Line of Duty, the hit British crime thriller that follows the (fictional) police anti-corruption unit, AC-12, will have a new stateside home for its fifth season premiere in 2019: Acorn TV.
In advance of the premiere of Dark Heart on this side of the pond, I had the chance to chat with Tom Riley about his dark and gritty new series.
Twenty-two titles make their series or new season premieres in November, from British crime dramas and comedies to historical dramas and competition shows.
Two popular series from north of the border will be returning to US telly in the not-too-distant future: legal drama Burden of Truth and whodunit drama Frankie Drake Mysteries.
Fans of Keeping Faith, rejoice. The BBC recently commissioned a second season of the hit Welsh mystery-thriller, which Acorn TV will screen in the US.
Stateside fans of British drama have three brand new series and the return of one of the best hit Brit mysteries of 2018 to look forward to in the coming days and months.
Ashley Jensen returns as amateur sleuth Agatha Raisin next month, when Acorn TV launches the second season of the titular mystery series.
This October is a lucky month, as it brings 21 new shows and seasons to stateside fans of programs from across the pond and north of the border.
A comedy, a thriller, and a mystery walk into a bar… Okay, no, they don’t, but we have news about series in each of these genres that are returning to telly.
Every twist and turn in Bancroft‘s first two episodes left me exclaiming, “What the what?!?” The entire crime thriller, which debuts in the US tomorrow, might do the same for you.