Twenty British, Irish, Australian, and Canadian series premiere nationally in the US in May, while In the Club debuts on, and Scott & Bailey and Shetland return to, public TV stations.
No, this is not an April Fool’s joke. A whopping twenty-one series premiere in or return to the US this month, including some of the most highly-anticipated shows this year.
Happy New Year! It’s the 1st of January, which means Sherlock: The Abominable Bride! And there’s much more British TV screening in the US during the rest of the month, too!
Beowulf, the highly-anticipated television adaptation of the legendary hero’s story, arrives stateside on Esquire Network next month.
BBC One has commissioned two new drama series — His Dark Materials and In the Dark — adapted from the novels by Philip Pullman and Mark Billingham, respectively.
Halloween is tomorrow, and what better way to get your fright night off to a chilling start than with these thirteen creepy, spooky, scary Brit TV series.
More British TV series will be debuting in the US (some sooner than others), including Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands and The Guilty.
October brings the highly-anticipated returns of two fan favorite shows, as well as UK program premieres in the US that are sure to please more than a few viewers.
Following up on Monday’s post about the adaptation of China Miéville’s fantasy/crime novel The City & The City, today we look at a few more published titles being made for British telly.
Many fine actors have been cast in new dramas headed to BBC and ITV, including Amelia Bullmore, Kevin Doyle, and Keeley Hawes. Read on to find out who else is returning to telly.
More Gothic goings-on are in store for Brit TV fans, because the devilishly-dark and seriously spooky Penny Dreadful, featuring iconic creepy characters such as Dr. Frankenstein, Dorian Gray, and the Wolfman, is returning for a third series.