Benedict Cumberbatch is having an even brighter moment in the spotlight with Doctor Strange and an upcoming SNL gig, so what better time to shore up Sherlock’s return? The world’s most handsome detective (sorry, Batman) is officially returning for Season 4 in early 2017, and has the perfect hangover cure.
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Now that production on Orphan Black’s fifth and – gulp – final season is underway, #CloneClub is officially opening its doors to fans. See for yourself, as Season 5 confirms the new and returning cast (including our mysterious P.T. Westmoreland), and offers a sneak peek of filming!
We haven’t even made it through Halloween yet, but why wait for Doctor Who to get us in the mood for Christmas? The TARDIS is back on the scene and taking aim at superheroes, as The BBC releases a new preview for 2016 Christmas special “The Return of Doctor Mysterio,” along with a first synopsis.
Doctor Who has historically done well with its event screenings, and it’s only fair one of the franchise’s biggest “lost” episodes gets equal opportunity. Fifty years from its premiere, Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks will get a theatrical release, featuring bonus interviews with the original cast.
Few were surprised to see Orphan Black closing up shop after a proposed fifth season, though star Tatiana Maslany‘’s deserved Emmy win perhaps complicated feelings of saying goodbye. In any case, the cast is all smiles as the fifth and final season kicks off production, sharing the first photos.
There’s no need to wait until 2017 – Doctor Who is back! Or, he will be this Christmas, so get a first look at this year’s Christmas special “The Return of Doctor Mysterio” with a new trailer and photo. What super-shenanigans has Steven Moffat cooked up in his final year as showrunner?
The Doctor won’t make a habit of popping by The BBC’s forthcoming Doctor Who spinoff Class, but our beloved Time Lord certainly looms large over its first trailer. Time has seen your face, and Time never forgets in the spooky first look at our young-adult companion series, Class!
Sherlock fans have had a long time to prepare for the idea that Benedict Cumberbatch’s ever-expanding career might not leave much space for regular seasons, and the upcoming fourth might mark a major endpoint. Cumberbatch suggest Sherlock Season 4 is “the end of an era,” and “pretty hard to follow on immediately.”
We’ll see the main man of Doctor Who himself at both New York Comic-Con and the upcoming Class premiere, but what of the series? It’ll be back at Christmas for a new special to lead into Season 10, as new details tease Shameless star Justin Chatwin in a super role.
Doctor Who spinoff Class will debut abroad much sooner than Season 10’s actual premiere, and ahead of a New York Comic-Con bow, a first look is already here. Go inside Coal Hill with two new featurettes from the spinoff series, including a look at Peter Capaldi back in action.