“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!
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.
Filming is underway on the fourth series of the hit period drama, Mr. Selfridge, which will feature several new cast members.
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
The spring equinox is just three weeks away, but you wouldn’t know it by the deep-freeze still holding much of the US in its grip right now. So, until the thaw, let’s curl up under the covers for some hot,
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.
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.
Put the resolutions aside and get comfy in front of the telly, when Brit TV favorites return and new ones debut during the PBS 2015 Winter/Spring season and into the summer.
PBS made several program announcements during the Summer 2014 TCA Press Tour yesterday, not the least of which were about the British shows scheduled for 2015.
Well, Brit TV land has been chockablock with good and bad news, along with updates that we’re not sure what to make of yet. So without any further ado, let’s get to it.
From England on the verge of the First World War to England on the cusp of the Swinging Sixties, PBS has an evening full of period drama when it premieres the new seasons of Mr. Selfridge and Call the Midwife
Each January and July, the Television Critics Association (TCA) holds the TCA Press Tour in Pasadena, California, where US broadcast networks and cable channels present program previews and host panels that include some of their shows’ stars, producers, and writers.