Outlander heads for Revolution in season 6

Outlander heads for Revolution in season 6

Outlander heads for Revolution as the show returns early 2022 for season 6 After what seems a long wait, we’ve news a-plenty about Outlander season 6 (thanks to New York Comic Con) as a new trailer shows the series heads towards a certain Revolution [which is heavily capitalised for some reason!] There are some new images and also … >

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James Suspect stars in Suspect

Suspect — James Nesbitt leads a host of stars in new drama

James Nesbitt, Joely Richardson, Richard E Grant, Anne-Marie Duff, Antonia Thomas, Niamh Algar, Sacha Dhawan, Sam Heughan and Ben Miller cast in Channel 4’s thrilling new drama, Suspect (w/t) Channel 4 has commissioned an eight-part crime thriller Suspect (w/t) from Eagle Eye Drama (Before We Die, Professor T). It is an adaptation of the original … >

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Everest Ewan McGregor to star

Everest — Ewan McGregor to play George Mallory

New movie Everest to star Ewan McGregor, Sam Heughan and Mark Strong Thanks to KFTV, we can bring you details of Everest, which is due to film in January 2022. The central cast of McGregor, Heughan and Strong are all very much in demand with Obi Wan Kenobi, Outlander and numerous films, including the recent Cruella. This should all make for … >

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Outlander renewed

Outlander renewed for season 7 while season 6 still filming

Outlander renewed — great news for fans but, of course, they’re still waiting for season 6 As Outlander fans are filling the wait for season 6 by watching Men in Kilts, Stars has already renewed the show for season 7. Deadline (and others) are reporting on Outlander renewed and we summarise what it’s all about here. Matthew B. Roberts will continue as … >

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To Olivia, a new film from Sky, explores a Roald Dahl tragedy

Sky today announced the upcoming release of To Olivia, a Sky original, starring Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey) as novelist Roald Dahl and Keeley Hawes (Bodyguard, Honour) as his American actress wife Patricia Neal. Based on a true story, the film will be released in cinemas and on Sky Cinema in February 2021. It’s 1962 and Roald Dahl, an eccentric, burgeoning … >

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