Christopher Eccleston, once the 9th Doctor on “Doctor Who,” now stars as Maurice Scott in THE A WORD on SundanceTV. Here he chats about reuniting with his long-time friend Pooky Quesnel (who plays his on-screen love interest), his multiple collaborations with Executive Producer/Writer Peter Bowker, and what he hopes THE A WORD will communicates to audiences.
I really had to make Waruu’s plight my own, so whenever Waruu speaks of ‘his people’ I was thinking of my people…
Executive producer Patrick Spence discusses how he and co-executive producer/writer Peter Bowker got THE A WORD off the ground, what the setting’s beautiful but rugged landscape of the Lake District means to the story, and why communication is at the center of everything in THE A WORD.
Critics are calling CLEVERMAN an “exciting” series that “defies expectations” with “a lot to set it apart” from the supernatural entertainment pack.
SundanceTV and ABC TV announced that a second season of CLEVERMAN — the epic genre drama — will go into production in Australia later this year. The announcement comes just as Season 1 of the series kicks off in the U.S. and Australia.
In the not-so-distant future, a not-quite-human species long thought to exist only in indigenous Australian mythology has recently been discovered living in tribes deep in the outback.
SundanceTV’s Australian supernatural drama CLEVERMAN premieres on Wednesday, Jun. 1 at 10/9c! You can watch the series’ trailer online now at sundance.tv. Meanwhile, IndieWire, The Guardian and others get stoked for the “unique”, “wickedly exciting” new series.
In Marseille, France, former Pink Panther member Milan Celik steals 15 million euro in diamonds from a jewelry store with accomplices Borisav and Rajko. Borisav accidentally shoots and kills a young girl while fleeing.
Milan follows Zlatko (Igor Bencina) to a barber shop. Zlatko gets a haircut. Milomir (Nikola Djuricko) tells Zlatko that he’s not comfortable traveling to London with so few bodyguards.
He’s not just Jorah Mormont on “Game of Thrones.”
Before THE LAST PANTHERS series finale on Wed., May 18 at 10/9c, see what the critics are saying about the latest episode, which Vulture calls “the most focused and accomplished to date.”
We’ve got 10 ways for you to get ready for THE LAST PANTHERS finale, including a chance to win a David Bowie vinyl, a sneak peek at the finale and full episodes available online.
She gave quite the performance on “The Missing.”
In Bosnia, 1995: A young Milan and Adnan watch an envoy of U.N. vehicles snake along a road near their village. Michael radios Naomi from his U.N. vehicle and receives no response.
A cop stops Milan and Dragan as they hitchhike through Germany. Milan attacks the cop and escapes with Dragan.
SundanceTV explores the world of organized crime with the upcoming U.S. premiere of the acclaimed Italian series.
Riveting international drama series THE A WORD will premiere for American audiences on Wed., Jul. 13 at 10/9c on SundanceTV.
Khalil stakes out Georges’ gym and sees Mokhtar in the doorway. Naomi meets with her diamond-hunting team, which includes her ex-husband Michael Farnborough.
RECTIFY writer Coleman Herbert joined the writing team on Season 2 Episode 1. Currently in the midst of working on Season 4, Herbert took a moment away from production to answer some questions on his own writing rituals and his thoughts on the final season.
By May 12, 1916, the rebellion long squashed, trials and executions of Irish republican leadership have been carried out for ten days to growing outrage.
On the third day of fighting, rebels still hold isolated positions as more British soldiers arrive to crush them.
Electronic musician Clark, who scored THE LAST PANTHERS and whose albums are released by Warp Records, talks about his latest collaboration with director Johan Renck and Warp Films, his process for turning the score into a standalone solo record, and his favorite track on the album.
REBELLION premiered last night on the hundredth anniversary of Ireland’s Easter Rising, with new episodes of the mini-series airing tonight at 9/8c on SundanceTV. If you’re not caught up, you can watch it online now at sundance.tv. Meanwhile, critics are pointing viewers toward the “clear-eyed” series for its “beauty and power”.
REBELLION Director Aku Louhimies discusses discusses his “Scandinavian” approach to directing and how his nationality worked to his advantage.
On the brink of WWI, Elizabeth Butler (Charlie Murphy), May Lacy (Sarah Greene) and Frances O’Flaherty (Ruth Bradley) perform a musical at a Dublin theatre. A bell later tolls, signaling that Britain is at war.