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Response to Merlot (Reply #2)

Mon Jul 1, 2013, 01:01 AM

4. If you're out of British series, there are other sources:

1. Acorn TV: It costs about $30 a year, and while many of the series have been on PBS, others are completely new to American audiences. They also show some fine Canadian, Irish, and Australian series.

2. Hulu Plus: They've been getting foreign series of all kinds.

3. MHz Worldview shows mostly continental European series, but some of them are quite good.

I also recommend getting a region-free DVD player (available online for only $20 more than a regular one) so that you can order DVDs from Amazon UK. Many fine series were shown only briefly on U.S. cable (e.g. Dalziel and Pascoe, Silent Witness, Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes) and others have never been here. If you want complete sets of older series like Morse or Prime Suspect, this is the bargain place to buy them.

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