The Detectorists are coming! The Detectorists are coming! Paul Revere would be shouting this as fabulous news if he were around today, and you should be excited about it, too!
Whether you’re a fan of British TV in general or history documentaries in particular, check out what is truly must-see TV: World War One: The People’s Story.
For those who enjoy a scare-your-socks-off spook-fest, the DVD for Afterlife: Series 2 is now available. (And in time for Halloween, too!)
Political maneuvering for power. Big business and big money interests in government. Conspiracy theories that could bring a nation to war — again. Sound familiar? Welcome to Secret State.
Ever since the second series of Case Histories aired in the UK in Spring 2013, I and other stateside fans of the mystery series have been waiting for it screen in the US. As of today the wait is over,
Orange isn’t the only new black. For crime drama fans, there’s noir. And as of today there’s the US DVD for Hinterland, the series called a “no-holds-barred gritty thriller” by the Western Mail and hailed as “the Welsh Killing” by
The Season One DVDs for DCI Banks, Death in Paradise, and Scott & Bailey — three of the highest-rated British TV programs that premiered exclusively on local public television stations in the US — are finally here.
Wanting more, waiting, score! That sums up this Bill Nighy fan’s post-Page Eight experience — being in a holding pattern for more than two and a half years until the second and third installments of The Worricker Trilogy were screened
Allons-y, Whovians! In advance of the Doctor Who 50th anniversary, there’s a flurry, not of snowmen but of new Doctor Who DVDs!
Now that “The Snowmen” has aired, waiting with bated breath continues for Doctor Who: Season 7, Part 2 and, of course, the 50th anniversary. In another Brit TV program dimension, our wait will soon be over for Downton Abbey: Season