What Are Brits Watching?

What Are Brits Watching?: ‘Scott and Bailey’

Two partners, one friendship, a lot of drama …

What’s on: Scott and Bailey What is it: In its third season, this gritty crime drama series revolves around the professional and personal lives of detectives Janet Scott (Lesley Sharp) and Rachel Bailey (Suranne Jones) who are a part ...

What Are Brits Watching?: ‘The Ice Cream Girls’

Don’t let the title mislead you; this is no sweet ride.

What’s on: The Ice Cream Girls   What is it: Adapted from Dorothy Koomson’s novel, two high school girls are accused of killing their schoolteacher in 1995. One girl, Serena (Lorraine Burroughs), is acquitted but the other, Poppy ...

What Are Brits Watching?: ‘The Syndicate’

A story about ordinary people thrown into an extraordinary situation.

What’s on: The Syndicate   What is it: Five coworkers join forces, creating a syndicate, and chip in to buy lottery tickets and end up winning £18 million and some change. Each employee struggles with figuring out how to live with ...

What Are Brits Watching?: ‘Jonathan Creek’

Jonathan Creek returns after its first appearance 16 years ago.

What’s on: Jonathan Creek Special What is it: Jonathan Creek (Alan Davies) consults for a magician and in his free time acts as an amateur sleuth, using his talent for deductive reasoning to solve seemingly supernatural mysteries. ...

What Are Brits Watching?: ‘The Village’

The Village is a new series written by BAFTA winning writer Peter Moffat (Criminal Justice).

What Are Brits Watching?: ‘Mayday’

This five-part series conquered the 9pm time slot, outperforming the monthly average for the past 12 months.

What Are Brits Watching: ‘Mr. Selfridge’

ITV brings to life a true rags-to-riches story of a self-made American taking his knowledge and success to London.

What Are Brits Watching?: ‘Penguins: Spy in the Huddle’

BBC’s latest wildlife series allows us the chance to spy on a colony of penguins … literally.

What Are Brits Watching?: ‘The Undateables’

When first hearing the name of this show viewers may think it is some sort of dating competition like The Bachelor but The Undateables is a reality show documenting the difficulties of dating when having a disability.

What Are Brits Watching?: ‘Coronation Street’

ITV initially rejected Coronation Street but, after reconsideration, the channel agreed to give it a go with a 13-episode test run. Once making it on the air the show proved its staying power with fans tuning in for 52 years and still ...