With the long weekend over and many folks wishing it weren’t, there is consolation, at least for Brit TV fans: the US premiere of both seasons of The Frankenstein Chronicles.
Our favorite Brummie gangsters are returning to telly. In one month. Clear your calendars for Season 4 of Peaky Blinders.
Shows we can look forward to seeing in 2018 and 2019 include a new season of a fan-favorite dramedy, the reboot of a gritty crime drama, and a new UK drama starring an Aussie award winner.
With just over two months to go before we ring in the new year, here’s a look at 20 brand-new shows from the UK, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand to look forward to.
The production company behind hit Aussie dramas Janet King, Underbelly, and ANZAC Girls begins production in 2018 on Pine Gap, which will screen on Netflix and Australia’s ABC.
Rounding out this week of new series announcements is Safe, the brand-new thriller from Harlan Coben featuring several well-known actors from hit international dramas.
The Xfinity Watchathon Week is back, and this year Netflix joins the broadcast and cable channels offering up programs for the free Comcast binge-fest.
Netflix has finally given subscribers what most of us have wanted for a long time: the ability to download shows and watch them without an internet connection.
Earlier this evening Netflix confirmed to me that Season 3 of Peaky Blinders, the hit period crime drama, will premiere in the US less than a month after it bows in the UK on BBC Two.
Did Netflix triple-dog-dare Amazon? Because Amazon is now offering Prime Video as a standalone monthly subscription in the US, mere weeks before Netflix starts rolling out its higher subscription price.