No Doctor Who fan is ready to say goodbye to Peter Capaldi, though we’ll thankfully have no less than three Doctors to help him off. See One meet Twelve in a first clip from 2017 Christmas special “Twice Upon a Time,” and feel free to add your own TARDIS design critique.
Out of the ice, and into the fire. Just hours after Game of Thrones wrapped Season 7 with a fiery twist, Kit Harington is getting into even more explosive trouble with a first look at The BBC’s new Gunpowder miniseries, chronicling the infamous Guy Fawkes Gunpowder Plot.
In all the excitement of Doctor Who naming Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor, we forgot a Christmas special has to get us there! See the first trailer from Comic-Con 2017, as Peter Capaldi’s Twelve Meets David Bradley’s One (with bonus Bill!) in “Twice Upon a Time.”
If you thought Sherlock liked his long coats and high collars, just wait until you meet Steven Moffat’s Dracula. The team behind Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman’s beloved detective drama has set their sights on one of horror’s most enduring icons, and in a familiar format.
Game of Thrones Season 7 has us deeper in the dark than ever, but there may yet be corners of George R.R. Martin’s books to explore. Sherlock star Mark Gatiss confirms that Braavos’ Iron Bank-er Tycho Nestoris will have a role in Season 7, and possibly beyond.
Who knew that it would take the infamous Gunpowder Plot to bring Game of Thrones and The Leftovers together? That’s the report on Kit Harington’s now-greenlit Gunpowder miniseries, as Liv Tyler and Sherlock star Mark Gatiss join the former Lord Commander in key roles.
Sherlock may not have ended its second Season 4 installment with a major death (at least not one we saw), but boy, if “The Lying Detective” didn’t re-contextualize the year’s major threat. Our first trailer for Season 4 finale “The Final Problem” confirms [SPOILER]’s survival, but does our new big bad mean [OTHER SPOILER] is gone for good?
Just a few days’ time will see Sherlock making a long-awaited return with “The Six Thatchers,” but fans still feel a certain unease with Season 4's air of finality. We’ve heard Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and Steven Moffat weighing in, and now star and writer Mark Gatiss says Sherlock could run another decade … but probably won’t.
Now that the finale of Sherlock Season 4 has turned into a theatrical event, it’s high-time we got some new footage. Thankfully, The BBC obliges with a dark new trailer for Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman’s return, complete with mysterious declarations of love.