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Atlantis Exclusive Sneak Peek: Jason and Hercules vs. the Hunting Lions!

Jack Donnelly, Mark Addy, Robert Emms

In the lost city of Atlantis, almost anything is possible ... read more

Sacha Baron Cohen Stuns Britannia Awards Audience with Controversial Murder Skit

Sacha Baron Cohen

Sacha Baron Cohen horrified the audience at the Britannia Awards Saturday night with a controversial skit in which he — very convincingly — pretended to murder an elderly woman on stage.

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Orphan Black Adds Nashville, Nikita Actors for Season 2

Michiel Huisman

Michael Huisman might just have as many alter egos as Orphan Black's protagonist Sarah (Tatiana Maslany).

The actor, who can currently be seen on Nashville and will appear... read more

Copper Canceled After Two Seasons

Copper

BBC America has canceled Copper after two seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The series... read more

Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany Teases Season 2, Discusses Emmy Snub

Orphan Black

After only 10 episodes, Orphan Black made quite an impression on viewers, which makes the eight-month wait for Season 2 that much more difficult.

Over the course of its first season, Orphan Black weaved a tale of mystery and intrigue as to why a group of clones — all played brilliantly by Tatiana Maslany — came into existence and who is pulling the strings. Ultimately, Cosima's digging uncovered that each clone was actually trademarked, making them intellectual property of the Neolutionists with no control over their own lives.

Orphan Black Season 2 Scoop: New clones and Cosima's illness

Suffice it to say, the question of freedom will be raised in the upcoming second season, which goes back into production at the end of September. TVGuide.com caught up with Maslany on the set of Parks and Recreation — where she'll appear as a love interest for Aziz Ansari's Tom — to get the scoop on what's in store for each of the clones, including poor Alison, who inadvertently signed her life away in the finale. The 27-year-old actress also discusses the... read more

Review: Broadchurch the Best of British TV

David Tennant and Olivia Colman

Who killed Danny Latimer?

In BBC America's shattering and brilliantly paced eight-episode Broadchurch (Wednesdays at 10/9c), a high point of a summer already teeming with terrific drama, you'll get a solution in a lot less time than it took The Killing to reveal the murderer of Rosie Larsen, and with considerably more cumulative emotional impact. (Although given The Killing's creative rebound this season, we'll stop with the unflattering comparisons.) I can't recall a mystery series moving me as frequently and profoundly as Broadchurch's masterful and sensitively rendered study of poisonous suspicion ...

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Who Is the New Doctor Who?

Peter Capaldi

Oscar winner Peter Capaldi will play the 12th Doctor Who, BBC announced Sunday during the live special Dr. Who Live: The Next Doctor.

"It's so wonderful not to keep this secret any longer," Capaldi said during the special, which aired worldwide. "For a while I couldn't... read more

David Bradley Enjoyed "Every Moment" Playing Game of Thrones' Red Wedding Host

David Bradley

David Bradley isn't worried after playing Walder Frey, one of the most despicable characters on Game of Thrones.

"I'm not exactly watching my back," the actor said at the Television Critics Association fall previews for BBC America on Thursday. Frey played host to the Red Wedding, the moniker for the infamous massacre ...

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Orphan Black Season 2 Scoop: New Clones and Cosima's Illness

Kristian Bruun, Tatiana Maslany

Tatiana Maslany better catch up on her sleep. Season 2 of Orphan Black is going to keep her even busier than before.

At the Comic-Con panel for BBC America's cult favorite sci-fi series, co-creator John Fawcett revealed that the clones club is expanding. "I'm not surprised if we unveiled a few more clones in Season 2," he said to the audience's very vocal approval. "I don't think that's letting the cat out of the bag."

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Copper Exclusive: Can a Counterfeiter Take Down the Sixth Precinct?

Lee Tergesen

The copppers of Five Points may have met their match.

On Sunday's all-new Copper (10/9c, BBC America), Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones) and his men are faced with a new kind of criminal, a professional counterfeiter by the name of Philomen Keating (guest star Lee Tergesen).

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