After the first season racked up a consolidated audience of 6 million viewers for BBC One, the channel has commissioned Series 2 of the medical thriller Trust Me.
Cardinal, the award-winning Canadian crime thriller, returns to the US with its second season, just in time for weekend binge-watching.
Fire up your Hulu and laugh out loud to No Activity, the brilliant comedy from Australia that began streaming in the US today.
With just over two months to go before we ring in the new year, here’s a look at 20 brand-new shows from the UK, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand to look forward to.
Noir doesn’t necessarily mean Nordic, as is the case with Cardinal, a new crime drama serial from Canada that stars Billy Campbell as the eponymous detective.
A holiday abroad is supposed to be full of fun and adventure. For the travelers in Gap Year, it’s a little of both and a whole lot more.
Line of Duty, one of the best UK crime dramas EVER, has returned to the US with its latest season, and it is one heckuva humdinger.
Women working in the world’s oldest profession are front and center in Harlots, the new British costume drama starring Samantha Morton, Lesley Manville, and Jessica Brown Findlay, and premiering in the US on Hulu.
That title sums it up, and bears repeating. Yahoo View is another source for you to stream shows from across the pond, north of the border, and Down Under without paying a penny.
National Treasure, a drama based not on fake news but inspired by a very real police investigation and celebrity arrests for sex crimes in the UK, is soon to make its US debut.
What’s the craic? The award-winning, hilarious Irish sitcom Bridget & Eamon, that’s what.
The business of brothels alongside family dramas are front and center in Harlots, the new period drama commissioned by ITV and Hulu for UK and US audiences.
The third and final season of The Musketeers is set to make its US debut, but instead of airing on cable as the first two seasons did, it will premiere exclusively on Hulu.