Add to your gotta-see-TV list Killing Eve, the spy thriller that BBC America renewed for a second season before the first has its worldwide premiere this evening.
The Xfinity Watchathon Week is back, and this year Netflix joins the broadcast and cable channels offering up programs for the free Comcast binge-fest.
It’s T minus 13.25 hours until Idris Elba returns to US telly as the iconic Detective Chief Inspector John Luther in the highly-anticipated two-part Luther special event drama.
One recommission + one stateside premiere date + one cast announcement = a lot of Brit TV goodies to look forward to in the new year and beyond.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, as holiday specials, dramas, a mockumentary and rockumentary, a music-filled movie, and a proper musical, premiere on US channels and streaming services this month.
Is Steven Moffat Father Christmas? Yes for this Whovian, because Alex Kingston returns to Doctor Who in this year’s Christmas special, “The Husbands of River Song.”
The countdown has begun. Idris Elba will soon be back on US telly in his iconic role of Detective Chief Inspector John Luther in the Luther event special on BBC America.
The 2015 Fall TV Season kicks off this month with some of the most highly-anticipated British TV programs of the year. The ones in the title of this post, for a start.
Not only is Peter Capaldi’s Doctor suited and booted in the upcoming Season 9 of Doctor Who, his future’s so bright, he’s gotta wear shades.
Colin Morgan’s latest character won’t need to plug in or hide from the law, as he plays a fully-human and haunted rather than hunted being in the new BBC supernatural period mystery drama The Living and the Dead.
The Television Critics Association (TCA) Summer Press Tour 2015 is in full swing, and here’s a recap of Brit TV-related news from PBS and BBC America.