Australia: Here’s your complete APRIL 2023 release schedule for Britain-focused streaming service BritBox, along with the trailers that have been made available!
After more Australian streaming release schedules? Also check out the APRIL line-ups for NETFLIX, AMAZON PRIME VIDEO, DISNEY+ and SHUDDER …
- ‘THE GREAT POTTERY THROWDOWN’ – SEASON 4
- ‘SISTER BONIFACE MYSTERIES’ – SEASON 2, NEW & EXCLUSIVE TO BRITBOX, AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE, BRITBOX ORIGINAL (GENRE: MYSTERY DRAMA)
Highly popular Father Brown spin-off returns for another season. Lorna Watson (The IT Crowd, The Wrong Door, Forget Me Not) returns as Sister Boniface of St Vincents Convent: a moped-riding, wine-making nun and part-time forensic scientist. The series is set in a cosy Cotswolds town during the 1960s and the police are rudimentary. The local townspeople rely on the charismatic Sister Boniface to solve the village’s crimes. If there’s evidence to be found, Sister Boniface will find it with a little help from the dashing DI Sam Gilliespie played by Max Brown (Downton Abbey, The Royals, The Tudors). Sister Boniface Mysteries is a heartwarming crime drama by the same creators behind Father Brown.
- ‘HATTIE’ – FILM
- ‘MANHUNT: THE RAOUL MOAT STORY’ – DOCUMENTARY
- ‘GRACE’ – SEASON 3, NEW AND EXCLUSIVE TO BRITBOX, AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE (GENRE: CRIME DRAMA)
John Simm is back as Detective Superintendent Roy Grace. John Simm (Life on Mars, Irvine Welsh’s Crime) stars as the tenacious, yet troubled, DS Roy Grace. This dark mystery series follows the hard working police officers of Brighton as they are tasked with complex crimes in the coastal town of Brighton.
Grace is based on the best selling book series by award winning author, Peter James. The series is highly rated by reviewers from the Guardian UK, The Telegraph and The Independent UK.
- ‘CALL THE MIDWIFE’ – SEASON 10
- ‘LADHOOD’ – SEASON 3, NEW AND EXCLUSIVE TO BRITBOX (GENRE: COMEDY)
BAFTA-nominated comedy returns for its final season. Ladhood is a coming-of-age semi-autobiographical comedy from BAFTA-nominated comedian Liam Williams (Pls Like, Year Friends), who explores the roots of modern-day masculinity by delving into the memories of his own misspent adolescence