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New to SoHo in June

   An unprecedented number of British dramas will premiere next month on SoHo, along with another Amazon Prime pick-up, Fleabag. Patrick Melrose, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch in an adaptation of Edward St. Aubyn’s novels, is a Sky Atlantic-Showtime co-production while CB Strike and Little Women were BBC commissions. Patrick Melrose is a flamboyant, aristocratic playboy […]

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New to Neon in June

Next month Sky’s streaming service Neon will add the latest seasons of Billions, Versailles, Nashville and Younger. All three seasons of Billions will stream from June 28, S3 of Versailles from June 13 (a day after its SoHo premiere), and S5 of Younger and the resumption of S6 of Nashville from June 10. Also new […]

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SoHo to Double Up Twin Peaks

Sky will precede SoHo’s May 22 premiere of Twin Peaks with another chance to see the original series from 27 years ago. Seasons one and two of the 1990-91 cult hit will play back-to-back on pop up channel 210 from May 19. Inexplicably, Sky has secured an SD version of the series — despite its HD […]

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New to Blu: November 9 – 15

  Lording it over this week’s TV-on-Blu-ray releases is Preacher – Season One. “Visually it has a richly vibrant comic book feel, with excellent contrast and popping colours,” AVForums said. “With strong black levels, this is a great video presentation for a great-looking show.” Extras include deleted and extended scenes, The Unfilmable Pilot, The Stunts of […]

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French "Sacre Bleu" Coup for SoHo

French “Sacre Bleu” Coup for SoHo

A controversial costume drama that goes to air this week in France will premiere on SoHo in January. Set 350 years ago, in the court of Louis XIV, the 10-part Versailles is named after the spectacular palace he commissioned. “As Louis evolves, his transformation takes him from young King to absolute Monarch, a 17th century […]

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