Line of Duty, the hit British crime thriller that follows the (fictional) police anti-corruption unit, AC-12, will have a new stateside home for its fifth season premiere in 2019: Acorn TV.
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.
There’s a premiere for practically everyone this month, from adaptations of bestselling novels and a hit Broadway play, to new dramas and the return of some of the best British telly around.
There is double good news for Line of Duty. The BBC has moved the incredible police drama from BBC Two to its flagship BBC One channel and recommissioned it for a fifth series.
Twenty British, Irish, Australian, and Canadian series premiere nationally in the US in May, while In the Club debuts on, and Scott & Bailey and Shetland return to, public TV stations.
Get ready to get your binge-watch on, because Line of Duty is back and its better-than-ever third series is set to premiere in the US this weekend.
It’s confirmed. Hulu has picked up the video-on-demand (VoD) rights to Series 3 of the BAFTA Awards-nominated, hit crime drama, Line of Duty, for stateside streaming.
Woo hoo! Psychological thriller The Fall will return for a third series, and period drama Mr. Selfridge will, too, for its fourth, while the main suspect/villain has been cast for crime serial Line of Duty: Series 3 as has the hero for the
Following up on Part 1 about our favorite 2014 Brit TV debuts, we look today at the programs that returned to this side of the pond with their second, third, etc. seasons.
Hailed as “unmissable” by The Times (UK), Line of Duty will soon make its way from US streaming services to broadcast TV, when local public TV stations begin screening the gritty, in-your-face crime thriller.