Before Netflix's "Grace and Frankie" made headlines by daring to pair seventysomething leads in a sitcom, there was "Last Tango in Halifax," and for that matter, "Vicious," both PBS series starring…
The taboo here isn't that the main characters played by Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi are gay, it's that they fall far outside the 18-49 demo.
Derek Jacobi continues his march toward adorable PBS mascot status, with the one-two punch of returning drama "Last Tango in Halifax" and the premiere of "Vicious," a new sitcom co-starring Ian…
Having long been viewed as TV’s version of the Dowager Countess, PBS appears to relish being the belle of the ball. Speaking at the TV Critics Assn. tour, PBS President-CEO Paula Kerger touted the…
The first footage of Nicole Kidman's "Grace of Monaco" has debuted, two months ahead of its U.S. opening.
An enchanting six-part series about lost love, missed opportunities and second chances, one can hardly imagine such a project getting greenlit by a U.S. commercial network.
PBS also announced that it had acquired the third season of BBC Worldwide's "Call the Midwife," as well as the first season of British drama "Last Tango in Halifax," starring Derek Jacobi.
The Weinstein Co. has closed a deal for U.S. distribution rights to Olivier Dahan’s Grace Kelly biopic “Grace of Monaco” and set a Dec. 27 opening in limited release. Nicole Kidman stars as Kelly and…
U.K. free-to-air web ITV is to produce gay sitcom "Vicious," starring Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi, and written by Gary Janetti, whose credits include "Will & Grace" and "Family Guy."
John Cleese has joined the cast of Jason Connery's indie romantic comedy "Of Corset's Mine," opposite Derek Jacobi, Christine Baranski, Camilla Belle and William Mosely.
The Royal Shakespeare Company hit "Matilda, The Musical" -- now previewing in the West End -- and a slew of U.K. road shows emerged as the big winners at the 2011 Theater Awards U.K. kudo ceremony.