fabulous start in the US, so let’s look at what’s coming up for the rest of 2015, starting with the programs premiering in January.
In this final part of our year-end series, we look at our favorites amongst the shows that debuted in the UK over this past year, programs we hope will one day screen in the US.
As another year of fabulous British TV draws to a close, we take a look back at some of our favorite shows. Here in Part 1 are the ones that debuted in the US during 2014.
More of the much-loved “Outlander” book series will be adapted for the small screen, as Starz announced that its fantasy series Outlander has been greenlit for a second season.
As we wait with bated breath for the new season of Doctor Who to premiere on the 23rd of August, BBC America has several more announcements, including the return of Orphan Black and Broadchurch and the commission of new programs.