HBO Max announced today its renewal of Starstruck, the critically-acclaimed British comedy series written by and starring Kiwi actor and comedian Rose Matafeo.
Acorn TV has announced the second season renewal for its popular, Emmy®-nominated crime drama series Queens of Mystery.
Acorn TV announced today its recommission with Acorn Media Enterprises of Agatha Raisin for a fourth series, once again starring Ashley Jensen as the eponymous sleuth.
Fans of The Split, rejoice! The brilliant drama series, created by BAFTA and Emmy® Award winner Abi Morgan (River, The Hour), will return for a third and final season.
SundanceTV announced today its renewal of the Emmy® Award-winning short-form series State of the Union for a second season.
BBC Two has just announced its order of Series 4 and 5 of the brilliant and hugely popular 1920s Birmingham-set gangster drama, Peaky Blinders. Woo hoo!
There is double good news for Line of Duty. The BBC has moved the incredible police drama from BBC Two to its flagship BBC One channel and recommissioned it for a fifth series.
On both sides of the pond, fans of Grantchester can’t get enough of this hit Brit mystery. So ITV and PBS are bringing us more!
Two of today’s most popular hit Brit mystery series — Death in Paradise and Father Brown — have each been recommissioned by BBC One for a new season. Hurrah!
Great news, Endeavour fans! ITV has commissioned a fourth series of the hit mystery/crime drama series, and both Shaun Evans and Roger Allam are reprising their roles for it!
One recommission + one stateside premiere date + one cast announcement = a lot of Brit TV goodies to look forward to in the new year and beyond.
A whole lotta TVing is going on at the BBC and ITV, as both have announced new program commissions. Plus there’s news about a returning show and another whose cast is set.
DCI Banks, one of Brit TV’s most popular contemporary detective dramas, is coming back to ITV for another series of three stories. Woo hoo!