New on BritBox in the US: What’s added in March 2022?

Some great new British television shows are coming to BritBox in March!

The subscription streaming service from BBC Studios and ITV offers viewers in the US and Canada the biggest collection of streaming British television.

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Here are all the upcoming new additions:


Murder in Provence – Season 1 (available from 1st March 2022)

Adapted from the books by M.L. Longworth, Murder in Provence follows Antoine Verlaque (Roger Allam, Endeavour), and Investigating Judge in Aix-en-Provence, and his romantic partner Marine Bonnet (Nancy Carroll, Father Brown) as they investigate the murders, mysteries and dark underbelly of their idyllic home.

Their efforts are aided by Hélène (Keala Settle, The Greatest Showman), a hard-nosed detective and Antoine’s trusted confidante. Each episode investigates and resolves a new murder.


The Bay – Season 3 (available from 15th March 2022)

DS Jenn Townsend (Marsha Thomason, Lost), Morecambe’s new FLO, is thrown in the deep end when a body is found in the Bay on her first day in the job.

She must get under the skin of a grieving and complicated family if she has any chance of solving the murder, whilst at the same time proving herself to new colleagues in the MIU. The pressure is multiplied when her new blended family struggle to settle in Morecambe, proving to Jenn that a fresh start might not be quite as simple as moving to a different town.


Twenty Twelve (available from 22nd March 2022)

Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), Jessica Hynes (There She Goes), Olivia Colman (The Crown) and Amelia Bullmore (Scott & Bailey) star in this six-part comedy drama about the people paddling hard beneath the water to make the Olympics happen in London in 2012.

Filmed in a documentary style, this comedy series deals with such hot topics as how to phase the traffic lights across London to get people from west to east, who to sell the Taekwondo hall to after the event, what to do when protesters leave large quantities of horse dung on the doorstep in protest at the siting of the equestrian events and how to cope with sportsmen who want to help but are just too dull.

From logistical nightmares to production errors, it’s all in a day’s work for the men and women whose job it is to stage the greatest sporting event in the world.


This is Joan Collins (available from 29th March 2022)

A feature-length documentary about the extraordinary life of Joan Collins. From the glitz and glamor of Hollywood’s Golden Age to a decade-defining role in the television phenomenon Dynasty, this dramatic rollercoaster story is narrated by Joan herself with her inimitable wit, honesty and verve.

Full of never before seen home movie footage and thrilling archive, this epic film gives us an intimate and revealing glimpse into one of the world’s most iconic figures.

A story about Hollywood, men, showbiz and beyond, Joan Collins tells us how she survived it all with panache.


Gardeners’ World 2022 (available from TBC March 2022)

The popular BBC flagship gardening program returns and is packed with good ideas and tips from experts and timely reminders to get the most of your garden, whatever its size or type.

Hosted by gardening master Monty Don, this BBC lifestyle institution is full of down-to-earth advice from experts and surprise guests such as Mary Berry.


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