New program and cast announcements, plus a few details about recent and long-time favorite series returning to telly, is what’s on tap in today’s news bits.
March roars in like a lion with 27 shows premiering nationally in the US, plus 4 debuting locally on public TV stations and even more titles being added to streaming services.
Acorn TV makes its first renewal in giving Agatha Raisin a third season, with star Ashley Jensen returning for the new episodes.
London Kills, the first straight-to-series commission by Acorn Media Enterprises, has launched in the US with all five episodes of its first season.
Ten new programs, seasons, and streaming premieres, plus the final episode of a hit Brit mystery series, debut nationally in the US in February. There’s more besides, too.
There’s a new detective in Midsomer County. Another Barnaby. John Barnaby. Played by Neil Dudgeon, whom I had the pleasure to meet and interview a while back.
Another year has gone by and a couple hundred more British, Irish, and Canadian shows premiered in the US — a list whittled down to my favorites of 2018.
New cast members join two drama series, a slew of guest stars appears in a hit Brit mystery series, and a popular drama series is set to return with its fourth season.
Yes, pet. Season 9 of Vera, the hit mystery series starring Golden Globes and BAFTA winner Brenda Blethyn, debuts day and date on both sides of the pond this weekend.
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?