Halloween is tomorrow, and what better way to get your fright night off to a chilling start than with these thirteen creepy, spooky, scary Brit TV series.
October brings the highly-anticipated returns of two fan favorite shows, as well as UK program premieres in the US that are sure to please more than a few viewers.
They’re heeere. Well, they’re coming. As in poltergeists. In The Enfield Haunting, the creepy supernatural thriller that crosses the pond from Sky to A&E for its US premiere.
Following up on Monday’s post about the adaptation of China Miéville’s fantasy/crime novel The City & The City, today we look at a few more published titles being made for British telly.
Spooky action at a distance and up close and personal. That’s what’s in store when Penny Dreadful returns in 2016 with new characters, including Dr. Jekyll.
Colin Morgan’s latest character won’t need to plug in or hide from the law, as he plays a fully-human and haunted rather than hunted being in the new BBC supernatural period mystery drama The Living and the Dead.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is becoming a telly celeb in his own right, with not one but two series featuring the creator of Sherlock Holmes headed stateside.
More Gothic goings-on are in store for Brit TV fans, because the devilishly-dark and seriously spooky Penny Dreadful, featuring iconic creepy characters such as Dr. Frankenstein, Dorian Gray, and the Wolfman, is returning for a third series.
Hello June, the month that practically every US Brit TV fan has been waiting for, given the premieres of several highly-anticipated new series and the return of many viewer favorites.
It’s time to wrap the maypole and begin watching the more than dozen British TV shows premiering in the US this month, including The Fixer, Mr. Sloane, the third and final season of Moone Boy, and the second season of
No Showtime subscription? No problem. At least not for the opener of Penny Dreadful: Season 2, which is streaming now and for free in advance of the season premiere next month.