When’s that show you mentioned starting again, TMINE? Including Greenleaf, Emerald City, Roots and MacGyver

Every Friday, I let you know the latest announcements about when new, imported TV shows will finally be arriving on your screens – assuming anyone’s bought any, of course.

The acquisitions market kicked up a gear this week, which means there’s a whole new herd of shows charging our way now. And for some reason, half of them want to start on the same day.

MacGyver (US: CBS)
Sky1: Wednesday, February 8th, 8pm
Episode reviews: 1

Emerald City (US: NBC)
5*: Wednesday, February 8th, 9pm
Episode reviews: 1-2, 3

Roots (US: History)
BBC Four: Wednesday, February 8th, 9pm
Episode reviews: Didn’t watch it

Greenleaf (US: OWN)
Netflix UK: Friday, March 3rd
Episode reviews: Didn’t watch it – sorry

13 Reasons Why (Netflix)
Netflix UK: Friday, March 31st
Episode reviews: Hasn’t aired yet

I Love Dick (Amazon)
Amazon UK: Friday, May 12th
Episode reviews: 1

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When’s that show you mentioned starting again, TMINE? Including Vikings

Every Friday, I let you know the latest announcements about when new, imported TV shows will finally be arriving on your screens – assuming anyone’s bought any, of course.

No one’s bought anything new recently, except for Walter Presents, which hasn’t announced when it’s going to be airing Flight HS13 yet. Sorry.

The best I can do is let you know that Vikings, which has obviously been on both History and Amazon in the UK already, is coming to Blaze, which is apparently a channel that everyone can get on Freeview now, so y’all can watch it for free at last. Well I never.

First episode airs Sunday, February 26th, at 10pm.

When’s that show you mentioned starting again, TMINE? Including Twin Peaks and Le Bureau Des Légendes (The Bureau)

Every Friday, I let you know the latest announcements about when new, imported TV shows will finally be arriving on your screens – assuming anyone’s bought any, of course.

It’s another quiet week for acquisitions, so I can offer you but one new show premiere time and date:

  • Twin Peaks (US: Showtime)
    Sky Atlantic: May 22, 2am (regular time: Tuesdays, 9pm, starting May 23)
    Episode reviews: simulcast, so I ain’t seen nothing yet

However, I’ll just point out that in case you don’t have Amazon Prime, the truly marvellous Le Bureau Des Légendes (The Bureau) (France: Canal+) will be available to own on DVD from Monday (you can already get it on iTunes, if you prefer digital).

When’s that show you mentioned starting again, TMINE? Including The Brokenwood Mysteries

Every Friday, I let you know the latest announcements about when new, imported TV shows will finally be arriving on your screens – assuming anyone’s bought any, of course.

It’s the start of the year and there haven’t been that many acquisitions, so don’t be too surprised that I can’t give you too many new dates yet. In fact, I’ve only got one:

  • The Brokenwood Mysteries (New Zealand)
    Drama: February 24th, 8pm
    Episode reviews: 1

When’s that show you mentioned starting again, TMINE? Including Beyond, You Me Her and Riverdale

Every Friday, I let you know the latest announcements about when new, imported TV shows will finally be arriving on your screens – assuming anyone’s bought any, of course.

I know what this feature’s called, but for once I can’t help you, since all the acquisitions this week have been shows that haven’t even aired in the US yet or which I didn’t bother watching since they were on Audience and sounded a bit pervy. All the same, Netflix wants them.

  • Beyond (US)
    Netflix UK: January 3rd
  • You Me Her (US)
    Netflix UK: January 18th
  • Riverdale (US)
    Netflix UK: January 27th

Seeing as I haven’t reviewed them, have some trailers instead.