More than a week after the American fall season madness began, there are still a pile of new series’ and seasons to keep almost everyone happy. And this time we have no less than three apocalypse stories for your entertainment, as well as a headless horseman, and a reminiscing sitcom from the BBC.
Well, the US Fall Season is in top gear this week, which means a whole pile of new shows or seasons across a plethora of American television networks. It’s worth keeping in mind though that a lot of them can also be enjoyed in higher quality and on more devices via Hulu Plus – and with no commercials either under the right plan.
This week’s highlights from the world of television include Longmire’s shift to Netflix for their forth season, which is a real pity for A&E as it was possibly their best show, and a return of the hugely popular Doc Martin for a seventh season.
Just before the American fall madness kicks in, the UK networks have released a pile of new shows predominantly from Sky and the BBC this week, not to mention a new Amazon original, a trippy Australian comedy and a Norwegian … Continue reading
Only a couple of weeks away from the madness that is the American Fall season, all is a little subdued and relaxed on the global TV front. While the BBC push out yet another period drama, AMC just won’t stop throwing Zombies at us. The surprise gem this week emerges from Australia with the 2nd season of ABC’s award winning Utopia.
The BBC once again find themselves in our updated reviews post, with one of their most exciting for a while. This time we see their fantastic Restart “Time-shifting” feature arrive on a range of set-top-boxes and Smart TVs, along with cross-platform support rolling out, and starting with mobile devices and the web portal!
This week we updated the Amazon Prime UK review again, but only because we’ve just gone and added the Kindle HD platform! And did you know that the BBC iPlayer is rolling out live streams to their set top boxes? This has been a tad stealth of them…
This week on Four Corners, we highlight another two Amazon pilots, the last ever season of New Tricks, sitcoms galore and the biggest baking show the world is likely to ever see, so for a quick round-up of what’s new on television around the world, hit the jump now!
This week Four Corners takes on a British focus, with drama, comedy and a BBQ competition from ITV to draw away viewers from the upcoming Bake Off, but we haven’t forgotten the huge anticipation for Netflix’s new Wet Hot American Summer revival and possibly the best movie released this century!