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Doctor Who series 11: The Woman Who Fell to Earth review

Jodie Whittaker made her first full appearance as the Doctor on BBC One this evening. With spoilers aplenty, here’s our review of ‘The Woman Who Fell to Earth’… If you feel just that little bit exhausted with the endless chatter around the Thirteenth Doctor’s gender, then imagine what it’s like to be Jodie Whittaker. On...

Joy Wilkinson’s Doctor Who episode titled ‘The Witch Finders’

In an interview on Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4, screenwriter and playwright Joy Wilkinson revealed the name of the episode of Doctor Who Series 11 she penned as The Witch Finders. Since the name of the title was spoken and there is, as yet, no written record of it, it is possibly titled The...

Above the Clouds review

Our coverage of this year’s Raindance Film Festival begins with Above the Clouds – the debut feature from director Leon Chambers and a film that thoroughly deserves to break out.

The Mandalorian: Disney reveal directors and first image

The Star Wars universe is set to continue its foray into prestige TV with The Mandalorian, a new series masterminded by Jon Favreau – and we now know who will be on directing duties.. The series, set to be one of the most expensive shows of all time if Disney rake out $100m (£70m) for it, has entered...

Victoria series 3: first look photo revealed

While Jenna Coleman is gaining all the praise over on BBC One’s The Cry, ITV are starting to tease the next series of Victoria – tweeting out a picture of the monarch and her husband… The series, which follows Queen Victoria’s ascension to the throne and her struggles with maintaining her royal duties, is set to return this...

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: full trailer and new poster released

After giving us a deliciously creepy poster, spooky character images and a spine-tingling teaser trailer, Netflix have now given viewers a fuller look at Chilling Adventures of Sabrina in the form of an extended trailer… That trailer, which gleefully mixes the camp and the gothic à la the series’ big brother Riverdale, looks something like this… Oh, and...

The Chronicles of Narnia: Netflix to produce new films and TV series

Netflix have snapped up the rights to produce a new series of films and TV shows based on C.S. Lewis’ classic children’s series, The Chronicles of Narnia… The company, working in tandem with Entertainment One, will develop a new run of movies and TV series in the hopes of creating a Narnia universe not dissimilar to...

Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans: huge cast announced

It’s was announced last month that the talented folk behind Horrible Histories are resurrecting the show for both another series and a big-screen movie – and now the film’s mighty cast has been announced… The film, called Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans, has already started production and while it will be separate from the TV series,...