The business of brothels alongside family dramas are front and center in Harlots, the new period drama commissioned by ITV and Hulu for UK and US audiences.
Among the Entertainment and Children’s programs winners of the 75th Peabody Awards is Wolf Hall, the historical drama starring Oscar® winner Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell.
Hold onto your parkas. Actors from both sides of the pond, including Dennis Quaid, Michelle Fairley, and Ken Stott, are joining the cast of Fortitude for the series second outing.
British comedy Plebs will soon be making its stateside debut on Hulu, where The Delivery Man and Detectorists will get expanded distribution in the US.
In BBC Director-General Tony Hall’s speech at the Royal Television Society Cambridge Convention yesterday, he noted the BBC is bringing its own streaming service to the US.
The Making of a Lady, a romantic thriller, debuted in the US roughly a year ago on PBS, so if you missed it then or want to watch it again, you can now at Netflix.
Fans of The Wrong Mans get to open Christmas crackers and crack up when the second series of the action-packed comedy-thriller comes to UK and US telly at Christmas time.
The names of women in front of and behind the camera, plus those in executive suites and production offices, make up the Radio Times‘ list of the “30 most powerful women on TV and radio.” Which ones do you know?
Today’s Hump Day news edition features three of our favorite UK crime dramas, including an Emmy winner, a BAFTA nominee, and an IFTA nominee.
Following up on yesterday’s Hulu-related posts, today we delve into the wide array of programs making their way to the ever-expanding British TV catalog at Hulu Plus.