Peacock, NBCUniversal’s new streaming service, announced today the original content that will be available when it launches, which includes two TV series from the UK.
New streaming platform HBO Max launches two weeks from today, and its offerings will include a number of British TV titles.
May brings the national premieres of 27 new shows and seasons from the UK, Ireland, and Canada to the US, along with the local premieres of four British programs.
April showers bring three dozen 37 British and Canadian TV premieres — 31 32 national and 5 local/regional — to viewers in the US.
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TV-wise, March comes in like a lamb this year, with just a baker’s dozen of new series and seasons from the UK and Ireland premiering nationally in the US.
It’s a leap year, so we get an extra day to stream, binge, or take our sweet time watching new and returning British and Canadian TV offerings in February.
The Acorn TV schedule for 2020 is packed with new and returning Original series, as well as the highly-anticipated “Miss Fisher” movie.
BritBox has quite a schedule lined up for 2020, including new and renewed shows, live specials, short series, and the acquisition of some of the most beloved UK programs.
Through a licensing agreement with BBC Studios, CW Seed is bringing fourteen series from the UK to viewers in the US.