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Ricky Gervais has had his fair share of funny characters over the years. From the iconic David Brent of BBC’s The Office to his latest title character of Netflix’s Derek, there’s always a certain quality to his characters that get us falling to the floor in laughter.
Stopping by BBC’s The Graham Norton Show star of the upcoming Terminator: Genysis film as well as the Mother of Dragons, Emilia Clarke shared some interesting tidbits about her experience on set of HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones.
It took a little time, but the BBC program Top Gear has finally found a host to replace ousted lead Jeremy Clarkson. On Tuesday, the network announced the famous name who will take up the Top Gear mantle for the new season.
It’s quite possible that no talk show host has nearly as much fun doing their job as Graham Norton. On a recent show he had both 80’s pop queen Cyndi Lauper and Family Guy creator and man of many voices, Seth Macfarlane as guests. So there’s really only one thing to do, have the characters from Family Guy sing selections from Cyndi Lauper’s Greatest Hits.
The controversy regarding Top Gear host, Jeremy Clarkson has clearly hit the brakes on the show. However, the BBC announced that they will, in the very least, release a new episode cobbled together from the last shoot to cap-off the short-changed Season 22.
The remaining Top Gear hosts, Richard Hammond and James May have stood by the side of their former co-host Jeremy Clarkson after his firing. But now, the stakes are a bit higher, as the duo are being offered a crazy amount of money to go on without him.
The global appeal for Doctor Who is probably the strongest it’s ever been, and one would think that the return of one of the series’ most popular characters in the contemporary era, John Barrowman’s Captain Jack Harkness would be a no-brainer.
The Doctor Who that’s currently seen on television may be a revival of the classic series that ran from 1963 to 1989, but it hasn’t forgotten its roots, and current leading man Peter Capaldi is keen on a particular character from the show’s classic years returning in the future after a decades-long absence.
The world’s most adorable goofball has been playing up his lovable sense of humor any instance he gets lately. And this time around, Pratt joined a few other stars on the BBC talk show The Graham Norton Show, and when prompted about a certain guilty pleasure British reality TV show, Pratt had to show off what he’d learned.
Although the U.S. reality TV landscape isn't exactly full of class acts, I’m not sure we’ll ever get to the point where we’re pitting poor people against one another for shits and giggles. Such is the case at the BBC, where their newest idea is getting compared to The Hunger Games.
The Doctor has made had his fair share of friends and allies over the course of Doctor Who’s 50+ year history, but not all of them have made it though their adventures with him alive. However, one of these deceased characters will be returning for the show’s new season.
Jeremy Clarkson has been in the news a lot lately, thanks to the brouhaha surrounding his exit from the popular BBC series Top Gear. In the aftermath of Clarkson’s exit from the show, the TV personality has been a bit more reflective than reactive.
Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who recently celebrated its 10th Anniversary on the air. Over the past decade, the show has become a popular series worldwide, bringing together fans of different ages, from different countries. The show is certifiably a success, and Moffat recently revealed there is more to come.
Doctor Who and Sherlock are currently two of the most popular British TV shows in the world, and both are run by the same guy: Steven Moffat. Because they’re under the same leadership, fans have wondered for years about a way to join the two shows in a crossover.
Tempers have flared all over the place when it comes to how former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson was handled by BBC director general Tony Hall, But it appears someone has taken things far more personally than most, sending Hall death threats.