After its spring Watchathon, Xfinity will run its “Free TV Week” promotion this month, which includes a number of British TV programs, just in time for Thanksgiving.
There’s a lot happening in the world of British and Canadian TV in the US, so let’s get to it.
HBO Max announced today that it will be the exclusive US streaming home for Two Weeks to Live, the British dark comedy starring Maisie Williams.
It won’t be long now. Season 2 of the epic fantasy series His Dark Materials premieres in the US in one month.
Max Original series I Hate Suzie, co-created by and starring Billie Piper, will stream in the US exclusively on HBO Max.
The Murders at White House Farm, based on the real-life, headline-making murders in Essex in 1985, is set to premiere in the US on HBO Max.
HBO has set the US premiere date for the new contemporary drama series Industry.
Get ready for a lot of behind-the-wheel drama, as The Great Pottery Thrown Down is set to premiere in the US next week.
British comedy-drama Home is one of the most wonderful new series to arrive on this side of the pond this year.
HBO Max has announced the addition of several British TV titles to its slate of Originals.