A selection of British TV news from the past week:
Here’s the big recaps of the week. The Durrells in Corfu, season 3, episode 4; Poldark, season 5, episode 4 (please pretty please can we be done with Tess now?); Press episode 3.
The Crown season 3: New Trailer (with Tobias Menzies, who I LOVE, and also Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles).
Miranda is coming back for a one-off 10th anniversary special. I am very excited about this, I love Miranda!!
When can we expect season 6 of Peaky Blinders?
Here’s what you need to know about Dublin Murders.
Jodie Whittaker’s second season as The Doctor hasn’t begun yet, but the BBC has put together a supercut of her best first-season (or: season 11, actually, but the first for Jodie) moments to get you in the mood.
Coming to Netflix in November: It’s the End of the F***ing World, the movie The King, The Crown season 3.
Season 2 of Britannia will start soon–here’s how you can watch it (and series 1).
Ralf Little has been named as the detective who will replace Ardal O’Hanlon’s Jack Mooney in Death in Paradise. (I was cheering for Mathew Horne, myself, but to each their own.)
Keeley Hawes to star in new ITV drama Finding Alice.
Helen Mirren’s Catherine the Great: A review.
Giri/Haji: “London and Tokyo combine for a gangster thriller...”
A new documentary about Harry and Meghan is in the works.
Aidan Turner to play Leonardo da Vinci in new eight-episode series.
Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell: has died.
David Attenborough’s message for new generations: “Just don’t waste.“
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