“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.
We can add two new dramas to our Brit TV viewing this year: Arthur & George starring Martin Clunes, and Home Fires, starring Samantha Bond and Francesca Annis.
Hmm, given the trailers for the new season of Death in Paradise and the new serial Wolf Hall, it looks like there’s a whole lotta drama going on. (And a few laughs, too.)
Crikey. It looks like things are not all peaches and cream in the world of Harry Selfridge. Take a peek for yourself with ITV’s trailer for the upcoming third series of the hit period drama, Mr. Selfridge.
The hits will keep on coming, as both the BBC and ITV have recently recommissioned a few of their top dramas for new series.
British TV is set to get dark and moody once again, as Kenneth Branagh reprises his BAFTA Award-winning role as the most brooding of Swedish detectives, Kurt Wallander.
Inspector Lewis. New season on PBS’ MASTERPIECE: Mystery! Lewis and Hathaway working together (again!) to solve three new cases in Oxford. Need I say more?
Yes, we’ve missed him. Both hims. Sherlock and Watson. And today the BBC announced that, indeed, Sherlock will return to screens with a special and three new episodes.