A lot of actors have joined the casts of new British TV series, so let’s get to them, shall we?
Summer hasn’t arrived yet, but PBS has announced the schedule for its Fall 2015 season, which includes the British dramas Arthur & George, Indian Summers, and The Widower.
In Part 2 of this series, we look at shows expected to debut on BBC channels in 2015. Will they also screen in the US during this or a later year? Only time will tell. (Page 3 of 3)
As another year of fabulous British TV draws to a close, we take a look back at some of our favorite shows. Here in Part 1 are the ones that debuted in the US during 2014.
Netflix subscribers, rejoice, because “the world’s leading Internet television network” is bringing you more Brit TV hits in December: Broadchurch and The Honourable Woman.
The 2014 US midterm elections are next month, so it’s apropos that the political drama, The Politician’s Husband, makes its broadcast debut on local public TV stations around the same time that we head to the voting booth.
Fans of Shakespeare and The Hollow Crown, rejoice! BBC Two has announced its commission of the Bard-based follow-up, The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses.
Political maneuvering for power. Big business and big money interests in government. Conspiracy theories that could bring a nation to war — again. Sound familiar? Welcome to Secret State.
Politics makes strange bedfellows. Politicos who actually share a bed, if not aspirations, make intrigue in the political thriller The Politician’s Husband.