From the college professor who brought us the popular #TrekClass course on Star Trek comes the live and online Doctor Who #WhoClass, “Doctor Who in the Digital Age.”
This holiday season keeps getting better and better. Good Omens, the bestselling fantasy novel by renowned authors Sir Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, has been dramatized for radio, and it’s coming to BBC Radio 4!
Brit TV fans in the US have another video-on-demand service with which to watch shows out of the UK. It’s Tubi TV.
If you don’t already know about Viewster for streaming TV series and films from the UK and elsewhere, then it’s time to add it to your list of free VoD services.
Well! Wasn’t that a how-do-you-do of a cliffhanger on Outlander Saturday night? How will the last scene play out when the series returns from hiatus? We’ll have to wait until next spring to find out.
The 2014 Toronto International Film Festival was the place to be this past weekend for folks in the film industry, and plenty of British stars were in attendance to promote their new movies. Check out a few of those who
The weekend is here, and that means more Irish programming straight from the Emerald Isle will be screened at MHz Networks.
Judging by Brendan Coyle’s Twitter feed, there’s never a dull moment for the English-born Irish actor who plays everyone’s favorite valet, Downton Abbey‘s Mr. Bates. So it comes as no surprise that he will be costarring in a new drama
The Queen visited the Iron Throne of Westeros today. No, not Cersei Lannister. The real queen, Queen Elizabeth II.
With the unofficial start of summer comes news that the chart-topping English-Irish boy band, One Direction, could be headed from the concert stage to the small screen in their own television series.