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Dracula: Steven Moffat promises a “Sherlock-y” reinvention

Steven Moffat has opened up a little about his Dracula TV series, which he is writing for the BBC with his Sherlock collaborator and regular Doctor Who contributor Mark Gatiss. With Moffat vacating the Doctor Who showrunner hot-seat and Sherlock seeming to be on pause, fans of The Moff are keen to see what this...

Ed Sheeran could star in a musical comedy movie

Ed Sheeran is apparently in talks to appear in a new musical comedy movie, from British cinema legends Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis. Curtis (the scribe behind Love Actually, Four Weddings And A Funeral, About Time and The Boat That Rocked) has written a new comedy film – apparently themed around music – for Danny...

Mrs Wilson: new BBC One drama starts filming, with Ruth Wilson

Mrs Wilson is a new BBC One drama that’s very close to the heart of its lead star, Ruth Wilson. Not just because she’s in it, but also because the new programme will be telling the story of her family’s history. Wilson plays her grandmother in the drama, Alison, and she soon learns following the...

Downton Abbey creator sets up new period drama

Whilst Downton Abbey writer and creator Julian Fellowes continues to field questions about the inevitable movie, he’s also been focusing on another project that he’s putting together for Sky Atlantic. Five Arrows is a new period drama that’ll follow the Rothschild family, and their journey from nothing to one of the biggest banking empires in...

Legends Of Tomorrow season 3: exec producer addresses finale exits

This article contains spoilers for the Legends Of Tomorrow season 3 finale. Marc Guggenheim, one of the executive producers on Legends Of Tomorrow, has spoken about the crew members who appeared to leave the Legends in the show’s season 3 finale. Arthur Darvill’s Rip Hunter is one such character. His fate was left mysterious at...

In praise of​ Big Train: a tribute to the underrated 90s sketch-comedy gem

It’s now been 20 years since Big Train first aired and while it still maintains a strong cult following, the sketch comedy show never quite receives the level of acclaim it perhaps deserves. It can sometimes get somewhat eclipsed by its more commercially successful contemporaries in the sketch show world. Given the consistency and sheer...

Doctor Who: Steven Moffat on handing over to Chris Chibnall

As part of his interview with Graham Norton on Radio 2 over the weekend, Steven Moffat was discussing his handover over the Doctor Who job to Chris Chibnall. Chibnall is currently overseeing series 11 of the show, that’ll see Jodie Whittaker taking control of the TARDIS. As it turns out, though, there wasn’t a massive...