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.
The explosions of color in nature make New England one of the most beautiful places to be during the fall. For folks who can’t get there, watch Autumnwatch – New England.
Summertime, and the streaming is easy… and so is watching British TV on broadcast and cable TV, given nearly 40 titles premiering, returning, and being added to schedules in June.
September means the new fall TV season, and this month brings 16 new programs from Great Britain, Australia, and Canada to stateside cable channels and SVOD services.
British comedian Romesh Ranganathan is a stranger in a strange (to him) land in this very funny series that takes him from the UK to Sri Lanka and North America.
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.
One hundred thirty TV shows from British Commonwealth territories and Ireland were new to the US in 2015, and selecting my fifteen favorites of the year took some doing.
Sky 1, Sky plc’s flagship pay TV channel in the UK and Ireland, has renewed its focus and upped its investment in original programming, and at least some of its shows are headed to the US.
The Forth Bridge in Scotland joined 1,030 places and properties around the world on the UNESCO World Heritage List this past weekend, so today we look at ten World Heritage sites in the UK that have appeared in British TV
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. And he’s brought presents quite early (Christmas in February!) but in the form of Brit TV news. Specifically, news that 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy, Broadchurch, and Hunderby are returning to telly.
Television programs are filmed in cities across the UK, from Cardiff and Belfast to Manchester and Glasgow. And one of them — Bristol — has been named “the best city to live in Britain.”
Money. Power. Sex. Scandal. All this and more has been dramatized in the British TV series, Hotel Babylon, but for a real-life look at what really goes on behind closed doors at some of the swankiest hotels in the world, there