Twenty British, Irish, Australian, and Canadian series premiere nationally in the US in May, while In the Club debuts on, and Scott & Bailey and Shetland return to, public TV stations.
Spooky action at a distance and up close and personal. That’s what’s in store when Penny Dreadful returns in 2016 with new characters, including Dr. Jekyll.
More Gothic goings-on are in store for Brit TV fans, because the devilishly-dark and seriously spooky Penny Dreadful, featuring iconic creepy characters such as Dr. Frankenstein, Dorian Gray, and the Wolfman, is returning for a third series.
It’s time to wrap the maypole and begin watching the more than dozen British TV shows premiering in the US this month, including The Fixer, Mr. Sloane, the third and final season of Moone Boy, and the second season of
No Showtime subscription? No problem. At least not for the opener of Penny Dreadful: Season 2, which is streaming now and for free in advance of the season premiere next month.
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“When Lucifer fell, he didn’t fall alone.” So the hunters become the hunted in Season 2 of Penny Dreadful. Ooh.
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.
There’s good news, bad news, and news we’re still waiting for in the realm of British TV. Here are a few tidbits.
If the new supernatural thriller Penny Dreadful is on your want-to-watch list, but you don’t have a subscription to Showtime, here’s your chance to catch the first episode in its entirety — legally and gratis.
The Fall 2013 television season has barely kicked off, and already there’s much to look forward to in 2014. One series that sounds intriguing as all get-out is Penny Dreadful, for which Showtime just signed British actress Billie Piper.