Baptiste, a new drama thriller from Harry and Jack Williams, will bring Tchéky Karyo back to the small screen as French investigator Julien Baptiste. (Yay!)
After the first season racked up a consolidated audience of 6 million viewers for BBC One, the channel has commissioned Series 2 of the medical thriller Trust Me.
The Ink Factory, BBC, and AMC — the companies behind the award-winning series The Night Manager — are bringing another John le Carré novel to the small screen: The Little Drummer Girl.
Shows we can look forward to seeing in 2018 and 2019 include a new season of a fan-favorite dramedy, the reboot of a gritty crime drama, and a new UK drama starring an Aussie award winner.
A cinema and telly star on both sides of the pond, Toby Jones is set to star alongside Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in the upcoming fourth season of Sherlock.
There is double good news for Line of Duty. The BBC has moved the incredible police drama from BBC Two to its flagship BBC One channel and recommissioned it for a fifth series.
BBC One has announced that Pearl Mackie will play Bill, the new companion to Peter Capaldi’s Time Lord in Doctor Who.
Two of today’s most popular hit Brit mystery series — Death in Paradise and Father Brown — have each been recommissioned by BBC One for a new season. Hurrah!
The classic hit Britcom Are You Being Served? is getting a 21st-century reboot featuring an all-star cast, so longtime and new Brit TV fans can get your laugh on.
Stateside cable channel SundanceTV has added another UK co-production — the family-centered, autism-focused The A-Word — to its slate of scripted dramas this year.
Polly Hill, Controller of BBC Drama Commissioning, has announced that a new television adaptation of Howards End is amongst several new series being produced for BBC One.