As worldwide fans of Monty Python’s Flying Circus celebrate the iconic series’ 50th anniversary in September, stateside British TV fans also can watch the premieres of thirteen new and returning national series, as well as two brand new series in
The BBC announced quite a list of titles that will be airing on its channels in 2019. The question is: Which ones will be shown on this side of the pond?
The fall TV season is here. In stateside British TV, there are 15 national premieres, 9 of which are brand new shows, along with 25 titles added to streaming offerings.
Thirty five titles are on the to-watch list this month, including 15 national premieres, two local debuts, and 18 more shows airing or streaming for your (binge-watching) delight.
September has arrived, and with it comes must-watch British TV premieres, plus lots more titles (some new-ish, some not) added to the major streaming services.
One hundred thirty TV shows from British Commonwealth territories and Ireland were new to the US in 2015, and selecting my fifteen favorites of the year took some doing.
He’s fully clad in the photo, but no matter, as filming has started on Series 2 of Poldark with star Aidan Turner, who’s joined by new cast members, including John Nettles.
The licensing agreement between Amazon and PBS has been expanded to include more PBS programs, including those from the public broadcasting network’s British TV line-ups.
Hello June, the month that practically every US Brit TV fan has been waiting for, given the premieres of several highly-anticipated new series and the return of many viewer favorites.
Viewers who have been riveted by hit BBC period drama Poldark and ITV’s contemporary thriller Prey will get more of both, as each will return for a second series.
A new year of British TV is off to a fabulous start in the US, so let’s look at what’s coming up for the rest of 2015, starting with the programs premiering in January.
There are period dramas aplenty to look forward to this year, one of which is the highly-anticipated new adaptation of Poldark. The original is 40 years old now, but it is still one of the best and most successful British
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.