Daylight Savings Time begins this Sunday, which means stateside viewers will have an extra hour to watch four of the nineteen new shows and seasons premiering nationally this month.
Stateside fans of George Gently, this one is for you!
Oh, how fabulous! More new series and fan favorite programs from Britain, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are premiering exclusively on Acorn TV this year!
Fans of George Gently, rejoice! The beloved mystery/crime drama series starring Martin Shaw and Lee Ingleby will be back for its eighth and final season.
The 2015 Fall TV Season kicks off this month with some of the most highly-anticipated British TV programs of the year. The ones in the title of this post, for a start.
Martin Shaw and Lee Ingleby will soon be lighting up US broadcast airwaves, as George Gently is about to return to public TV stations with its seventh season.
After speaking with a friend in Morocco, where temps are around 115° F at night (!), highs in the 90s here don’t seem so bad, especially when we can chill out with some fab British, Irish, Australian, and Canadian series
George Gently, one of the most successful British crime dramas to cross the pond, is about to return to the US with its seventh series. Woo hoo!
Today’s Hump Day news edition features three of our favorite UK crime dramas, including an Emmy winner, a BAFTA nominee, and an IFTA nominee.
The newest series of the hit crime drama, George Gently, has been available for streaming in the US since it debuted on Acorn TV three weeks ago. However, if your preferred or only means of watching it is broadcast television,
The latest series of George Gently premieres this week on both sides of the pond, and fans of the hit detective drama in the US get a rare treat: We get to watch it before viewers in the UK do.
The fifth series of the hit BBC One detective drama, George Gently, is making its debut in North America — not on BBC America or PBS, but the streaming service Acorn TV.
Back in August, I wrote a piece entitled “Crushes on Characters: Men in British TV,” which features one of Martin Shaw’s popular characters, Judge John Deed. So, let’s look today at the actor and a few of the roles he’s