Silver Spring, MD – Going behind the scenes of the iconic department store, Acorn TV features the U.S. Premiere of Liberty of London, Series 1 & 2, narrated by Hayley Atwell (Agent Carter, Captain America movies), on Monday, February 8, 2016. . Founded in 1875, Liberty has an historic reputation as a purveyor of posh, extravagant, and eccentric wares. This fascinating series offers a revealing look at the staff, customers, and would-be designers who make Liberty a London landmark. With unprecedented access to the store, its staff and its customers, Liberty of London tells the everyday extraordinary stories of life within one of London's oldest department stores, following the race to get the Christmas shop open on time, via fashion weeks in London and Paris, VIP customer and celebrity visits, and the daily rituals at the heart of the store. For the first time, U.S. audiences can watch the complete Series 1 (3 episodes) and Series 2 (4 episodes), which will be available simultaneously on Feb. 8th. Available at Acorn.TV and on a variety of devices, Acorn TV is the premier streaming service for world class television from Britain and beyond from RLJ Entertainment (NASDAQ: RLJE).
Take a look behind the doors of Liberty, the luxurious London department store steeped in history and heritage. Go shopping with familiar faces and meet some new ones along the way. Travel with Managing Director Ed Burstell as he returns to his hometown for New York Fashion Week and go behind this glamorous world. Experience the best of British Open Call weekend where designer hopefuls pitch their products to Liberty's industry experts, hoping for a space on the shelves. And experience Christmas like no other place on the high street. New fabrics, new fashions and new faces - everyone comes with a story and a dream and leaves with an experience.
Most recently, Acorn TV has featured the U.S. Premieres of Martin Clunes in Doc Martin, Series 7, ITV thriller Black Work, HBO Europe’s Umbre, BBC’s Mayday, New Zealand detective series The Brokenwood Mysteries, Series 2, tech series Gadget Man, Series 1-4, The Trials of Jimmy Rose starring Ray Winstone, Aussie period drama A Place to Call Home, Season 3, BBC’s Prisoners’ Wives, British supernatural thriller Midwinter of the Spirit (Jan. 11), Irish Western Dominion Creek (Jan. 11), Canadian cop drama 19-2 (Jan. 18), New Zealand dramady Nothing Trivial (Feb . 1), Liberty of London (Feb. 8), award-winning Italian film The Viceroys (Feb. 15), and Suspects, Series 1 & 2 (Feb. 22).
About Acorn TV: Given the limited broadcast options for U.S. viewers to watch first rate international programs, Acorn TV offers U.S. fans the opportunity to not only stream many of their favorite series but, more importantly, discover new and classic programs previously unavailable to U.S. audiences. Acorn TV adds new programs every week and features a deep library of mysteries, dramas, documentaries, and comedies with no set end dates. Acorn TV offers a free 30-day trial and thereafter is just $4.99/month or $49.99/year. To watch Acorn TV’s upcoming premieres, please register at the press watch site: http://press.rlje.net