Coming in May for US Brit TV fans: 13 new shows and seasons, 40+ titles added to streaming services, plus programs related to and live coverage of the Royal Wedding.
Showers, shmowers. May flowers can wait, because eighteen new and returning programs arrive nationally on US telly in April. A few more will screen locally.
For the shortest month of the year, we certainly have a lot of British and Canadian TV premieres in the US. Let the bingeing begin!
Daylight Savings Time begins this Sunday, which means stateside viewers will have an extra hour to watch four of the nineteen new shows and seasons premiering nationally this month.
Dame Penelope Keith returns for another delightful program, in which she takes viewers behind the closed doors of Queen Elizabeth’s royal residences across the UK.
The dogs days of summer are definitely here, so chillax in the AC with the US premieres of hit British mysteries, dramas, comedies, and documentaries in August.
“She sees dead people” could be the tagline for the Britcom Marley’s Ghosts, which will begin premiering on public TV stations one week from today.
Sherlock Holmes, the most famous fictional detective in the world, inspired more than fans donning deerstalker caps, Inverness capes, and Calabash pipes. Find out why a NASA scientist counts him as an influence, too, in this intriguing Canadian documentary.
April showers bring May flowers, and this month’s British TV program premieres bring hours of viewing enjoyment with the return of midwives, the arrival of alien-battling teens, and more to telly.
Public television stations from the East Coast to the West are where the fourth season of A Place to Call Home, one of Australia’s most addictive dramas ever, has its broadcast debut.
Princes Philip, Charles, William, and Harry are making the House of Windsor and the British royal family one of the world’s best-known brands through their charity work.