Although Channel 4 is historically considered the third terrestrial television network in the UK after the BBC and ITV, it would come in many people’s minds a close second after the national public broadcaster. Channel 4, due to its public service remit, constantly delivers a broad range of cultural, artistic and entertaining programmes that often defy its commercial financing.
This week it’s the Brits who go ape on Four Corners, with new dramas, thrillers and comedies from the BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4, alongside the Australians who also throw in a great new sitcom from the deserts around Alice Springs, and an ANZAC drama.
In this week’s highlights on Four Corners, we have zombies from Charlie Brooker, an Israeli thriller (which inspired an American-made version), a new edge-of-the-seat hospital drama and plenty more, from comedy to Bear Grylls.
It’s a week of comedy, drama and food for this edition of Four Corners, with new series and seasons from the US, UK, Australia and Ireland, including one classic sitcom that until now was nowhere to be found through on-demand!
It’s a whole new year, and if you’re looking for something different and bored of all the annual reviews that have been plaguing television schedules for the last week or so, we have some great recommendations on this week’s Four Corners!
First of all, we at Eye on-Demand hope you all had a wonderful Christmas, and in that spirit this week’s Eye on-Demand highlights will look back at a pile of Xmas specials! That said, there’s still plenty of new seasons or shows as well to make this our largest Four Corners to date – Granted, it’s a British affair this week, but that’s because UK TV goes ape around the silly season.
It’s the week of Christmas, and the BBC is gearing up for a plethora of seasonal specials. But before they appear via catch-up, a few have already trickled out from other networks, such as Dark Mirror, Marked and a BoJack Horseman special – plus more weekly highlights in this week’s Four Corners.
This week on Four Corners finds a selection of Comedy, Drama and Christmas specials, with the big highlight being True Detective’s arrival back on Now TV. It’s never easy to catch HBO shows without an American cable contract, so when something as highly acclaimed as True Detective winds up somewhere else, we’ll do our best to get the news across to you!