• ‘Doctor Who’ gets a new Dad in Broadchurch’s Chris Chibnall

    ‘Doctor Who’ gets a new Dad in Broadchurch’s Chris Chibnall

    After six series at the helm, current Doctor Who headwriter and showrunner, Steven Moffat, has decided that the time has come to hand over the keys to the TARDIS. At the conclusion of  the next series of programs, which is set to begin with a 2016 Christmas special and then conclude with a final 12-part series beginning in spring […]

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  • Ridley Scott rumored to direct big screen treatment of ‘The Prisoner’!

    Ridley Scott rumored to direct big screen treatment of ‘The Prisoner’!

    The Prisoner, the most mentally-brilliant television series on Planet Earth, could be headed for a feature film version of the 1960s British TV classic. According to Deadline Hollywood, Ridley Scott (Alien, Prometheus, Blade Runner, The Martian) is ‘in negotiations’ to direct the forthcoming big screen adaptation. Scott is set to begin work on Alien: Covenant in the not-too-distant future […]

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  • ‘Doctor Who’ returns to teatime this Christmas on BBC1

    ‘Doctor Who’ returns to teatime this Christmas on BBC1

    Even though we have come to the end of the current series of Doctor Who, there will finally a bit of joy in Who-ville this holiday season as Doctor Who will air in a traditional teatime slot this Christmas, transmitting on BBC1 at 5:15pm on Christmas Day. The current ninth series run of the sci-fi series […]

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  • Spend Christmas with The Doctor and River Song…at the Cinema!

    Spend Christmas with The Doctor and River Song…at the Cinema!

    Even though we are still right at six weeks from Christmas, it already seems like it’s here with the brilliant telly news coming out of the UK this week. First the announcement came that the long-awaited Sherlock special, “The Abominable Bride” would be released in the cinema following the New Year’s broadcast on BBC1 and PBS. Now […]

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  • ‘Victor Frankenstein’,  ‘Sherlock’-style

    ‘Victor Frankenstein’, ‘Sherlock’-style

    Victor Frankenstein is definitely not your father’s Frankenstein. Neither is it Mel Brooks’ nor Danny Boyle’s Frankenstein. For some, this won’t be Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein either. Told from Igor’s perspective, Victor Frankenstein begins with the troubled young assistant’s dark origins through his life-saving friendship with the young medical student Victor Von Frankenstein, played by James McAvoy (State of […]

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  • What’s next for Lily James and Matt Smith after ‘Downton Abbey’ & ‘Doctor Who’? Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, of course!

    What’s next for Lily James and Matt Smith after ‘Downton Abbey’ & ‘Doctor Who’? Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, of course!

    With heavy emphasis on the word loosely, Seth Grahame-Smith’s 2009 novel, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, is ‘loosely’ based on the Jane Austen novel of almost but quite the same name. For PP&Z, it seems as though Pemberley has come under attack from the undead. Fortunately, for all, the Bennetts knew karate. The big screen version, due to […]

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  • T-minus 28 days and counting to Doctor Who 9!

    T-minus 28 days and counting to Doctor Who 9!

    With just under 28 days until the Saturday, 19 September Doctor Who season 9 opening two-parter, “The Magician’s Apprentice“ and “The Witch’s Familiar“, have their premiere on BBC1/BBC America, there is much to fan the Internet flames of speculation as to where current showrunner, Steven Moffat, will take us this year. While it’s no secret that both Missy and […]

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