It won’t be long now. Season 2 of the epic fantasy series His Dark Materials premieres in the US in one month.
Acorn TV has set the premiere date for its latest Acorn TV Original series, the Irish drama The South Westerlies, for both sides of the pond and Down Under.
Trick or treating might not happen in neighborhoods across the US this month, but it’s certain that 22 new and returning British and Canadian series will premiere in the States.
AMC released today its official trailer for The Salisbury Poisonings, a dramatization of the real-life assassination attempt using the nerve agent Novichok in the UK in 2018.
The Murders at White House Farm, based on the real-life, headline-making murders in Essex in 1985, is set to premiere in the US on HBO Max.
HBO has set the US premiere date for the new contemporary drama series Industry.
CripTales, a collection of six short films — each one written, directed, and performed by a person living with disabilities — will have its world premiere on BBC America.
Netflix released today the trailer for the new season of Criminal: UK, its Original series set (mostly) inside a police station interrogation room.
The end of the summer brings 26 new British and Canadian series, seasons, and specials to the US, plus what looks to be a romp of a film from the UK.
More British and Canadian TV titles and seasons will be arriving on Ovation TV’s Mystery Alley next month.
Peacock announced today the US premiere date for its new Original young adult drama, Noughts + Crosses.
NBC has announced the stateside premiere date for the new Canadian drama Transplant, which will have the mega-hit America’s Got Talent as its lead-in.
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.