A selection of British TV news from the past week:
New drama from BBC One, Gold Digger: Trailer.
BBC Two’s Vienna Blood: Trailer.
Julian Fellowes’s Belgravia: Trailer.
The new season of Doctor Who: Teaser trailer.
BBC Four’s The Sinner: Trailer.
How faithful is the new His Dark Materials adaptation to its source material? Related: The program has begun and reviews are mixed (with UK reviewers being more positive than US reviewers).
The Crown series 3: Review.
The Young Offenders series 2: Review.
The trailer for the new Dracula is just out, and already Mark Gatiss is hinting at a second series.
The entire BBC Earth Library will be leaving Netflix in December 2019.
New on Netflix this week: a movie I’ve never heard of (Takers) which includes Idris Elba in its cast.
Channel 4’s Deadwater Fell (starring David Tennant): First look images.
BBC Two has a new “factual drama” coming: Responsible Child.
BBC Three’s Normal People (based on a book by Sally Rooney): First look images.
New drama Guilt: Stars Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives.
Did you know the BBC still has strict impartiality rules? Reviewers think those rules dampened the fun that could be had with Little Britain’s Brexit radio program.
ITV has been accused of “corporate failure of responsibility” for guests who appeared on Jeremy Kyle’s abusive show.
Sky One drama Intergalactic: Casting news.
I kind of wish I still cared about Ewan McGregor, enough to comment on this story about his return as Obi-Wan, but I just don’t like him much anymore.
Olivia Colman and Phoebe Waller-Bridge just teamed up on a duet to benefit children.
Sharon Horgan will star in a new movie with…Vince Vaughn?
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