The following is a guest post. Television networks have long known that similar shows get crossover fans. That’s why NBC had a Thursday sitcom block for the longest time—to maintain the audience from one half-hour segment to the next.
The following is a guest post. Doctor Who is back on hiatus, and it’s a long one. We’re not talking Sherlock long, but still… August/September is a long ways off!
The following is a guest post. Spoiler alert: This is a review of The Time of the Doctor so naturally it contains spoilers. You’ve been warned.
The following is a guest post. Fifty years ago, the BBC had a scheduling problem that really hasn’t changed in five decades. What can you schedule on Saturday evening that won’t lose the afternoon sports crowd or alienate the teens for whom night programming is geared?
The following is a guest post. One of the fun things about being a Whovian is that in addition to the actual show, there is a huge assortment of supplemental material. We’ve got books, audio adventures, fan-fiction… pretty much everything.
The following is a guest post. Recently I asked Carmen, my superb British television blogger, to write a blog post about why Americans have to wait so long for new British TV shows to hit our shores. Keep in mind, we could have inserted the name of just about any other country outside the U.K. […]
The following is a guest post. I’ve been in the UK for a month now and in that time, I crossed several “must-see” things off my list that I’ve never gotten to before, including my first trip to Scotland.