Go behind-the-scenes with a ‘Supermarionation’ Endeavour

The second episode of the sixth series of ITV’s hit detective drama, Endeavour, sees Morse investigating a murder with links to a film studio that bears a strong resemblance to the one once operated by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson in the 1960s. The story is set in July 1969 against the optimism and excitement of […]

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Legendary Herman’s Hermits frontman, Peter Noone, talks music, the 60s and about ‘having fun’.

Over 60 million recordings sold, 14 gold singles and seven gold albums later, the legendary (and, absolutely delightful) Peter Noone lands in North Texas Saturday night at the Arlington Music Hall. In advance of his performance, Tellyspotting had the great good fortune to sit down for a very enjoyable chat with the English singer-songwriter, guitarist, pianist and actor to talk music, the 60s and life in general.

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The cast of ‘Endeavour’ discuss Shaun Evans, the actor, as Shaun Evans, the Director

The second episode of the sixth series of ITV’s hit detective drama, Endeavour, saw Endeavour Morse investigating a murder with links to a film studio that bears a strong resemblance to the one once operated by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson in the 1960s. The cast of Endeavour divulge what it was like having series star, Shaun Evans direct an episode in series 6.

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Could it possibly be true that we haven’t see the last of ‘Foyle’s War’?

Rumor has it the war may not be over for Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle and his driver, Samantha. Foyle’s War, that is. The World War II detective drama, starring Michael Kitchen and Honeysuckle Weeks, ran from 2002 to 2007 and centered around DCI Foyle seeking justice for cases from war profiteering to murders. Some fairly significant fan pressure revived in 2010 but after eight series, ‘the war’ finally ended in 2015…or did it?

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Douglas Adams’ “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” headed for American re-make

Douglas Adams’ comedy sci-fi classic The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is headed for an American television remake. The brilliant British staple originated as a comedy radio series in 1978, became a hugely successful series of novels and, subsequently, a classic 6-part television series for BBC2 in 1981. According to Deadline, it will be developed for an American audience by Carlton Cuse (Lost, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Bates Motel, Locke & Key) and feature writer Jason Fuchs.

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