Sir Kenneth Branagh and Joanne Froggatt spoke about their upcoming TV programs during PBS’s final presentations yesterday at the Winter 2016 TCA Press Tour.
During PBS’ first day of presentations at the Winter 2016 TCA (Television Critics Assn) Press Tour, British stars were on hand to chat about their shows. See the pics below.
In Part 2 of my British TV year in review, we look at several new titles that premiered in the UK in 2015, ones that were worth every minute in front of the telly.
For stateside viewers who fancy Stephen Dillane, Essie Davis, Australian programs, shows about the Irish, biopics, and/or epic historical dramas, Kings in Grass Castles is for you.
Several Brit TV movies, documentaries, crime dramas and mysteries, and a sci-fi series’ holiday special from last year, make their way to US streaming services this month.
Jenna Coleman has traded in her status as a Time Lord companion for that of a Queen. And now Rufus Sewell is joining her and the ensemble cast of the new ITV drama Victoria.
October brings the highly-anticipated returns of two fan favorite shows, as well as UK program premieres in the US that are sure to please more than a few viewers.
Two new event miniseries — the soon-to-premiere Tut and the newly-commissioned Tutankhamun — could prove that Egypt’s boy-king and the man who discovered his tomb are ratings gold.
Viewers in the UK have more new dramas to look forward to, including the prequel to one of the best crime dramas ever to have graced tellys on both sides of the pond, and another starring a Downton Abbey alum.
Summer hasn’t arrived yet, but PBS has announced the schedule for its Fall 2015 season, which includes the British dramas Arthur & George, Indian Summers, and The Widower.
In Part 2 of this series, we look at shows expected to debut on BBC channels in 2015. Will they also screen in the US during this or a later year? Only time will tell. (Page 1 of 3)