Brit Telly Headlines: 2 October 2018.


A selection of British TV news from the past week:

Poldark is back! The Durrells in Corfu is back!

Crime drama Unforgotten has been renewed for a fourth season.

New clip from the new Doctor Who.

The huge hit series Bodyguard will show up on Netflix next month.

Is Paul Hollywood handing out too many handshakes of approval on The Great British Baking Show?

New comedy starring Karl Pilkington (who starred in Ricky Gervais’s and Stephen Merchant’s travel program An Idiot Abroad): Sick of It.

Jenna Coleman is starring in the new BBC drama The Cry. Here’s the trailer.

Eva Green: Is joining the cast of the BBC adaptation of The Luminaries.

I’m not sure where I’d be able to see it, but I’d like to see BBC One’s new documentary Drowning in Plastic. Although it sounds horrific.

David Walliams is starring in an adaptation of one of the children’s books he wrote: The Midnight Gang.

New BBC sitcom: Don’t Forget the Driver.

The BBC is planning to remake classic episodes of Dad’s Army (episodes that were lost, or “wiped,” back when the Beebs did that to erase and re-use expensive video tape) based on the original scripts.

BBC2 and Channel 4 are rebranding their logos.

New Elton John biopic, Rocketman: Teaser Trailer.

Downton Abbey, the movie: Official release date.

New movie: Can you buy Will Ferrell as Sherlock Holmes?

Have a great week, watching (British) TV!

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