Everyone knows cats love pizza.
Benedict Cumberbatch, as the next major actor to play the character in Shakespeare’s classic history play, was on hand, and read at the funeral.
Albus sent you, hallelujah
Cause Dark Lord Funk gonna give it to you
It’s Saturday night, and we takin’ Hogwarts
Don’t believe me just watch….
Make a headmaster retire man…
With news that PBS is losing their Downton infusion at the end of next year, Moffat decided it might be time to pipe up about another show the channel shares with the UK, on the same sort of “delayed” format.
He might have accepted it when it was something everyone was doing, but if there’s not going to be other shows that have ludicrously long delays attached to them because it helps the ratings along, he’d rather them not do that to his show, thank you very much. The two should air simultaneously, or at least as simultaneously as it can, like BBC One and BBC America do with his other show, Doctor Who.
“I really, really do think it should,” he said. “I think it’s absolute bloody nonsense. The audience is not prepared to wait. [Somebody] recently said, ‘If I want something and it’s not available, I think it’s the vendor’s fault.’ With Doctor Who we pretty much have that – certainly with Britain and America, it comes out the same day. Doing that ended an awful lot of the piracy. Yes, it should be. But that’s a question for PBS Masterpiece.”
Now, PBS was doing that to Downton because the majority of the audience wasn’t the type to go streaming or pirating the show ahead of time during the three-month gap. Sherlock audiences are different though. they’re younger, savvier, and less willing to wait. Delaying the airing to a dead time in network and basic cable competition doesn’t produce the same huge ratings windfall that Downton does.
What’s better than Joy Division? How about mashing them up with Teletubbies drained of all color?
This mash up was inspired by the above photo of the TeleTubbies (which everyone will remember was the brightest candiest colored TV show of the 90s), drained into a creepy black and white horror concept. Now let us commence with the shoe gaze.
Endgame is coming. Benioff and Weiss continue to hold firm that this show will be 70 episodes, not more, and not less. That means we only have 30 more hours to wrap this up in.