Save The Cinema Samantha Morton

Save the Cinema first look image revealed

Sky has unveiled a first-look image of Samantha Morton in the Sky Original film Save The Cinema They’ve also provided a lot of detail on the story: Inspired by the extraordinary real-life events sparked by tenacious hairdresser Liz Evans (Samantha Morton), Save The Cinema illustrates how the resolve of a small Welsh town, inspired by … >

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Sweeth Tooth renewed for second season

Sweet Tooth renewed for a second season of eight episodes

Sweet Tooth is renewed for a second season and Netflix will bring eight more episodes of this popular show We’ve seen it grab good viewing figures in the Nielsens, and now Netflix has brought good news — Sweet Tooth is renewed for another season. Jim Mickle will serve as Executive Producer, Writer, Director and Showrunner … >

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Sherwood cast first look image

Sherwood — cast details and first-look images for new drama

We now know the Sherwood cast and have a first-look image from the BBC for the James Graham series David Morrissey leads an all-star ensemble in the six-part series also starring Joanne Froggatt, Robert Glenister, Alun Armstrong, Lesley Manville, Adeel Akhtar, Claire Rushbrook, Kevin Doyle, Lorraine Ashbourne, Phillip Jackson, Perry Fitzpatrick, Adam Hugill and Stephen … >

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Channel 4 orders new comedy ‘The Circuit’ from writers of ‘Pulling’

Dennis Kelly (Utopia) and Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe) have written a new comedy pilot for Channel 4 about “the horror and hilarity of social engagement.” The writers previously worked together on BBC Three’s Pulling and joked: “It has taken just 10 short years for us to agree to work together again. It was a mistake.” Phil … >

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‘Capital’ episode guide

Set on a single street in South London, BBC One’s Capital is a portrait of a road transformed by soaring property prices. What was once the home of modest lower-middle class families, Pepys Road has been continuously gentrified into a street of multimillion pound houses. Peter Bowker’s adaptation of John Lanchester’s novel Capital stars Toby … >

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‘Capital’ Episode 2 review: BBC drama at its absolute finest

BBC One’s Capital continues with a marvelous second episode from writer Peter Bowker. As the WE WANT WHAT YOU HAVE campaign heats up, lives on Pepys Road are irrevocably changed and tragedy strikes for one family. After Capital’s outstanding opening episode it would be reasonable to assume a slight downward spiral for this second instalment. … >

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‘Capital’ Episode 1 review: Intricately woven, mesmerising drama

Toby Jones and Gemma Jones shine in the first episode of BBC One’s outstanding new three-part drama from Peter Bowker, adapted from John Lanchester’s best-selling satirical novel. Pepys Road is a seemingly ordinary street in South London until the residents find themselves continually plagued by incessant postcards; postcards with one single message: WE WANT WHAT … >

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‘Capital’ trailer: Toby Jones and Lesley Sharp’s new BBC One drama

BBC One has released a trailer for Peter Bowker’s adaptation of John Lanchester’s novel Capital. Starring Toby Jones (The Girl), Lesley Sharp (Scott And Bailey), Wunmi Mosaku (In The Flesh) and Adeel Akhtar (Utopia), the three-part drama is set on a single street in South London and is a portrait of a road transformed by … >

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‘River’ finale review: A more than satisfactory resolution

With so many loose strands needing to be tied up, this week’s final episode of River really needed to deliver. Luckily, BBC One’s six-part drama gave us a satisfying story and delivered more than a few shocks along the way. “You are caught in what is called a paradox, my friend. The closer you get … >

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