Silk coming to PBS Mystery

While those of us in the UK are eagerly awaiting the start of Whitechapel Series 4 in the UK,  fans in the US can look forward to the debut of Silk Series 1 which begins on 25 August on PBS Mystery at 9pm ET.     It’s a new show about a legal process with which many Americans are unfamiliar and it hasn’t had much publicity yet.  The PBS Mystery forum on Television without Pity seems a little bemused by it too.  So US fans, please tell your friends and spread the word.

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The Silk Series 1 DVD for region 1 will also be on sale on 12 November 2013 with a new cover shot.

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6 Responses to Silk coming to PBS Mystery

  1. katie70 says:

    I can’t wait to see “Silk” finally next Sunday night. Seems like forever since I knew about Rupert being in this show.

    • rpjfans says:

      I hope you enjoyed it

      • katie70 says:

        Last night was great. It has been a long wait, but so happy to finally get to see Silk. Two more Sundays to go and they will go fast. Hoping that we will get to see the new Whitechapel on BBCA sometime soon.

      • rpjfans says:

        There is a second series of Silk, so you may get that on PBS too. Fingers crossed for an early Whitechapel 4 on BBCA. They showed series 3 soon after it ended in UK, iirc.

      • katie70 says:

        I would think that if we get to see the next Silk on PBS it will be next year. I think it was about this time last year that you let us know that Silk was to be on PBS. That was great last year that we got to see Whitechapel soon after it aired in the UK. Hopefully the same this year.

        Since I only watch British TV shows on PBS and BBCA it is great to see them soon after the UK airing. I don’t watch US TV shows and been watching British shows for 16 years and did watch some before that, but didn’t have a TV so that was at my inlaws.

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