A half-century ago tomorrow, the Apollo 11 mission put men on the Moon for the first time. In honor of this momentous achievement, specials about the Moon landing are airing up and down the dial. For folks inclined to expand
Eighteen new and returning series and specials come to US telly in July, including coverage from two UK flower shows and the final season of a much-loved comedy.
The dedicated channels for Doctor Who Classic and Antiques Roadshow UK are now live on Pluto TV in the US, streaming episodes 24/7 and for free.
Nineteen new shows and seasons premiere nationally in the US in June, along with nine that debut on public TV stations in local markets across the country.
The BBC announced quite a list of titles that will be airing on its channels in 2019. The question is: Which ones will be shown on this side of the pond?
Happy New Year! Kicking off 2019 are series featuring an alien, a witch and a vampire, a monarch, a matriarch, an amateur sleuth, and a beloved detective.
Whovians, ring in 2019 with the Doctor Who New Year’s Day special, preceded by a Doctor Who marathon, on BBC America.
Twenty-two titles make their series or new season premieres in November, from British crime dramas and comedies to historical dramas and competition shows.
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.
Mark your calendars and set your DVRs, cos BBC America will air a Doctor Who marathon as the lead-up to the groundbreaking debut of Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor.
The dog days of summer are here, so grab an iced beverage and your screen of choice and cool off with the 26 titles coming available this month.
The Innocents, a Romeo and Juliet-ish drama with a sci-fi twist, brings Guy Pearce back to US telly next month.