BBC America announced today that it has given an early Season 4 renewal to Killing Eve, the Golden Globes® and Emmy®-nominated and BAFTA-winning drama series.
Kicking off the new year — and the new decade! — are 24 brand new shows, seasons, and specials from the UK and Canada, including several highly-anticipated titles.
Golden Globes® winner Lena Dunham (Girls) directs the upcoming drama series Industry, whose cast includes up-and-comers of British TV.
From the makers of Chernobyl comes Landscapers, a new true-crime limited series for HBO and Sky starring Academy Award® winner Olivia Colman.
Public TV network PBS has an enviable slate of British programs in 2020, and several of the titles have debut dates already. Take a look and mark your calendars.
A bunch of dramas from the 1970s through the 2010s arrived on Prime Video over the past few months. Here are ten worth checking out.
The Scottish drama thriller The Victim is heading to select public TV stations across the US, including KCET, which announced today its air dates for the miniseries.
England’s beautiful Lake District is the setting for Deep Water, a tense British drama that makes its stateside debut tomorrow.
Sarah Lancashire leads the cast of The Accident, a thought-provoking Jack Thorne drama co-produced by Hulu and Channel 4.