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American Gods season 2: UK release date revealed

American Gods, the Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s best-selling novel, is set to return for a second season next year – and we now know when it’ll hit the UK… As the lengthy synopsis goes, season two of American Gods will see the battle between Old Gods and New Gods continues to brew as we join Mr. Wednesday...

Game of Thrones season 8: first teaser trailer released

In advance of the show’s hotly anticipated final season of Game of Thrones, HBO have released the first teaser trailer for Westeros’ endgame… Unfortunately, there’s no appearances by any of the show’s remaining characters – neither Lena Headey’s Cersei Lannister, Emilia Clarke’s Daenerys Targaryen or Kit Harington’s Jon Snow appear –  but it’s a high budget...

Greed: first images from Steve Coogan’s next film

We have three images to share from Steve Coogan’s next movie, Greed, which sees him teaming up once again with Michael Winterbottom. It’s a comedy set in the fashion world, from Film 4 and Sony, with inspirations said to be drawn from Top Shop’s Philip Green.

Doctor Who New Year’s Special: new cast announcements

According to the Radio Times, the BBC has announced three cast members for the Doctor Who New Year’s Special. The guest cast list and the names of their characters: Charlotte Ritchie: Lin Nikesh Patel: Mitch Daniel Adegboyega: Aaron Cultbox had previously reported that Daniel Adegboyega’s CV on his agent’s website listed his character’s name as Isaac Sinclair. This discrepancy...

Doctor Who lost episode The Macra Terror: animation coming soon

Four 25-minute missing episodes of the Doctor Who serial The Macra Terror, which were originally part of the mostly-lost fourth season, have been animated for the first time and will be released on DVD, blu-ray, special edition steelbook and digital download March 18, 2019. The original broadcast, starring Patrick Troughton, Anneke Wills, Michael Craze and Frazer Hines,...

The Good Place renewed for season 4

Holy forking shirtballs. Here’s some good news: NBC has renewed The Good Place for its fourth season. But can the show’s fourth run bring The Good Place back on track after a wobbly-at-times third season?