In a perfect world, Sherlock would air at the same time in both the UK and the U.S. It would benefit American fans for the obvious reasons: 1) no waiting; 2) no spoilers.
Last night’s BAFTA TV awards ceremony was a most Anglopheniac spectacle indeed, with top prizes going to some of our favorite British talents. Olivia Colman, for example, (finally) won two awards, for entirely contrasting …
What is it with Benedict Cumberbatch and trailers? The man is a buzzing hive of ‘coming soon’ generative activity, leaving a trail of darkly voiced teasers for his various projects trailing all the way back to, well, his …
Big news! The Graham Norton Show is now airing on Thursdays (at 10/9c) on BBC AMERICA.
And to celebrate the return of an old friend (and his reclining chair), we’ve run some stats, crunched some numbers, and come back with a definitive list of the most popular guests he’s had on his sofa over the last 13 …
Sherlock fans, let’s face it, we’re all desperately scrabbling for any clues as to what is going on with Series 3, aren’t we?
Talk show hosts are a chatty bunch and love to share their opinions on TV. We’re not too surprised to see they’re active in the Twittersphere.
We all know that Graham Norton can talk. Give him any guest, no matter how taciturn they may be, and Graham will either entice them to reveal a dark secret, spin a rude fable, or just throw a few innuendos over their heads.
Actress Minnie Driver named names, as well as a number of adventurous sex acts, and it all had to do with horses on a recent episode of The Graham Norton Show.
Let’s face it, any quote from Daniel Craig taken from The Graham Norton Show is likely to be a) highly charged and b) memorable, although that one does play to a certain demographic of Bond fans.
When the weather outside is frightful and the in-laws aren’t so delightful, where do you turn to find respite from the holiday blues? Perhaps a visit from the Doctor will cure those bah-humbugs.