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It’s accepted that we have British English and American English, but, in written communication, there’s more than just language differences. …Read Now
From All in the Family to The Office, America has a lengthy history of borrowing and remaking TV series from our friends across the Atlantic. And that tradition continues.
There’s a long-established tradition of cultural exchange between the U.K. and U.
In the past month, we’ve been looking at a remarkable British Invasion of America’s entertainment industry. Superman is now a Brit. American TV networks are gorging on British comedies and dramas.
It was blink-or-you-missed-it, but man was it classic: as previously reported, infamous Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais brought his David Brent from the original British comedy, The Office, to the NBC version last night (January 27). …
Guess all of the promos worked: MTV’s Skins, the U.S. remake of the British teen drama seen on BBC America, has proven a huge ratings success for the channel.
Those bigwigs in Hollywood love their British telly. In a feverish race to provide fresh content to hungry American viewers, producers, writers, and executives maintain a watchful eye on the shows that are catching fire across the pond, …
Check out the newly released trailer for the U.S. version of Being Human, which premieres on Syfy in January.
There’s exactly one month before the History Channel premieres its U.S. version of BBC AMERICA’s Top Gear on Sunday, November 21st.
The History Channel has posted a YouTube sneak peek of the U.S. Top Gear featuring hosts Adam Ferrara, Tanner Foust, and Rutledge Wood racing their favorite Lamborghinis.
In addition to their remake of Skins, MTV is also making a U.S.