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Tom Marshall

5 ways to improve ‘Doctor Who’ spin-off ‘Class’ if it gets a second season

When the latest Doctor Who spin-off series was first announced back in October 2015, the initial reaction ranged from scepticism to outright hostility. By the time Class launched online on BBC Three last autumn, following a promising trailer and confirmation that Peter Capaldi’s Doctor would be appearing, fans seemed slightly more welcoming. However, the eight episodes failed to attract … >

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4 things we need from the next Doctor

One of the most subtle and gifted actors to take on the role of the Time Lord, Peter Capaldi has been terrific at the helm of the TARDIS over the past four years. But before 2017 comes to an end, he’ll be handing over the mantle to someone else. The new Doctor will see their … >

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5 ways that ‘Broadchurch’ can be must-see TV again

David Tennant and Olivia Colman are back soon as DI Alec Hardy and DS Ellie Miller for a final season of Broadchurch. Season 3 is set to begin on ITV next month, before creator Chris Chibnall vworps out of the ITV offices and lands in Cardiff to start making next year’s season of Doctor Who. Buy the … >

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Every ‘Sherlock’ episode ever ranked from worst to best

So, the final problem has been solved and Moffat & Gatiss have confirmed that this could be the end for Sherlock. We’d be very surprised if a fifth season doesn’t happen at some point, but it seems a safe bet that it’ll be a decent wait (even by Sherlock hiatus standards) until we get another trio of … >

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Is ‘Sherlock’ really a fantasy rather than a crime drama?

So, is Sherlock really a fantasy rather than a crime drama? “Eh?” I hear you ask. But I haven’t gone mad, I’m not on a trip right now, and last time I checked my walls were still vertical. I’m deadly serious: there’s a legitimate case (ho ho) that we should talk about Sherlock as fantasy … >

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