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Martin Freeman on ‘Breeders’ Being Renewed: ‘We’ll See You All Soon. Well, Not Soon.’


We all know and love Martin Freeman as Sherlock Holmes’ other half, Dr. John Watson, in the modern-day retelling of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle‘s stories in Sherlock, opposite Benedict Cumberbatch. It’s not clear if we’ll be getting more of Sherlock, with the latest season premiering way back in 2016. If there’s more to come, that’d […]

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Play-By-Play of ‘Killing Eve’ Season 3, Ep. 6: Niko is Laid Up in a Hospital, Villanelle Plans Her Exit and Dasha Goes Bowling


We are well past the halfway mark of Killing Eve season three, with only two more episodes left. In last week’s “Are You From Pinner” we saw Villanelle (Jodie Comer) reunite with her family in Russia. And in this week’s, we now find out what happened to Niko (Owen McDonnell) on that fateful day when […]

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‘Killing Eve’s Villanelle Is Based on a Real-Life Female Serial Killer


We can’t get enough of Killing Eve, as you may have noticed from our recent coverage of the BBC America original. And, some new information has just surfaced in an interview with Codename Villanelle author Luke Jennings. Jennings’ novella is the starting point of the cat and mouse chase series. He recently took part in […]

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British Icon of the Week: Bill Nighy, the Dapper Actor Who Charms Everyone He Meets

Bill Nighy

Bill Nighy is a wonderful actor who was hilarious as an aging rock star in Love, Actually, supremely poignant as an imploding PR guru in Gideon’s Daughter, and a general delight to watch in everything from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. But this week, he’s […]

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Florence Pugh Partners with Poet Simon Armitage for Powerful Charity Single ‘Lockdown’

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British rising star Florence Pugh has partnered with Simon Armitage, the U.K.’s national Poet Laureate, for a beautiful new coronavirus charity single. The Oscar-nominated Little Women actress contributes both spoken word and vocals to “Lockdown,” a topical poem by Armitage which has now been set to music. Proceeds from the song, which is available to […]

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Matt Smith and Claire Foy Set to Be Ambassadors for Old Vic Online Initiative

70th Emmy Awards – Arrivals

Doctor Who‘s Matt Smith has completed filming on the movies Last Night in Soho and Morbius. And now he has a new project… Smith is teaming up with his The Crown co-star Claire Foy to support London’s Old Vic. Like a lot of organizations these days, the theater is going digital to keep things moving […]

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‘Top Gear’ to Begin Filming Again with Social Distancing Guidelines in Place


Coronavirus has halted production on countless TV shows in recent months, but today brings some encouraging news for motoring fans: the new season of Top Gear will begin filming shortly. Charlotte Moore, the BBC’s Content Director, has said plans are in place to have Paddy McGuinness, Chris Harris, and Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff shooting the new […]

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11 of Dame Kristin Scott Thomas’ Most Memorable Roles: From ‘Four Weddings’ to ‘Fleabag’

Dame Kristin Scott Thomas

Though we think we know Dame Kristin Scott Thomas for playing a certain type of woman – intelligent, formidable, crisp as a chilled glass of Chardonnay – she’s actually one of the most daring actresses of our time, often picking inherently unsympathetic parts that some performers might shy away from. With her latest film Military […]

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David Tennant Is Accepting Homework Questions From Students About Shakespeare

Channel 4’s ‘High & Dry’ Preview – Photocall

Well, this is a bit of life imitating art. We’ve seen David Tennant play an English teacher in the Lauren the Schoolgirl skit with Catherine Tate. And, now he’s taking on the role of teacher in real life. Or maybe more of a tutor, to be accurate. Working with the Royal Shakespeare Company, he’ll be accepting […]

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