US Airdates

Watch the Trailer for David Tennant’s New HBO Comedy 'Camping'

David Tennant and Jennifer Garner in "Camping" (Photo: Courtesy of HBO)

So, it may have taken David Tennant a few years post-Doctor Who to become a proper big name star, but he certainly seems to be everywhere these days now. (Not that I am complaining, let’s be clear.)

Tennant’s next project is something a bit different for the actor of late – a comedy. Tennant is set to play Walt in upcoming HBO limited series Camping. The eight-episode comedy will tell the story of a celebratory camping trip in honor of Walt’s 45th birthday, which quickly becomes a disaster. Watch its first trailer and see what you think! 

Jenna Coleman Drama ‘The Cry’ to Stream, Air on Sundance in U.S.

Jenna Coleman and Ewan Leslie in "The Cry" (Photo: BBC/Sundance)

The Sundance Channel has snapped up the American broadcast rights to upcoming Jenna Coleman BBC drama The Cry.

The four-part series will first stream on the network’s SVOD channel, called Sundance Now, before airing on the network itself. There’s no firm streaming or broadcast date for The Cry in the U.S at the moment, likely because an airdate hasn’t been announced in the U.K. yet. (Or, at least, nothing has been confirmed beyond vague statements that it's “coming this autumn.”)

It’s Official: PBS to Air 'Victoria' Season 3 in January 2019

Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria in Season 2 episode "The Luxury of Conscience" (Photo:  Courtesy of ©ITVStudios2017 for MASTERPIECE)

The highly anticipated third season of period drama Victoria has an official U.S. airdate!

Stars Jenna Coleman and Tom Hughes will reprise their roles as Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Season 3 will begin in 1848 as the royal couple faces the challenges of their growing family and worries that the riots and revolutions breaking out across Europe will make their way to England’s shores.

‘Doc Martin’ Season 8 Will Likely Hit PBS Stations in 2019

Martin Clunes and Caroline Catz in "Doc Martin" (Photo: Acorn TV)

Doc Martin fans have been waiting what feels like forever for the tiniest scrap of news about when the latest season of the popular British comedy would finally be available in America on public television.

Season 8 originally aired in the UK back in September of 2017, two years on from the series’ seventh season outing. That means US fans are into their third year of waiting for new episodes. (Doc Martin fans are real patient, is what I’m saying.) And there’s good news and bad news on that front.

Period Drama 'Harlots' Returns to Hulu This July

The ladies of Harlots (Photo: Hulu)

Period drama Harlots will be back for a second season this summer!  

The series stars Emily Watson, Lesley Manville and Downton Abbey’s Jessica Brown Findlay, among others, as members of two rival bawd houses in Georgian London. And before you immediately assume that Harlots is some kind of  exploitative trash, let me assure you that it’s not. The series is inspired by stories from real women, features an all-female creative team and is, in all honesty, one of the most thoughtful and feminist programs I watched last year. 

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