Friday, April 24, 2020

UPCOMING TV streaming and 30 days FREE on AcornTV

I love AcornTV...who doesn't love great British TV? But AcornTV is much more than that. And now get 30 DAYS FREE FOR NEW AND PAST SUBSCRIBERS.

To help tide viewers over during this difficult time, Acorn TV is offering an extended 30-day free trial (formerly 7 days) for new and former subscribers– Click on and type in FREE30 in the promo code section.

ACORN TV COMES HOME TO THE UK. For the first time, Acorn TV will be available in the UK starting Wednesday, April 29. Among the highlights include the UK Premiere of Emmy-nominated British series Queens of Mystery and a compelling catalogue of recent and classic series including Foyle’s War, Keeping Faith and Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None.


***BALTHAZAR: As a forensic pathologist in Paris, Raphaël Balthazar (Tomer Sisley, Philharmonia) can make the dead speak like no one else. He solves the city's most disturbing crimes with no-nonsense chief inspector Hélène Bach (Hélène de Fougerolles, Le Secret d’Elise,) who, in Season 2, helps him reopen the one case that still haunts him: his wife’s murder. Catch all 10 episodes now of brand-new Series 2.

***THE SCHOUWENDAM 12 - Decades ago, two teenagers disappeared from the Dutch village of Schouwendam without a trace. When an unknown man suddenly appears in town with no memories but a clear resemblance to one of the teens, it forces the residents to confront the mysteries of the past in this riveting Dutch language drama.

Highlights from Acorn TV’s upcoming COLLECTIONS:

LINE OF DUTY: In this long-running BBC hit drama, follow the complicated, twisty investigations of London’s AC-12 anti-police corruption unit, with a stellar cast ensemble of Adrian Dunbar (Blood), Martin Compston (The Nest) and Vicky McClure (This Is England), along with season-long guest stars Lennie James, Stephen Graham, Thandie Newton and more. Stream the complete series on Acorn TV, including 2019’s highly-rated season 5 which is available in the U.S. exclusively on Acorn TV.

JACK IRISH: Emmy® winner Guy Pearce (Memento) reprises his iconic role as Jack Irish, a former criminal lawyer with a penchant for getting dragged into unsavory situations.

THE HOUR: Set in the 1950s, this Emmy-winning and Golden Globe-nominated BBC drama delves into the high-stakes world of TV news, starring Ben Whishaw (Spectre), Romola Garai (Emma), and Dominic West (The Affair).

MY LIFE IS MURDER: Lucy Lawless (Xena: Warrior Princess, Parks and Recreation) stars in this contemporary Australian detective drama as retired cop Alexa Crowe.


Memarge said...

Thank you for all the hard work you do to keep us informed.

Michael Gora said...

We have subscribed to Acorn for 4-5 years now and love it. We cut all cable about three years ago. 95% of what we watch on TV is 4 different European stations for shows, mostly mysteries, and a couple of other stations for news. We do have Netflix and Amazon but hardly ever look at those.