After three years and 20 solved murders, Ardal O’Hanlon and the BBC have confirmed that the former Father Ted star will leave the most dangerous island in the world following the forthcoming series 9 of Death in Paradise.
World on Fire, an emotionally gripping World War II drama that follows the intertwining fates of ordinary people in five countries as they grapple with the effects of the war on their everyday lives is coming to PBS and Masterpiece in 2020.
While PBS viewers in America have a bit of time to steady themselves for the fifth and final series starring Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson premieres, UK viewers have only a week to pull themselves together as episode one premieres next Sunday, 14 July at 9pm on BBC1.
This past week’s announcement by PBS and Channel 5 that there will be a remake/reboot/revival of the mega-popular 1970s classic All Creatures Great and Small was more than welcome news given those involved in the latest adaptation remember the original so fondly.
This just in! The first ever television adaptation of Jane Austen’s final and unfinished 11-part novel Sanditon is coming to Masterpiece on PBS during the 2020 season as an 8-part series by Andrew Davies!
Two-time Academy Award winner Glenda Jackson (Women In Love, A Touch of Class) will star in BBC One’s adaptation of Emma Healey’s best-selling novel Elizabeth Is Missing, marking her return to the small screen after over 25 years.
With Andrew Davies’ brilliant adaptation of Les Misérables coming to a close this Sunday on PBS’ Masterpiece series, have you ever wondered just how a series of this magnitude is made in the 21st century and at the same time seamlessly transport you back to 19th century France?
Looking for that once-in-a-lifetime gift for the ‘Downton Abbey’ super fan in the family? If so, how about booking a magical summer evening on the stunning grounds of Highclere Castle, listening to beautiful music from the series performed by the Chamber Orchestra of London?
The fourth and final season will speed through the Durrells’ remaining time on the picturesque island of Corfu taking viewers all the way to 1939. According to Keeley Hawes, who plays the Durrells’ matriarch, Louisa, things will get “dark” as the family’s idyllic life is interrupted by the outbreak of World War II.