What had been rumored for some time, is now official. Jodie Whittaker is leaving Doctor Who, with showrunner Chris Chibnall also set to depart the series in 2022. Doctor #13 and series showrunner will both bow out following a six-part series (set to air later in 2021), two specials (already planned for 2022), plus one final feature-length adventure for […]
Last Night in Soho, the long-awaited psychological thriller from Edgar Wright, is one step closer to hitting the big screen this Fall. Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World’s End, Baby Driver), who directed Last Night in Soho, c0-penned the script with Penny Dreadful writer, Krysty Wilson-Cairns. Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit) stars as Eloise, a young […]
Starring Lauren Lee Smith as Frankie Drake, Chantel Riley as Trudy Clarke, Rebecca Liddiard as Toronto Police Morality Officer Mary Shaw and Sharron Matthews as, perhaps, the most enthusiastic morgue attendant ever, Flo Chakowitz, Frankie Drake Mysteries is set in 1920s Toronto and follows the city’s only female private detectives as they take on the cases the police don’t want to touch. Sadly, it appears the ladies of Frankie Drake Mysteries have solved their last crime on the streets of Toronto when series 4 comes to an end.
As companions Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole (Graham and Ryan) turned in their keys to the TARDIS during the recent New Year’s Day episode “Revolution of the Daleks”, it was revealed in a post-program teaser that the TARDIS team is getting some new blood – Liverpool-born comedian and actor John Bishop, who will be joining the […]
What better way to celebrate John Cleese’s 81st birthday, belated or otherwise, than with a look back at, perhaps, the two most classic clips from the greatest British comedy of all time, Fawlty Towers.
Given the fact that you have Jodie Whittaker all decked out in a tuxedo introducing herself as “The name’s Doctor…The Doctor”, the return of series 12 of Doctor Who appears to be a James Bond-inspired story complete with the brilliant Stephen Fry’s M equivalent telling his new friends, “the security of this entire planet is at stake.”
Based on H. G. Wells’ science fiction novel of the same name, the BBC Four film ‘The First Men in the Moon’ tells the story of Julius Bedford (Rory Kinnear), who as a young man meets Professor Arthur Cavor (Mark Gatiss). Together, they travel to the moon and discover a terrifying secret deep beneath its seemingly-barren surface — in 1909.