Four new Down Under TV programs premiere in the US in February, and an acclaimed Aussie legal drama will begin streaming again for your viewing pleasure.
Jack Irish fans, rejoice! A third season of the hit Aussie crime drama is coming!
This year closes out with the stateside (and Canadian) premieres of two Aussie dramas, along with several titles from Down Under being added to a streaming service.
November brings just one new Australian program, a comedy, to viewers in the US, along with two Aussie mystery dramas being added to a streaming service.
Fans of My Life Is Murder, rejoice! The Lucy Lawless mystery series has been greenlit for a new season, which Acorn TV will co-produce. (Yay!)
The second season of Aussie detective drama Mystery Road premiered in the US this past Monday, and it’s been worth the two-plus-year wait.
For all intents and purposes, Acorn TV owns Down Under TV premieres and additions in the US in October, which could be called “Mark Mitchinson Month” on the streaming service.
At the heart of One Lane Bridge, which premiered today in the US and Canada, are a mysterious death and one man’s reawakened gift of second sight.
Down Under TV fans in the US get a double dose of brand new Kiwi TV in September, plus the new season of an Aussie TV favorite.
The wait is nearly over. Season 8 of the multiple award-winning Wentworth arrives in the US on Netflix next month.
AMC Networks announced today that Sundance Now and Acorn TV have picked up the exclusive rights to New Zealand crime drama series One Lane Bridge.
July heats up with the national premieres of three series and a stand-up comedy special from Australia, plus a couple of dramas added to streaming services
With stay-at-home orders in place in most US states, here are a few Australian series you might have missed that can help you from going stir crazy.