Attention Clone Club: The new trailer for Season 3 of Orphan Black is here.
Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, lots of people have turned their attention to wondering what's in that tennis-racket-shaped wrapped gift under the Christmas tree. However, Doctor Who fans have a different question on their minds: Will Clara Oswald remain on the series as the Doctor's companion?
The bad news is Orphan Black won't return for several long, cold months. The good news is the show is adding some great talent to its expanding roster for Season 3.
You cannot kill Idris Elba. Well, except for that one time.
The actor is set to reprise his role as detective John Luther, a man whose "brilliant mind can't always save him from the dangerous violence of his passions," in a new Luther miniseries, the BBC announced Wednesday.
It's official! When the Doctor returns next season, he'll still be wearing Peter Capaldi's face. Current Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat confirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter on Monday. Unfortunately, he was less forthcoming about Jenna Coleman's future in the TARDIS.
The bloody good (and just plain bloody) British period drama Peaky Blinders has been renewed for a third season by BBC Two. According to Variety, Netflix will be the exclusive home to Season 3, streaming it in the U.S. after it airs in the U.K.
It's hard work being a savior.Just ask Jason (Jack Donnelly), who will continue his adventures with his pals -- the roly-poly Hercules and young Pythagoras (Mark Addy, Robert Emms) -- when Atlantis returns for its second season on Saturday (9/8c, BBC America).
Santa Claus is coming to town in this year's Doctor Who Christmas special.
Everyone needs someone they can trust — even the head of one of the most elite spy agencies in the world!
That's the premise of this exclusive sneak peek from...
/tvshows/doctor-who/332337" target="_blank">Doctor Who debut on Saturday (8/7c, BBC America) when he officially takes over Time Lord duties as the Twelfth Doctor. Capaldi's dark, dangerous Doctor stands in stark contrast to the young, quirky men who proceeded him, but don't expect showrunner Steven Moffat to go out of his way to endear you to the new Doctor's style.
"It's just fun when the Doctor's new," Moffat told reporters during the New York stop of the Who World Tour...
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