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By Paul Hechinger | Posted on October 26th, 2011
The tremendously popular British series Downton Abbey portrays the social impact of World War I, but the biggest battle being waged right now is between critics and defenders of the show in the British media.
Calling all Colin Firth fans. You can now gorge yourself watching this year’s Oscar winner in one of his earliest, and lengthiest, performances.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on November 16th, 2010
They can’t all be The Office: American TV viewers have seen a gazillion erudite British TV comedies get a Hollywood makeover and crash spectacularly on our shores. This very phenomenon provides the backdrop for Showtime’s ...
Little Britain showed us the oddball side of the UK through Matt Lucas and David Walliams‘ fictional creations, but now here’s the real-life version. British broadcaster BBC3 is airing a documentary show titled Freak Like ...
Should British TV series copy the U.S. model and create longer-running shows?
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on September 22nd, 2010
On MTV’s The Real World, seven (or eight) strangers are picked to shame their mamas on national television. UK broadcaster Channel 4 is enacting a similar experiment, except they’re following the lives of 18 strangers who ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on August 31st, 2010
If the broadcast networks have their way, the Primetime Emmys could cut the movies and miniseries categories from the live telecast moving forward, Variety reports. The big 4 networks are re-negotiating their contracts with the Emmys, ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on June 6th, 2010
Congratulations to BBC AMERICA’s The Inbetweeners and Occupation on their BAFTA TV Award wins last night. The Inbetweeners won the YouTube Audience Award, which is voted on by the general British public.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on February 18th, 2010
The Broadcasting Press Guild released their annual nominations for excellence in British television yesterday. Happily, our man David Tennant has been awarded a much-deserved Best Actor nomination.