You, Me & Them will be returning for it’s second series on Wednesday 8th April 2015 at 10pm on UKTV’s Gold! (Sky – 110, Virgin Media -126) Cazie has kindly uploaded the episode 1 trailer onto YouTube for us:
We have no information other than this at the moment, however Gold’s ‘You, Me & Them’ page is due to be updated shortly.
In the lead up to series 2, Gold will be repeating an episode from series 1 every Tuesday (starting this evening), at 11pm – for more information on this, visit the ‘You, Me & Them’ episode viewing schedule here. If you don’t have Gold, you can purchase the series 1 DVD, either from Acorn Media or Amazon.
As images, trailers and articles are released they will be posted – be sure to like us on Facebook for instant updates!
The Broadchurch finale was amazing, and had many raving reviews! If you missed the episode, you can watch it here on ITV Player. At the end of the finale, ITV revealed that Broadchurch will be returning for a third series! No cast members other than David Tennant and Olivia Colman have been confirmed to be in the third series as of yet, however there will be an update on this as soon as information becomes available:
Not long to go until the final episode of Broadchurch series 2! If you missed episode 7, you can catch up by reading our ‘Broadchurch | Episode 7′ post here! Similarly, if you haven’t yet read ‘The Leaving of Claire Ripley’ (the episode seven short story), it can be downloaded here.
A short scene in episode 8 with Eve, David Tennant and Lucy Cohu was previewed on ‘Lorraine’ earlier today, and can be seen from approximately 3:50 minutes on ITV player. Here are some screen captures from the scene:
As it is the final episode, a lot of television magazines are publishing articles about Eve and Broadchurch, as well as a few interviews! Here are some scans from magazines that david-tennant.com kindly sent us!
More scans will be uploaded as the magazines are released!
The penultimate episode of Broadchurch series 2 ended on one of the biggest cliff hangers yet – what did the Jury decide? Is Joe Miller guilty or not guilty? If you missed episode 7, catch up here before the finale on Monday evening! ITV have also uploaded a few bonus scenes onto their YouTube channel and Facebook page:
All screen caps from episode 7, have now also been added to the photo gallery!
Eve will be attending the Cincinnati Comic Expo convention between Friday 18th September and Sunday 20th September 2015!
Tickets range from $5.00 – 99.00: single entry for the convention costs between $20-30 depending on the days, and a VIP ticket costs $99. For more ticket information, and where you can purchase them, please visit the convention’s website here. Tickets will be in e-ticket form (which you will recieve via email after purchasing your entry), and these must be brought to the convention on the day. Tickets will be available on the day of the event, however there will be long queues – to avoid disappointment of missing events within the con, and to reduce queuing times it is advised to buy tickets before hand.
Autograph and photo session prices have not yet been listed, however this website post will be updated as soon as that information is released.
Cincinnati Comic Expo will be held in halls A and B of the Duke Energy Convention Centre – events other than photo opertunities and autograph signings, such as panels and parties, will be taking place on the second floor of the convention centre. (We have also been told that there are plenty of parking spaces available at the centre):
For more information on the convention please visit their website, and keep updated by following Cincinnati Comic Expo on Twitter and liking their Facebook page!
The penultimate episode of Broadchurch premieres tonight at 9pm on ITV, and following this the seventh short story will be released! There have already been six short stories which have explored the backgrounds of characters such as Ellie Miller (Olivia Colman), Maggie Radcliffe (Carolyn Pickles), Jocelyn Knight (Charlotte Rampling), Tess Henchard (Lucy Cohu), Sharon Bishop (Marriane Jean-Baptiste), and Beth Latimer (Jodie Whittaker) – tonight’s story will be about Claire Ripley, and is titled ‘The Leaving of Claire Ripley’.
If you want to read the previous books, there are various download options here – each download costs £0.99. (The character names above will also take you to the individual Crime Vault website pages where you can find a synopsis of each novella and general information about the books). You can find pre-order information for ‘The Leaving of Claire Ripley’ here!
Don’t forget to turn over to ITV/ITV HD at 9pm to watch tonight’s episode!
Yesterday, Eve was interviewed by Phillip Scofield and Christine Bleakley on ITV’s ‘This Morning’! They spoke about the auditioning process for Broadchurch, particular scenes and the meaning behind bluebells! You can watch the interview on ITV’s website, and here are a few screen caps from the interview:
Secondly, episode 6 of Broadchurch was phenomenal! If you live in the UK and missed last night’s episode, you can catch up by watching it here. Screen caps are also currently being uploaded to the photo gallery!
Broadchurch episode 5 has given it’s viewers even more to look foward to in the upcoming final episodes! If you missed episode 5 you can view it here on ITV Player. ITV also uploaded an interview about Claire Ripley with Eve, just before the episode and a bonus scene featuring Sharon (Marriane Jean-Baptiste) and Jocelyn (Charlotte Rampling):
Broadchurch was fantastic last night! The viewing ratings were very high, and #Broadchurch was trending for the forth week in a row on Twitter! If you missed last night’s episode, you can watch it here. An album containing episode 4 screen caps is also now up and running in the Photo Gallery!
The Sunday Express have done a new interview with Eve titled ‘Broadchurch’s Eve Myles: ‘I love being a mum, it’s been the making of me”! Here is an extract from the interview:
Eve Myles was four days on from giving birth to her daughter Siena. She’d just got home from hospital, with her actor husband Bradley Freegard and their eldest daughter Matilda, when the phone rang. “It was my agent calling about a new job,” says Eve, 36. “She said, ‘I suppose you’re not up to travelling to London?’ I asked her what it was for, and when she told me it was Broadchurch I was like, ‘What time do they need me there?’
“I had no idea they were even casting – I’d been in pregnancy world – but Bradley and I were huge fans of the first series and I knew that as soon as I told him, he’d want to pack us all up in the car and just go.”
Fortunately it didn’t come to that. Realising her delicate condition, the producers suggested Bradley should video Eve’s audition scenes on his phone and send it through to them.
“The whole thing was just hilarious,” recalls Eve. “With the baby, we’d literally had no sleep that night, so it was a nightmare with me trying to read these lines from a scene with her crying and the noise of builders in the background.