US streaming service, Acorn TV, is coming to the UK month.
It has been available Stateside for a couple of years now, and has even extended the life of shows such as British hits, The Bletchley Circle and Agatha Raisin, who it has produced itself after their existing broadcasters pulled the plug on them.
The streaming service will hit the UK on Wednesday 29th April and will cost £4.99 per month or £49.99 annually. It will be available via acorn.tv, Roku, Fire TV, Android and Apple mobile and Apple TV. It will also launch shortly on Amazon Channels and Apple TV Channels.
The launch slate for the service includes Foyle’s War, And Then There Were None, Partners in Crime, The Witness for the Prosecution, Keeping Faith, The Bletchley Circle, Black Widows, Accused, Above Suspicion, Mr. & Mrs. Murder, The Irish RM, The Great Train Robbery, Jack Taylor, Deep Water.
Acorn TV original series Queens Of Mystery (pictured) will also get its UK premiere on the service.