Thirty programs from the UK, Canada, and Ireland, including 20 national premieres plus shows from Wales and Scotland, are coming to telly in July.
Autumn is here, and with the crispness of the air and fewer hours of daylight come a bevy of British TV premieres, including some of the most highly-anticipated program returns.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, as holiday specials, dramas, a mockumentary and rockumentary, a music-filled movie, and a proper musical, premiere on US channels and streaming services this month.
Halloween is tomorrow, and what better way to get your fright night off to a chilling start than with these thirteen creepy, spooky, scary Brit TV series.
Here’s the thing about animated series such as Danger Mouse: Adults love them as much as children, which is why Lena Headey and John Oliver are adding their voices to the Danger Mouse reboot.
The hit mockumentary, Derek, is returning. Not with six episodes, but one special. And one is better than none, I say.
Web series come and web series go. And then there is Untitled Web Series About A Space Traveler Who Can Also Travel Through Time, a Doctor Who parody whose second season won’t be a season but a movie featuring several
The 2012 Olympic Games may be over, but the laughs will soon be starting when a select few PBS stations begin airing the Hugh Bonneville-led ensemble cast comedy, Twenty Twelve.
Following up on yesterday’s Hulu-related posts, today we delve into the wide array of programs making their way to the ever-expanding British TV catalog at Hulu Plus.
Jimmy Fallon is one seriously funny guy. His talent for spoofing the spoofable of pop culture went epic during this past Friday’s show, when he and others from his Late Night program parodied the phenom fantasy series Game of Thrones.