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Sam Raimi To Debut ‘The Evil Dead’ TV Series In 2015 | TV News

  Starz has confirmed that it has ordered a ten-episode series based on the cult classic horror franchise The Evil Dead titled Ash vs The Evil Dead. It has also be confirmed that Sam Raimi will be returning to direct the series and that Bruce Campbell will return as reluctant hero Ash. Sam Raimi will be teaming up with writers, Ivan[…]

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Critics Applaud Peter Capaldi For His Interpretation Of ‘Doctor Who’ | TV News

  “This has been a cracking series, with the show back to its darkly compelling best and Capaldi – clever, complex and unpredictably otherworldly – making the role truly his own“, said one TV critic after series number eight of ‘Doctor Who’ climaxed this past Saturday night. Peter Capadi was Doctor number 12 and one that will not be forgotten.[…]

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Bridget Christie Discusses ‘Funny Feminism’ And FGM With The Observer | Interviews

  Bridget Christie, winner of the 2013 Edinburgh Comedy Award is interviewed by Alex Clark of The Observer as they talk about the success of her latest show: An Ungrateful Woman, which has already sold out. They also discuss her previous work Bic for Her. The highlighted context of the interview is the subject concerning complex natures of an audience,[…]

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Trailer For ‘Doctor Who’ Christmas Special Unveiled | TV Trailer

  The first official trailer for the Doctor Who Christmas special has been released today (November 9). The trailer shows Peter Capaldi as the Doctor coming face to face with a sinister evil, and the episode will feature an appearance from a jolly Santa Claus. Capaldi will be joined by his faithful companion Clara (Jenna Coleman) in the special episode,[…]

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BBC Urged To Increase Arts Programming By Melvyn Bragg | TV News

  Melvyn Bragg begs the question, are the general public more engaged in the arts or football? It seems a wonderful 51% of the general public get their arty pants on in the UK, but Bragg still believes the arts is marginalized by the BBC. adding that “I do think the BBC could do more but I’ve always thought the[…]

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