Who says keeping your fingers crossed doesn’t work? It certainly has for Doc Martin fans, as series costar Ian McNeice has confirmed that more of the hit dramedy is coming!
The seventh series of Doc Martin is about to complete its national premiere in the US, and fans already want to know if there will be an eighth. So I asked Ian McNeice.
The meeting between President Barack Obama and Sir David Attenborough was a first for both men. And the President’s interview of the renowned naturalist and broadcaster was a first for viewers on both sides of the pond.
The critically-acclaimed UK series, Mr. Sloane, is set to have its US national broadcast premiere on KCET and Link TV, and series creator Robert B. Weide chatted with me about his bringing it from concept to screen. (Yowzah!)
Blessed are those who watch Father Brown: Saving Souls, Solving Crimes, a new behind-the-scenes special about the hit Brit mystery, Father Brown, which features interviews with the cast and crew and premieres on local public TV stations starting this month.
The stateside Summer of Poirot kicked off last Sunday with “The Big Four,” and how merveilleux was it to see David Suchet return to the screen as our favorite Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot. But there is more of Suchet in
A quickie note to let you know that Julian Fellowes, writer and creator of Downton Abbey, will be chatting about the upcoming season on this evening’s edition of Charlie Rose. Check your local listings for when Charlie Rose airs on
The new Ricky Gervais comedy-drama Derek has premiered in the U.S. exclusively on Netflix, and tonight you can catch talk show host extraordinaire Charlie Rose interviewing Gervais about it.
Hollywood is aflutter as stars get ready for the Academy Awards tomorrow, and even though Maggie Smith isn’t a nominee this year, she is a past winner. Twice. Not to mention her BAFTA, Emmy, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, Tony,
My favorite talk show host, Charlie Rose, will be chatting with a few Downton Abbey actors on his show this evening. At his round table will be Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Jim Carter, and Joanne Froggatt. Check your local PBS station