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.
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.
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.”
Filming begins this week on Taboo, a new eight-part period drama featuring rising Hollywood film star Tom Hardy in the lead role.
BBC One has commissioned two new drama series — His Dark Materials and In the Dark — adapted from the novels by Philip Pullman and Mark Billingham, respectively.
One huge hit deserves another, so BBC One has commissioned a second series of Doctor Foster, the intense drama starring Suranne Jones that took viewers by storm.
The game is definitely on. The long-awaited and highly-anticipated Sherlock special — “The Abominable Bride” — will premiere on both sides of the pond on the same day.
He’s fully clad in the photo, but no matter, as filming has started on Series 2 of Poldark with star Aidan Turner, who’s joined by new cast members, including John Nettles.