Wednesday, February 19, 2020

What's New on AcornTV: February-April 2020

I find it difficult to keep track of what I'm watching and on what streaming service. I sometimes forget the name of the show and that makes it all that much more difficult. I'm thinking of using an App to keep track. Any suggestions?

In the meantime, here's what's coming up at AcornTV. I love British shows, and Acorn has well as full length movies and foreign language TV shows. Britain and Beyond. I especially love the news that AcornTV will stream Season 2 of Balthazar in April. Yay!!!

BLOOD, a gritty Irish psychological thriller returns with a second series and stars Adrian Dunbar, who plays Lt. Hastings in UK’s #1 2019 drama, Line of Duty.

MISS FISHER AND THE CRYPT OF TEARS, Acorn TV’s first feature film continues the intriguing story of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, one of the most popular Australian series worldwide starring Essie Davis. This is the series’ first installment since the third season wrapped in 2015

MURDOCH MYSTERIES unrolls new episodes on Mondays with more whodunnit intrigue and its trademark engaging stories (through April 13, 2020).

THE SCHOUWENDAM 12, the spellbinding sequel series to Acorn TV’s Dutch drama The Oldenheim 12, focuses on an investigation into mysterious disappearances of two teens in a village 25 years ago. (w/English subtitles) A

THE RETURN, a made-for-TV ITV film starring Julie Walters and Neil Dudgeon in a drama of murder and betrayal,

LOVEJOY, BBC’s hit series starring Ian McShane as the irresistible rogue with a keen eye for antiques. Co-starring Chris Jury, Dudley Sutton and Phyllis Logan. (Series 3 and 4 binge premieres)

LIVERPOOL 1, a gritty ensemble British police drama starring Samantha Womack, Mark Womack and Paul Usher (Series 1 and 2 binge premiere)

And in April:

April 6: DEADWATER FELL, UK thriller starring David Tennant ( and Cush Jumbo (The Good about a Scottish village ruptured after the murder of a seemingly perfect and happy family

April 20: BALTHAZAR, Series 2 –the hit French crime drama starring Tomer Sisley as a brilliant forensic pathologist who can make the dead speak like no one else to help solve Paris’ most baffling crimes. With English subtitles.

1 comment:

Memarge said...

Thank you so much for posting all you do. Today’s post is great, especially the Acorn TV news. I have a subscription to it, and quite enjoy it.