As you most likely know already, the sixth and final season of Downton Abbey is inching its way to the U.S.
David Oyelowo (Selma, Lee Daniels’ The Butler) stars in the heartbreaking true story Captive, opposite American actress Kate Mara(House of Cards), reports ComingSoon.net.
We can breathe a little easier now that Downton Abbey is back on PBS, but there’s still some time before Call the Midwife’s season four premiere on Sunday, March 29. While we wait: BBC One has an advance look.
We had a peek at the first Paddington trailer back in June 2013, but this is the first time we get to hear the Peruvian bear speak. And he’s quite cheeky.
As promised, we’re releasing the fall trailer for Doctor Who, which premiered during the show’s panel at Comic-Con today (July 24). Here’s BBC America’s official tease: “His time is running out.
This is certainly no April Fools joke, folks: BBC America has released their exclusive Doctor Who extended trailer today (April 1), a little over three weeks before the April 23 launch of the new season. Check it out:
Check out the newly released trailer for the U.S. version of Being Human, which premieres on Syfy in January.
Coming Soon has posted the British trailer for the Simon Pegg/Andy Serkis comedy, Burke & Hare, directed by John Landis. The film is “based on a true story” about two Irish grave-robbers, William Burke (Pegg) and William …
This is a cult classic 1986 British comedy, featuring Paul McGann, who would go on to helm the TARDIS a decade later…