Brit Telly Headlines: 9 April 2019.


What’s new on Britbox in April?

The Durrells in Corfu season four: First look.

BBC America’s Killing Eve has been renewed for a third season.

Fleabag: There will not be a third series.

New BBC One drama: The Victim.

New drama from Canada: Mary Kills People.

Have you heard of Netflix/Channel 4’s British dark comedy series Flowers (starring Olivia Colman)? Neither had I! And by that I mean, I don’t think I’ll be able to watch it, it looks dark even for me, but I do like to keep track of what Olivia Colman is doing.

So you’re telling me a show featuring “foul-mouth sparring between pensioners” and set in Scotland has aired for 17 years and I’ve never heard of it? What have I been doing with my time?!

The UK’s Channel 5 is “reinventing itself with historical fare.”

Unforgotten season 3 has started on PBS: Here’s the recap of the first episode.

The BBC has acquired drama series London Kills from Acorn Drama.

New documentary: David Attenborough’s Our Planet.

ITV Studios is busy making a ton of deals for new dramas.

Brit soap opera Hollyoaks just featured a 107-year-old guest star!

Sky Atlantic’s drama Little Birds: Casting news.

Ant and Dec are back together on Britain’s Got Talent.

How I love Anglotopia. Check out their Guide to British Police Slang for the Telly Watcher.


  1. Wow, thanks for the alert that “Unforgotten” has started its new season! I somehow missed the fact that it was back. Fortunately, thanks to you I just watched the first episode on demand; I can’t imagine that I could have ever figured anything out otherwise. It’s such a great show with all the incredible twists and turns!!

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