Oh, how fabulous! More new series and fan favorite programs from Britain, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are premiering exclusively on Acorn TV this year!
Amy Huberman is tickled pink. Her new series, Striking Out, is Ireland’s #1 new drama, and it’s premiering in the US on the greenest, shamrock-iest day of the year: St. Patrick’s Day.
Before you laissez les bons temps rouler on Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday, check out the new and returning British and Aussie programs this month, including a few highly-anticipated ones.
A coroner, a Senior Crown Prosecutor, and a private detective march, I mean walk into a pub… Actually, they appear on broadcast telly in Southern and Central California in British and Aussie shows premiering on KCET.
By my count, 215 new programs and program seasons from the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada premiered stateside in 2016. Of them, here are my picks for the best 20 that were brand-spanking-new to the US.
Welcome to August and the dog days of summer, the perfect time to chill out with the AC set to high and the telly tuned to new and returning Brit TV shows.
“In like a lion, out like a lamb?” Not for British TV in the US, because this month is chock-full of must-watch premieres of new and returning shows, plus lots of Irish programs, too!
The 2015 Fall TV Season kicks off this month with some of the most highly-anticipated British TV programs of the year. The ones in the title of this post, for a start.
It’s time to wrap the maypole and begin watching the more than dozen British TV shows premiering in the US this month, including The Fixer, Mr. Sloane, the third and final season of Moone Boy, and the second season of
As television shows from the UK continue to capture fans on this side of the pond, more and more series from the Southern Hemisphere are making their way to the Western. That is, from Australia and New Zealand to the
American remakes of hit British TV shows happen regularly, despite the fact that the ratings successes, such as The Office and House of Cards, are highly outnumbered by the ratings failures. But they continue, and six more are on the way.