Doctor Who (2000s)
Director James Strong reveals how the opening episode of the new season showcases the biggest stunt sequence the show has done so far and an army of the the weirdest aliens yet, and considers directing his fourth leading lady on the show so far as Catherine Tate returns as Donna Noble…
The fans demanded it, and the producers delivered! Actor Paul McGilllion discusses his return as the much-loved Dr Carson Beckett returns from the dead at the close of Season 4…
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
We talk to the former Beverly Hills 90210 star Brian Austin Green, and then he and producer Josh Friedman look ahead to Season 2
Battlestar Galactica (2000s)
Special effects supervisor Andrew Chamberlayne exposes the explosive spectacles in Season 4, and reveals the problems making a Viper fly…
Actor AJ Buckley reveals how he’s made the shift from guest star to regular member of the New York team… and gained a girlfriend in the process!
Star Jennifer Love Hewitt reflects on the changes her psychic character Melinda Gordon underwent in Season 2, as personal tragedy ate away at her innocence and forced her to accept the responsibilities that come with her gift
Primetime Canterbury’s Law
ER star Juliana Margulies returns to the small screen as an unconventional lawyer – one who’s willing to twist the law for the sake of her clients, and to find her missing child
The big issues of the moment assessed: This issue, we wonder why we accept the gay jibes of Gene Hunt, the intolerant 1980s cop of Ashes to Ashes, as period detail, but would be shocked if he was realistically racist.
As the 1960s draw to a close in our ongoing history of television, we welcome a cop show with a straight-forward approach that would keep it running right through the 1970s, Hawaii Five-O.