My pick for feel-good drama of the year when it debuted in the US in 2017, The Good Karma Hospital is back with a new season of stories filled with love, loss, and laughs.
The BBC announced quite a list of titles that will be airing on its channels in 2019. The question is: Which ones will be shown on this side of the pond?
After the first season racked up a consolidated audience of 6 million viewers for BBC One, the channel has commissioned Series 2 of the medical thriller Trust Me.
Summer’s here and the time is right for tuning into new and returning crime thrillers, documentaries, mysteries, period dramas, and sci-fi series, plus a competition show, from the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
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!
After speaking with a friend in Morocco, where temps are around 115° F at night (!), highs in the 90s here don’t seem so bad, especially when we can chill out with some fab British, Irish, Australian, and Canadian series
Folks on both sides of the pond have been burning up their tellies with the Sky/Pivot Arctic thriller, Fortitude. But which others of the shows slated for Sky’s 2015 schedule will land stateside? At least one. Let’s take a look
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
Hospital drama Monroe is headed back to the US to delight fans of the genre and actor James Nesbitt when its second and final series premieres next week.
Following the success of period dramas Downton Abbey, Mr. Selfridge and Call the Midwife on both sides of the pond, ITV and MASTERPIECE on PBS/WGBH have teamed up to co-produce a new medical drama set in the 1960s: Breathless.