Fans complained that there weren’t enough episodes of JK Rowling’s Cormoran Strike
The first adaptation of Rowling’s Cormoran Strike novels (written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith) was a three-episode affair, but follow up The Silkworm and latest adaptation Career of Evil are both just two episodes long.
Fans have been gripped by Career of Evil part one and already wish they could have even more time with Tom Burke and Holliday Grainger’s Strike and Robin.
David Tennant got everybody VERY excited about Good Omens
The Doctor Who star is playing a devilish rogue in the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s novel and he’s really hyping it up.
“It’s quite hard tonally to get a grip on what Good Omens is, because it’s this very unique world that comes from Terry and Neil’s novel and from the scripts, which Neil has adapted pretty faithfully from that novel,” Tennant told The Herald.
“I think it’s quite unlike anything I’ve ever been in before and possibly anything many people have seen before.
The BBC’s drama boss promised plenty of female Doctor Who writers for series 11
“Having a diverse team on that show feels appropriate, important and essential,” said Piers Wenger, who told Broadcast that “a number” of the scripts from Chris Chibnall’s first Who series are by female writers.
And Darren Criss wowed viewers as Andrew Cunanan in The Assassination of Gianni Versace
It’s a long way from Glee the 28-year-old actor has come, trading in his Warblers blazer and taking on a very sinister role. Criss plays the man who allegedly shot and killed Versace in 1997, and his performance left viewers in awe.
What did you think of the first episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace?