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Articles Tagged 'Mark Gatiss'

‘Night Terrors’ (Photo: BBC)

‘Doctor Who’: 10 Things You May Not Know About ‘Night Terrors’

“Night Terrors” was created as a result of writer Mark Gatiss immersing himself in his first love, horror movies. It’s a thoughtful update of several key horror themes – haunted houses, the creepiness of innocent toys, aliens living among humans – with a few personal phobic touches. And in the eerie metamorphosis from human to […]


Stars Spill on Worst Auditions and Fan-ing Out at 2017 BAFTA Tea Party

Have you ever bombed a job interview? Well, you’re not alone. Anglophenia’s Maude Garrett caught up with the stars of The Handmaid’s Tale, This is Us, Westworld, and more at the 2017 BAFTA Tea Party, where they spilled on their worst auditions ever before hitting the Emmys. Vice Principals’ Kimberly Hebert Gregory gets the full […]


BBC America’s ‘Queers’ Premieres October 11 on National Coming Out Day

BBC America’s Queers sees eight new writers respond to the 50th anniversary of The Sexual Offences Act — which partially decriminalized homosexual acts between men in the UK — will air throughout the day on Wednesday, October 11. Then, you can binge all eight short films the following day, Thursday October 12, on VOD, at and […]


Casting News: David Tennant, Mark Gatiss and Emilia Clarke are A Go for ‘Thunderbirds Are Go’

Ooh, this casting news is a triple treat. Not one but three Anglo favorites — David Tennant (Doctor Who), Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) and Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) — are signing on for Thunderbirds Are Go, the animated reboot of the classic 1960’s puppet series, reports RadioTimes. The original show, featuring delightfully wonky marionettes, kicked off in 1965 and ran […]

‘Empress of Mars’ (Photo: BBC)

‘Doctor Who’: 10 Things You May Not Know About ‘Empress of Mars’

“Empress of Mars” is partly a celebration of movies such as Zulu Dawn, which depicts against-all-odds military struggles by red-jacketed British soldiers in their attempts to colonize parts of Africa. Granted, this time it’s the Ice Warriors who are outnumbered and under attack from warriors with primitive weapons, but the claustrophobia is the same. It […]

BFI & Radio Times TV Festival – Day 3

Steven Moffat on ‘Sherlock’s Future: Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are Irreplaceable

Well, we already knew that! But, now it’s officially-official, coming from the show co-creator and runner, Steven Moffat. There’s always this question looming over fans of Sherlock: “Will there be more?” There are long stretches between seasons, but us diehard viewers don’t mind, because when those three stellar episodes do arrive… it’s bliss. And, of course, let’s […]

Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss during Q&A for episode three preview screening of “Sherlock” at BFI Southbank on January 12, 2017 in London, England.

Mark Gatiss Added to Kit Harington Historical Drama ‘Gunpowder’

We told you about Gunpowder way back in October, but now we have the lowdown on what promises to be a historical thriller every bit as exciting and gritty as Taboo. It’ll tell the story about the infamous Gunpowder Plot, a failed conspiracy to assassinate King James I by a group of English Catholic radicals in 1605. And like […]

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