Brit Telly Headlines: 18 December 2018.


A selection of British TV news from the past week:

Call the Midwife 2018 Christmas episode: Preview.

Victoria, season 3: Trailer.

New Channel 4 drama Brexit: Trailer.

Channel 4/Netflix comedy Derry Girls: Now on Netflix. (Please note: The Guardian just named it one of the best TV shows of 2018.)

The holiday classic The Snowman is NOT streaming on Netflix, so go try and rent or download it somewhere. It’s awesome.

The Miss Fisher mysteries will be back, as Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears has finished filming.

On accents, social class, and the new adaptation of Les Miserables.

The BBC has ordered a documentary series about Rupert Murdoch’s print empire.

What’s going on on EastEnders these days?

Dawn French to “be the voice” of Great Hits Radio.

News presenter Moira Stuart is leaving the BBC for Classic FM.

Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon: Trailer.

Downton Abbey movie: Teaser trailer.

Acorn TV is expanding their streaming service.

Not specifically British, but TV-related: ” the number of streaming shows has surpassed the number of basic cable and broadcast shows for the first time ever.”

And, last but not least: a very nice little history of “how the royal family has celebrated Christmas through the ages.”

Have a great week, watching (British) TV!

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