Amazon.com is offering subscriptions to Starz and other US premium cable channels, and currently has them available for a month's free trial together with Amazon Prime. While the videos themselves can only be watched from a US location, they do work using VPNs etc, and I was able to start my free trial from the UK, and with my UK login. So, if you would like to watch all of Da Vinci's Demons season 3 legally, and don't currently have access to Starz or FOX Channels, take advantage of a whole month of Starz for free.
Fans of Monroe can now binge watch both series on HULU. It seems that they may also be free to watch (in UK anyway). ITV continues to rebroadcast both series frequently on ITV Encore - according to SKY, Monroe is one of the more popular catch-up series available! However you manage to watch Monroe, enjoy Tom's lovely performances as Shepherd.
Radio Times has an online poll to see which recently cancelled, quality TV series, fans would like to see brought back. As any Tom Riley fan who has watched series 1 and 2 will know, Monroe was a wonderful show, brilliantly written, with an outstanding cast (including Tom of course).
Sadly, a huge mistake was made by programme planners for series 2, and it lost out badly in the ratings against another show reaching the same viewer demographic. A lack of promotion, and promotional material for series 2 was also a hinderance.
Never the less, ITV has been rebroadcasting both series on its Encore channel recently, and it would be brilliant if fans could let the people who make decisions, know of the interest in another series.
Monroe (starring James Nesbitt, Sarah Parish, Tom Riley, Neil Pearson)
Great news for US fans! As from September 1st, Acorn TV will be streaming series 2 of Monroe, and also Lost In Austen! Acorn TV already has Tom's episodes of Monroe series 1, Poirot: Appointment With Death, and Marple: Ordeal by Innocence. A bargain for $4.99 per month.
A recent TV Guide magazine featured an article on Poirot's guest stars, and included this snippet about Tom's role.