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06 March 2014
British mysteries such as the Marple, Poirot and Sherlock series have been delighting armchair detectives for decades, but it has only been within the past several years that foreign language television dramas have been catching on and thrilling ever-larger audiences on both sides of the pond.
04 March 2014
It's been 17 years since Midsomer Murders first screened in the UK, and now local public television viewers in the US can get the inside scoop on why this Brit mystery series has been such a hit on both sides of the pond and around the world.
|John Nettles in Midsomer Murders: Super Sleuths|
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03 March 2014
British TV fans of both sides of the pond should be thrilled to know that two of the most popular programs to have come to the small screen in the past few years — Call the Midwife and Death in Paradise — have been renewed by BBC One.
|Call the Midwife image courtesy of Jonathan Ford/© Neal Street Productions 2013|
Death in Paradise image courtesy of © Red Planet Pictures
02 March 2014
01 March 2014
British Royals have been the subjects of documentaries for more than a century, perhaps none more so than Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana, whose strained and troubled relationship is the focus of Diana vs The Queen.
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28 February 2014
How thrilling! BBC One has announced its commissioning of two new series based on the popular mysteries of Agatha Christie for the Dame's 125th celebration year!
26 February 2014
There is rip-roaring fantabulous news in the world of British TV today. Ripper Street IS returning for a third series!
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25 February 2014
The long-awaited second season of the hit period crime drama, Ripper Street, finally premiered in the US, and it is as gritty and gripping as ever. And while there are seven more excellent episodes to look forward to, there isn't a third season, at least not yet. What gives?
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24 February 2014
The newest series of the hit crime drama, George Gently, has been available for streaming in the US since it debuted on Acorn TV three weeks ago. However, if your preferred or only means of watching it is broadcast television, you've been out of luck... but not for much longer...
21 February 2014
It's been nearly 25 years since the the award-winning crime drama Prime Suspect premiered, and seven since its last installment first screened. Since then, plenty of fans on both sides of the pond have wanted to see more of DCI Jane Tennyson. And according to series creator Lynda La Plante, more is coming...
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