A new cop series on Acorn TV is as pretty to look at as ‘Broadchurch’ but goes even darker in its story of abduction and imprisonment in the Welsh countryside.
Even “Sex and the City,” which I did not watch.
Winners in the news, public service and radio/podcast categories were announced, and CBS’s “60 Minutes” is being honored with the Institutional Award.
The eight-part series is unusual in mainstream TV-making in having a cast of international actors in major roles, often speaking in their own languages.
Among the private details Elizabeth II reveals about her 1953 coronation in a BBC documentary airing on Sunday: The crown was too big for her head.
Jodie Whittaker became the first woman to play the Doctor since the series began in 1963.
How a British series about a natty and ruthless Birmingham crime family between the world wars has had an outsize impact on pop culture.
In this Sundance Now series, a self-described “brown white man” visits Sri Lanka to discover his roots and to get his mother off his back.
The cheerful British hit has been rocked by drama since it left BBC last year. Here’s what is next for the show and its original hosts.