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News Roundup: Jamie Bamber Lands ‘CSI: Miami’ Guest Spot and Muse’s Matt Bellamy Slams London Rioters
In the upcoming season of CSI: Miami, we’ll get to see the handsome Jamie Bamber (Battlestar: Galactica, Law & Order: UK) guest star as “Robbie, one half of a freelance storm-chasing duo who is questioned by Sgt. Tripp (Rex …
They are among us. They look like us, they speak like us, and they’ve fully absorbed our way of life. But they are most assuredly not like us.
Jason Isaacs and Ioan Gruffudd made the cut. As did Robert Carlyle and Shelley Conn.
Today (April 21), Anglophenia posted an exclusive interview with Jamie Bamber about his new NBC pilot 17th Precinct and the British Invasion currently hitting American TV. Well, Bamber fans, here's some major news. The show that made him famous, Battlestar Galactica, will be airing on BBC America starting Saturday, June 18.
Jamie Bamber is one of the pioneers of the recent British Invasion of American TV. In 2004, the handsome, London-born actor began a five-year run on the acclaimed reboot of the sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica, skillfully assuming an …
The police procedural could be the most creatively spent genre in all of television. (Yet networks continue to churn them out.
What can you learn about the British justice system from Law & Order: UK? Loads of stuff, apparently.
BBC AMERICA’s press team just announced that Law & Order UK will air on the channel, premiering Sunday, October 3 at 10:30 pm ET with following episodes airing on Fridays at 9 pm ET. The uniquely British take on Dick …
I’m not sure how I feel about the new theme, which premiered last night in the UK. Way too adrenaline-laced and bombastic – heavy on the brass and light on the woodwinds.