Hulu has acquired the exclusive US streaming rights to the first two seasons of Letterkenny, the award-winning Canadian comedy series created by and starring Jared Keeso.
Acorn has two big pieces of news: they are co-producing a new biopic of legendary comedian Benny Hill and expanding Acorn TV to Latin American territories. Olé!
Production has wrapped on The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco, and BritBox will premiere the new mystery series in the US next month.
New and returning British series headed to US telly include three book-to-TV adaptations, a new comedy from Ricky Gervais, and a high-end historical drama.
Acorn TV has another original Irish TV series for North American audiences: Finding Joy, the new Amy Huberman scripted comedy.
If you have a valid library card, then you might be able to take advantage of the Kanopy streaming service for your international TV fix.
Baptiste, a new drama thriller from Harry and Jack Williams, will bring Tchéky Karyo back to the small screen as French investigator Julien Baptiste. (Yay!)
The cast is shaping up for the next two seasons of the multiple award-winning Netflix historical drama The Crown, with Tobias Menzies set to play the Duke of Edinburgh.
Acorn TV is celebrating the twenty-first broadcast anniversary of Midsomer Murders by extending its free trial offer from 7 to 30 days for new subscribers.
London Kills is Acorn Media Enterprise’s second series commission and first straight-to-series program.
Showtime is expanding its original programming to Saturday nights, starting with the addition of the five-part drama Patrick Melrose to its existing sports and movie offerings.