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Samuel Anderson To Play Doctor Who’s Male Companion In Season 8 | TV News

  Former Emmerdale actor Samuel Anderson has been enlisted to play the Doctor’s new companion in the forthcoming season of Doctor Who. Peter Capaldi will be playing the Doctor for the upcoming season, depicting a more sinister version of the time lord than seen in precious seasons.   Samuel Anderson will play teacher Danny Pink from The Coal Hill School. There[…]

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‘Heroes’ TV Series Is Making A Comeback | TV News

  Award-winning action packed TV series Heroes that launched the career of actors such as Hayden Panettiere is set to return. A new 13 part mini-series will be a collaborative effort between NBC and creator Tom Kring due to air in 2015. The show will be called Heroes Reborn and will feature appearances from the show’s original cast members along with[…]

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Clive Owen Stars As Brutal Doctor In Period Drama ‘The Knick’ | TV Show

  Award-winning actor Clive Owen is to play a New York City surgeon in new drama series set in the 1900s titled The Knick. The TV programme, filmed in ‘Knickerbocker Hospital’ as revealed in the teaser below, covers a time when antibiotics and modern medicine did not exist and the doctors are shown as butchers in their reckless approach to[…]

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Jada Pinkett Smith Joins Cast Of ‘Gotham’ TV Show | TV News

  Jada Pinkett Smith has joined the cast of FOX’s upcoming TV show Gotham. Set to play the role of a villain with the ability to read and understand people’s emotions and thoughts, Smith will be a crime boss called Fish Mooney. It has been claimed that Mooney is an original character created for the actor however previous characters cast[…]

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Reveal Deleted Scenes From Season Three | TV News

  Game Of Thrones fans no longer has to buy the DVD box set to see the deleted scenes from last season’s show. Exclusive scenes from the latest DVD which was released on February 18 have now been posted on YouTube with fans of the series now able to watch fifteen minutes of deleted and extended scenes on the video[…]

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