Australia: Here’s your complete MARCH 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 MARCH line-ups for NETFLIX, DISNEY+, AMAZON PRIME VIDEO, STAN, BINGE … …
- ‘VERA’ – SEASON 11, NEW TO BRITBOX (GENRE: CRIME DRAMA)
Watch the biggest collection of Vera in Australia only on BritBox. DCI Vera Stanhope played by Brenda Belthyn (Pride & Prejudice, Secrets & Lies) returns with her notable wit and
charm, leading a diligent team of detectives as they investigate six complex and murderous crimes set against the stunning coastal landscape of Northumberland.
- ‘HAMPSTEAD’ – FILM
- ‘PENELOPE KEITH’S COASTAL VILLAGES’
- ‘THE CONFESSIONS OF FRANNIE LANGTON’ – SEASON 1, NEW AND EXCLUSIVE TO BRITBOX, BRITBOX ORIGINAL, AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE (GENRE: PERIOD DRAMA, CRIME)
Adapted from the award winning 2019 period drama novel written by Sara Collins. In a haunting tale of forbidden love, slave turned servant Frannie Langton, played by Karla-Simone Spence (Gold Digger), travels from her Jamaican plantation to 1800s London where she finds herself accused of the brutal murder of her master and mistress. This gothic mystery is packed with twists and turns, all set in the dark-alleys of old London.
Viewers will be hooked on the unique and well-crafted, in-depth story, filled with complexities and modern sensibilities. The Guardian UK scored the series a 4-star rating and noted that “Bridgerton fans will love The Confessions of Frannie Langton.”
Also starring Patrick Martins (Redemption), Pooky Quesnel (W1A, The Guilty), Sophie Cookson (Gypsy, Kingsman) and Stephen Campbell-Moore (The History Boys, The Bank Job).
- ‘SONG FOR MARION’ – FILM
- ‘SARAH BEENY’S NEW LIFE IN THE COUNTRY’ – SEASON 2
- ‘THE GOODIES’ – SEASON 2, 5-8, NEW AND EXCLUSIVE TO BRITBOX (GENRE: COMEDY)
More seasons added of BritBox’s most requested comedy. BritBox is bringing more highly demanded seasons to its collection of The Goodies, with these new seasons being absent from Australian TV screens for many years.
Cherished as Britain’s favourite sitcom throughout the 70s and 80s, The Goodies stars comedians Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie, a hilarious trio who influenced many prominent Australian comedians of today. Together, the tight knit trio are not afraid to do what it takes, no matter the challenge or consequences. Follow the Goodies and their series of unique sketch comedy, ranging from topical and bizarre schemes to slapstick and musical performances as they practise their no limits motto “we do anything, anytime, anywhere.”
- ‘UNFORGOTTEN’ – SEASON 4
- ‘IS ANYBODY THERE?’ – FILM
- ‘HIGHLAND VET’ – SEASON 3
- ‘FATHER BROWN’ – SEASON 10, NEW AND EXCLUSIVE TO BRITBOX, EXCLUSIVE BOXSET (GENRE: DRAMA, MYSTERY)
BritBox is the only place to watch all seasons in Australia. Set in the 1950s, Mark Williams (Harry Potter, Shakespeare in Love) is back as Father Brown with John Burton(Coronation Street) as Sergeant Goodfellow, solving baffling murders and crimes around the sleepy fictional village of Kembleford, located in Gloucestershire in the Cotswolds.
- ‘DAVID BRENT: LIFE ON THE ROAD’ – FILM
- ‘THE CLEANER’ – SEASON 2, NEW AND EXCLUSIVE TO BRITBOX, AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE (GENRE: COMEDY)
Greg Davies returns as a comedic crime scene cleaner. Following the huge success of the first season launched in 2022, The Cleaner is back for a second season of dark comedy and celebrity guest appearances. BAFTA award winner Greg Davies (Inbetweeners, Taskmaster) plays Paul ‘Wicky’ Wickstead, a chatty crime scene cleaning technician. In his job, he encounters the most unusual characters, from people who knew the victims to the occasional murderer returning to the scene of crime.
The hilarious crime comedy is based on the multi-award-winning German cult hit Der Tatortreiniger. The first season saw guest appearances from Helena Bonham Carter (Fight Club, Sweeney Todd, Les Miserables) ,and David Mitchell (Peep Show, Ambassadors).
- ‘AN INSPECTOR CALLS’ – MOVIE