Fans of Agatha Christie’s Poirot and Foyle’s War have known for years, decades even, just how brilliant these critically-acclaimed series are. For voting members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences who may or may not make up subsets of
For the first time ever, Agatha Christie’s Poirot and Foyle’s War will be on the ballot for Emmy® Awards voters to consider as nominees, thanks to Acorn TV.
Following up on Part 1 about our favorite 2014 Brit TV debuts, we look today at the programs that returned to this side of the pond with their second, third, etc. seasons.
David Suchet’s days as Hercule Poirot may be over, but fans can’t seem to get enough of the Belgian detective. So it’s great news that public TV stations in the US will debut the final three episodes of Agatha Christie’s
The stateside Summer of Poirot kicked off last Sunday with “The Big Four,” and how merveilleux was it to see David Suchet return to the screen as our favorite Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot. But there is more of Suchet in
“And now, the end is near, and so I face the final curtain…” I don’t know if Frank Sinatra ever watched Agatha Christie’s Poirot, but the opening lyrics to one of Ol’ Blue Eyes’ trademark songs are spot on for
Alors, mes amis, after portraying Hercule Poirot for a quarter century, David Suchet has put away the Belgian detective’s hat and mustache, donated his cane to a museum, and bid a final au revoir to the legendary character. Telly won’t
There is rarely a dull moment in British TV news, and today we have a couple of tidbits that should make fans happy. So without any further ado…