A coroner, a Senior Crown Prosecutor, and a private detective march, I mean walk into a pub… Actually, they appear on broadcast telly in Southern and Central California in British and Aussie shows premiering on KCET.
Hmm, might there be three “men behaving badly” in Grantchester: Series 2, now that Neil Morrissey is joining James Norton and Robson Green on the hit show? And which public TV stations are adding the third series of Miss Fisher
After speaking with a friend in Morocco, where temps are around 115° F at night (!), highs in the 90s here don’t seem so bad, especially when we can chill out with some fab British, Irish, Australian, and Canadian series
If you’re bubbling over with excitement about the new series of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries premiering in the US, join the club!
Phryne Fisher — the most stylish of lady detectives since, well, ever — is headed back to local PBS stations, so hold onto your stylish hats because more murders and mayhem are headed your way from Down Under.
The British “invasion” of American television has become an entrenched and still-growing part of the stateside viewing landscape, but another invasion is also taking audiences by storm, and this time it’s Australian.