Brit Telly Headlines: 16 January 2018.


A selection of British TV news from the past week:

There’s a new Canadian singing competition show!

Agatha Raisin to return for a second season.

American Gods season 2 will be overseen by Neil Gaiman.

What’s coming to Netflix this week: two new British documentaries (41 Dogs in My Home and A&E: When Patients Attack).

Peaky Blinders just keeps getting more popular.

BritBox is now getting into original programming with a new Bletchley Circle program.

Did you catch the beginning of Victoria‘s new season on PBS? Here’s everything that happened last season if you want to catch up. (And here’s a recap of the first two new episodes, if you missed them.)

They’re reviewing the new season of Black Mirrorcomprehensively reviewing–over at Anglotopia.

Luther, season 5: Casting news.

The new BBC adaptation of Les Mis: Casting news.

Doctor Who news: exactly how many hours of the new season will we be getting?

A Flight of the Conchords special is expected on HBO this May.

The BBC is planning a new drama titled The Victim.

The UK’s Channel 4 has ordered a documentary about Harvey Weinstein.

“Limited showing for Brits” at this year’s Golden Globes Awards.

Have a great week watching (British) TV!

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