The amazing Sarah Lancashire headlines the cast of mystery miniseries National Treasure: Kiri, which premieres in the US on Hulu.
The Rev. is returning. As in the vicar, Reverend Smallbone, and the eternally-funny BAFTA Best Comedy winner, Rev., whose long-awaited third season debuts in the US in just ten days. Woo hoo! I mean, Amen!
BBC Two is marking its 50th year, and guess who gets the anniversary present? We do! The gift? Not one but two more series of the critically-acclaimed and viewer-favorite crime drama Line of Duty. Woot!
When the BBC Three comedy, Pramface, first screened in 2012, there were two things I had to get past to give the show a go. The first was the title. Pramface? That just sounded so mean. (British slang terms aren’t necessarily
In the realm of crime dramas, noir is the new black, and the latest series of Line of Duty is as dark and gripping from start to finish as any of the Nordic Noir programs that have crossed the fjords.
Ah, life at uni. For the Manchester Medlock University students who reside at 28 Hartnell Avenue, it most definitely is not all about books and grades, and their second year is just as jacked up as their first.
Moone Boy, the International Emmy winner for Best Comedy in 2012, will be cracking us up once again when its second series debuts in the UK and US in the upcoming weeks.
Fans of the intense police-corruption drama Line of Duty can look forward to watching the second series in the not-too-distant future on both sides of the pond.
The highly-anticipated new comedy-thriller, The Wrong Mans, premiered in the UK last night, and will soon be making its stateside premiere as a Hulu Original Series.
Moone Boy, the Irish sitcom recently added to the Hulu Exclusive Series library, is quirky, witty, and a hoot to watch.
The competition between streaming services in the U.S. is really heating up. Not only are they producing their own original content these days, they are ramping up their exclusivity deals for British TV shows, too.