With November comes the start of holiday programming, but there’s still a fair number of British program premieres this month, including some must-see Brit TV titles.
In advance of the Doc Martin: Series 7 US premiere, here’s a spoiler-free look (with photos!) at a bit of what we can expect in the new season and the upcoming behind-the-scenes special, Doc Martin: Seven Grumpy Seasons.
Blessed are those who watch Father Brown: Saving Souls, Solving Crimes, a new behind-the-scenes special about the hit Brit mystery, Father Brown, which features interviews with the cast and crew and premieres on local public TV stations starting this month.
Hey, Midsomer fans! There’s gonna be a whole lotta Nettles going on, starting in a few days, courtesy of public TV stations. As in more Midsomer Murders, encore screenings of a behind-the-scenes documentary, plus exclusive video clips featuring John Nettles.
As filming for Series 7 of Doc Martin gears up, US fans of the hit Brit comedy-drama (a.k.a. Clunatics) can ease the wait for more of our favorite curmudgeonly GP and quirky Portwenn villagers with a new behind-the-scenes special: Doc Martin’s
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.
David Suchet’s days as Hercule Poirot may be over, but fans can’t seem to get enough of the Belgian detective. So it’s great news that public TV stations in the US will debut the final three episodes of Agatha Christie’s
The stateside Summer of Poirot kicked off last Sunday with “The Big Four,” and how merveilleux was it to see David Suchet return to the screen as our favorite Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot. But there is more of Suchet in
It’s Friday, and you know what that means. #flashbackfriday. For a different spin on it, let’s revisit the early days of Brit hit Doc Martin with Doc Martin: Behind the Scenes.
It’s been 17 years since Midsomer Murders first screened in the UK, and now local public television viewers in the US can get the inside scoop on why this Brit mystery series has been such a hit on both sides