Fans of BBC One‘s Luther are getting an exclusive trailer for Idris Elba's upcoming season 5 return to one of his most popular roles: Det. John Luther.
With his family in England, Lincoln spends half the year filming in the United States — time that adds up quickly over nine seasons: "I have two young children, and I live in a different country, and they become less portable as they get older It was that simple It was time for me to come[...]
Not content with shattering ratings records and elevating parade reporting with their coverage of the 2017 Rose Parade for Amazon, “broadcast legends” Cord Hosenbeck (Will Ferrell) and Tish Cattigan (Molly Shannon) are returning to lend their unique perspective to HBO's The Royal Wedding Live with Cord and Tish!
What a random act of violence on the streets of London turns out to be something much darker and less "random" than it first appears, British detective Kip Glaspie (Carey Mulligan) must discover the darker truths driving the cover-up. That's the premise behind Netflix and BBC2's Collateral.
In April, U.K. murder mystery Rellik premieres on Cinemax with a premise that should be a little familiar to fans of Christopher Nolan's Memento (or Peter Falk's Columbo): the story begins at the end, and works its way backwards.
British broadcaster Sky is moving ahead with futuristic racing drama Curfew. The eight-episode series stars Sean Bean (Game of Thrones) and Malachi Kirby (Roots).
Gareth Edwards's directorial debut will be sliming and crawling its way to our screens, as UK broadcaster Channel 4 is set to adapt the Rogue One helmer's Monsters as a television series.
Idris Elba (Thor: Ragnarok) took to Twitter on Thursday to let fans know that Detective John Luther was "back in London, back in the coat" - which means Elba is back to filming new episodes of BBC One's Luther.
Netflix and actor/writer/comedian (and killer Golden Globes host) Ricky Gervais have been making beautiful music together over the past few years, and it looks like that dance is going to go on a little longer.
Is there a point to enforcing the law in the face of certain destruction? With the end of the world looming, how far would you go to make things right? Those are just some of the themes to be tackled by Neil Cross' (Luther) Hard Sun, a six-part "pre-apocalyptic" crime drama from BBC One and Hulu.
Writer/director Joe Ahearne (Doctor Who, Da Vinci's Demons) is set to develop UFO drama Rendlesham, from Sony Pictures Television and Eleventh Hour Films.
Broadchurch producer Kudos is developing upcoming female firefighter memoir Through the Fire from Dr. Sabrina Cohen-Hatton for a television series.
Netflix newest trailer for The Crown's second season shows that not even the throne of Queen Elizabeth II (Claire Foy) is immune from change.
Channel 4 is moving ahead with upcoming dark comedy Hang Ups, starring Stephen Mangan (Episodes) along with David Tennant, Charles Dance and Jessica Hynes.
So welcome back to another edition of Before They Were ‘Gods’, where we pull back the curtain on some of the past projects of the cast and crew...
These kind of opportunities don't come along too often. So it's worth making a feature of it. Simon Shaw of Legacy Comics in Halifax writes; Legacy Comics
The London Super Comic Convention is a new London-based comic book convention set for February 2012, using the same location at the biannual MCM, the
After that last article, I need a feel good British comic con story. Caption. It's the longest running comic book convention in the UK. But you won't find
Last year I was pleased to uncover the secret political career path of Nick Spencer before he skipped Cincinnatti for New York to write comic books. Well,