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BritBox June 2023 Schedule Announced

BBC Studios and ITV have announced the BritBox June 2023 titles, which include everything from new BritBox Originals to classic British fare. BritBox is a digital video subscription service offering the largest collection of British TV in the U.S. and Canada.

The BritBox June 2023 schedule includes Father Brown, which returns for its tenth anniversary season with new characters alongside fan-favorite friends of the famous sleuthing priest.

BritBox June 2023 Schedule Announced

The BritBox June 2023 slate also features all five seasons of Love/Hate. The drama, exploring the organized crime scene in Dublin, stars Robert Sheehan (The Umbrella Academy), Aiden Gillen (Game of Thrones), and Ruth Negga (Loving).

For something a bit lighter, watch Ted Lasso‘s Brett Goldstein alongside the man, the myth, the legend — David Hasselhoff — in Hoff the Record, a comedic take on the Baywatch actor’s life as he moves to the UK to jumpstart his career.

BritBox June 2023

BritBox is available for $7.99 per month or $79.99 per year — after an introductory free trial period — on Roku, Amazon Fire TV stick, Apple TV 4th Gen, Samsung, LG and all iOS and Android devices, AirPlay, Chromecast, and online at

BritBox is also available on Amazon Channels for Prime members and on Apple TV Channels on supported devices.

BritBox June 2023

Created by two British content powerhouses — BBC Studios, the subsidiary arm of the BBC, and ITV, the UK’s biggest commercial broadcaster — the service features iconic favorites, exclusive premieres, and current series and soaps – most available within 24 hours after their UK premiere.

BritBox also offers expert curation and playlists that enable fans to easily find programs they know and discover new favorites via the web, mobile, tablet and connected TVs.

BritBox June 2023



Love/Hate S1-3| BritBox Exclusive, New to BritBox | S1: 4 x 60’, S2: 6 x 60’, S3: 6 x 60’ | All at Once
Love/Hate S4&5 | North American Premiere, BritBox Exclusive, New to BritBox | 6 x 60’, 6 x 60’| All at Once

Dublin’s criminal underworld is filled with organized crime, drug addiction, squalor and violence that has erupted in post-boom Ireland.

Returning to Dublin is Darren Treacy (Robert Sheehan, The Umbrella Academy), who had been spending time in Spain while trying to avoid Ireland’s Garda, which wanted him for gun possession.

When Darren’s brother and former gang mate, Robbie (Chris Newman, Red Rock), is shot in a drive-by shooting outside Cloverhill Prison, it sets off catastrophic events that spark tension between rival gangs. The Dublin community then must live with the consequences of the ensuing gang war.


Father Brown S10 | North American Premiere, BritBox Exclusive | 10 x 50’ | 2 x Weekly
The year is now 1954 and the sleepy Cotswold village of Kembleford sees new faces join Father Brown (Mark Williams, Harry Potter)’s team of sleuths.

The dashing Chief Inspector Sullivan (Tom Chambers, Holby City) is back and proves a pleasant distraction for Mrs. Devine (Claudie Blakey, Pride & Prejudice), Father Brown’s lively new Parish Secretary, while plucky new housekeeper Brenda (Ruby-May Martinwood, Taboo) helps the priest’s crime solving.

With royal visits, kidnappings and notorious gangsters to contend with, Father Brown also faces his old adversary Flambeau (John Light, North & South) who returns to Kembleford after being accused of murder.

Father Brown risks his own life to prove his innocence – but is his faith in Flambeau misplaced?


The Great Train Robbery (2013) | New to BritBox |2 x 90’ | All at Once
This two-part series tells the story of the real-life event in 1963 — known as the Great Train Robbery — in which a gang of 15 robbers, led by mastermind Bruce Reynolds, attacked a train and got away with more than £2.6 million.

Part one tells the story from the robbers’ point of view, detailing how the robbery was inspired, planned, rehearsed and executed.

Part two takes a look at the police investigation into the robbery, led by London DCS Tommy Butler, as the team of detectives try to identify every criminal involved in the crime and bring them to justice before they flee England.

Starring Luke Evans (The Pembrokeshire Murders), Jim Broadbent (Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?), and Jack Roth (Bohemian Rhapsody).


Hoff the Record | New to BritBox | S1 6 x 30’, S2 6 x 30’ | All at Once
This semi-improvised comedy sees actor David Hasselhoff play a fictionalized version of himself — complete with previously unknown German son and an oddball entourage — as he arrives in the UK to try and reignite his career.

Shot in documentary style and made by the award-winning team behind An Idiot Abroad and The Moaning of Life, this hilarious series follows the fictionalized Hasselhoff, 30 years after he rose to fame with global hits Knight Rider and Baywatch.