An indefensible crime. Parents living a nightmare. The disintegration of their relationship. This is the stuff of The Cry, a taut psychological drama about to premiere in the US.
Twenty-two titles make their series or new season premieres in November, from British crime dramas and comedies to historical dramas and competition shows.
In a bit of a reverse invasion, if you will, Richard Gere, Helen Hunt, and Rob Lowe are starring in new UK TV series.
Get your binge on with Bang, the part mystery, part thriller, and entirely can’t-miss drama that premiered in the US yesterday.
Stateside fans of British drama have three brand new series and the return of one of the best hit Brit mysteries of 2018 to look forward to in the coming days and months.
This October is a lucky month, as it brings 21 new shows and seasons to stateside fans of programs from across the pond and north of the border.
A comedy, a thriller, and a mystery walk into a bar… Okay, no, they don’t, but we have news about series in each of these genres that are returning to telly.
Adrian Dunbar headlines the cast of Blood, a new Irish thriller that will screen in Ireland and the UK and in the US on Acorn TV.
Filming began this past Monday on Pitching In, the new Acorn co-produced family drama for BBC Wales and BBC One Daytime that stars Larry Lamb.
The fall TV season is here. In stateside British TV, there are 15 national premieres, 9 of which are brand new shows, along with 25 titles added to streaming offerings.