Alan Cumming hosts a 90-minute special celebrating creators and actors of Masterpiece.
A “superbly understated performance,” by Hugh Laurie and a reminder of “enduring truths,” are among critics’ praises of the new Masterpiece series.
A six-part comedy-drama about idle gossip gone awry in a picturesque British fishing village.
The show set in an Irish village has arrived in New York. Stream the award-winning drama with THIRTEEN Passport.
The Masterpiece dramas Beecham House and Grantchester air on THIRTEEN between June 14 and July 19.
An Englishman arrives in Delhi in 1795 with all the appearances of a rugged individualist, but the former soldier for the East India Company is determined to reunite his family, and even has an infant in tow.
The Masterpiece series introduces a love triangle and the arrival of American GIs to Northern Ireland.
Words of wisdom for G.I.’s in Northern Ireland, provided by the U.S. Government. “In America we ask, ‘Where do you come from?’ In Ulster they ask, ‘What church do you belong to?’ If the question is put to you, tell the truth and then change the subject.”
Let’s take a deep breath, everyone. The midwives are back on Sunday nights, starting March 29.
Your beach getaway comes early in 2020, with the January premiere of Sanditon on Masterpiece, adapted from Jane Austen’s unfinished novel.
THIRTEEN has scheduled a smashing lineup of British programs on Sundays in December.
The Moonstone is a rollicking who-dunnit, Victorian-style, and the trendsetter for the English detective novel.
The British drama’s four seasons are streaming on THIRTEEN as a member benefit. The series captures late 19th-century life in town and country.
The series’ emotional pull comes from its characters, most of whom seem to accept loneliness as the price for their work ethic and drive. And no one can get their job done without some give and take.
Poldark reunites with an old friend and starts gaining enemies. The real history depicted in the series, plus a look at who’s new.