Stateside Down Under TV fans can look forward to five national premieres in July, including those of three new series and the final season of two Aussie favorites.
In advance of tomorrow’s premiere of Series 2 of Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries, I chatted with the star of the series, Geraldine Hakewill.
Two new series and two new seasons from both Australia and New Zealand have their stateside premieres in June 2021, and there’s more besides.
May 2021 brings to stateside viewers two new Aussie series and new seasons of two shows from Australia and New Zealand.
The Brokenwood Mysteries is back and brilliant as ever.
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.
Make room on your viewing calendars for The Night Caller, a gripping true-crime docuseries set to premiere in the US and Canada.
The new year brings a new true-crime docuseries and a new feature film, both from Australia, to two stateside streaming services.
Set aside an hour for the next six Thursdays, because you won’t want to miss any of Total Control, a gripping Aussie political drama that premieres in the US tomorrow.
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.
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.