Before Christopher Eccleston returns to Doctor Who (in audio form), folks can catch him and Paula Malcomson in the drama Come Home, which premieres in the US tomorrow.
Whether you’re set to finish The Nest or to binge the whole thing, get ready for (more) twists in this addictive psychological thriller.
August brings a bumper crop of British TV premieres to the US — 21 titles, including 13 brand new series and 10 new seasons, specials, and on-offs.
HBO Max has announced the addition of several British TV titles to its slate of Originals.
Starring Jude Law and Naomie Harris, mystery drama The Third Day will premiere in the US on HBO in September 2020.
In an early deal with distributor all3media international, Sundance Now has picked up Des, a true-crime drama starring David Tennant, for the US, Canada, and the Caribbean.
Peacock has announced that Canadian drama Departure and British comedy Hitmen will debut in the US on the streaming service.
The second half of 2020 kicks off with the national premieres of 21 new series and seasons from the UK and Canada, plus four that debut in local markets.
Gangs of London has moved from Cinemax to AMC, which will premiere the first season, a hit in the UK, this fall in the US and co-produce the second with Sky.
Isolation Stories, a series of short-form dramas filmed by locked-down actors and their families in England during the ongoing pandemic, is quite lovely.