A selection of British TV news from the past week:
Oh, Anglotopia, how I love thee: Here’s their big list of great British telly to come in 2019!
Brenda Blethyn is back in a ninth series of the crime drama Vera.
Oooooo…the new Ruth Wilson drama Mrs. Wilson will debut on Masterpiece this March.
Catastrophe is back for a fourth season.
Doctor Who series 11: Most memorable scenes.
A new True Crime documentary series, What the Killer Did Next, will be hosted by Philip Glenister.
Sure, Victoria season 3 is on PBS right now, but did you also happen to catch the documentary/re-enactment Victoria & Albert: The Wedding?
Some reviewers were not best pleased with Benedict Cumberbatch’s Brexit drama Brexit: The Uncivil War.
Martin Clunes’s new crime drama Manhunt is being snatched up by international broadcasters.
Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Awards: Winners.
Hugh Grant wonders if the people who stole his big could just return the script he was working on, and, oh yes, his children’s medical cards as well.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes loves his own source material: next up he’s going to adapt his novel Belgravia for ITV.
A major new film and TV production studio is being planned near Edinburgh.
The Boy Who Would be King movie review: a new take on the King Arthur legends.
The Favourite is doing well in the movie awards season.
Happy New Year! May it be filled with a lot of good British television.