BBC to hold John Cleese’s sunset up for a 2nd series

Earlier this year, UK audiences welcomed back John Cleese in Hold the Sunset. While it had been 43 years since the comic genius last appeared in a BBC sitcom, his last one, Fawlty Towers, didn’t do too bad for itself given it will forever be recognized as perhaps the best sitcom of all-time. For those expecting to see […]

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Meet “Little Women’s” Angela Lansbury

While most of America knows Dame Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher, the Cabot Cove, Maine mystery writer/amateur detective in Murder She Wrote, it’s her performance in the forthcoming PBS Masterpiece adaptation of Little Women that will introduce a whole new generation to the brilliance of the theatre, television and film legend with her portrayal of the formidable matriarch […]

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Arkwright’s to remain open as BBC confirms 5th series

Some 45 years after Sir David Jason first set foot into Arkwright’s convenience store, Still Open All Hours has been commissioned for a 5th series which will air later this year on BBC One. Jason will return in the role of Granville who inherited the shop from the miserly Arkwright, played by Ronnie Barker. Granville was […]

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Danny John-Jules departs ‘Death in Paradise’ as S8 filming begins.

After 7 series and 62 solved murders, four suicides, an accidental death and an unfortunate poisoned cat named Opal, Officer Dwayne Myers, played by Danny John-Jules, is turning in his badge and will be leaving the island of Saint Marie before filming begins on series 8. Considered the most murderous place in the world as […]

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BBC/PBS is your invitation to the Royal Wedding on May 19! Get ready beginning May 14 with 5-night ‘Royal Wedding Watch’!

Attention, Anglophiles! The ‘wedding of the year’ is nearly upon us! Before you blindly mark your calendars for just Saturday, 19 May, the BBC and PBS are primed and ready to get you geared up for this global event with Royal Wedding Watch, a 5-part nightly series beginning May 14 at 10pET/9pCT. Coverage will then culminate in […]

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New showrunner, new Doctor, new companions and, now, a new logo all ahead for ‘Doctor Who XI’

When current Doctor Who showrunner, Steven Moffat, made the decision to step down following the 2017 Christmas special, longtime fans of the series knew there was a good possibility this would mean some major changes were on the horizon for the longest running science fiction series in history. New showrunner, Broadchurch‘s Chris Chibnall, takes over the reins […]

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As ‘Red Dwarf’ turns 30, cast and crew look ahead to RDXIII

It’s a bit hard to grasp but Thursday marked the 30th anniversary! of Red Dwarf’s broadcast premiere on Monday, 15 February, 1988 at 9p on BBC2! Coincidently, the competition that fateful night looked a bit similar to today’s TV schedule as the premiere broadcast of the first ever episode of Red Dwarf was sandwiched in the middle of the BBC’s XV […]

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BBC’s proposed Victorian-age ‘War of the Worlds’ surfaces again

News has once again surfaced from the BBC that a proposed 3-part series based on H.G. Wells’ classic science fiction novel, War of the Worlds, was being developed. The ultra-intriguing adaptation was first announced in 2015 and then again last May. Even though the most recent effort was scheduled to begin filming in ‘early 2018’, let’s […]

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