Brit Telly Headlines: 12 March 2019.


A selection of British TV news from the past week:

Good Omens: Trailer.

New spy drama starring Keeley Hawes: Traitors.

New BBC drama, MotherFatherSon, starring Helen McCrory and Richard Gere.

Ricky Gervais’s new comedy After Life: A review.

London Kills: spoiler-free review.

Cheat: Review.

The BBC’s new thriller The Capture will star Ron Perlman and Famke Janssen.

ITV drama The Singapore Grip (based on a J.G. Farrell novel) will star David Morrissey and Charles Dance.

A new Miss Marple series is being planned!

How we made Red Dwarf.”

Peppa Pig is now 300 episodes strong.

Yes, Fleabag and Derry Girls are written by women. But men still dominate TV.

Britain’s Best Home Cook: Casting news.

Jodie Whittaker to be awarded Freedom of the City of London award.

Michael Sheen will play a serial killer in new Fox drama Prodigal Son.

You too can give a donation to Ronald McDonald House New York, and have a chance at winning James McAvoy’s autographed shirt from the Oscars.

Martin Clunes is getting good reviews for his new show Manhunt.

Peaky Blinders writer Steven Knight is building a film studio in the Midlands.

The Goodies return for an audio special.

Tolkien (movie): Trailer.

Four Weddings and a Funeral: Happy 25th Birthday!

Have a great week watching British TV!

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