Acorn TV’s six-part crime series Taken Down stars Lynn Rafferty (Love/Hate) as Inspector Jen Rooney, a Dublin detective investigating the murder of a young Nigerian girl from a center for asylum-seekers.
The DVD Release of the first season/series of Taken Down will be in stores on November 19th.
Acorn TV’s first commissioned series, Agatha Raisin, returns for Series 2 with the announced premiere of its first 90-minute episode, Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham.
The wizard referred to in the title is a hairdresser who saves Agatha’s hair from the frizz from hell, and is becoming something more to her when their burgeoning relationship is interrupted by murder.
Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham will premiere on Monday, November 19th. Check out the trailer below.
Acorn TV has announced a slate of twelve new and returning international programs for late summer and fall, including Acorn TV Original Angela Raisin, Australian procedurals Jack Irish (above) and Mystery Road (starring Judy Davis), Italian drama Tangled Lies and New Zealand’s 800 Words.
Faith Howells (Eve Myles, Torchwood, Victoria, Broadchurch) fights to find the truth behind the sudden and unexpected disappearance of her husband in Keeping Faith – a critically acclaimed, international hit series from BBC Wales and Acorn TV.
Keeping Faith will arrive on (Blu-ray and DVD) on July 24th.
England’s deadliest village and its intrepid detectives are back!
Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby and Detective Sergeant Jamie Winter investigate the cozy villages of Midsomer’s most sinister secrets in Midsomer Murders: Series 20 – six feature-length mysteries that fall somewhere between cozy and hard-boiled.
Midsomer Murders: Series 20 is now streaming on Acorn TV.
Acorn TV, with Acorn Media Enterprises, has ordered a second series/season of mystery-comedy series Agatha Raisin starring Ashley Jensen.
Series 2 will adapt three of MC Beaton’s novels, The Wizard of Evesham, The Curious Curate and The Fairies of Fryham and will be available internationally as three 90-minute television movies or six 45-minute episodes.
Hey, I hear there’s a holiday today that involves lots of drinking, cabbages and turning stuff green? The company known for british television mysteries, Acorn TV is expanding and trying their Luck with the Irish. Acorn is launching a 4 part drama called Striking Out. The drama starts March 17, 2017. Yes on Saint Patricks Day. It looks pretty intriguing. I’ll have a review in a few days.