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.
Showers, shmowers. May flowers can wait, because eighteen new and returning programs arrive nationally on US telly in April. A few more will screen locally.
Following the cancellation of the miniseries’ debut during the BBC’s Christmas 2017 schedule, Ordeal by Innocence now has an air date in the UK.
Showtime is expanding its original programming to Saturday nights, starting with the addition of the five-part drama Patrick Melrose to its existing sports and movie offerings.
Stateside fans of Striking Out, rejoice! The second season of the hit Irish drama series Striking Out premieres in the US tomorrow, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
So much to watch, so little time. Am I right? This month there are fourteen national program premieres from the UK, Canada, and Ireland, and much more besides.
Kick start this week’s viewing with X Company, a gripping Canadian-Hungarian spy thriller set during World War II that will keep you glued to the telly.
You’re reading it here first, folks. KCET, the largest independent public television station in the US, is premiering some of the best in British TV to its viewers next month.
For the shortest month of the year, we certainly have a lot of British and Canadian TV premieres in the US. Let the bingeing begin!
Sky made announcements this morning about three upcoming series, and it’s a given that one will screen in the US. But there’s more besides Sky dramas coming up.