Think of all the possibilities.
Think of all the possibilities.
Our DVRs are salivating.
Tatiana Maslany’s Sarah Manning surrenders in the two-minute cold open from Orphan Black’s second season finale, exclusively on BuzzFeed.
Welcome to the club, Tony. Spoilers ahead.
The star of FX’s critically adored Terriers and now Fox’s Batman origin story, Gotham, Donal Logue is the consummate character actor, one finally poised to receive his due.
Kathryn Alexandre has been in every episode of Orphan Black, but you don’t know her face. The show’s clone double speaks about the behind-the-scenes role of a lifetime.
Before the Season 2 premiere on April 19, here’s a refresher on where we left off with all of the clones.
Let’s break down the eight hints embedded in this all-new poster for Orphan Black’s second season, shall we?
In its 51-year history, Doctor Who has featured not only 13 actors but a slew of wardrobe changes, which reflect not only the incarnation of the character but also the times in which we live.
Actress Tatiana Maslany plays several genetically identical clones in this series, but that doesn’t mean one doesn’t clearly stand out above the rest.
Whether you’re looking for an excuse to stay in on New Year’s Eve, or something to distract you from your New Year’s Day hangover, here are 15 TV marathons to indulge in over the holiday.
Yes, returning shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Good Wife, Borgen, Parenthood, and others were aces this year. But this is all about the newcomers.
Idris Elba-led crime drama Luther returns to BBC America tonight for its final four-episode season, but what about Alice? The following contains spoilers for the full season of Luther, which aired earlier this year in the U.K.
The BAFTA-winning actress stars opposite David Tennant in BBC America’s spellbinding murder mystery Broadchurch. She talks about jumping from comedy to drama, Peep Show, working with David Tennant and Matt Smith, and more.
After much speculation, BBC has finally named Number Twelve. Peter Capaldi will take over as the Doctor from Matt Smith, who will depart the role in this year’s Christmas Special. Now updated with comment from Russell T Davies.
Join BuzzFeed in a collective freak-out about the Emmys overlooking Julianna Margulies, Tatiana Maslany, Zooey Deschanel, John Slattery, and many more.
If it were up to professional geeks like Oswalt and Damon Lindelof, Maslany would win all the Emmys. “I don’t even know what it means,” Maslany says about the groundswell of support for her and the BBC America show.
The star of Orphan Black already has Emmy buzz after a 10 episode season.
There’s a lot on already — hello, crazy season of Real Housewives of New Jersey! But there is still plenty of great television to come. Here are 24 new and returning shows, arranged chronologically by premiere date.
This sci-fi show on BBC America is fantastic — get on it. Here’s an interview with Tatiana Maslany, its star, and its co-creators.
There are more than a million different species of animals on Earth, so here’s a place to start. Check out these ten little-known amazing facts about animals, then watch the U.S. premiere of the original uncut series Planet Earth to see up-close the first snow leopard hunting, the first blue bird of paradise displaying in the wild… and the vampire squid from hell! All Earth Day weekend (Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22) only on BBC AMERICA.
Although most of the planet has been discovered and well-documented, there’s still plenty of places that remain relatively unknown, and for no good reason. Read about ten of the most gorgeous and overlooked places in the world, and then check out the U.S. premiere of the original uncut series Planet Earth, all Earth Day weekend (Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22) only on BBC AMERICA.
Tired of the same-old meals day in and day out? Then perhaps it’s time to hunt yourself a manicou. To see how chefs like Madison Cowan prepare a giant tree rat and much more, check out NO KITCHEN REQUIRED, airing Tuesdays at 10/9c only on BBC AMERICA.
Despite the proliferation of humans and technology, there are a surprising number of communities around the globe that remain almost entirely untouched by modern civilization. Their traditions may appear indecipherable to us, but it’s likely they’ve existed much longer than our own. With the help of three adventurous chefs, you can get an up-close look at some of the world’s remotest cultures and their fascinating cuisine on NO KITCHEN REQUIRED, premiering Tuesday, April 3 at 10/9c only on BBC AMERICA.
Taking a look at this list, you’d probably never, ever want to eat any of these foods. However, if you read between the
eyes lines, most of them are popular in their respective regions for pretty good reasons. To see how three fearless chefs use local specialties like these to create culturally-inspired dishes in the most remote and exotic locations in the world, tune into the premiere of NO KITCHEN REQUIRED, on Tuesday, April 3 at 10/9c only on BBC AMERICA.
The British are coming! I wish my other commute was a TARDIS.