Steven Knight, the creator of Peaky Blinders, has helmed the BBC's new take on Charles Dickens' cautionary tale, and it's dark, gritty and pretty terrifying, by the looks of it.
The first episode of the new dramatisation of Philip Pullman's beloved His Dark Materials aired on BBC One last night.
Starring James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, Lin-Manuel Miranda and 'Logan' star Dafne Keen in the lead role it’s the first episode of an eight-part series.
Poirot legend David Suchet and Peaky Blinders star Helen McCrory have joined the voice cast of the BBC and HBO's star-studded fantasy drama His Dark Materials.
Andrew Scott, known to many as the "hot priest" from season 2 of "Fleabag," has joined the cast of the "His Dark Materials" adaptation at HBO. The announcement was made via a tweet on the series' official Twitter account which shows Scott on set with Lin Manuel Miranda, who is set to play Lee Scoresby […]
Ahead of its fifth series, Steven Knight says 'Peaky Blinders' always ensures that the consequences of violence are felt by the characters.
Helen McCrory has branded the new series of Peaky Blinders 'disgustingly violent', and said that she had to look away during some scenes.
The BBC has given us our first look at Danish actor Claes Bang, the star of the new adaptation of the classic vampire tale Dracula.
Letitia Wright and John Boyega head an all-star British cast in Steve McQueen’s upcoming anthology series, “Small Axe,” one of the most eagerly anticipated dramas coming out of Britain, where it will air on the BBC. Amazon has already snagged the show for the U.S. The series from the Oscar-winning director of “12 Years a […]
Jed Mercurio, the writer and creator of Bodyguard, has confirmed that talks are taking place for a second season of the BBC drama.
Fans of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's hugely popular spy thriller took to Twitter to slam the show for its 'misleading' romantic subtext.
The BBC, ITV and Channel 4 are said to be in talks to create a new joint streaming service to take on the likes of Amazon and Netflix.
A look back at what makes 'Training' the greatest ever episode of The Office. From Brent's musical interludes to Tim's ever-increasing frustration.