#MindTheChat: Which TV Shows, Movies Are Streaming on Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon?

Idris Elba and Ruth Wilson on 'Luther' (Photo: BBC)

Idris Elba and Ruth Wilson on ‘Luther’ (Photo: BBC)

With more great TV to watch than ever, how do you sift through the myriad options and find the show that’s worth your time? Join @MindTheGap_BBCA and @Anglophenia on Twitter today (Wednesday, July 9) at 2 pm ET for recommendations based on the shows you already love and shout about the streaming gems you’ve discovered. Tweet using the hashtag #MindTheChat for a chance to win BBC AMERICA’s Emmy-nominated third Luther miniseries on iTunes.

Check out Anglophenia’s Brit Binge guides to find movies and TV shows on the streaming services and iTunes:

Recommendations by Show:
If You Like ‘Orphan Black,’ Five Titles You Should Stream Now
If You Like The Walking Dead, Five British Titles to View Online
If You Like Scandal, Five British Titles to View Online
If You Like Orange is The New Black, Five British Titles to View Online
If You Like Masters of Sex, Five Steamy British Titles to Watch

Recommendations by Actor:
Five Benedict Cumberbatch Movies
Tom Hiddleston and Alan Rickman Films
Five Helena Bonham Carter Movies
Five Dame Maggie Smith Movies
Five Tilda Swinton Movies
Five Dominic West Movies
Five Kate Winslet Movies
Five Hugh Bonneville Performances
Five Sacha Baron Cohen Movies
If You Like the British Actors in ‘Game of Thrones’ …

Recommendations By Director:
Mike Leigh and Terence Davies Movies

Recommendations By Genre and Subject:
Five Detective Series
Five British Dark Comedies
Five British Music Documentaries
Five TV Adaptations of Classic Novels
Five Spy Dramas
Five British Indie Movies
Five Criterion Collection Classics
Five Jack the Ripper Movies
Five Beatles-Inspired Movies
Five Foodie Films
10 Little-Seen British Gems
Five Travel & Adventure Series

See more:
11 TV Shows That Explain American Culture (for a British Expat)
British vs. American Ads: Which TV Commercials Make You Blush?
10 American Comedians Whom British People Will Love

Kevin Wicks

Kevin Wicks

Kevin Wicks founded BBCAmerica.com's Anglophenia blog back in 2005 and has been translating British culture for an American audience ever since. While not British himself - he was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri - he once received inordinate hospitality in London for sharing the name of a dead but beloved EastEnders character. His Anglophilia stems from a high school love of Morrissey, whom he calls his "gateway drug" into British culture.

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