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Top Gear has been slowly but surely coming together over at the BBC for the past several months. Following the news that Chris Evans would be the host of the series, the network decided to go ahead and keep the same format and sign on other hosts to flesh out the series a bit more.
With infamy, comes the rumor mill, including allegations that Jeremy Clarkson was off his rocker and possibly even dealing with an alcohol problem around the time he punched Oison Tymon in the faceósomething Jimmy Fallon can likely sympathize with. Now, James May is coming out to defend his TV partner.
One of the most frustratingly fantastic TV series still producing new material nowadays is definitely Sherlock. In the years since itís debut in 2010, only ten episodes and three seasons have aired. Unfortunately for fans of the show, there's still a bit of a wait before a Season 4.
We expect reveals like these to come from shows from all different kinds of genres, including big name programs like Pimp My Ride. However, I wasnít expecting former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson to come out and explain in detail that a segment the show created was 100% rigged.
It takes a lot of time, effort and planning to get a new series off of the ground. And when a new show is rising from the ashes of an old show, things can get even more complicated. At least, thatís what seems to be happening on the set of the BBCís Top Gear.
When Top Gear returns to the BBC, itís going to look a whole lot different than it did in years past. The network made this abundantly clear when they signed on radio host Chris Evans as the lead host on the popular series. For a while, it looked as if he might be hosting solo in the new series...
The singer recently decided to enter an Adele impersonator contest to see how she stacked up with the competition, and the results are as hilarious as you would expect. Check the video out for yourself.
Well, itís taken the better part of a year for this, but itís finally happening. Jeremy Clarkson is now in the middle of a lawsuit over the altercation that first got him suspended and then fired from the hit auto series Top Gear.
New Line Cinema is getting into the TV business, and the company has a really large project planned for its first big foray onto the small screen. This morning, the company announced plans to produce a series based on His Dark Materials, the beloved childrenís series by Phillip Pullman.
No show is ever completely safe when it comes to staying on the air, and Doctor Who is not the cheapest to produce. Showrunner Steven Moffat, however, is not too worried about the future of the series. Here's what he had to say.
Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat opens up about how the BBC program has been designed to endure through the years whereas many other shows simply were not built for such longevity.
Weíve known for a while now that Sherlock is producing a special episode. Now, we finally have a date for the Sherlock special, along with a timeline for when Season 4 will hit the schedule. But first things first.
The relationship between Jeremy Clarkson and the BBC hasnít been great since the network ultimately opted to fire its star from Top Gear a few months ago. While at one point Clarkson was even locked out of his old set, he will be returning to the BBC for this.
The nature of TV is constantly changing, but as more and more people invest in binge-watching services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and others, the networks are looking for ways to catch up. Recently, BBC Director General Tony Hall said he would like to get the BBC into the binge-watching game.
For many, whale watching can sometimes be one of the most rewarding pastimes. Just ask the BBCís Steve Backshall, who completely went apeshit Ė or is it whaleshit? Ė during a segment taping for the docu-series Big Blue Live when an actual blue whale surprises everyone by swimming around nearby.