Sanditon, Jane Austen’s final and incomplete manuscript, will be brought to life for a lavish new drama coming to ITV and PBS Masterpiece.
Hit mystery-crime drama series Endeavour returns to this side of the pond in one week. Yay!
Mark your calendars, because PBS has set the premiere dates for British TV programs making their US debuts this spring.
With just over two months to go before we ring in the new year, here’s a look at 20 brand-new shows from the UK, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand to look forward to.
A cinema and telly star on both sides of the pond, Toby Jones is set to star alongside Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in the upcoming fourth season of Sherlock.
Tonight marks the start of Wallnder: The Final Season, Sir Kenneth Branagh’s last-ever episodes starring as Swedish detective Kurt Wallander.
On both sides of the pond, fans of Grantchester can’t get enough of this hit Brit mystery. So ITV and PBS are bringing us more!
A vicar and a detective walk into a pub… No, really, they do. And not just to share a pint, but to discuss murder, in the second season of the hit mystery drama, Grantchester.
Viewers on both sides of the pond will be bidding a fond farewell to another period drama next year, as Mr. Selfridge returns to ITV and PBS for its fourth and final series.
“This final season very much has the flavor of the end of an era.” — Hugh Bonneville
“What the Dickens!” Hold on there, Mrs. Maguire. This is good news! Shooting is about to begin on the second series of the hit mystery Grantchester.
The rumors that have been swirling for months are now officially fact. The doors of Downton Abbey will close after Season 6.
The wait has begun. For the sixth season of Downton Abbey, that is. So for viewers on this side of the pond who can’t get enough of the fifth, you have a week left to stream it gratis.