Netflix announced today that Tom Hardy will star in and produce Havoc, the latest feature film from Gareth Evans.
The shortest month of the year could have the shortest list of national program premieres of the year, too. But it’s still 17 new titles, so it’s not single-digit short.
Ah, 2021. The first month of the new year features the US premieres of 22 new series, seasons, specials, and films from the UK, Canada, and Ireland.
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.
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.
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.
May brings the national premieres of 27 new shows and seasons from the UK, Ireland, and Canada to the US, along with the local premieres of four British programs.
April showers bring three dozen 37 British and Canadian TV premieres — 31 32 national and 5 local/regional — to viewers in the US.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been feeling a bit of anxiety lately, owing to consuming too much news about the coronavirus pandemic. So I’m switching gears. Join me! 🙂
The Acorn TV schedule for 2020 is packed with new and returning Original series, as well as the highly-anticipated “Miss Fisher” movie.