Television viewers have made their opinions known, as Television Without Pity has announced the winners and recipients of less dubious achievements of the 2013 Tubey Awards.
The comings and goings of cast members to and from hit British TV shows keeps a-rollin’…
The 2013 Primetime Emmy© nominations were announced this morning, and a bevy of British talent was among the nominees. Congratulations to everyone!
Woo hoo! Add another name to the growing list of major celebs joining the casts of mega-hit British TV programs. Specifically, Mark Gatiss, who will be joining the fourth-season cast of Game of Thrones, a UK/US co-production.
It’s been a month since the third season of Game of Thrones ended, and many a fan has been suffering the agony of having to wait until 2014 for the fantastical drama to continue. But there’s more than episode replays,
The Writers Guild of America, East and West (WGAE and WGAW), recently announced the 101 Best Written TV Series of All Time, and ten of the programs are British productions or co-productions. Kudos and congratulations to them and to all
Jimmy Fallon is one seriously funny guy. His talent for spoofing the spoofable of pop culture went epic during this past Friday’s show, when he and others from his Late Night program parodied the phenom fantasy series Game of Thrones.