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Mark Feb. 6 on your calendars and put the Bolly on ice, sweetie darlings, because Patsy and Edina are coming back to the small screen.
WASHINGTON — NPR’s quiz show “Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me” is making the leap from radio to television. The show debuts Friday evening on BBC America. The first show… More
NEW YORK –NPR’s “Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me” is coming to TV for the first time. The comedic radio quiz show will debut on BBC America with a year-in-review… More
Our newest feature, “Why You Should Watch?” recommends shows that can and should fit into any TV viewers’ busy schedule, but may have fallen into their DVR blind spot or… More
Our newest feature, “Why You Should Watch,” spotlights shows that can and should fit into any TV viewers’ busy schedule, but may have fallen into their DVR blind spot or… More
By Lisa Baertlein (Reuters) – Welcome to McDonald’s, would you like some TV with that? McDonald’s Corp will roll out a high-definition television channel to nearly 800 restaurants in southern… More
“Fab” news for fans of seriously funny TV. “Absolutely Fabulous” is back! The outrageous duo of Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley will resurrect their booze-tastic characters Edina Monsoon and Patsy… More
By John Sellers NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – “Doctor Who” returns to BBC and BBC America this Saturday to burn off the remaining six episodes of the series’ sixth season. But… More
Debuting tonight at 10/9c, BBC America’s new drama “The Hour” uses the backdrop of a 1950s BBC newsroom to explore class, gender politics, espionage and corruption in Cold War-era England…. More