The historical drama The Windermere Children and the accompanying documentary The Windermere Children: In Their Own Words tell a powerful true story. Both should be on your weekend viewing list.
April showers bring three dozen 37 British and Canadian TV premieres — 31 32 national and 5 local/regional — to viewers in the US.
TV-wise, March comes in like a lamb this year, with just a baker’s dozen of new series and seasons from the UK and Ireland premiering nationally in the US.
Hundreds of titles from the UK, Ireland, and Canada were added to streaming and linear TV channels in 2019. Here are the 20 that made my list of favorites.
Twenty-six new and returning shows, including a few highly-anticipated titles, debut nationally in the US in November.
On average, a brand new or returning series or telefilm from the UK and Canada will premiere in the US every 1.6 days in October.
As worldwide fans of Monty Python’s Flying Circus celebrate the iconic series’ 50th anniversary in September, stateside British TV fans also can watch the premieres of thirteen new and returning national series, as well as two brand new series in
HBO has just announced the premiere date for its latest miniseries, the historical drama Catherine the Great starring Helen Mirren and Jason Clarke.
There’s news about new and returning series, so without any further ado…
Netflix will debut Season 3 of its Global Original series The Crown on November 17, 2019, in all of its territories.
Tomorrow is Independence Day in the US, so if you have the day off and prefer watching British TV to attending a parade or cookout, here are seven recent shows worth bingeing.
Eighteen new and returning series and specials come to US telly in July, including coverage from two UK flower shows and the final season of a much-loved comedy.
Nineteen new shows and seasons premiere nationally in the US in June, along with nine that debut on public TV stations in local markets across the country.