David Tennant and the writer of Paddington 2 launch a new crop of BBC comedies

British sitcoms have been increasingly making their way across the pond—and not just old episodes of Are You being Served? that your mom watches on Sunday afternoons while casually mentioning she’d find it a hoot if you called her “mum.” There’s a robust market for distinctly British humor, and it’s about to get some…

Logan's Dafne Keen to star in new His Dark Materials adaptation

According to Deadline, Tom Hooper has tapped Logan star Dafne Keen to star in the BBC’s new event series adaptation of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials saga. The project has been in the works since 2016, but with Hooper—who also directed The King’s Speech—on board, it seems to be moving a bit quicker now. The plan…

Recapture that old Great British Bake Off feeling with this teaser for Mary, Mel, and Sue's new Christmas special

There’s a particular vibe that powered previous seasons of former BBC mega-hit The Great British Bake Off, a chummy silliness—largely provided by presenters Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc—that blended in a very satisfying way with judge Mary Berry’s warmly encouraging approach to evaluating the show’s crop of reality…

Comedian Jimmy Carr knows what British show you’re going to be obsessed with in 6 months

Whether it be long-running sci-fi juggernauts, nuanced crime-dramas, or addictive reality competitions, British TV has a long history of finding success in the States. For stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr, BBC’s comedy series White Gold is next in line. In the video above, Carr talks about his love for the show and why he…

Doctor Who gets some new friends, including a male companion 

Its been months since the BBC announced that Jodie Whittaker will be the new star of Doctor Who, and though we’ve heard a lot about sexist idiots who can’t handle the Doctor being a woman, we haven’t heard anything about Whittaker’s supporting cast. Now, though, the BBC has revealed a few of the 13th Doctor’s “new…

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