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Sat, January 28th, 2017

Peaky Blinders: Season 4 Air Date

Since its 2013 launch, ‘Peaky Blinders‘ have been among the biggest successes of UK TV. The gangster family epic series set in 1920s Birmingham, England is centered on a gang who sew razor blades in the peaks of their caps. Their boss, the brilliant, feared and success-obsessed Thomas Shelby is an ex-soldier with a desire for greatness. The show quickly became a success of fans who watch UK TV abroad. The only problem with it is that there are only 3 seasons and each of them has six episodes. This and the long waiting periods between the seasons have left fans of UK TV shows impatiently waiting for more of this amazing and heartbreaking intensive story.

Peaky Blinders Season 3 ended with so many questions as to what will happen next

The cliffhanger ending of the Peaky Blinders, Season 3 where Tommy supposedly betrayed his family left the fans of UK TV thinking as to what will happen next. Will Thomas’s family think he betrayed them? Will they seek revenge? Is Grace really dead?

Furthermore, there are some speculations that Grace might return because a lot of fans are devastated because of her death. Some theories say that since there was no funeral, Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy) has made another miracle by staging her death. You could find out all about it here on TVMucho, just get our subscription and be amongst the first to find out.

It is also speculated that Tom Hardy might come back as Alfie Solomon. This is one of the wishes of all the fans of UK TV all over the world.

Thomas Shelby will never stop

In a BBC interview, Cillian Murphy said that he thinks that his character, Thomas Shelby, will never stop. In the same interview, Cillian Murphy said:

“Everything has changed.”

This brought a lot of questions from expats and fans of UK TV all around the world as to what shall happen next?

We know he will never stop. We know Thomas Shelby is godless, fearless, relentless, and extremely intelligent, but we still can’t even imagine what will Season 4 bring to us?

The filming for Peaky Blinders, Season 4 starts in March 2017. This means that the Peaky Blinders Season 4 air date is set for October 2017 on BBC Two. The series writer, Steven Knight already stated that the show will definitely have Season 5. It will premiere in 2018.

 

‘Peaky Blinders’ airs on BBC Two, which is available with a TVMucho subscription. TVMucho enables fans of the show from faraway places and expats far from home to watch UK TV abroad. Our broadcast of UK TV in Spain, the United States and other countries around the world brings fans all their favorite series, films, and shows. If you’re interested in accessing over 28 popular channels of great English TV, find out if TVMucho is for you today. You won’t regret it!

 

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Wed, January 18th, 2017

New ‘Thunderbirds’ Hits UK TV Abroad. Is it still ‘Go’?

Fans of Gerry Anderson watching UK TV abroad can now enjoy the rebooted ‘Thunderbirds’ via their internet connections with TVMucho.

In any countdown of great 60s TV shows, Gerry Anderson’s ‘Thunderbirds’ deserves ‘Top 10’ placing. 2015 saw the release of ‘Thunderbirds Are Go’, a reverential a UK-NZ reboot sharing themes and personnel with the original. But did it succeed in getting hipster kids to put down their smartphones? Answer: Yes! YES! YES!!! In fact, ‘Thunderbirds Are Go’ has become a UK TV staple that you can watch abroad via TVMucho.

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Sat, November 12th, 2016

Danger Mouse: A rejuvenated rodent reappears

The Return Of Danger Mouse: A rejuvenated rodent reappears on UK TV abroad

The turnover in children’s TV is brutal. Last season’s must-see becomes this year’s schedule filler, and this season’s favourite character is likely to end up in the pile with next year’s remaindered merchandising tie-ins. But it wasn’t always so. The 70s and 80s kids who guzzled the original run of ‘Danger Mouse’ had been raised on warmed-up post-war leftovers like ‘Champion The Wonder Horse’, ‘Casey Jones’ and — least appetizing of all — ‘Andy Pandy’, 26 episodes of which were shot in 1952 and then left on heavy rotation for an incredible 18 years. They were in desperate need of something new.

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Tue, November 8th, 2016

David Attenborough Migrates To UK TV Abroad

Is there anything not to like in the eco-friendly Brit’s six-decade career? 

When TVMucho started rebroadcasting UK TV abroad, we had an office discussion about who we’d want to present our fantasy ‘Brit TV for Expats’ award in 2017. It was very brief. More than three-quarters of the participants came up with the same choice: David Attenborough.

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Tue, November 1st, 2016

Versailles TV Series: Here Comes The Sun King

One current favorite for those who want to watch UK TV abroad this year focuses on France during the time of its most famous king. With lavish wardrobe and an eye to period detail in everything from set design to minor plot points, the Versailles TV series, a collaboration between BBC Two and Canal+ takes a lingering look at the reign of Louis XIV, better known as the Sun King.

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Sun, October 30th, 2016

Looking into the Black Mirror

The UK TV series on Channel 4 that welcomes your personality disorders.

Charlie Brooker’s anthology drama series Black Mirror has made his name synonymous with subversive television. A darling of critics and audiences alike, the show’s international recognition has grown with each episode. Everybody from Stephen King to Robert Downey Jr has weighed in on the subject. (Indeed, Downey optioned an episode to turn into a movie.)

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Sat, October 8th, 2016

The Sweeney Before He Was Morse

Few cop shows have the timeless appeal and swagger of The Sweeney.

A bona fide ITV classic, the show focuses on the infamous Flying Squad, the London-based elite unit tasked with combating armed robbery and violent crime. The show was created by Ian Kennedy Martin, a man with form in police drama and a penchant for gritty realism. The formula he pioneered explored the relationship between the day-to-day work of the Squad and the booze’n’fags-fueled personal lives of its two leads, a pre-Morse John Thaw and his sergeant, an impossibly youthful Dennis Waterman.

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Mon, October 3rd, 2016

Stroll On: Cold Feet Returns on ITV

No Footwarmers… Cold Feet

Reboots have long been the stock-in-trade of the film industry, and revived television serials are growing in popularity in both the UK and the US. They tend to be grand affairs, designed to capture the public imagination and re-ignite the hopes of fans. Sometimes they take off in marvellous and unexpected ways, but just as often the revived show stumbles under the weight of expectations. Cold Feet is the most recent returnee from extended slumber, coming back after 13 years off the air.

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Thu, September 29th, 2016

Sherlock: The Abominable Bride

Since its 2010 launch, ‘Sherlock’ has been among the biggest successes of British TV. Indeed, the only real complaint of the legions of fans who watch UK TV abroad and at home has been lack of supply, with just three complete series broadcast to date.

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Sat, September 24th, 2016

Doctor Who Comes Of Age

Few shows can boast a history like Doctor Who, and Britain’s longest-running science fiction programme can now be viewed by expats living anywhere in the world. Since 1963, Doctor Who has mesmerized viewers of UK TV abroad and at home.

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