August brings a bumper crop of British TV premieres to the US — 21 titles, including 13 brand new series and 10 new seasons, specials, and on-offs.
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
Twenty-two titles make their series or new season premieres in November, from British crime dramas and comedies to historical dramas and competition shows.
This October is a lucky month, as it brings 21 new shows and seasons to stateside fans of programs from across the pond and north of the border.
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.
Say it isn’t so! But alas, ’tis true, as Stephen Fry is stepping down as the host of the brilliant and gut-bustingly-funny panel show QI.
One of the most highly-anticipated new crime dramas finally made its debut, a long-running panel show bows on the Beeb’s US channel, a hit UK comedy is headed for the US, and more American remakes of British TV series are
“Good evening, good evening, good evening, good evening, good evening.” That’s me, doing my impression of Stephen Fry when he hosts the gut-bustingly funny British quiz show, QI.
Ah, Monday. If you feel like breaking into The Boomtown Rats’ “I Don’t Like Mondays,” hold off until you’ve read Part 3 of the “British TV Actors Signature Roles” series, which today features Alan Davies.