Brit Telly Headlines: 10 October 2017.


A selection of British TV news from the past week:

I can’t stand the suspense! What IS going to happen during the Dr. Who Christmas special? Related: Doctor Who is getting a new Tardis design and a different episode length!

Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson to star in the BBC’s King Lear.

The creator of the awesome Line of Duty (Jed Mercurio) is working on a new program for BBC One. And it will include Keeley Hawes!

TellyVisions provides a lovely list of Five British Detective Mysteries (in case you’re “missing Endeavour“).

BBC and Freemantle Media working on some more World War II drama for you.

Why did the BBC cancel Little Britain?

A new comedy coming to Channel 4…featuring David Tennant!

The BBC is picking up a new French SF series: Missions.

Australian soap Neighbours won’t be disappearing from British screens any time soon.

Congratulations to Kazuo Ishiguro for winning the Nobel Prize in Literature. Did you remember they made a film version of his novel Never Let Me Go?

Have a great week watching (British) TV!

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