The subscription streaming service Acorn TV has distinguished itself by not only producing original content but by being the first place the best new British dramas premiere in the US. It's not only favorite British series that are available on Acorn TV, but the channel also offers programs from Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Spain. What original and new series are on Acorn TV right now? Check out these Acorn TV shows and acquisitions that are sure to satisfy any fan of dramas, mysteries, and other favorites from across the pond (and down under).
Thanks to having a parent company that also has an interest in the Agatha Christie estate, Acorn TV has shown US premieres of shows such as The Witness for the Prosecution and the last episodes of Agatha Christie's Poirot. They also have worked with the BBC, ITV, RTÉ One, and the Australian Broadcasting Company to provide first US distribution of shows such as Manhunt, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, and Striking Out. Acorn TV original series include more British mystery shows such as Queens of Mystery and Agatha Raisin.
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Delicious (Sky 1, 2016) is a British television drama television series. Set in Cornwall, England, celebrity chef Leo (Iain Glen) is married but having an affair with his first wife, a talented cook from whom he stole many of his recipes and cheated on for years.
Acceptable Risk (Acorn TV, 2017) is a British dramatic thriller television series. When Sarah Manning's (Elaine Cassidy) husband is slain she realizes she knows nothing about his past and begins to investigate who he really was and what work he did for a powerful global organization.
Partners in Crime (BBC, 2015) is a British drama television series based on the Agatha Christie Tommy and Tuppence detective novels. Crime-fighting duo, Tommy (David Walliams) and Tuppence (Jessica Raine) Beresford, solve mysteries and search for enemy spies in 1950s Britain.
Clean Break (RTÉ One, 2015) is an Irish crime drama television series. Frank (Adam Fergus) is a car dealer running out of fiscal rope. He kidnaps the local bank manager’s family, which gets him into serious trouble.
London Kills (Acorn TV, 2019) is a British crime television seires. The show follows the detectives of an elite murder investigation squad in London.
Loves, Lies and Records (BBC One, 2017) is a British television drama. Registrar Kate Dickinson (Ashley Jensen) tries to balance her personal life with the daily dramas of births, deaths and marriages and the impact they have upon her and her staff at the local Register Office in Leeds.
Sando (Australian Broadcasting Company, 2018) is an Australian television comedy series. Victoria 'Sando' Sandringham (Sacha Horler) is Australia's queen of the discount furniture package deal who has her empire on being a down-to-earth larrikin and is something of a national treasure - to all but her family.
Three generations of a family struggle to make the best of an unusual situation in Wales.
Having developed a fascination for the unique quality and appeal of island life, Martin Clune is setting off on a 10,000 mile journey, from the west to the east, to explore the vast swathe of islands which are scattered beyond America's shores.