Look away from the news. Here’s my two-part pandemic plan: 1. Stay home as much as possible, and 2. Watch lots of British TV. Join me, won’t you?
A new comedy, The Offenders, is coming to the BBC from Stephen Merchant…and will include Christopher Walken.
BBC Two’s drama Mrs. America: Trailer.
BBC drama The Capture will get a second series.
Mathew Horne suggests that there might still be more Gavin & Stacey.
Producers are really trying to make Strictly Come Dancing 2020 happen.
ITV series Kate & Koji has been recommissioned for a second series.
When will seasons 4-5 of Outlander be on Netflix?
There might be an After Life Christmas special.
Alan Partridge will return…in podcast form.
People really want Netflix to make another season of Anne with an E.
I wish I could learn Shakespeare from Martin Freeman and science from Jodie Whittaker.
Steven Moffat says he is done writing for Doctor Who.
Fiona Shaw will play a large role in series two of Baptiste.
The National Theatre has been offering free streaming of plays featuring actors like Tom Hiddleston.
New BBC boss Tim Davie “has the business savvy” to save the Beebs, say insiders. Of course I want only the best for the BBC, but the phrase “business savvy” always makes me nervous.
POSSIBLE SPOILERS: Has a major bombshell about the new Bond movie No Time to Die been leaked?
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