Doctor Who: Fugitive of the Judoon – Hugo Award finalist

The Doctor Who Series 12 episode Fugitive of the Judoon is a finalist for the Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form. Written by Vinay Patel and Chris Chibnall, and directed by Nida Manzoor, Fugitive of the Judoon famously featured the Judoon invading Gloucester in front of its iconic cathedral and introduced a new incarnation … >

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More Bridgerton seasons

More Bridgerton seasons confirmed while season two still in production

More Bridgerton is the latest news from Lady Whistledown in a surprise (but welcome) announcement Just an hour ago, Lady Whistledown took to Twitter (impressive from the early nineteenth century) to bring news of two more Bridgerton seasons: Esteemed members of the Ton, It seems we have a rather special announcement. Bridgerton shall return for seasons three and … >

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Paula Malcomson to star in Redemption

Paula Malcomson to star in new crime drama Redemption

ITV and Virgin Media Television have co-commissioned crime drama, Redemption produced by Tall Story Pictures starring Paula Malcomson Paula Malcomson (The Hunger Games trilogy, Ray Donovan, Deadwood) will take the lead role in Redemption, a six-part drama jointly commissioned by ITV and Virgin Media Television, Ireland in association with Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland. From the press … >

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Day of the Triffids stamps marking classic British cult science fiction

Classic British cult science fiction coming to stamps

The Royal Mail commemorates from classic British cult science fiction in a new set of stamps Coming on April 15 are a set of six new stamps from Royal Mail on the them of Classic British science fiction. It’s the usual suspects (and why not?!): Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein HG Wells The Time Machine Aldous Huxley Brave New World … >

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Europeans watch most TV thanks to The Queen's Gambit

Europeans watch most TV thanks to The Queen’s Gambit

Move over North America — it now seems Europeans watch most TV thanks to The Queen’s Gambit (and a few other shows)! Thanks to Variety (who pointed us to it) we’ve read an informative press release from Glance (Global Audience & Content Evolution, previously known as Eurodata TV Worldwide) talking about how viewing habits have changed in … >

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Promising Young Woman

Promising Young Woman is Sky Original’s first ever BAFTA film win

Good news for Sky Originals as they scored their first ever film BAFTA with Promising Young Woman — which won two awards Sky summarise their success as follows: The EE British Academy Film Awards winners were announced this weekend at a virtual ceremony hosted by Edith Bowman, Dermot O’Leary and Clara Amfo. The acclaimed film, … >

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Gerry Anderson Day Terrahawks listening party

Gerry Anderson Day marked by Big Finish and Britbox

You can enjoy this years Gerry Anderson Day with both Big Finish and Britbox — we tell you how is the first ever InternationalGerry Anderson Day (as announced by The Official Gerry Anderson) and the godfather of supermarionation can be commemorated on audio or on screen. Big Finish holds a Terrahawks Tweetalong listening party for Gerry Anderson … >

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Netflix and Sony deal

Netflix and Sony sign deal to stream Sony feature films from 2022

Netflix and Sony have signed a deal to bring Sony’s films to Netflix from 2020 Where other film studios are launching their own streaming service (eg Paramount+) or being bought by existing studios (Disney acquiring 21st Century Fox for Disney+, Sony has instead signed a deal with Netflix (as StudioCanal has with Sky). Regular CultBox visitors will know, we’ve been doing … >

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