Articles Tagged 'Class'

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13 Reasons Why You Need to Watch ‘Class’

Welcome to Coal Hill Academy, where prom decorations may just be interrupted by a deadly monster attack. Class, BBC America’s thrilling new series, premiered last Saturday at 10/9c (immediately following the series premiere of Doctor Who). If you’re a fan of The Doctor and his adventures, the smart combination of high school drama and sci-fi, or […]

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10 Things You Need to Know Before Watching ‘Class’

You don’t need to be a devoted Doctor Who fan to enjoy Class, which premieres on April 15 immediately after the Doctor Who season 10 opener on BBC America. It’s a young adult drama, set in a British high school, which is affiliated to the universe of Doctor Who while not depending on the 50-plus year history of […]

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‘Class’ Creator Patrick Ness Premieres ‘A Monster Calls’ with Stars Liam Neeson and Sigourney Weaver

Please welcome interviewer extraordinaire Sharon Carpenter to the Anglo “squad.” Sharon swung by the NYC premiere of A Monster Calls to check in with author Patrick Ness. Patrick wrote the fantasy novel A Monster Calls in 2011, which has recently been made into a film, and is also the creator of the Doctor Who spin-off Class. Yeah, we agree, that’s […]

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Doctor Who Spin-Off ‘Class’ Cast is Revealed

Greg Austin, Fady Elsayed, Sophie Hopkins and Vivian Oparah have entered the Whoniverse as BBC America introduces the cast of Doctor Who’s spin-off series, Class, a YA series set in contemporary London. They will be joined by Katherine Kelly, as she takes the role of a teacher and powerful new presence at Coal Hill School. Award-winning YA writer […]

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6 British Things Americans Admire

There are many things that Americans seems to like about us Brits and our culture. Far be it for me to blow the collective British trumpet, though; I asked a handful of Americans-in-the-U.K. (with no prompting) what they most liked about us. Interestingly, our stiff upper lip was mentioned more than once. “Americans complain about […]