Acorn TV Streams British Excellence!

| December 17, 2012

Acorn TV, the first British TV streaming service in North America, features the very best British mysteries and dramas, includingJeremy Irons in Brideshead Revisited; Robbie Coltrane (Harry Potter) in CrackerJames Nesbitt (The Hobbit) in Monroe; Agatha Christie’s classic Tommy & Tuppence Mysteries; as well as a marathon of our best-selling series Midsomer Murders with 12 feature-length episodes.

Also streaming: “Most Mysterious Christmas Specials” featuring holiday episodes of Poirot, Rosemary & Thyme, Midsomer Murders, andFoyle’s War; Kelly Reilly (Flight) and Ciaran Hinds in Above Suspicion; the original, iconic Upstairs Downstairs; Robson Green in Touching Evil and Northern Lights; Francesca Annis in Lillie; Peter Davison in The Last Detective; period drama-CSI with Murdoch Mysteries; Lee Remick in Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill; among many others.

Acorn TV is featuring a free 14-day trial for complete access to the 18 different series with an average of 175 hours of weekly content (up 40% from the 125 hours in Sept.) Thereafter, a subscription is just $2.99/mth or $29.99/yr. Each week three new seasons are added and three are removed. The press login/password for complete access is readily available upon request.

Coming Dec. 24th to Acorn TVKelly Reilly (Flight) and Ciaran Hinds in the U.S. premiere of Above Suspicion, Set 2Paul Gross in Slings & Arrows, Season 2; and The Grand: Complete Collection

Coming Dec. 31st to Acorn TV: Doc Martin Series 1-5 plus movies marathon, Maigret, No Job for a Lady: Complete Collection, and Time Team

Please consider trying Acorn TV’s streaming service. Acorn TV is available at and through Roku, iPhones, iPads, Barnes & Noble’s NOOK Tablet, Apple TV, Google TV, among others.

About the Author:

Del Harvey is a co-founder of Film Monthly. He is an independent filmmaker, film director, screenwriter, and film teacher, currently living in Chicago.
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