Say it isn’t so! But alas, ’tis true, as Stephen Fry is stepping down as the host of the brilliant and gut-bustingly-funny panel show QI.
Here’s the thing about animated series such as Danger Mouse: Adults love them as much as children, which is why Lena Headey and John Oliver are adding their voices to the Danger Mouse reboot.
If William Shakespeare were alive today, I think he would be chuffed that Shakespeare’s Globe has embraced streaming technology and is now bringing many of the theatre’s productions to audiences in the States via video on demand.
‘Tis much ado about Globe On Screen, because its 2014 North American Season brings Roger Allam, Stephen Fry, Mark Rylance, and other British screen and stage actors in Shakespeare productions to select cinemas in the US and Canada starting next
For hours of aristocratic fun and hijinks, head to Acorn TV when the subscription video-on-demand service begins its exclusive screening of hit Brit comedy Blandings: Series 2 in the US next week. But wait, there’s more! Jeeves & Wooster is coming
The British are coming! The British are coming! Actually, they — British actors — are already here, and more are joining or returning to the ranks of Hollywood and appearing in American TV shows debuting in the next few months.
“Good evening, good evening, good evening, good evening, good evening.” That’s me, doing my impression of Stephen Fry when he hosts the gut-bustingly funny British quiz show, QI.