Brit Telly Headlines: 16 October 2018.


A selection of British TV news from the past week:

Okay, let’s get this out of the way: Harry and Meghan are having a baby! SQUEE!

Bodyguard series 1 is coming to Netflix on October 24.

The team that brought you Sherlock now brings you Dracula.

Killing Eve series 2 has been picked up by the BBC.

New ITV crime drama will star…Rob Lowe?

Anna Friel (one of my favorite favorites, and a totally underrated actor) stars in a new drama about the transitioning experience.

Martin Freeman to star in a new parenting comedy: Breeders.

Helen Hunt as been cast in the BBC’s World War II documentary.

BBC One will mark Prince Charles’s 70th birthday.

Brit kids’ TV classic Blue Peter is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.

BBC One’s drama Wanderlust has finished its run…what did the final reviews have to say about it?

Peter Jackson is making a World War I documentary.

Lionsgate strikes a deal with the BBC to adapt their content for the U.S. (Related: The BBC has also reportedly “upped its commitment to female writers and stories.”)

Camping: An HBO show, but starring David Tennant, and not getting great reviews.

Eric Idle talks Monty Python.

Fast and Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw: first look at Idris Elba.

Rupert Everett talks his new Oscar Wilde biopic: The Happy Prince.

Just because it’s fun: Top 10 British Cars Through History.

Have a great week, watching (British) TV!

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