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.”
The Writers Guild of America, East and West (WGAE and WGAW), recently announced the 101 Best Written TV Series of All Time, and ten of the programs are British productions or co-productions. Kudos and congratulations to them and to all
Fans of Doc Martin, rejoice. You haven’t seen the last of him yet. And for fans of James Corden, you’ll be glad to know that he’s returning to telly in a new series. Read on for more about these shows,
Let me start by saying “Congratulations!” to all of the Emmy Award winners, including Dame Maggie Smith. It’s too bad she wasn’t at the ceremony to receive her second Downton Abbey Emmy; with so many Brit actors and programs having
Just when we were catching our breath from the premiere of Doctor Who: Asylum of the Daleks this past weekend, we have a new (and longer) preview of what’s in store when Season 3 of Downton Abbey premieres in January.
The Fall season on PBS starts in a little more than two weeks and it looks to be another great one, with the U.S. premieres of Wallander III, Call the Midwife, and Upstairs, Downstairs: Season 2 in September and October.