You know the article on Benedict Cumberbatch in Entertainment Weekly?
Yeah, which edition is it?
The one with cast of ‘Smash’ or the upcoming Hunger Games or WHICH ONE OMG I WANNA BUY THE MAG ONLY BECAUSE OF HIM
Note to all Cumberbitches: You can drool over Benedict Cumberbatch by buying our latest issue, the one with Catching Fire’s Katniss and Finnick on the cover. It’s currently on newsstands (in the U.S.).Read More
Sorry, Cumberbitches — the start of production on the third cycle of this detective drama has been moved from January to March. Sources say the shift was necessary to accommodate the busy schedules of the show’s breakout stars, Benedict Cumberbatch (who’s filming Star Trek 2) and Martin Freeman (starring in The Hobbit).Read More
You can argue about your favorite snubs (and, sure, Community and Fringe are among mine), but if you look at the entire list of Emmy nominations, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (probably by coincidence and chance) spread a lot of love to many of the right shows and the right stars.
Speaking of snubs, we were crossing our fingers hoping there would be a YouTube parody of TLC’s “No Scrubs” about Emmy snubs. Unfortunately, that doesn’t exist yet (as far as we know). We did find this, however.Read More
Friday Night Lights scored a touchdown at the 27th Annual TCA Awards. The DirecTV/NBC series was named Program of the Year by the Television Critics Association at a ceremony held Saturday evening at The Beverly Hilton.
The event, which was hosted by Parks and Recreation scene-stealer Nick Offerman, honored HBO’s Game of Thrones with the Outstanding New Program title. ABC’s Modern Family took the award for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy for the second year in a row, while Mad Men topped Outstanding Achievement in Drama for the third time. AMC’s ’60s series also garnered star Jon Hamm honors for Individual Achievement in Drama.
Offerman, meanwhile, did not go home empty-handed. He and Modern Family‘s Ty Burrell both won Individual Achievement in Comedy.
Oprah Winfrey received the Career Achievement Award for 25 influential seasons of The Oprah Winfrey Show. The Dick Van Dyke Show was honored with the Heritage Award, which was accepted by creator Carl Reiner and stars Rose Marie and Larry Mathews.
Individual Achievement in Drama: Jon Hamm (Mad Men, AMC)
Individual Achievement in Comedy: Ty Burrell (Modern Family, ABC) and Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation, NBC)
Outstanding Achievement in News and Information: Restrepo (National Geographic Channel)
Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming: Amazing Race (CBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming: Sesame Street (PBS)
Outstanding New Program: Game of Thrones (HBO)
Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials: Masterpiece: Sherlock (PBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Drama: Mad Men (AMC)
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy: Modern Family (ABC)
Career Achievement Award: Oprah Winfrey
Heritage Award: The Dick Van Dyke ShowRead More
Today after the BBC re-aired the final Sherlock episode The Great Game, the announcer said that the series would continue…. next year.
Both “Moriarty” and “NEXT YEAR” were quickly turning up on trending topics on Twitter for the UK area.
Sue Vertue, producer of Sherlock, replied to the outrage via her Twitter, saying:
As the team is currently still filming, the delay doesn’t come as a big surprise but it’s still bad news for fans who have waited for the conclusion of the famous cliffhanger of season one for over a year now.
More waiting? Any recommendations of what to watch in the meantime, ONTD?
Here are the first two movie posters from the Warner Bros. Sherlock Holmes sequel. The first trailer from the much anticipated movie is expected to be released later this week. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows stars Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Naomi Rapace, Jared Harris, Stephen Fry and will be in theaters December 16, 2011.