…which starts filming later this year. The film is set to air on National Geographic Channel in 2015.
It’s week one without Outlander, but here are some pictures for you to ease the pain. Continue reading Outlander – “Withdrawal Symptoms” Photos
Still from World Screen MIPCOM Edition Magazine. Obviously, all the rights belong to ITV catalogue.
Poldark returns and that’s reason enough to be glad! 😀
HBO released the trailer of the mini-series Olive Kitteridge based on Pulitzer Prize winning novel of the same name. It airs on HBO Nov. 2 and 3. Enjoy! Continue reading Olive Kitteridge – Trailer
…as a limited series. According to Hollywood Reporter (see the whole news here), the stars of the series are… Continue reading John Le Carre’s The Night Manager adapted for the small screen
Darren Star, creator of Sex and the City, is ready to make his return to the small screen with a brand new production YOUNGER. Continue reading Younger “You’re Only as Old as You Say” comes to TV Land
The official BBC2 Facebook Page has just released the first image of Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III. Continue reading Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III
Last I was here, I was Claire Randall. Then Claire Beauchamp. Then Claire Fraser,”
Starz did it again. Last night’s episode was a blast!
If there is a better way to leave the viewers wanting for more, then I want to know what it is. The episode was everything you wished and hoped for in a (mid-)season finale: romance, fights, highlanders, adventure, emotions, twists and turn and an excellent dialogue. Fast-paced, unlike some previous episodes, “Both Sides Now” changed the rules of the game and gave the viewers the preview of a “darker season 2” (actually a second half) as Ronald D. Moore had already announced.
Spoilers below…read only if you have seen the episode. Continue reading Outlander “Both Sides Now” Review (Mid-Season Finale)
Yes! and that’s a GREAT Mid-season finale!!!