Say a word. Is it connected to the mystery in BBC America’s version of Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency? According to this teaser, probably!
The latest stab at adapting Douglas Adams’ detective story comes to BBC America this fall, and it’s a bit more frenetic-looking than the book. In a press event, we talked to the cast, executive producer Robert Cooper, and writer Max Landis about what made them do this show.
BBC America’s version of Douglas Adams’ Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency is the latest entry in what is becoming a genre all its own these days: Know-it-all British men barging into normal people’s lives and dragging them into adventures.
At the Orphan Black panel at Comic-Con on Friday, Orphan Black co-creator John Fawcett said the most obvious and yet the most wonderful thing about the show’s fifth and final season: “The focus of season five, obviously, is we all want answers, goddammit.”
With the fourth season already over, Orphan Black decided to have a bit of fun at its Comic-Con panel. In addition to forcing the actors to ad-lib scenes as their characters, BBC America released a blooper reel which has got to be a constant problem for Tatiana Maslany,.
Sad news, Clone Club. Ahead of Orphan Black’s season four finale tonight, BBC America has confirmed the show will be back for another season—but it will also be its last.
Orphan Black is returning to BBC America this coming Thursday, and to get ready for it, they’ve released the first four minutes of the premiere.
They tell you almost nothing!
Following in the footsteps of The Walking Dead and Sons of Anarchy, season four of Orphan Black will enjoy the after show treatment. The actual TV series will blow your mind for an hour, and another half-hour talk show will be spent trying to help you put your brain back together.
BBC America’s US adaptation of Douglas Adams’ beloved Dirk Gently novels has found the holistic detective’s irascible sidekick Todd. Wait. Who the hell is Todd?
There’s a lot of “whoa, what?” moments in this fast-paced Orphan Black trailer, and honestly, it’s a little confusing at times. But I’ll be damned if it’s not trippy as hell.
This is pretty awesome - the official BBC America twitter feed shared this short, stop motion video created by Lawrence Becker. His caption is fitting: We’re all just stories in the end.
We’ve known since last year that BBC America were working on bringing a new version of Douglas Adam’s holistic detective to U.S. shores—but now it’s official: BBC America have announced that they’ve greenlit Dirk Gently for an order of eight episodes.
Live-tweeting while watching a TV show is standard practice these days, but BBC America is taking it a bit further: upcoming repeats of Doctor Who will have fan-generated social media popping up during the episodes. Granted it’ll be network-approved, previously posted Tweets and stuff, so don’t expect your erotic…
The BBC has released a new teaser for the The Magician’s Apprentice, the first episode of Doctor Who’s 9th Season. People are looking for the doctor, there’s creepy hands growing in the dirt, there’s a gladiator fight and a bit more. Business as usual for the Doctor!
The much-anticipated adaptation of Susannah Clarke’s Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell is finally coming to US shores this weekend. But how hard was it to bring this Regency world of magic and moral ambiguity to television? We sat down with series writer Peter Harness to learn more about making Strange & Norrell.
I've never paid for live television, and Sling TV wasn't changing my mind. The $20-a-month app that streams live TV on the internet just didn't have anything that interested me. But then, a bombshell: AMC is coming to Sling TV too. The Walking Dead. Mad Men. Better Call Saul. I could watch them when my friends do.
BBC America has released an image of a brand new clone for Orphan Black's new third season, and you're going to want to see this insanity. Spoilers ahead!
It's almost time to welcome back the magnificent clone drama Orphan Black and we are absolutely mad with anticipation. And now the first image from the new season and interview with show creator Graeme Manson has raised our Season Three expectations even higher. Spoilers!
We finally get to see at least one of the titular characters in action in the first clip of the BBC's adaptation of Susanna Clarke's best-selling novel. Bertie Carvel seem pretty perfect, don't you think?