American Public Television is releasing eight British TV titles in April. Which one(s) did your public TV station pick up?
There’s a new detective in Midsomer County. Another Barnaby. John Barnaby. Played by Neil Dudgeon, whom I had the pleasure to meet and interview a while back.
Here’s to happy surprises! Acorn TV released Series 20 of Midsomer Murders earlier today, so if you haven’t logged in to your account yet, what are you waiting for? 🙂
Acorn TV is celebrating the twenty-first broadcast anniversary of Midsomer Murders by extending its free trial offer from 7 to 30 days for new subscribers.
BritBox is bringing more than Rowan Atkinson’s Maigret and the new Bletchley spin-off to the US, including hit Brit mystery Midsomer Murders and period drama The Village.
Folks say March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. Not so when it comes to Brit TV this month, because it starts and ends with roaring successes.
Independence Day has new meaning this year for millions of people across the pond. On this side, it’s a three-day weekend, a time to binge-watch shows before the fireworks.
Nick Hendricks has joined the cast of Midsomer Murders, playing the new Detective Sergeant to Neil Dudgeon’s DCI John Barnaby in Series 19 of the hit Brit mystery.
“In like a lion, out like a lamb?” Not for British TV in the US, because this month is chock-full of must-watch premieres of new and returning shows, plus lots of Irish programs, too!
Midsomer Murders, one of the longest-running British detective series, returns to public TV stations next month with more murders and mysteries in its eleventh series.