America’s Fall Season continues with a pile of new shows and seasons, including some real gems and one of the most pointless remakes ever. But the UK isn’t taking the back seat either with ITV in particular on a role this week.
It’s a busy world out there for new television series or seasons, and not just because the American Fall season is upon us! So be prepared to be overwhelmed by choice over the next few weeks as the television world is currently going crazy!
It’s the end of September and the American Fall season is upon us. Expect a pile of brand new shows & seasons to emerge from the big American networks over the next few weeks, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the world will be caught napping either.
It’s a drama-fest this week, with crime stories, biographies, conspiracies and more from the UK, Australia and America, along with a perfectly timed one-off comedy set in Scotland, and time to discuss the connections between music and fashion.
Sky’s Now TV demonstrates how great value this UK contract-free service can really be this week, with a plethora of new series including HBO content that can often be hard to otherwise come by. But for FTA television, the big news is ITV’s forth season of Scott & Bailey has finally arrived – hit the jump for what’s hot this week on Four Corners!
It’s mostly an British themed fest this week, with plenty of current or period dramas, thrillers and the odd bit of comedy, along with a new season of Grand Designs. But we haven’t forgotten to mention Gravity’s arrival on Netflix and Houdini on the History Channel either. Hit the jump below for a look at this week’s highlights on Four Corners.
It’s a new month and we have a pile of catch-up TV highlights from around the world, including new drama and comedy from Britain, Italy, Sweden, Australia and America, along with a couple of hilarious panel shows and intriguing behind-the-scenes documentaries.
This week on Four Corners we look at a pile of new comedies coming out of Australia, an NBC sitcom pilot from America, along with the usual range of UK drama from the BBC and ITV, as well as a new series from Belgium streaming on Sky’s Now TV.
The BBC’s on a roll again with a pile of new shows offering everything from drama, comedy, factual and a brand new Great British Bake Off (well, I do like cake). They are not alone here though, so check out … Continue reading