Doctor Strange/Sherlock/Smaug/Khan to host SNL on November 5

I can remember a time when Saturday Night Live was so good, you didn’t go out until it ended. Those were the days of Gilda Radner, Jane Curtin, Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, John Belushi, Laraine Newman and Garrett Morris. Fast forward to the 90s and the days of Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, Chris Farley and […]

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‘Sherlock’ + ‘Supernatural’ + ‘Doctor Who’ = ‘Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency’

From the producers of The Walking Dead (that should tell you something right there), Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency is a comedic thriller that follows the bizarre adventures of eccentric “holistic” detective Dirk Gently, played by Samuel Barnett (Twenty Twelve, Penny Dreadful) and his reluctant assistant Todd, played by Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings). Overall, Gently is […]

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Could ‘Sherlock’ be solving his last case?

Much like Downton Abbey with its endless rumors of their doors getting ready to close after each series, Sherlock has now reached internet immortality to where speculation runs rampant by dissecting each and every spoken word about the series trying to figure out the hidden meaning. With DA, it was not only about the possible end times but with […]

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BBC confirms first two ‘Sherlock 4’ titles but still no broadcast date

The BBC has confirmed the first two titles for the forthcoming 4th series of Sherlock. Sadly, no official airdate has been confirmed as of yet but we are getting close enough to where bits of information are starting to be leaked out in true Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss fashion. The co-creators/writers of Sherlock seem to have a knack […]

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The beauty of ‘Sherlock’ is all in the framing

Today’s word of the day from Radio Times and the world’s consulting detective is symmetry. It’s a tricky word, boys and girls, when it comes to film and television. For directors, symmetry can be beautiful and dangerous at the same time. On the dangerous side, when composing shots, too many symmetrical scenes can feel staged and, therefore, […]

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British flag flies high, once again, at the Emmys

While a majority of Planet Earth is still saddened by the fact that Downton Abbey closed its doors after six brilliant series this past year, one has to wonder if much of the television industry is secretly a bit happier to see it shutter, especially after last night’s Emmy Awards. In addition to receiving awards for hair […]

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‘Poldark Revealed’ goes BTS Sunday ahead of ‘Poldark’ S2 premiere on PBS next week

As Poldark fans in the States ready themselves for the September 25 second season return, PBS has a little behind-the-scenes gift coming your way in Poldark Revealed airing this Sunday from 9:00pET/8:00CT. New to the table Poldark fans might think the overarching debate centers around whether or not Aidan Turner will remove his shirt again this year but the […]

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The Baker Street Boys are back with first pic from Sherlock 4!

When the first official trailer arrived recently for the forthcoming series of Sherlock, it was abundantly clear that it isn’t a game any longer…for Sherlock and John, for the fans of the series and, definitely, not for co-creators/writers, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. Judging from the trailer and, now, from the first official picture released from […]

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Spot on parody cures our ‘Sherlock’ separation anxiety…almost.

What better way to suppress a bit of Sherlock separation anxiety than a brilliant Sherlock parody from the mind palaces over at the Hillywood Show. While there have been numerous parodies over the past several years, this particular one from Hilly & Hannah Hindi includes fan favorite moments from actual Sherlock episodes. The comedy duo traveled to London to film in actual Sherlock […]

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Classic ‘lost’ sitcoms become part of BBC tribute to comedy

There has been quite a bit of chatter the last several weeks about the one-off reboots of Are You Being Served, Keeping Up Appearances, Porridge and Goodnight Sweetheart as part of the forthcoming Landmark Sitcom Season on the BBC. While both the AYBS one-off, which takes the staff of Grace Brothers Department Store and places them in the late 80s, […]

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