Golden Globes® winner Lena Dunham (Girls) directs the upcoming drama series Industry, whose cast includes up-and-comers of British TV.
The explosions of color in nature make New England one of the most beautiful places to be during the fall. For folks who can’t get there, watch Autumnwatch – New England.
BBC Two has just announced its order of Series 4 and 5 of the brilliant and hugely popular 1920s Birmingham-set gangster drama, Peaky Blinders. Woo hoo!
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.
Inside No. 9, the award-winning, critically-acclaimed comedy-drama from the warped minds of Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, returns for Series 3 with a star-studded cast.
There will be several new cast members in the third and final series of the hit crime drama The Fall, which has begun filming in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
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.
In a deal with all3media International, Starz will have exclusive US premium rights to Stephen Poliakoff’s Close to the Enemy and co-produce the new thriller miniseries.
China Miéville’s fantasy/crime novel The City & The City is being adapted into a four-part thriller serial for BBC Two.
More dramas are headed to telly, and the BBC and ITV have announced the casts for two of them: Close to the Enemy and Midwinter of the Spirit.
Hmm, given the trailers for the new season of Death in Paradise and the new serial Wolf Hall, it looks like there’s a whole lotta drama going on. (And a few laughs, too.)
Fans of The Wrong Mans get to open Christmas crackers and crack up when the second series of the action-packed comedy-thriller comes to UK and US telly at Christmas time.
Fans of Shakespeare and The Hollow Crown, rejoice! BBC Two has announced its commission of the Bard-based follow-up, The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses.