Yes, I will admit it, despite the innate shame I feel: I was a part…
Debuting 10 years ago, Sherlock Holmes would go onto spawn many more seasons and reach more than 11 million viewers in later series.
Guy Ritchie and Matthew Vaughn Launch Initiative to Improve BAME Representation in UK Film and Television
The initiative, Set Access, is a programme based within the UK that intends to promote a wider representation within the creative workforce.
From the creator’s of Sherlock, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss are working on a new Dracula miniseries.
The film is a spin on the classic Sherlock tale, and promises to be full of laughs and parody.
With Stranger Things, Doctor Who and Game of Thrones all airing, how will your 2017 TV favourites fare?
The encore screening of Cumberbatch’s Hamlet will be the first National Theatre Live event to take place at the student-run cinema.
Ellis Murrell examines if, and how, Sherlock could still rise from the ashes.
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There are many problems with Sherlock’s apparent last outing, claims Lisa Veiber.
Outspoken and unapologetic, Channel 4’s female-led cop drama makes a welcome return.
An exciting new NST Youth Production; GoT’s Jason Momoa; and the final problem…
A ‘relentless hellfire of misery and despair’, but all the better for it, says Ellis Murrell.