In a bit of reverse engineering of sorts, Lifetime will premiere the hit British comedy, Catastrophe, currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video in the US.
When a miniseries is this good, calling it a television event is spot on. Such is the case with the star-studded And Then There Were None., which premieres in the US tonight.
The new year will be here before we know it, and with 2016 comes the US premiere of War & Peace, the limited series event that will air on cable channels A&E, History, and Lifetime.
There is no shortage of television and streaming channels in the US. For Brit TV fans, this is good news, because more of these channels, even some heretofore unlikely ones, are adding UK content to their programming line-ups. Welcome to
Filming has started on Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, the upcoming BBC mystery series with a star-studded cast that includes Aidan Turner and Toby Stephens.
A+E Networks has announced that its Lifetime, History, and A&E channels are partnering with The Weinstein Company and the BBC on the limited series event, War and Peace.