April brings 20 new series and returning seasons, the national broadcast premieres of two popular programs, and the local broadcast debuts of eight shows on public TV stations.
A dozen series from the UK, Australia, and Canada, plus a Brit-ified one from the US, premiere on telly in the States this month.
No, this is not an April Fool’s joke. A whopping twenty-one series premiere in or return to the US this month, including some of the most highly-anticipated shows this year.
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…
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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.
The 2014 TV Choice Awards brought Brit TV stars out to the London Hilton last night, and guess who won big?
The Queen visited the Iron Throne of Westeros today. No, not Cersei Lannister. The real queen, Queen Elizabeth II.
Across much of the US, winter is already here. But in Westeros, Winter is Coming. Also coming is the fourth season of the one of the most pirated television series ever — Game of Thrones — and HBO’s first full-length
Viewers were treated to some of the best British TV the UK had to offer in 2013, and like you, we had our favorites, such as these:
Television viewers have made their opinions known, as Television Without Pity has announced the winners and recipients of less dubious achievements of the 2013 Tubey Awards.
The comings and goings of cast members to and from hit British TV shows keeps a-rollin’…
The 2013 Primetime Emmy© nominations were announced this morning, and a bevy of British talent was among the nominees. Congratulations to everyone!