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Daleks: the greatest evil of all-time or misunderstood cyborg?

Unfortunately for William Hartnell and Matt Smith and all Doctors in-between, Daleks have been perceived (by themselves, mostly) as the supreme race in the universe with the sole purpose of universal domination and extermination. Their desire to purge the Universe of all non-Dalek life has solidified their place in Time Lord history as the all-time […]

Sue Johnston to trade the Royle’s for the Crawley’s in Downton Abbey 5

In a bit of a different role than viewers are used to seeing her in, Sue Johnston trades in her matriarch status in The Royle Family and Coronation Street for the role of Denker, lady’s maid to Dame Maggie Smith’s Violet, the Dowager Countess of Grantham, in the just-around-the-corner series 5 premiere of Downton Abbey. […]

Giant Dead Parrot invades London!

The dreaded giant Norwegian Blue has descended on London’s Potters Fields yesterday. The 50 foot fiberglass bird was hung upside down by a crane to mark the forthcoming final time the Monty Python band will get back together, Sunday 20 July at London’s O2 Arena and the subsequent UKTV Gold live simulcast. “We are all […]

Did you catch the ‘Doctor Who’ Easter-egg in ‘Sherlock’ credits?

Periodically, you run across things on the Internets that make you realize there are people who have jobs where they have more fun than the law allows. You are also so thankful for those individuals because of what they create. Such is the case with Sherlock co-creators/writers Mark Gatiss and current Doctor Who show runner, […]

New Doctor Who 8 trailer, Moffat hints at DW9 and DW: The World Tour news!

It’s shaping up to be a pretty insane weekend of greatness for Doctor Who fans worldwide and it’s only Sunday morning! First, came a double dose of greatness yesterday with the newest teaser trailer featuring the Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi, and companion Clara, played by Jenna Louise Colemen. With the trailer came the announcement that […]

June 29 is a Last Tango/Endeavour/Vicious kind of night on PBS

Saturday, 21 June, marked the ‘official’ beginning of Summer. The Summer Solstice. The longest day of the year if you reside in the Northern hemisphere. That may very well be, but every day this week will seem like the longest day of the year given what PBS has in store for fans of great British telly on Sunday.

PBS to re-open ‘The Paradise’ – Sunday, September 28

At long last, The Paradise is set for a series 2 return to PBS this Fall. While the doors have been closed since series 1 came to a close November 2013, fans of the BBC drama series have been wondering whether or not the second series would make its way to the US given it […]

Move over Nigel Tufnel, David Brent to film upcoming Foregone Conclusion mini-world tour

Taking a page out of the brilliant Rob Reiner film, Spinal Tap, and coming on the heels of his wildly successful Learn Guitar with David Brent series on YouTube, Ricky Gervais will soon hit the road to document his upcoming Foregone Conclusion tour The former head honcho of Slough paper firm Wernham Hogg told The […]

‘W1A’ to feature a post-2012 Olympics Hugh Bonneville heading to the BBC

As head of the 2012 Olympic Deliverance Commission, it’s pretty much a given that you will find yourself sacked after the London Olympics came to a close when Rowan Atkinson participated in the Closing Ceremonies. Fortunately, the now former head of the Commission has landed a new position as the BBC’s new Head of Values. […]

Anyone fancy a Sherlock Prom at Royal Albert Hall?

Not wanting to be the last one invited to the Doctor Who 50th anniversary party, the Royal Albert Hall decided to host to a very special evening of their own with a guest list to top all guest lists including Daleks, Cybermen, the Tardis and, of course, Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman. Being that it was […]

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