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.
Bodyguard, the most-watched new drama series in the UK in more than a decade, debuts on Netflix in the US and other territories next month.
Adrian Dunbar headlines the cast of Blood, a new Irish thriller that will screen in Ireland and the UK and in the US on Acorn TV.
Filming began this past Monday on Pitching In, the new Acorn co-produced family drama for BBC Wales and BBC One Daytime that stars Larry Lamb.
Netflix will be the exclusive stateside home of three new seasons of The Great British Baking Show, the first of which premieres next week.
Several new British TV programs, along with new seasons of hit series, are headed to telly on both sides of the pond this year and next.
Acorn TV is bringing several female sleuths to telly in its third sole commission, the new whodunit series Queens of Mystery.
Following its premieres of Keeping Faith and Hidden on this side of the pond, Acorn TV will debut its next Welsh TV series this autumn: the noir crime drama Bang.
BritBox has announced several titles that will premiere in the US exclusively on the BBC Studios/ITV streaming service, including the next BritBox Original series, Dark Heart.
Netflix has released the first image of Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II in the upcoming third season of The Crown.