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.
Ten years, ten formidable enemies, all of time and space to duke it out. Check out the list of the ten best villains from the last 10 years of Doctor Who!
Today, several outlets are reporting that Jeremy Clarkson is getting fired by the BBC. The problems on set have become very public at this point, and now multiple outlets say that the BBC has made the decision to cut Jeremy Clarkson from the Top Gear lineup.
Things just keep looking worse for Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson. Now, he’s come out of the wood works to rant about the suspension, claiming he will be fired from the series when it’s all over. Check out the rant.
Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson's recent suspension hasn't been handled lightly by his fans, who are clamoring for him to come back, and co-presenters Richard Hammond and James May are reportedly refusing to film any more episodes without him involved.
Fans have dying to know what the reason is for the archaic duds in the 2015 Sherlock episode. Well, we finally have the answer: it’s an out-of-continuity story!
For everyone thinking that Downton Abbey would be the only place to find densely packed British ensemble casts on TV this year, you’re in luck. The BBC One has unveiled the first trailer for the drama The Casual Vacancy, based on the first adult novel from Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling.
In November, Benedict Cumberbatch announced his engagement to actress Sophie Hunter, remarkably in a newspaper announcement. But recently the film and TV actor revealed that there is one role that has definitely gotten in the way of wedding planning: Sherlock Holmes.
The BBC is teaming up with The Weinstein Company to bring this massive tale to life in miniseries format. First announced last year, the six-part project has cast quite a few actors to fill the plethora of roles.
Bestselling author J.K. Rowling following the Harry Potter era by delving into adult novels, and one of them is getting turned into a small screen drama. Find out more.
Benedict Cumberbatch has been a busy man over the past few years, taking roles in big budget films like Star Trek Into Darkness and The Imitation Game. But, in true Cumberbatch fashion, he has stayed humble, appreciating the breakout role that paved the way for his fame.
There’s a lot of mystery surrounding the upcoming Sherlock special. However, this week Sherlock producer Sue Vertue announced the special is currently filming, giving fans a couple of awesome photos that shed a little light on the 2015 episode of the hit series. Just check out John Watson and Sherlock Holmes in this brand new photo.