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The idea is that the remaining episodes will now run uninterrupted, one a week until they catch up with the US and match them all the way to the finale.
Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong are just the people I want to see writing a police drama set in London, not least because of their sterling work on Chris Morris’ Four Lions. For Babylon, they’ve teamed up with Danny Boyle.
Channel 4 have made it official, announcing that Agents of SHIELD will return to UK screens in March. When in March? They can’t confirm just yet. SHIELD will be returning to Channel 4 most likely in March (exact date tbc). …
Tonight, the Agents of SHIELD returns to ABC with a key episode and viewers will finally find out how Coulson came back from the dead (or not).
Including Kevin Eldon’s evaluation of his own… um… acting choices and Graham Linehan’s tour of the set.
I’ve been looking forward to Derren Brown’s new TV show since it was first announced. This trailer will explain the premise quite succinctly.
These will be the final eight episodes and take place some twelve months after the storm that got everything going in the first place. Could its effects about to expire?
An extremely cut down version of this just premiered at the end of Agents of SHIELD.
Just before the first commercial break in tonight’s Channel 4 broadcast of Agents of SHIELD, there was a little scene with Ron Glass…
This Friday night marks the end of The IT Crowd with one final special. Except, in may respects it doesn’t look special, it looks like IT Crowd business as usual, and I’m glad about it.
Revise For The One Tiny Bit Of Agents Of SHIELD’s Pilot To Require Prior Knowledge From The Marvel Movieverse
Ahead of the premiere of Agents of SHIELD, happening this Tuesday evening in the US, this Friday in the UK, I thought I better get the totally unprepared up to speed.
Some little Agents of SHIELD pieces: clips, info on the second episode, and scheduling confirmation.
Also: the UK screening date has been set and it’s just a few days after the US. Brilliant.
Scripted and devised by Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, the creators of Peep Show and Fresh Meat and screenwriters on the superb Four Lions.
It felt like a Sky acquisition waiting to happen but Uncle Rupert didn’t get the goods this time.
Of late, American TV has found much inspiration in the British TV market. Not so much for shows that succeed like The Office, or fail like Skins, Inbetweeners, etc, but the TV talent, quiz and reality shows. Often pionoeered in …