BritBox Unveils What's Coming to the Streamer in April 2020

BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in April 2020

BritBox, the subscription streaming service from BBC Studios and ITV providing the largest assortment of streaming British tv in North America, has unveiled its April slate! Next month’s titles embody the unique premiere of The Mallorca Files, all six seasons of Father Brown, and BBC’s hit panel present Pointless. Check out the full April slate beneath!

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Available April 1

Beach Bodies (BritBox Event) – Despite the jubilation or peace of thoughts lengthy related to the infinite waves, the sand, and the breezy promenade stroll, many seaside cities and coastal shores have turn into a bunch of a few of the most grisly murders. This stunt seems to be at the darkness that lurks beneath the enjoyable, and have the following titles:

Death In Paradise – A light-hearted whodunit on the sunshine Caribbean island the place a staff of police makes use of unconventional strategies to catch the killers of a few of the most not possible crimes.

Shetland – When a younger man disappears on the in a single day ferry to Shetland, DI Jimmy Perez and the staff embark on a difficult case that leads them from the Shetland Islands to Glasgow.

The Coroner – Jane Kennedy is a high-flying solicitor who returns to the small city she escaped as an adolescent. As coroner, she investigates intriguing instances in opposition to a surprising seaside backdrop.

The Bay – An investigation right into a pair of lacking youngsters leads to the uncovering of layers of simmering secrets and techniques and lies.

The Mallorca Files Season 1 | (BritBox Original, North American Premiere) – Set amongst the vibrant worldwide group of the eponymous Spanish island, The Mallorca Files facilities round Detective Miranda Blake performed by Elen Rhys (Broadchurch, Silent Witness) – an introvert who’s used to residing by the guidelines – and Julian Looman as her German counterpart, Max Winter, whose method to policing relies on gut-instinct and little regard for protocol. Their dynamic – generally in sync, however principally not – units the playful tone of the collection.

Father Brown Seasons 1-6 | (BritBox Exclusive, New To BritBox) – Set in the early 1950s, the collection facilities round the native Catholic priest at St. Mary’s, who typically finds himself fixing a few of the largest crimes in the quaint English village of Kembleford. Assisted in his efforts by a motley, and never at all times godly, squad of allies, he’s thrust additional into his position thanks to a clumsy native detective. Father Brown is a enjoyable, compelling light-hearted interval procedural that has actually earned its stripes with audiences round the world.

TBA: Pointless Season 23 | (BritBox Exclusive, North American Premiere) – Joining BritBox’s NOW function is the solely recreation present the place contestants with the fewest factors are the winners! It’s like Family Feud however rivals are tasked with discovering the lesser-known or pointless solutions. The extra apparent a solution the extra factors added to a staff’s complete. Four groups of two compete to survive elimination by avoiding the highest rating in that spherical. The final staff standing has an opportunity to win the Pointless Jackpot.

Available April 12

Easter From King’s 2020 | (BritBox Exclusive, North American Premiere) – BritBox’s NOW function brings Easter from King’s, the annual British custom in which the world-renowned choir from King’s College performs a particular Easter live performance broadcast dwell from the historic and breathtaking campus chapel.

Available April 14

Scarborough | (BritBox Exclusive, North American Premiere) – From Derren Litten, creator of the smash-hit Benidorm, Scarborough residents Karen and Mike discover themselves reunited after 5 years aside. Now in their late 30s – not “old”, regardless of what their youthful realtor tells them – it’s time to make a correct go of it. The solely hassle is, life in Scarborough isn’t quiet (generally actually when karaoke is on). From an surprising demise at Karen’s job to Mike’s feud with the native ice cream mogul, can this pair survive what Scarborough has in retailer for them?

Available April 21

Northern Cops Season 1 | (BritBox Exclusive, North American Premiere) – Meet the emergency response officers, detectives and command facilities of the Northumbria Police power preventing to hold their group secure. This is a world the place heat, humor and poignant moments meet motion, drama, and tragedy. Where unintended shoplifting and drunk and disorderly habits sit alongside robberies and manhunts. Returning characters reveal the compelling tales of the individuals preventing crime and people who turn into victims of it. These particular person tales additionally replicate fashionable crime-fighting and social points dealing with the complete of the UK. Adrenaline-filled chases. Emotional interactions. Beautiful surroundings. This is a real-life true crime police collection.

Available April 24

Waiting for God Seasons 1-3 | (New to BritBox) – Tom Ballard performed by Graham Crowden (Foyle’s War, Waking the Dead) is a retired accountant with a style for fantasy. Diana Trent performed by Stephanie Cole(Inside No.9, Coronation Street) is a no-nonsense, sharp-tongued ex-journalist. Two aged eccentrics refuse to develop outdated gracefully and strike up an uneasy alliance that leads to many adventures at the Bayview retirement village.

April Available 28

Question Time 2020 |(BritBox Exclusive, North American Premiere) – BritBox’s NOW function brings a model new season of the 40-year-old BBC present affairs program introduced by Fiona Bruce. The present continues to give the basic public from round the world a voice and an opportunity to have their questions answered by the panelists, who’re often made up of political figures, journalists, comedians, celebrities and commerce union leaders.

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