What’s British on U.S. television this week? Jeremy Irons‘s Borgias reaches its final crescendo and assorted Brits hit the chat show lineup. All times in EST and are subject to change.
Yes, this is your weekly guide to all things British on U.S. TV, but this time, we’re doing things a bit differently.
This week’s TV schedule is no longer dominated by royal wedding coverage, leaving the airwaves free for wall-to-wall Thor promo before its May 6 U.S. debut.
This week, royal wedding-philes have a choice: skip work or give their DVR’s a workout. It seems that every television network — with the possible exception of ESPN Classic — is devoting some programming to the royal …
What, there are things on TV this week other than Doctor Who? Indeed, but very few events in the coming days will inspire as much Anglophile fervor than the series’ sixth season premiere on Saturday, April 23.
In your weekly guide to all that’s British on American TV, Cat Deeley leads five Royally Mad Yankees on a London tour, The Ricky Gervais Show has its season finale, Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution hits the West Coast, and …
In your guide to what’s British on American TV this week, Cat Deeley guest co-hosts Live with Regis & Kelly, and Starz’s latest period drama, Camelot, launches, and Sir Elton John does double duty on this weekend’s …
What’s British on U.S. TV this week?
In this week’s Tellyvangelist — your weekly guide to all that’s British on U.S.
In this week's Tellyvangelist — your weekly guide to all that's British on U.S. TV — watch Russell Brand schmooze with the View ladies, see Pauline Collins vamp it up on Merlin, and check out Robson Green's return to Being Human! All times are in EST and are subject to change.