While there is some crossover between the disciplines of music and theatre—actors becoming singers, singers becoming actors—it’s fair to say that each makes very singular demands on the charisma of the performers.
Let’s not linger long in the introduction here. It’s going to be a big enough wait until Season Five of Downton Abbey hits American TV screens as it is.
Showtime’s highly erotic and bloody Penny Dreadful is spilling over with British actors. Based in Victorian England, the story is a mashup of classic literary characters like Dr.
Tomorrow, if you can believe it, it has been 20 years since Hugh Grant first stammered into our lives, with the U.S. release of Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Carnival Films and ITV announced that season five of Downton Abbey will be seeing some new and familiar faces.
Anna Chancellor is on the phone and she’s chuckling. “You’d laugh so much if you could see where I’m calling you from,” the British actress says. “I’m in the middle of a market in a small town in Algeria near Morocco.
A very brief first official teaser has been released for Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond, a co-production between Sky Atlantic and BBC AMERICA set for a 2014 premiere. Dominic Cooper stars as Ian Fleming in the four-part drama that …
Put on your horn-rimmed glasses and break out the ’50s-inspired cocktails! The second season of The Hour, with its tremendously talented ensemble cast, premieres on BBC America tonight (November 28) at 9/8c.