British TV and Film

Unlimited Patron Access to the Best in British TV and Film

Acorn TV brings world-class mysteries, dramas, and comedies from Britain and beyond to library patrons through a streaming video service to any web-connected device.


Hailed as a “glorious streaming service … an essential must-have” by The Hollywood Reporter, Acorn TV streams world-class mysteries, dramas, and comedies from Britain and beyond, including a full slate of original and exclusive programming. With thousands of hours of commercial-free programming and new shows added weekly, there’s always something to watch!





80+ exclusive shows, including A Place to Call Home, The Brokenwood Mysteries, Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime, Detectorists, and Jack Irish.

See them first: Acorn TV streams the latest seasons of fan favorites like Doc Martin, Midsomer Murders, Inspector George Gently, Vera, Murdoch Mysteries, and more.

Acorn TV originals, including Loch Ness, Striking Out, Agatha Raisin, The Level, and more.



Enjoy Acorn TV’s curated collections.

Add shows to your personal watch list for later viewing.

Share your favorite shows and episodes. Our unique access model is the first of its kind in the library market and allows your patrons to binge watch all of their favorite shows weekly without breaking your budget.

All you need is an internet connection and a desktop or device to watch online. Acorn TV is currently available on laptops, desktops, and tablets via browser.


Featured Programs


Acceptable Risk              Decline and Fall
800 Words   Doc Martin



Critical Acclaim for Acorn TV

“An alternate universe of terrific British television.”—Los Angeles Times

“Well-written, beautifully acted and surprisingly compelling scripted television.”—The Hollywood Reporter

“It’s no mystery that Acorn TV has a growing audience.”—USA Today


Also included:

Free patron support
Free staff training
Complimentary marketing services
Free MARC record

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