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America’s British population has taken to the web to voice its displeasure at news that U.S. candy giant Hershey has successfully blocked our much loved U.K.-produced chocolate from being exported to the land of the free.Read Now
In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
Well, it’s that time of year again when post-Christmas wallets are weighed up and paperwork is gathered for the filing …Read Now
The major revelations came so frequently during the seventh and penultimate episode of BBC America's Broadchurch that a viewer can barely keep up.
Last night, Doctor Who won two trophies at the TV Choice awards, and Broadchurch (which we’re counting as a Whovian endeavor) scooped up two more. Practically a clean sweep.
If viewers weren’t already totally hooked by Broadchurch, BBC America’s 8-episode crime series, last night’s searing show fully reeled them in. It was a corker of an episode, full of suspense, revelations, fleeting moments of …
As Broadchurch, BBC America’s 8-episode crime series, hit the halfway mark, the suspense only deepened. The list of suspects, both those that the police have on their radar and those that viewers know are possibly up to no good, grew …
For a small, seaside town with no previous murders, there sure are a lot of suspects and suspicious behavior going on in Broadchurch after the body of 11-year old Danny Latimer was found on a sandy beach.
Arthur Darvill has never been more in demand as an actor. Call it the Doctor Who effect.
With BBC AMERICA’s premiere of the U.K. original airing in just under a week (Wednesday, August 7 at 10/9c), Fox has announced that they are planning to adapt Broadchurch for their 2014-15 television season.
Less than a week after they shared the stage at Comic-Con, Matt Smith was on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, for a lovely long rambling interview, in which (among other things) he revealed that he’s giving serious …
Disclaimer: no one even hinted at the word ‘lowest’ in the title above. As far as I am concerned, all of the people in this list are the highest common denominators conceivable. And they’re not common either.
Arthur Darvill isn’t the only British actor starring in the Broadway musical 'Once.' Opposite him every night onstage is Joanna Christie, who also hails from the U.K.