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‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’ Cast Weigh In on Likely New Direction With Mary at the Helm

[This story contains mild spoilers to Downton Abbey: A New Era.] After 2019’s Downton Abbey movie and now its sequel, Downton Abbey: A New Era, there’s the scent of succession in the air as Michelle Dockery’s Lady Mary is being positioned to run the estate, with the blessing of Dame Maggie Smith’s Dowager Countess of […]

Why Julian Fellowes Wanted to Disrupt ‘Downton Abbey’ in the Movie Sequel — and Where the Franchise Could Go Next

The future looks hopeful for Downton Abbey. After six seasons on television and one cinematic outing (2019’s Downton Abbey feature, which focused on a royal visit to the estate), the extended Grantham family above and below stairs is now forced to move with the times, as they were in 1928, for the movie’s sequel now […]

Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley’s ‘Cabaret’ Rules 2022 Olivier Awards

Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley have won best actor and best actress in a musical at the 2022 Olivier Awards in London for their roles as the Emcee and Sally Bowles in the West End revival of Cabaret. This freshest reinvention of the 1966 Kander & Ebb classic also won best musical revival, while Rebecca […]

‘Succession’ Composer Nicholas Britell Is as Obsessed With Those Memes as You

Nicholas Britell talks about the internet's obsession with his HBO title tune and the explosion of clips on social media, like the one of Kermit the Frog dancing in perfect synchronicity.

Aisling Bea, Sharon Horgan on Why Hulu’s ‘This Way Up’ Is Not ‘New Girl’ With Depression

Aisling Bea and Sharon Horgan discuss new Hulu comedy-drama 'This Way Up’ and why it is not ‘New Girl’ with depression.

‘Lion King’ Voice Star Beyoncé, Jay-Z Mingle With Prince Harry, Meghan Markle at European Premiere

It may have been a cinematic date night for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as they attended Sunday's European premiere for Disney's revamped 'The Lion King,' but Beyoncé Knowles-Carter maintained top billing, arriving after the royal couple.

Taika Waititi to Guest-Star in IFC/Channel 4 Comedy Series ‘Year of the Rabbit’

Taika Waitiki is stepping in front of the camera again, albeit just for one episode of the upcoming IFC and Channel 4 sitcom 'Year of the Rabbit.'

New ‘Wallace & Gromit’ Project in Works, Says Nick Park

'Wallace & Gromit' should be back on screens in the next couple of years, with creator Nick Park revealing he has ideas for a few new adventures for the calamitous team.

George Clooney on Disney’s Hulu Deal and This “Absurd Time” in Politics

George Clooney in London, where he attended the U.K. premiere of Hulu/Channel 4's 'Catch-22,' shared his thoughts on Walt Disney Co.'s deal to take full control of Hulu and this "absurd time" in politics.

‘Killing Eve’ Executive Producer Says Eventual Ending Isn’t Mapped Out Yet

The clue may have always been there in the title, but launching season 2 of Killing Eve for a U.K. audience Tuesday night in London, executive producer Sally Woodward Gentle said the eventual ending of the BBC and BBC America hit show has actually not been mapped out yet.

‘Killing Eve’ and ‘Patrick Melrose’ Dominate at BAFTA TV Awards

Female assassins, disgraced politicians, drug addicts and personal protection jockeyed for position on Sunday night in London, as the BAFTA TV Awards – the U.K.'s equivalent of the Emmys – welcomed the biggest names from the small screen across the Atlantic.

BAFTA Nominees Spike Lee, Phil Lord, Chris Miller Talk Career Lessons, Diversity

BAFTA nominees, including Spike Lee, spent the day before Sunday's film awards sharing key insights on their industry with peers and those from new talent schemes invited to BAFTA headquarters in London.