Celtic noir crime drama Jack Taylor has returned to the US, and you know what that means. Dark stories, the backdrop of Galway, and Iain Glen. Yowzah.
Right, then, Iain Glen fans. Before you know it, it will be time to swoon again, as the actor is set to lead the ensemble cast of the new epic drama Cleverman.
WETA UK, the nation’s first and only broadcast channel that airs British TV programming 24/7/365, is also the first public TV channel to screen the Irish crime series, Jack Taylor.
For a period drama whose key characters are mostly the doctors and nurses of a hospital gynecology ward, Breathless is not a medical drama in the usual sense, and it is anything but sterile.
PBS is pulling out the stops in celebrating the 40th Anniversary Season of Great Performances with its premiere of the BBC’s magnificent The Hollow Crown.
Hooray! The wait for the final two episodes of Jack Taylor is finally over!
Following the success of period dramas Downton Abbey, Mr. Selfridge and Call the Midwife on both sides of the pond, ITV and MASTERPIECE on PBS/WGBH have teamed up to co-produce a new medical drama set in the 1960s: Breathless.
I don’t know about you, but I think Iain Glen is da bomb. So I am thrilled that, not only has he been gracing our screens in Game of Thrones, his series Jack Taylor has finally arrived on these shores.