You’re reading it here first, folks. KCET, the largest independent public television station in the US, is premiering some of the best in British TV to its viewers next month.
Viewers on the stateside side of the pond, get ready to head back to the (fictional) Caribbean island of Saint-Marie, because Death in Paradise is returning soon.
Filming has started on the sixth season of the hit dramedy mystery series Death in Paradise, and you know what that means. Lots of guest stars, including the city of London…
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!
What better reason to stay indoors during the rainy month of April than to watch the US premieres of the highly-anticipated returns of Game of Thrones, Outlander, and Ripper Street, and the critically-acclaimed Wolf Hall. And there’s more besides…
It’s time to go to back the (fictional) island of Saint-Marie, where fun in the sun mixes with dark secrets and murders. Near-perfect murders until DI Humphrey Goodman has his aha moments. Yes, it’s time for the fourth season of
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.)
Following up on Part 1 about our favorite 2014 Brit TV debuts, we look today at the programs that returned to this side of the pond with their second, third, etc. seasons.
Filming has started on the fourth series of the hit crime dramedy Death in Paradise, and there are guest stars aplenty. Unfortunately, a regular cast member is a regular no more.
The Season One DVDs for DCI Banks, Death in Paradise, and Scott & Bailey — three of the highest-rated British TV programs that premiered exclusively on local public television stations in the US — are finally here.
British TV fans of both sides of the pond should be thrilled to know that two of the most popular programs to have come to the small screen in the past few years — Call the Midwife and Death in