‘RDXI’ & ‘RDXII’ – What we know so far…

To those who are still having difficulty handling the notion that it was right at two years between new Sherlock episodes, try being a long-time Red Dwarf fan in recent years! As so very eloquently pointed out on the official RD website, reddwarf.co.uk, it was three years, three months and ten days between the 19th June 2012, the date when post-production of […]

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It’s a James Norton fest with both Happy Valley AND Grantchester set to return!

It doesn’t get any better than this. Not only is the second series of Grantchester set for a Sunday, March 27 return to PBS, Happy Valley is back beginning this Tuesday on BBC One. According to Happy Valley creator/writer, BAFTA-winning screenwriter Sally Wainwright who also created and penned Last Tango in Halifax and Scott and Bailey, series 2 will delve much deeper into the […]

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Downton Abbey cast discuss the ‘bloody good’ dinner party scene

While I do feel obligated to label this with the customary ***Spoiler Alert*** heading, I think now that it has been almost a full week since last Sunday’s shocking turn of events on Downton Abbey we are safe to discuss amongst ourselves the events of Sunday, January 31, 2016. As social media will more than attest, the […]

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Remembering Eddie the Eagle – Calgary 1988

Having grown up where it rarely snowed, I was never a big fan of the Winter Olympics solely due to the fact I had nothing to relate to. It wasn’t until 1988 when British skier, Eddie “the Eagle” Edwards, as he came to be known, became the first competitor to represent Great Britain in Olympic ski jumping that snow or […]

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The real stars of ‘Downton Abbey’ behind the camera

Well, after last night’s episode of Downton Abbey, you definitely can’t say that dinner with the Crawleys isn’t interesting. If it’s not Robert throwing Sarah Bunting, the local schoolteacher, out of Downton or the Dowager Countess and Isobel Crawley going at it over the fate of the local hospital it’s, well, if you haven’t seen last […]

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Mark your calendars, ‘Sherlock’-Nation, for January 2017…-ish

Timing is everything these days. Following the announcement earlier this week that Wolf Hall will probably not return to the small screen for two years makes the recent Sherlock news coming out of the 2016 TCA Press Tour seem pretty palatable. PBS president Paula Kerger had some good news/bad news, albeit exciting news, for Sherlock fans at the […]

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‘Doctor Who’ gets the ‘Red Dwarf’ treatment

While fans have longed for a Doctor Who-Sherlock crossover, Steven Moffat, the current showrunner of both, has pretty much put an end to that possibility on an hourly basis for the past several years. Any thoughts of the TARDIS landing on the doorstep of 221b Baker Street must live in the alternate mind palace world of Wholock fan […]

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