KCET might not have any tricks for Southern Californians tomorrow, but it certainly has a treat for Halloween: its premiere of Season 9 of the hit British mystery series Vera.
Death in Paradise, one of the most popular British mystery series on telly today, returns to public TV stations in the US starting this month, including KCET.
Here’s a treat to kick off your weekend: my interview with Douglas Henshall, the star of Scottish noir crime drama series Shetland.
You’re reading it here first, folks. KCET, the largest independent public television station in the US, is premiering some of the best in British TV to its viewers next month.
A coroner, a Senior Crown Prosecutor, and a private detective march, I mean walk into a pub… Actually, they appear on broadcast telly in Southern and Central California in British and Aussie shows premiering on KCET.
The third series of Shetland, one of the best returning seasons amongst British TV programs in 2016, is set to premiere on KCET, the largest independent public TV station in the US.
The awesome British crime drama The Fixer is set to premiere on KCET in a week, and series lead Andrew Buchan and I had a chat about the program plus and a whole lot more. Chatting with Andy Buchan is
Who says keeping your fingers crossed doesn’t work? It certainly has for Doc Martin fans, as series costar Ian McNeice has confirmed that more of the hit dramedy is coming!
“Seems it never rains in Southern California,” sang Briton Albert Hammond in the early ’70s, but it will be pouring British programs here during KCET’s 2015/2016 TV season.
The critically-acclaimed UK series, Mr. Sloane, is set to have its US national broadcast premiere on KCET and Link TV, and series creator Robert B. Weide chatted with me about his bringing it from concept to screen. (Yowzah!)