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PRE-ORDER NOTICE: This item is currently in pre-order status. We expect to receive copies back from the printer sometime towards the end of September - but with the delta variant sweeping the nation, please understand there could be minor supplier delays outside our control.
Have you ever spent an evening clicking through half a dozen streaming services looking for a good British TV show to watch - and still only finding the ones you've already seen?
Did you wish you had a simple, printed guide that told you exactly which shows were on which services - or which streaming service you needed for a specific show?
Or would you like to see a simple list of what's available on different services BEFORE you sign up?
Look no further.
We've tailored this streaming guide to the needs of the American British TV fan.
We've combed through 24 different streaming services to find the British TV shows they have on offer - then we pulled together descriptions, original air dates, and the occasional bit of trivia so you can find something to watch without giving yourself carpal tunnel syndrome via television remote.
Where possible, we've also gotten advance premiere details for British TV shows coming in the near future.
There are roughly 2200 different British TV shows available through the services covered in this guide, and we've also included:
A printed guide for streaming television shows? Won't it be out of date instantly?
Yes - but not too much. Unless you're doing this weekly, you simply can't make a guide that will be 100% accurate for long. Services are constantly changing their offerings, and occasionally, shows are pulled with very little notice.
Most of the streaming services provide us with some advance notice of premieres, so we've included future programming to the greatest extent possible. We've also checked for upcoming removals, and we omit those titles if they'll be gone by the time the guide gets back from the printer.
Luckily, most services change no more than 2-5% of their content from one month to the next. The overwhelming majority of the guide will remain accurate for months to come - and we've included space for you to write in new additions.
I bought the summer edition. Do I need this one?
We certainly won't talk you out of it - but it totally depends on your budget and how important it is to you to have all the latest details incorporated into the sections (as opposed to reading updates online and writing in your own notes).
Here's what's different in this edition:
Of course, when you consider that traditional TV guides last 1-2 weeks, it's not THAT crazy to treat yourself to a new edition on a quarterly basis.
Which streaming services are covered in the guide?
How long are the show descriptions?
Most descriptions are slightly longer than the average TV guide entry. With more than 2500 total entries, we try to offer a good idea of what the show's about while keeping the page count and font size reasonable. In addition to a basic plot summary, many also include details on notable stars or show-related trivia.
You can check out the photos we've posted above to see examples.
Do you ship to the US?
Yes! The British TV Streaming Guide is tailored to US viewers, printed in the US, and it ships from the US.
What is the shipping cost in the US?
Shipping for one guide starts around $4 in the US. Unfortunately, the USPS did a second rate hike this year, so it may be slightly more than on previous guides, depending on which option you select.
Would this guide be useful to someone outside the US?
Maybe, but not terribly so. Even if the listed services are available in your country, the exact offerings typically vary from one country to the next. If you ARE outside of the US and you want it, we recommend ordering via Amazon for better shipping rates.
Our Canadian guide is coming soon, but we ran into some issues on the summer edition that made it impossible to get out in time for the season.
Who did the artwork for the cover?
We licensed the cover image from a talented British artist called Tabitha Mary. It's set in Oxford (aka Inspector Morse central), and it's the view of Magdalen College and the River Cherwell from Addison's Walk. If you're ever in the area, you can take the walk yourself - it was said to be a favourite of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien.
What is the Streaming Guide + British TV Variety Puzzles option?
For a limited time, you can pick up a copy of the British TV Variety Puzzles book for just $6 more. Just select the drop-down option above the "add to cart" button and you'll be able to select the "Streaming Guide + British TV Variety Puzzles" option.
What if there's a problem with my order?
This is a small business with real, English-speaking human help - no automated chat bots or outsourced customer service. Just email us at email@example.com and we'll get you sorted.
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