Stateside viewers are halfway through Series 2 of Irish mystery Blood. Check out what series creator and writer Sophie Petzal and executive producer Jonathan Fisher say about the new season.
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.
The Acorn TV schedule for 2020 is packed with new and returning Original series, as well as the highly-anticipated “Miss Fisher” movie.
Finding Joy, the highest-rated comedy debut of 2018 for RTÉ and a sleeper hit for Acorn TV, will return to both channels in 2020 with a second season.
Just in time for the colder days and longer nights is the North American premiere of Irish psychological crime thriller Dublin Murders.
Twenty-six new and returning shows, including a few highly-anticipated titles, debut nationally in the US in November.
Filming has started on The South Westerlies, a new Irish comedy-drama commissioned by RTÉ and Acorn Media Enterprises.
From the creator of the hit Irish drama Love/Hate comes Taken Down, the mystery-crime drama that premieres tomorrow in the US and Canada.
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