At a time when a lot of great news is emanating from Australia in regards to Internet television, that country has somehow managed to top it all again overnight with an announcement that Freeview (Australia) will soon launch mobile apps that will stream every FTA Australian television channel live, along with aggregated catch-up!
Top Gear returns to the BBC this week for a 21st season, along with the new series of Outnumbered, Doc Martin’s incredibly hard-to-find 6th season, and plenty more highlighted at Four Corners, including a guy with a microchip in his brain.
There’s a plethora of dramas this week at Four Corners, with everything from science fiction to thrillers, crime, humour, contemporary or period drama, alongside a mixture of comedy, documentaries and a celebrity Great British Bake Off!
This week we highlight more American fall seasons, some British and South Korean drama, Australian comedy, a couple of gastronomic suggestions to water your taste-buds, and an amazing unearthed documentary about the Sydney Opera House that the ABC (Australia) wanted destroyed.
It hasn’t been a prolific week of fresh new dramas around the world, but the BBC pulled off a second series of the Field of Blood, whilst Heston Blumenthal’s new cooking show begins on Channel 4, and a rather major film on Netflix UK and Ireland that is almost worth signing up for alone!
The new Doctor Who has been announced, but has it left you wondering exactly who he is? Check out Peter Capaldi in an earlier award winning comedy series along with a fresh season of New Tricks and our first Argentinean drama, not to mention films from Australia, Britain and the US.
There is a good selection of comedy, drama and documentary highlights this week originating from Australia, New Zealand and the UK, with two great films including an American classic from the Criterion Collection with a soundtrack as amazing as the film itself.
Luther is back on the scene for its third season this week, but if this BBC series isn’t creepy enough, perhaps NBC’s Do No Harm is more to your liking. Then again, there is plenty more highlights, with comedy, documentaries, music and gadgets this week on Four Corners!
There is something a little different this week on Four Corners, with two live television highlights – possibly the best television music festival coverage ever and some great free tennis to start the week off. Oh, and the usual mix of drama, comedy and films including a great new Science Fiction series on CBS originally written by Stephen King.