Not to be confused with Broad City, Broadchurch returns for a second season of mystery. Find Season One here.
The latest entry in the funny music tv genre (Flight of the Conchords, Tenacious D), HBO brings you Garfunkel and Oates, who, as promised, are both musical and funny.
Season three of Netflix' hugely popular House of Cards remake/reimagining/rewhatever is coming to DVD. Catch up on previous seasons here. (Or, if you'd forgotten it was a remake, go back and check out the British original.)
You know your star is ascending when Judd Apatow directs your feature writing/starring debut. Kill time waiting for Trainwreck with Schumer's popular Comedy Central series.
Jamie Dornan (The Fall, Fifty Shades of Grey) heads the cast of this "lavish historical drama... set in England and America during the 1680s" (per publisher Acorn). British people make good tv, right?
The second season of Netflix' popular Orange is the New Black finally makes it to DVD. Find Season One here.
Season two of the runaway hit Swedish/Danish cop series that's inspired two separate remakes - FX's The Bridge and the French/British coproduction The Tunnel - is here. Catch up with season one.
The first season of Steven Soderbergh's creepy Cinemax series set in New York's Knickerbocker Hospital at the turn of the previous century arrives to great fanfare. Ba-da-ba-ba-ba-bummm! <fanfare> Clive Owen stars.
Hilary Mantel's bestselling Tudors smash gets the Masterpiece Theatre treatment. Due April 28th, you can get the DVDs before the series completes its run on PBS!