It’s been several weeks since Part 1 of Season 2 of hit Canadian medical drama Transplant completed its run. Tonight the second half begins (yay!) in a new timeslot.
Canadian medical drama Transplant is one of the best shows on American telly, and it returns to the lower 48 tomorrow with its second season.
NBC has set the US premiere date for the second season of Transplant, the critically-acclaimed and fan-favorite Canadian medical drama.
One of the most successful new series of the year — the Canadian medical drama Transplant — has been renewed for a second season by NBC.
There’s a lot happening in the world of British and Canadian TV in the US, so let’s get to it.
NBC has announced the stateside premiere date for the new Canadian drama Transplant, which will have the mega-hit America’s Got Talent as its lead-in.
Collision, one of the best British drama miniseries that screened in the last six years, is getting a US redo. At the helm is the original series’ writer and creator, Anthony Horowitz.
There is no shortage of television and streaming channels in the US. For Brit TV fans, this is good news, because more of these channels, even some heretofore unlikely ones, are adding UK content to their programming line-ups. Welcome to
Sky 1, Sky plc’s flagship pay TV channel in the UK and Ireland, has renewed its focus and upped its investment in original programming, and at least some of its shows are headed to the US.
Folks on both sides of the pond have been burning up their tellies with the Sky/Pivot Arctic thriller, Fortitude. But which others of the shows slated for Sky’s 2015 schedule will land stateside? At least one. Let’s take a look