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By Brigid Brown | Posted on November 12th, 2014
Matthew Macfadyen reprises his role as Detective Inspector Edmund Reid in the return of Ripper Street, which will air on Amazon Prime U.K.
It’s curiously fitting that an actress playing a key role in Sherlock—a drama that takes a Victorian work of fiction and places it in a modern day setting—should find herself playing a character based on real people from the ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on February 20th, 2014
This Saturday night, the Victorian crime drama Ripper Street makes a welcome return to BBC AMERICA, with people meeting their ends in all manner of unpleasant and gory ways.
By staff | Posted on January 29th, 2013
BBC AMERICA has just announced that its co-production Ripper Street, the crime drama set in 1889 London, has been picked up for a second, eight-episode season, which will air in 2014. The series stars Matthew Macfadyen, Jerome Flynn and ...
Tomorrow night at 9/8c, Ripper Street premieres on BBC AMERICA. It’s a tale of terrible awfulness, of seedy depravity and murderous disgust, and it’s set in the heart of all things brutal and grubby.
The Victorian period (1837-1901) was a time where women displayed their husband’s success by dressing in the finest clothing. The men didn’t shy away from fashion donning stellar top hats and three-piece suits.
2012 was quite a momentous year with London hosting the Summer Olympics and Team GB achieving a record-breaking Gold medal win. The Queen broke a personal record celebrating the Diamond Jubilee marking her 60th anniversary as reigning ...
You may have sensed, during the breaks in Doctor Who, that astonishing things are afoot on BBC AMERICA in 2013. And if you did, you’d have been right. Here are just three reasons why:
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on March 19th, 2012
A modern-day Jack the Ripper copycat killer was the focus of BBC America’s successful crime series Whitechapel, but now the network is co-producing a period police drama that will transport us to the actual 1889 setting of the ...