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Sherlock Officially Returning for Season 4

Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch

Sherlock will return for another four installments in 2015, including a Christmas special, Entertainment Weekly reports. The BBC series, starring Benedict Cumberbatch andMartin Freeman, will begin production on a special one-off episode and a three-episode fourth season next year.

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Game of Thrones Power Shift: Tyrion Makes a Demand; Stannis Plays His Hand

Peter Dinklage

On Sunday's Game of Thrones, King's Landing held its regicide trial, which included at least one surprise guest on the witness stand. And although Tyrion was in the weakest position possible, he was able to surprise everyone. His situation may not have improved, but at least he now has a say in his fate. Who else took control? Who slipped? TVGuide.com breaks down the power shifts in "The Laws of Gods and Men": read more

Sherlock Finale: Bosses Answer Burning Questions About Mary, Moriarty and Season 4

Benedict Cumberbatch

On the season finale of Sherlock on Sunday, the intrepid consulting detective was thrown for a loop not just once, but three times. We turned to series producers Steven Moffat and Sue Vertue as well as Amanda Abbington for answers. read more

Weekend Review: TCM Goes to the Oscars, Sherlock's "Last Vow"

Decorative statue at the 2013 Governors Awards

"It's a room full of excitement. It's a room full of sweat," recalls Ellen Burstyn, who won her Oscar in 1975 for Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore. "It's your bar mitzvah times a million," says director-writer Jason Reitman, a four-time nominee (Up in the Air, Juno) who remembers getting over his loss with a post-show visit to In-N-Out Burger. (My kind of guy.) "It's a bit like being in a car crash. Everything slows down, everything goes into slow motion," Helen Mirren reflects on the moment her name was read when she won in 2007 for The Queen.

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Sherlock Wedding: Meet Watson's Bride Mary

Amanda Abbington, Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch

You are cordially invited to share in the celebration as John Watson and Mary Morston are united in marriage. As long as you meet the best man's standards, that is. read more

Which "Big" Game of Thrones Role Has Been Recast for Season 4?

Hafthor Julius Bjornsson

Game of Thrones is going through another recasting.

Hafthor Julius Bjornsson has been cast as Gregor Clegane, better known as the Mountain, the Icelandic actor announced on Twitter.

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Game of Thrones Casts Treme, Nashville Alum... As Daario Naharis?

Michiel Huisman

Treme and Nashville star Michiel Huisman is trading in New Orleans and the Music City for Westeros. The actor has joined Game of Thrones' fourth season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Rome Alum Indira Varma Joins Game of Thrones

Indira Varma

Rome alum Indira Varma is joining the cast of Game of Thrones, Entertainment Weekly reports.

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Sherlock Season 3 Scoop: A Wedding and More Highlights From Comic-Con

Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman

Sherlock Holmes will return from the dead next season to tackle his most formidable job yet — that of best man.

The news was revealed in a rough-cut clip for the first-ever Sherlock panel at Comic-Con in San Diego on Thursday. Although executive producer Sue Vertue implored fans to not reveal the... read more

The Weekend Playlist: Maron on IFC, Diana Rigg on Doctor Who, Bletchley

Diana Rigg in Dr. Who (l), Game of Thrones(r)

"You're just not for everybody," comedic curmudgeon Marc Maron is told — by the more popular TV clown (at least among a comic-store backroom of Twitter nerds) Dave Foley, who plays a rather unflattering version of his real self, as does Maron, in IFC's new dark-side-of-laughter comedy series Maron (Friday, 10/9c). Sunnier than FX's Louie if only by virtue of being filmed in California, the sardonically squirm-inducing Maron alternates between slice-of-rant sitcom and self-obsessed podcast from the comedian's garage, where he vents on his unhappy personal life, his diarrhea-prone cats and his unruly, taunting Twitter following: "Who are these people? Don't they have lives?" You might well ask the same about Maron, although if he was happy (shades of Louie) there'd be no show.

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