For folks who’ve been jonesin’ for a Downton Abbey- or Mr. Selfridge-esque period drama, check out The Halcyon, which premiered in the US today.
Cilla Black, the legendary Liverpudlian entertainer, died a year after ITV aired the biopic of her early life — one of the most feel-good, must-watch miniseries you’re ever likely to see.
For stateside viewers who fancy Stephen Dillane, Essie Davis, Australian programs, shows about the Irish, biopics, and/or epic historical dramas, Kings in Grass Castles is for you.
Ripper Street fans, rejoice! The BAFTA-nominated and IFTA-winning crime drama is returning for not just one but two more series. Woo hoo!
Holiday gifts have arrived early in the form of new video streaming titles, including a few comedies and a drama. Go ahead. Get your binge-watch on.
Hot diggity! Another Brit TV show that made its US debut on local public television stations has made it to streaming services. It’s Father Brown, the hit BBC mystery series starring Mark Williams that is going into its third season.
The British “invasion” of American television has become an entrenched and still-growing part of the stateside viewing landscape, but another invasion is also taking audiences by storm, and this time it’s Australian.
There is rip-roaring fantabulous news in the world of British TV today. Ripper Street IS returning for a third series!
It’s Valentine’s Day 2014, and love is in the air. So are snow, sleet, and driving rains across much of the US and UK. The weather is bad and roads are worse, which makes it a good day to stay
Of the British police procedurals with female leads that have been shown in the US, only Prime Suspect, with its mix of DCI/DS Jane Tennison’s gritty police work and personal dramas, acquired a notable fan base. That is, until Scott