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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Y’all know how I feel about North American versions of UK shows, but I wanted to take your pulse on the new remake of Being Human. The Canadian version of the series has been cast and is currently shooting in Montreal.
A couple of BBCA Facebook fans submitted questions about a possible Being Human crossover with Doctor Who, given writer Toby Whithouse‘s relationship with both shows. Whithouse tells io9 it’s extremely unlikely: “The ...
Cheryl Cole has taken her first post-malaria photos. (Well, actually, a paparazzo snapped the pics while she was at a Starbucks, but she doesn’t seem too pissed about it.
Doesn’t anybody remember laughter? Well, UK network Sky is bringing back the funny with a new comedy lineup that will feature Catherine Tate (Doctor Who, The Catherine Tate Show), Gavin & Stacey‘s Ruth Jones, Dawn ...
Klaxons were one of the most hyped bands to emerge from the UK in the past ten years. (That’s saying a lot for a decade that produced The Darkness.
BBC AMERICA founder and former CEO Paul Lee has been named president of ABC Entertainment Group, taking over from the much-maligned Steve McPherson, who has apparently resigned to go stomp some grapes. Lee had been president of ABC ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on July 27th, 2010
There seems to be a lot of whispering going on about Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch taking a big role on Doctor Who. The Sun is reporting that Cumberbatch actually turned down the Eleventh Doctor, the role that went to Matt ...
I’ve finally lost my Comic-Con virginity, and while the first time wasn’t exactly gentle, it was a memorable and quite pleasurable experience. This convention is five full days of sensory overload – it’s like ...
At Comic-Con, BBCAmerica.com chatted with BBC Worldwide’s Ben Milsom, who gave us a demo of the newly released Doctor Who video game, Doctor Who: The Adventure Games.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on July 24th, 2010
In the moments before the Being Human cast introduced the Comic-Con screening of the season premiere, Lenora Crichlow (Annie) took our Flip camera to make a brief home movie backstage! Take a look.