The last decade in British TV has been particularly great, especially as it coincides with a huge upswing in the quality of TV shows across the world. In a time of critical and popular worldwide successes such as Breaking Bad, Orange …
Life On Mars
Before we get too deeply into this, let’s just get the regenerating elephant out of the room. We know everyone knows John Simm as the Master in Doctor Who.
We know you’ve been counting down the days until Sarah, Cosima, Alison, and the rest of the Orphan Black gang return to our screens, and we only have a week and a day to go! (Season 2 premieres April 19.
Let’s be fair, all science fiction is drawn from a small pot of ideas, most often based around where science fact (and cultural reality) has got to when the ideas are first minted. And the more science fiction there is, the fewer …
With BBC’s Mistresses making its way to ABC on Monday, June 3, it made us think people may want to catch up on the original show. As well, take a peek at other British shows — that have been remade in the U.S.
Weddings. Candy. TV Drama. There are simply some things the Brits traditionally do better than Americans.
More news about U.S. remakes of British shows: the executive producer of the U.
Archie Panjabi – British actress known for East Is East, Bend It Like Beckham, and her role as Maya on BBC AMERICA’s Life On Mars – stunned Emmy prognosticators with a surprise win for Outstanding Supporting Actress in …
The Primetime Emmy awards are just 13 days away. Shall we look at a few of the nominees with accents?
So ABC’s version of Life On Mars has been cancelled, canned, axed. Are you shocked? Good riddance, I say.