Rest easy, Sherlock fans - the BBC series starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman is not facing an imminent and untimely demise.
"Doctor Who" gets ready for its annual Christmas adventure, and guest star Justin Chatwin promises to make it an especially superheroic event.
Although the showrunner is leaving the BBC America show after its upcoming tenth season, he doesn't think Capaldi's doctor will leave with him.
The "Captain America: Civil War" star is reportedly circling the lead role of Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde in a movie version of the 2007 BBC series "Jekyll."
Benedict Cumberbatch poses alongside a surprising companion in a new photo from the upcoming fourth series of BBC's "Sherlock."
Lucas will follow up his appearance in "The Husbands of River Song" with a more regular role in next year's "Doctor Who" Season 10.
Showrunner Steven Moffat says it would be "refreshing" and "amazing" to have two black leads on "Doctor Who."
BBC's adaptation of the hit IDW series has filled out its cast, which already includes Samuel Barnett and Elijah Wood.
"Star Wars'" John Boyega and "X-Men's" James McAvoy will co-star in the BBC/Netflix's "Watership Down," alongside Nicolas Hoult and Ben Kingsley.
Marks has joined the series as Amanda Brotzman, Todd's sister and "a former rebellious punk and fun gal, now sick, sidelined by a genetic disorder."
The "Jupiter Ascending" alum will appear as Dirk Gently himself opposite Elijah Wood, who will play Gently’s reluctant assistant Todd.
Elijah Wood ("the Lord of the Rings" trilogy) has boarded BBC America's eight-episode "Dirk Gently" adaptation.
"The Twelfth Doctor" artist talks to CBR about her time in the TARDIS, as well as the unexpected fan art she received from Peter Capaldi himself.
The actor reveals he's been asked to stick around following the departure next season of head writer Steven Moffat.