Morning Briefing

Sherlock wins Best Drama BAFTA

BBC series Sherlock has beaten fellow dramas Misfits and Downton Abbey to take the Best Drama series award at the BAFTA Television Awards over the weekend.

Timberlake and Samberg reprise SNL characters

Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg will reprise their infamous ‘D**k in a Box’ characters for a new sketch on Saturday Night Live. The pair introduced their characters in a 2006 episode of the comedy series, with the R&B love song spoof.

Madonna covered again on Glee

The cast of Glee will once again pay tribute to Madonna in the second season finale this year. The cast will cover the singer’s ‘I Love New York’ track.

Sherlock actor joins The Hobbit

Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch has joined the cast of The Hobbit alongside his Sherlock cast-mate Martin Freeman. The actor, who portrays the famous detective in the new TV One series, will join Sir Ian McKellen, Stephen Fry and Hugo Weaving in New Zealand for the film’s production.

Prison Break actor cast in The Transporter

Former Prison Break actor Chris Vance has been cast as the lead in the new Transporter TV series, adapted from the Jason Statham films of the same name.

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  • AF

    Watched Shrerlock last night.  Like Misfits it is 100% engaging (can’t speak for Downton Abbey but everyone else swears by it) – once you start watching you can’t stop.  Snappy dialogue, good acting, a little off-beat / quirky and understatedly funny in parts (as only the British can do).  Good stuff!!  It is one of very few shows on series link on the Magic TV box……hopefully we see more of the modern British dramas on our screens.

  • Roger

    Also watched Sherlock and thought it was great. Even better when i found it wasnt a 1 off.