Twenty-two new series, seasons, and specials from the UK and Ireland premiere in the US in November.
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.
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.
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