The new year opens with the national premieres of 21 new British series, seasons, and films. That’s TV blackjack!
Netflix has set the global premiere date and released the official trailer for The House, a new stop motion animation dark comedy series.
December brings stateside British TV fans the national premieres of 38 new series, seasons, and specials, as well as the local/regional public TV debuts of four documentaries.
Peacock announced today its second season renewal of the critically-acclaimed, music-infused comedy series We Are Lady Parts.
November brings 21 new series, seasons, films, and specials from the UK and Canada to the US, plus a concert special airing on numerous public TV stations.
Twenty-two new series, seasons, specials, and films from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and Canada premiere nationally in the US in September.
Check out the trailer for the new season of Code 404, the buddy cop comedy starring Daniel Mays and Stephen Graham, arriving on Peacock in September.
HBO Max announced today the new half-hour comedy series Sort Of, commissioned by HBO Max and the CBC.
Unlucky or not, August brings the national US premieres of 14 new series, seasons, and specials from the UK, Canada, and Ireland, plus the local premieres of 4 British docuseries.
HBO Max announced today the premiere date for The Prince, its new Max Original animated comedy series about the British Royal Family, and dropped the trailer for it, too.