HBO Max announced today its renewal of Starstruck, the critically-acclaimed British comedy series written by and starring Kiwi actor and comedian Rose Matafeo.
June 2021 brings the stateside premieres of 31 new and returning series, seasons, and films from the UK and Canada, as well as additional titles headed to streaming and linear TV.
Twenty-one new series, specials, and films from the UK, Ireland, and Canada make their national US premieres in April, along with five titles that debut in local markets.
BritBox announced today that it will be the exclusive home in North America to Kate & Koji, the ITV sitcom starring Brenda Blethyn and Jimmy Akingbola.
The start of spring brings the national premieres of 22 new series, seasons, and specials from the UK, Ireland, and Canada to viewers in the US.
Stateside British TV fans can tune in now to a couple of BBC channels, and later to three, possibly four, new series from across the pond (and Norwegian fjords). Read on for details.
The shortest month of the year could have the shortest list of national program premieres of the year, too. But it’s still 17 new titles, so it’s not single-digit short.
Two-time Irish Film & Television Academy awards winner Amy Huberman returns as the titular character in the second season of her comedy-drama series Finding Joy.
Ah, 2021. The first month of the new year features the US premieres of 22 new series, seasons, specials, and films from the UK, Canada, and Ireland.
New adaptations of classic novels, plus new and returning series, are coming to telly.
A brand new season of hit Canadian comedy Letterkenny is headed to the US next month. “Pitter patter, let’s get at’er.”
Twenty-two new series, seasons, and specials from the UK and Ireland premiere in the US in November.