Twenty-two titles make their series or new season premieres in November, from British crime dramas and comedies to historical dramas and competition shows.
September means the new fall TV season, and this month brings 16 new programs from Great Britain, Australia, and Canada to stateside cable channels and SVOD services.
No, this is not an April Fool’s joke. A whopping twenty-one series premiere in or return to the US this month, including some of the most highly-anticipated shows this year.
What better reason to stay indoors during the rainy month of April than to watch the US premieres of the highly-anticipated returns of Game of Thrones, Outlander, and Ripper Street, and the critically-acclaimed Wolf Hall. And there’s more besides…
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As another year of fabulous British TV draws to a close, we take a look back at some of our favorite shows. Here in Part 1 are the ones that debuted in the US during 2014.
Well! Wasn’t that a how-do-you-do of a cliffhanger on Outlander Saturday night? How will the last scene play out when the series returns from hiatus? We’ll have to wait until next spring to find out.
Alright, Sassenachs, let’s leave that horrific flogging scene from Episode 6 of Outlander behind us, shall we, and move onto something that is far less brutal to the senses. Namely, the backstory about Jamie’s Highland clans.
More of the much-loved “Outlander” book series will be adapted for the small screen, as Starz announced that its fantasy series Outlander has been greenlit for a second season.
Premium cable channel Starz has announced that it will premiere the first episode of its eagerly-awaited new fantasy series, Outlander, one week early and to the masses.