Amazon dropped 20 titles from the BBC’s archives into Prime Video a couple days ago, giving US viewers several days worth of adapted works to watch.
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.
The BBC has confirmed that Steven Moffat is stepping down as the lead writer and executive producer of Doctor Who, and that Chris Chibnall will take over the reins as showrunner for the hit sci-fi series.
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.
A whole lotta TVing is going on at the BBC and ITV, as both have announced new program commissions. Plus there’s news about a returning show and another whose cast is set.
In BBC Director-General Tony Hall’s speech at the Royal Television Society Cambridge Convention yesterday, he noted the BBC is bringing its own streaming service to the US.
Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime — one of the most highly-anticipated new British TV dramas this year — makes its US debut on Acorn TV later this summer and marks one of the biggest US premieres yet for RLJ Entertainment’s
The list of subscription video-on-demand services offering British TV programs to fans of the genre in the US grew by one yesterday, as DramaFever is now offering titles from the BBC.
Viewers who have been riveted by hit BBC period drama Poldark and ITV’s contemporary thriller Prey will get more of both, as each will return for a second series.
Some of our favorite British actors, including Olivia Colman, Anne-Marie Duff, Katherine Parkinson, and Nicola Walker, are starring alongside a host of others in new series coming later this year and next to the BBC and ITV.
In Part 2 of this series, we look at shows expected to debut on BBC channels in 2015. Will they also screen in the US during this or a later year? Only time will tell. (Page 3 of 3)