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The Kids of ‘Skins': Where Are They Now?

The U.K.’s raucous teen drama Skins — revolving around sex, drugs, hopes and disappointments — ended its seventh season in 2013.

‘Sherlock’s Una Stubbs: ‘You Just Feel Blimmin’ Lucky’

There’s a nice little interview at the Radio Times site with Sherlock‘s Una Stubbs—the veteran British actress and household name who plays the long-suffering Mrs. Hudson—about the filming of this year’s one-off …

WATCH: ‘Looking’s Russell Tovey Stars in ‘Banished’ TV Series Trailer

Being Human’s Russell Tovey made his way to the U.S. in 2013 to star in the HBO series Looking, and is now making his way back to BBC Two, starring in the Australian-based series Banished.

Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Missy Returns!

Before we launch headlong into another collection of Doctor Who-related stuff from the past week, Michelle Gomez has something important to say:

ITV Confirms Season Three of ‘Broadchurch’

We haven’t quite started the second season of Broadchurch yet—which is due on BBC America on March 4—but there’s good news from ITV’s press office about the prospects of a third.

British Short Takes Home Oscar

We’re very pleased for Eddie Redmayne taking home the top Oscar at last night’s Academy Awards for Best Actor in The Theory of Everything, but he wasn’t the only Brit to walk away honored.

7 American Cities and Their British Namesakes

If you scan a map of the U.S., you will quickly notice some familiar British city names.

Eddie Redmayne: “This… this Oscar… WOW!”

It’s clearly hard to be cool when you’ve just won an Oscar. And it’s kind of snooty to even try.

Join Anglophenia For Oscars Coverage

On Sunday (February 22), little gold men will be handed out, heartfelt speeches will be made, and names will be mangled by John Travolta. There will be Benedict Cumberbatch on the red carpet, possibly photobombing; there will be Keira …

Cumberbatch’s 'Hamlet' to Hit Cinemas

If you’ve been crying yourself to sleep over missing out on Benedict Cumberbatch’s performance of Hamlet in London this coming summer, please don’t fret, because there’s a chance to catch a screening of the production.