This week on Four Corners we look at new comedies from NBC and dramas from the BBC and Netflix, along with iZombie that just aired on the CW, which could sort of fit into either genre.
Due to popular demand, we’ve added trailers to our weekly global highlights of catch-up and on-demand television, so it’s even easier to know what the shows you may enjoy are all about. This week on Four Corners, a couple of dark thrillers from A&E including a new season of Bates Motel and the returning of The Returned, and more in comedy and reality.
This week’s updates include a BBC iPlayer refresh, with more concise bitrate testing, and the first of our individual Netflix updates. We’re now splitting the Netflix reviews by region, with the plan in the future to include more information regarding local libraries. This week, we start with the UK and US.
It’s serious stuff this week, with loads of dramas from the US and UK, including period dramas, crime dramas, thriller dramas and a whole new CSI spinoff in case you thought there were not enough. Despite Australia’s dire scissor shortage continuing, it’s not all doom and gloom either, with Netflix’s new comedy The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt turning up around the world.
The long awaited third season of House of Cards arrives on Netflix, but if political intrigue doesn’t interest you, there’s also comedy from Australia, America and the UK, not to mention new seasons or series from NBC and CBS.
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!
We’ve finally had the chance to update some of our reviews, and so we’ve added a pile of new platform tests to the likes of the BBC iPlayer, Aertv and NBC via the Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One and Android devices, along with refreshed bandwidth tests including some welcome improvements.
There’s a lot of period dramas this week from UK telly, including a new season of Mr Selfridge, but if watching people dress up in old clothes isn’t your thing, there’s a pile of new shows highlighted as well from Australia, America, Ireland and Britain in this edition of Four Corners.
This week on Four Corners, a pile of new American dramas and thrillers from SyFy, TNTDrama and FOX, along with recommendations from the BBC, Demand 5 and Now TV from the UK. Top Gear is back and 12 Monkeys makes it to the small screen!