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No, that wasn’t a tremor you felt yesterday (July 24), Southern California, although its impact seemed like a seismic event. Despite his sizable fanbase amongst attendees, Benedict Cumberbatch had never himself graced San Diego …
It’s that time of year again: time to brave the California sun in our best cosplay and head to San Diego Comic-Con. And there’s enough going on at the 2014 convention to fill a TARDIS and a dozen Millennium Falcons.
It’s here! During halftime of the Germany-Argentina World Cup final, BBC ONE in the U.K.
Cheer up, Clone Club. There’s plenty for BBC AMERICA enthusiasts to celebrate in the 2014 Emmy nominations, which were announced this morning (July 10) in Los Angeles, CA.
We’re endlessly fascinated with Britain and its myriad of native accents: you can drive 50 miles in one direction and not be able to understand what people are saying. Enter Siobhan Thompson, who, in the latest episode of our …
Is Nessie dead? No one knows for sure.
From Jeremy Brett‘s mercurial depressive to Benedict Cumberbatch‘s high-functioning sociopath, we’ve seen many different takes on Arthur Conan Doyle‘s brilliant but complicated sleuth. But did you know that …