The Innocents, a Romeo and Juliet-ish drama with a sci-fi twist, brings Guy Pearce back to US telly next month.
The real-life events that led to the downfall of a Member of Parliament aren’t laughing matters, but A Very English Scandal, the dramatization of said events, is very funny indeed.
Thirty programs from the UK, Canada, and Ireland, including 20 national premieres plus shows from Wales and Scotland, are coming to telly in July.
The cast of London Kills, Acorn Media Enterprise’s first straight-to-series commission, includes some familiar names in British TV.
Summertime, and the streaming is easy… and so is watching British TV on broadcast and cable TV, given nearly 40 titles premiering, returning, and being added to schedules in June.
New and returning British series headed to US telly include three book-to-TV adaptations, a new comedy from Ricky Gervais, and a high-end historical drama.
Coming in May for US Brit TV fans: 13 new shows and seasons, 40+ titles added to streaming services, plus programs related to and live coverage of the Royal Wedding.
Depending on how much time you can devote to video streaming, this list of BBC programs can fill days, weeks, or even months of your viewing schedule.
The weekend is nearly over (sigh), but if you have three hours between now and bedtime, consider binge-watching the psychological thriller limited series Born to Kill.
Amazon dropped 20 titles from the BBC’s archives into Prime Video a couple days ago, giving US viewers several days worth of adapted works to watch.
Add to your gotta-see-TV list Killing Eve, the spy thriller that BBC America renewed for a second season before the first has its worldwide premiere this evening.