Star Wars has surely been the film franchise from which the largest number of spin-offs and tie-ins have been spun. However, one market the franchise has never quite managed to crack is that of television.
Yesterday CultBox took a trip down to the set of BBC One's fantasy drama Merlin at Shine's studios in Cardiff.
The Western and science fiction genres have often been intrinsically linked, but Cowboys & Aliens is perhaps the most obvious example of the genre mash-up trend, and is certainly one of the more high-profile.
Today CultBox took a very exciting trip to the set of Sherlock at the BBC’s Upper Boat studios in Cardiff, also home to Doctor Who.
Ahead of Sherlock's return this autumn with a second series of three new feature-length episodes, the hit first series begins a repeat run this week. Here we examine how the show breathed new life into the Great Detective and the crowded TV crime genre.
Ahead of Sunday’s two-hour finale, we take a look back at some of the highlights from this year’s series of The Apprentice, going on to hedge our bets for the ultimate winner.
As Torchwood's return to our screens looms closer, the main players involved got together with some of the press at The Hospital Club in Covent Garden before Monday evening’s screening for a ‘round table’ natter about the hugely successful Doctor Who spin-off series.
Something strange is happening at the BFI Southbank. A young man is running around in a long blue army coat, looking flustered. All over the auditorium, there’s an air of breathless excitement building, making it feel less like a traditional press screening and more of a fan-club celebration.
Faced with the agonising Summer break following Doctor Who's mid-series finale last weekend, we've gone through the stunning Series 6 trailer that premiered back in March and picked out the shots which haven't appeared in Episodes 1-7 to provide a teaser for what's still to come in the Autumn...
We recently attended the premiere of the first episode of BBC Two’s upcoming drama series The Hour at London’s Princess Anne Theatre, followed by a Q&A session with some of the show’s producers and stars.