While CBS' 'Elementary' recently had some exciting news of its own, details of the BBC's 'Sherlock' season 3 continue to leak out as the acclaimed modern-day adaptation goes before cameras. The latest 'Sherlock' news to hit reveals that the second episode of the upcoming series will bear the title "The Sign of Three," but does its significance suggest an appearance from a famed literary character? Get the latest 'Sherlock' spoilers inside!
'Doctor Who' fans have been waiting a long time to return to series 7, even with the recent Christmas special "The Snowmen" that officially introduced the Doctor (Matt Smith) to his new companion Clara Oswin Oswald (Jenna-Louise Coleman). Now, with the Doctor's return set for March 30, The BBC has released a roaring new image of the Doctor and Clara to accompany premiere episode "The Bells of St. John," complete with new enemies the Spoonheads and a host of spoilers for the season!
For all the overseas talent that doesn't get its due recognition at award ceremonies like the Emmys, 'Doctor Who' has long been one of our favorites. Recently, 'Doctor Who' and 'Lord of the Rings' fans alike were delighted to hear that interest had been expressed back and forth for director Peter Jackson to helm a New Zealand-based 'Doctor Who' episode, but could it actually happen? And when would the episode shoot?
Things have been mostly quiet on the 'Doctor Who' front, even as the hotly-anticipated seventh series looms in the fall. Some big changes are in store for the Doctor and his companions, but the more things change, the more they stay the same. After all, the Daleks will be back in full force force, with the premiere titled 'The Asylum of the Daleks!' The first official photo has leaked, and there might be a fiery end for one character, but who?
After all, isn't it about time that the UK stole a TV show from us, rather than the other way around? All kidding aside, it looks like The BBC's upcoming post-zombie uprising drama will borrow less from AMC's pop culture smash 'The Walking Dead,' and more from UK's own hit zombie "Rom-Zom-Com" 'Shaun of the Dead.'