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Tue, October 10th, 2017

Free UK TV available by Inviting your Friends

Earn Free UK TV time on TVMucho by inviting your friends to join. You can also track the number of friends that came via your link on the page where you invite them. Read more to learn how; it’s quite simple.

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Fri, October 6th, 2017

UK TV this weekend – The Best Selection

TVMucho has compiled the best of UK TV this weekend for you to check it out. If you are busy, remember, TVMucho has UK TV catch up of 7 days. Watch United Kingdom TV Abroad on all your devices, uninterrupted and with high-quality. The ability to watch uninterrupted TV on all your devices worldwide has never been so convenient because TVMucho was created by expats for expats.

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Wed, July 12th, 2017

UK TV Programs the best selection for you

Here is just a small selection we did on UK TV Programs that are on TV these days. There is a bit of something for everyone. If you like crime, be sure to check Fargo on Channel 4. The Windsors also air on Channel 4, and if you are a fan of comedy, definitely check it out.

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Tue, July 4th, 2017

Catch Up on Your Favorite Movies and get some Popcorns

There are a lot of great movies always airing on various of our channels. Catch up on your favourite movies, you may not even be aware of the fun you could be missing out on. From High Crimes, a great thriller featuring Morgan Freeman, to old timers. Want more? Stay tuned, because we are preparing numerous lists to help you find your favourite programs.

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Sat, May 27th, 2017

Rebus’ vs. ‘Rebus: The Classic Crime Drama

Asked what he thought of Hollywood’s treatment of his novels, James M. Cain used to point at his bookshelf. “They haven’t done anything to my books,” he would say. “They’re right there on the shelf”. Ian Rankin is reputedly less sanguine about ITV’s adaptations of his Inspector Rebus novels, although the series have their fans.

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Thu, May 25th, 2017

HyperNormalisation: It’s worth your time


We live in TV heaven. ‘Friends’ loops endlessly on terrestrial channels, and even the most obscure 70s and 80s children’s shows are finding new audiences via YouTube. But documentaries like ‘HyperNormalisation’ are less likely to enjoy an extended afterlife. Have you tried to view John Berger’s ‘Ways Of Seeing’ or Jonathan Miller’s ‘The Body In Question’? These were state-of-the-art productions, yet now they exert their influence only indirectly, via the memories of their original viewers or spin-off publications.

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Tue, May 23rd, 2017

Bargain Hunt and Screaming Two-Stroke

Economic change often wrongfoots media commentators. Some of the BBC’s most significant output over the last decade has bypassed the critics, scooping up massive audiences despite basic formats, limited budgets, and self-effacing promotion. The daytime favourite ‘Bargain Hunt’ is a prime example of the genre, which we at TVMucho have come to know as ‘screaming two-stroke’.

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Sun, May 21st, 2017

Singing Detective is still noirish after all these years


Reruns of Dennis Potter’s 80s classic ‘The Singing Detective’ are another good reason to watch UK TV abroad. The Singing Detective awards are numerous. They got the “Peabody Award” from the BBC, “NME Award for best TV series” and three more.

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Thu, May 18th, 2017

Downton Abbey… So That Explains It

There’s no sign of an end to the ongoing Brit obsession with the lives of pre-war big houses, their masters, mistresses, and servants. Every decade has had its own lavish saga of life above and below stairs. With the arrival of Julian Fellowes’ all-conquering ‘Downton Abbey’ in 2010, the genre was definitively rebooted for the new millennium.

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