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If you’re unfamiliar, here’s how it works: we pit beloved British celebrities, in tournaments of 32 men and 32 women, against each other, and each week, you’ll vote for the winners in a set of matchups, whittling down the fields until there is one man and one woman standing, the British Man and Woman of 2014.
Hello Whovians! Did you miss Doctor Who episode 9 ‘Flatline’ last night and now you’re scrambling about with a brain full of pudding trying to figure out where to watch it? No worries, for here we have an extensive list of all the places you can watch Doctor Who after the episode has premiered. Crazy list-action go!
Get Doctor Who On Demand
Doctor Who episodes will appear on BBC America on-demand on the following platforms usually the day after premiere (in HD where available):
Bright House Communications
Cox Advanced TV
DISH and DishAnywhere.com
Time Warner Cable
XFINITY On Demand and Xfinity.com/TV (Comcast)
Briston Tennessee Essential Services
GCI Cable Inc.
Still can’t find it on-demand?
If BBC America On Demand is not available in your area, please contact your television service provider and tell them you’d like to receive it.
That’s all from us, we’re happy that everyone enjoyed Flatline and we’ll continue to tag our spoilers throughout the week for those catching up!
Hello Whovians! Here’s a friendly reminder that we’ll be posting everyone’s gorgeous gifs, edits, fanart and reactions to Doctor Who episode 9 ‘Flatline’ as they happen between 9 and 10 pm ET.
What that also means is that anyone who’s not watching along with us might be susceptible to the worst Doctor Who monster of them all: SPOILERS.
If you’re on mobile or can’t install tumblr savior or x-kit, we promise we won’t mind if you unfollow us during the hour and refollow us after you’ve seen the episode.
And if you plan on watching along with us, hello! There’s only about 2 hours left, so that gives everyone enough time to make some popcorn and get the sofa ready (sofas are safe, right?) and banish everyone from the living room in preparation for 9/8c!
In case you missed it. 30 minutes to go!
Ahead of Doctor Who’s season finale, we’ll kick off a three-week run of the Emmy-winning series Sherlock on Saturday, November 8.
Don’t miss Sherlock: “A Study in Pink” at followed by Doctor Who: “Death in Heaven” on Saturday, November 8th on BBC America.
BBC AMERICA today announced a new original co-production, the five-part miniseries London Spy, created by acclaimed best-selling author Tom Rob Smith (Child 44), co-produced with BBC Two and produced by Working Title Television.
The gripping, contemporary, emotional thriller stars Ben Whishaw (The Hour, Skyfall, Bright Star) as Danny, an innocent, young romantic drawn into a dangerous world of espionage. He is joined by Academy Award-winning Jim Broadbent (Moulin Rouge!, Bridget Jones’ Diary, Harry Potter), British actress Charlotte Rampling OBE, whose recent role in Restless in 2012 saw her receive an Emmy Award nomination, and newcomer Edward Holcroft (Wolf Hall).
London Spy is the story of a chance romance between two people from very different worlds, one from the headquarters of the Secret Intelligence Service, the other from a world of clubbing and youthful excess.
Danny (Whishaw) – gregarious, hedonistic, romantic and adrift, falls for the anti-social enigmatic and brilliant Alex (Holcroft). Just as the two of them realize that they’re perfect for each other, Alex disappears. Danny, utterly ill-equipped to take on the complex and codified world of British espionage, must decide whether he’s prepared to fight for the truth.
Read the entire press release here.
Happy first week of Orphan Black season 3 production, #CloneClub!
Season three plunges the clone sisterhood into unexpected territory with the realization that they’re not alone. Just when they thought they knew their enemies and allies, season three reveals our clones are more vulnerable than ever before. Highly trained, identical male-soldiers raise more questions than answers. Who are these new clones? Who created them? And more importantly, why do they exist? Sarah, Cosima, Alison and Helena are stronger together than they are apart, but this season will put that bond to the test. Will they forge towards their truth, or fall at the feet of those who seek to control them?
Welcome back to the trip.
Today is a bittersweet sort of day here at BBC America, as a dear friend and colleague will be moving on to new and exciting things after 10 1/2 years with us!
Some of you may not know Rory personally. Some of you may have received a pun-filled e-mail from him to congratulate you on winning a prize from the Doctor Who tumblr; hemay have left you a nice comment on your Cophine Youtube video, or you may have met him at the BBC America booth at Comic Con!
There’s not many people who will drop everything they’re doing to help whenever you need it. Rory is one of the loveliest people we’ve had the honor of working with, and we’re going to miss seeing him every day.
So Allons-y Rory!
Enjoy this new journey!
And never forget how special you are (because There Is Only One Of You).
We’re so excited for all of the new possibilities open to you, and #Thank You Rory for being a wonderful friend!
More NEW IMAGES from Doctor Who episode 9 ‘Flatline”, premiering Saturday October 18th at 9/8c on BBC America.
NEW IMAGES from Doctor Who episode 9 ‘Flatline’, premiering Saturday October 18th at 9/8c on BBC America.