Hugh Laurie channels his 'inner-model'

In trying to leave politics out of it from the endorsement of cosmetics vs. a support of a ban on cosmetic testing discussion, this is just a really funny clip that you would least expect to see from the likes of Dr. Gregory House, Bertie Wooster or Prince George. As Laurie recently told the The Belfast […]

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Hugh Laurie brings passion for the Blues to PBS

The great Hugh Laurie will transform PBS into a house of blues this Fall when his life-long passion for traditional blues music collides with the small screen, Friday, September 30, as part of the long-running series, Great Performances on PBS stations nationwide. In the one-hour program, Laurie leaves the world of Bertie Wooster, Prince George […]

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Hugh Laurie has the Blues "Down by the River"

Ok, fine, we all know he’s the highest paid actor on U.S. television, but it’s still going to be a busy week for the brilliance that is Hugh Laurie. Not only will his debut CD, “Let Them Talk”, be released today in the UK, but this coming Sunday, 15 May, ITV in the UK will […]

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The Blackadder Five – Could it Be?… or, Let it Be?

10 reasons why a Blackadder return makes sense Already one of the most classic British comedies of all-time, a Blackadder V return would be an instant audience hit after finishing second in the Britain’s Best Sitcom balloting several years ago. Principle actors have, for some time, expressed interest in being a part of a Blackadder […]

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The Blues are definitely in the "House" for Hugh Laurie

Much like the great Steve Martin who has established himself over the years as a brilliant comedian, actor and writer of best selling novels who is now preserving the history of American bluegrass music, Hugh Laurie is getting ready to add his own love of blues music to a long, long list of career brilliance as […]

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Blackadder Christmas Carol – Dickens at his finest?

If you’re a fan of British comedy at any level, you are keenly aware that the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas Carol that’s set for Christmas day broadcast in both the UK and the US is not the first adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale that has a British comedy twist. Perhaps the best, and maybe […]

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Fry and Laurie Reunited – tonight on UKTV Gold

Nothing to do Wednesday night, 24 November? Fear not. You do now if you happen to be one of our very fortunate readers that live in the UK. 9:00p tonight on UKTV Gold, the 90 minutes we’ve all been waiting for for some time — Fry and Laurie Reunited. It was a mere 30 years […]

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Doc Martin makes North Texas house call

While I’ve never heard this “officially” anywhere and I’m guessing there’s a reason for this, I can’t help but watch Doc Martin and not think of Dr. Gregory House, the unconventional and extremely grumpy genius doctor on “another network”. The program has aired for some time on a number of public television stations around the […]

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Stephen Fry's wit next up on the Tellyspotting Summer Book Club list

This just in from the weather center. Next Wednesday, we could see only double-digit temperatures. Okay, the high is supposed to be 98 degrees, but that’s still double digits. With the cold front not expected to hit until sometime early Wednesday morning, there’s still time for some more summer reading. Hopefully, you had a chance […]

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