Brit Telly Headlines: 20 March 2018.


A selection of British TV news from the past week:

Road trip!! I totally want to visit every British-themed store on this massive list, provided by the lovely Anglophiles at Anglotopia. (Also from Anglotopia: a reminder that Harry’s wedding is now only 60 days away!)

Benedict Cumberbatch: He’s everywhere this spring!

How on earth did I miss the fact that Brit actor Damian Lewis is in a show called Billions, which is now starting its third season? Oh, right, it’s actually an American show. That’s how I missed it.

David Tennant: Will star in a new eight-series HBO show created by Lena Dunham (creator of Girls).

Sherlock: Martin Freeman says parts of being involved with the show (like unrelenting pressure from fans) “just aren’t fun anymore.”

Britannia has officially been picked up for a second season.

The Crown, season 3: Charles, Camilla, and Anne will be “just coming into their own.

Outlander: Season 4 news.

Doctor Who: new details about season 11 just keep coming.

When will season 7 of Death in Paradise be on Netflix?

The BBC’s Agatha Christie adaptation Ordeal by Innocence: finally has a trailer! (And they’ve also started filming a new adaptation of The War of the Worlds.)

Call the Midwife season 7: Trailer.

New on Netflix: Ricky Gervais’s latest comedy special.

ITV has ordered a sixth season of Endeavour.

New BBC podcast featuring British comedians.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald: Teaser trailer.

Brit physicist Stephen Hawking died last week; see what documentaries about his life are on Netflix.

British comic Jim Bowen has died.

Have a great week watching (British) TV!

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