The Doctor Who Experience, located near where the popular BBC series films, is set to close this summer.
The limited series focuses on the failed attempt to blow up the House of Lords in Britain, which made Guy Fawkes (or at least his face) famous.
Michael Hinman tackles a topic that shouldn’t even be controversial at all in 2017.
It seems the wager confidence in James Bond actor Ben Whishaw is slipping in favor of the Oscar-winning actress.
Chris Chibnall has to finish up ‘Broadchurch,’ take a vacation, and then maybe by summer he’ll start thinking about it.
While two actors from the James Bond film franchise have been mentioned, there is some speculation Chris Chibnall could reach into the past.
His departure will come at the same time as showrunner’s Steven Moffat.
Not many details are known about Millie Bobby Brown’s character, but it could be the first step to bringing the 12-year-old into true superstardom.
Former showrunner Bryan Fuller hints that the one-time NBC favorite could return with limited, ‘occasional’ seasons.
Co-creator says no, while the two stars kind of point in the direction of a yes.
The new season of ‘Sherlock’ comes to PBS in the United States on Jan. 1.
The two-hour special will be available on Netflix Dec. 23, with the full second season ready to go in May.
PLUS: More details emerge, including what New York will be like in this new future, and how some past character favorites have changed.
FX hasn’t set a premiere date yet, but the series has looked for influences from deep into Europe in order to bring ‘Taboo’ to life.
Tommy Steele could’ve been the next Doctor after William Hartnell, instead of ‘cosmic hobo’ Patrick Troughton.