Fast-paced motoring show Top Gear, still going strong after all these years, is returning to telly with its thirty-first season. Check out the trailer.
Twenty-one new series, specials, and films from the UK, Ireland, and Canada make their national US premieres in April, along with five titles that debut in local markets.
Trick or treating might not happen in neighborhoods across the US this month, but it’s certain that 22 new and returning British and Canadian series will premiere in the States.
Eighteen new and returning series and specials come to US telly in July, including coverage from two UK flower shows and the final season of a much-loved comedy.
April brings 20 new series and returning seasons, the national broadcast premieres of two popular programs, and the local broadcast debuts of eight shows on public TV stations.
So much to watch, so little time. Am I right? This month there are fourteen national program premieres from the UK, Canada, and Ireland, and much more besides.
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.
The former trio of Top Gear — Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May — have a new gig and new place to get their car groove on: Amazon Prime Instant Video.
It’s Monday, and gearheads in the US know what that means: Top Gear is on tonight! What’s more, car buffs and non alike can now see the test track driven by The Stig and celebrities on Google Maps!
This past Monday, stars of top shows in the UK gathered together in London at the TVChoice Awards 2012 to see who would take home the coveted 3-star trophy. The annual event is sponsored by TVChoice, the UK’s version of