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IFC presents Brockmire and Portlandia

The 10 Towns and Cities Comedians Love to Mock

Some places have come to symbolize a certain way of life, for instance, the Pacific Northwest city of Portland, Oregon. Its inhabitants have been immortalized in the quirky characters played by Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein in Portlandia, which returns to IFC tonight (January 18) for its eighth and final season. Below is a list of some […]

‘The Child In Time’ Preview Screening – Red Carpet Arrivals

Benedict Cumberbatch Accepts Role as President of Drama at Alma Mater

Having conquered TV, film and theater, Benedict Cumberbatch is ready for a new role. And, while he can handle many assignments, he doesn’t necessarily accept everything that comes his way, because he’s just so darn busy. But when invited to reside over young actors at the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art, a school he once attended, he said… YES. The Sherlock […]


Tom Hiddleston Has Graham Norton to Thank for His ‘Early Man’ Role

Everyone’s getting excited about Avengers: Infinity War, but there’ll be another chance to see Tom Hiddleston before he pulls on the Loki wig once more, and it’s all down to one Graham Norton. Okay, so “see” isn’t quite the word, as he’ll just be providing the voice for Lord Noothe, the pompous city governor in Early Man, the latest feature-length film […]

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‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Hanks and Cakes and Babies

Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a colossal tractor beam for quality Whovian stuff found within fandoms and on the internet and social media over the past seven days. And we begin this week with three startling events in which the real world and the Whoniverse find themselves colliding. The first occurred on […]

2018 Winter TCA Tour – Day 11

WATCH: Elisabeth Moss Returns in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Second Season Trailer

When we last saw Offred (Elisabeth Moss), The Handmaid’s Tale‘s narrator and protagonist, she was being carted off in an ominous black van. And so ended the first season of Hulu’s bleakly compelling TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood‘s dystopian novel. We could hardly contain our excitement for the next installment, and this just-released trailer (below) takes us one step closer to […]

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