Acorn TV has acquired exclusive North American rights to British drama “Deadwater Fell,” which launched on Channel 4 last week.
The four-part drama premiered strongly on Channel 4, scoring 2.6 million overnight viewers and a 14.7% share.
The series will make its U.S. premiere in April on streaming service Acorn TV, which is owned by AMC Networks and specialises in British and international television.
Tennant stars as a Scottish doctor whose wife and three young children are murdered in a fire, with mistrust and suspicion tearing apart a small Scottish community.
Don Klees, senior VP of programming for Acorn TV at AMC Networks, said: “Featuring an incredible ensemble cast led by David Tennant and Cush Jumbo, ‘Deadwater Fell’ is an excellent addition to our Acorn TV Original lineup with its beautiful Scottish setting and a gripping script that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats as new revelations arise.”