Today’s Hump Day news edition features three of our favorite UK crime dramas, including an Emmy winner, a BAFTA nominee, and an IFTA nominee.
PBS made several program announcements during the Summer 2014 TCA Press Tour yesterday, not the least of which were about the British shows scheduled for 2015.
Happy Anniversary to us! The British TV Place launched two years ago today, so we’re off to gift ourselves with a bit o’ cotton before heading out for the July 4th holiday weekend. But before we do, we have a
Yes, we’ve missed him. Both hims. Sherlock and Watson. And today the BBC announced that, indeed, Sherlock will return to screens with a special and three new episodes.
There’s good news, bad news, and news we’re still waiting for in the realm of British TV. Here are a few tidbits.
Well, Brit TV land has been chockablock with good and bad news, along with updates that we’re not sure what to make of yet. So without any further ado, let’s get to it.
Television programs are filmed in cities across the UK, from Cardiff and Belfast to Manchester and Glasgow. And one of them — Bristol — has been named “the best city to live in Britain.”
Each January and July, the Television Critics Association (TCA) holds the TCA Press Tour in Pasadena, California, where US broadcast networks and cable channels present program previews and host panels that include some of their shows’ stars, producers, and writers.
Sherlock Holmes, the consulting detective who gave the public a mystery to solve, is back. It has been two years since he left us with the conundrum of how he faked his own death. Now we finally get a concrete
Santa Claus might be filling your stockings with all kinds of goodies this year, but it’s PBS that has a special holiday gift just for Sherlock fans!