Twenty-one new series, specials, and films from the UK, Ireland, and Canada make their national US premieres in April, along with five titles that debut in local markets.
NENT Studios UK announced today that it has negotiated a co-production deal with Acorn TV for true-crime drama Manhunt II: The Night Stalker.
A detective’s mission to bring murderers to justice is the focus of Honour, the riveting true-crime drama that is set to premiere in North America.
A Welsh police team’s dedication to solving two decades-old cold cases and provide justice for the victims and their families is at the heart of The Pembrokeshire Murders.
The shortest month of the year could have the shortest list of national program premieres of the year, too. But it’s still 17 new titles, so it’s not single-digit short.
There’s a lot happening in the world of British and Canadian TV in the US, so let’s get to it.
Here’s a quick rundown on three new British TV series that will be shown in the US (two definitely, more than likely for the third) in the near and distant future.
David Tennant plays the title role in Des, the chilling serial killer true-crime event series that premieres in the US tomorrow.
Trick or treating might not happen in neighborhoods across the US this month, but it’s certain that 22 new and returning British and Canadian series will premiere in the States.
AMC released today its official trailer for The Salisbury Poisonings, a dramatization of the real-life assassination attempt using the nerve agent Novichok in the UK in 2018.
The Murders at White House Farm, based on the real-life, headline-making murders in Essex in 1985, is set to premiere in the US on HBO Max.
The end of the summer brings 26 new British and Canadian series, seasons, and specials to the US, plus what looks to be a romp of a film from the UK.
HBO Max has announced the addition of several British TV titles to its slate of Originals.