Shaun Evans returns for 4th series of ‘Endeavour’ beginning on Sunday, Aug 20 on PBS

Life continues to only get better and better if you are an Endeavour fan. Unlike Downton Abbey, Crimson Field, Home Fires, Lewis, Wallander, Mr Selfridge and Indian Summers where there will be no more episodes produced, Endeavour just keeps chugging along like ‘the little engine that could’ with the fourth series returning to PBS’ Masterpiece beginning Sunday, August 20. The fourth series of the Oxford-set Inspector Morse prequel series […]

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Expect a few familiar faces when ‘Prime Suspect: Tennison’ premieres this Sunday on PBS

Prime Suspect: Tennison, the long-awaited prequel to the brilliant, early 90s series, Prime Suspect, that starred Dame Helen Mirren as DCI Jane Tennison and based on writer Lynda La Plante’s book, “Tennison”, premieres on PBS on this Sunday as part of the Masterpiece series. Prime Suspect: Tennison, stars Stefanie Martini as a young Jane Tennison and will showcase her early days on […]

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‘Sherlock’ team set to sink their teeth into ‘Dracula’

Dracula is getting the Sherlock treatment, with the writers and producers of the hit BBC detective series reuniting for a new take on the 1897 Bram Stoker vampire classic. Sherlock co-creators/writers Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat will write the series with, Sue Vertue’s Hartswood Films producing. Verture, Moffat’s wife, served as producer for the brilliant Sherlock franchise. Much like the Sherlock concept […]

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AbFab’s June Whitfield tops 2017 list of The Queen’s Birthday Honour

Unfortunately, art doesn’t always imitate life. With June Whitfield being made a Dame at this years Queen’s Birthday Honor list, I might pay good money to see Jennifer Saunders’ Edina Monsoon have to address her sarcastic and thieving mother as ‘Dame’ in a new episode of Absolutely Fabulous. Marking 100 years of the Order of the British […]

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PBS’ Drama Sunday kicks into high gear tonight with the premiere of My Mother and Other Strangers and the return of Grantchester

While much of Grantchester-Nation has already circled today on the calendar signaling the return of series 3 starring James Norton and Robson Green, you may want to think about heading over to your local PBS station an hour early (8pET/7pCT) for the premiere of My Mother and Other Strangers, the newest Drama Sunday member of the brilliant PBS Masterpiece line-up. Set in Northern […]

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Poldark’s Heida Reed is packing her bags and heading to LA (no, she’s not leaving the series)

Heida Reed, Capt Ross Poldark’s on-again, off-again, on-again love interest in the hit BBC1/PBS series, Poldark, has begun packing her bags preparing for a move to Los Angeles in the not-too-distant future, trading in the Cornish coast for the California coast. One thing is definitely clear, she is not leaving the series but, according to Reed, […]

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Red Dwarf & Death in Paradise’s Danny John-Jules lends his ‘talents’ to The Real Full Monty

Wednesday night, almost two decades after The Full Monty was first released in cinemas, The Real Full Monty, a 90-minute documentary to both mark the anniversary of the classic movie and raise awareness of men’s cancers aired on ITV. Britain’s Got Talent lead dancer and choreographer, Ashley Banjo, joined forces with Alexander Armstrong (1/2 of the great […]

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Michael Palin donates personal archive to British Library retaining title of ‘Britain’s Nicest Man’

For someone that has had an asteroid named after them (Asteroid 9621 Michaelpalin), has not one, but two high-speed Virgin trains named after him in honor of his achievements as a traveler, is past President of the Royal Geographical Society and has been ‘unofficially’ referred to over the years as “Britain’s Nicest Man”, Michael Palin […]

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