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'Sherlock' Star Amanda Abbington Says Her Purse Was Stolen During Emmy Awards


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'Sherlock' actress Amanda Abbington has claimed her purse was stolen during Sunday night’s Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. The actress, who plays Mary Morstan in the BBC One drama alongside husband Martin Freeman, said her purse was taken while she was onstage collecting the show's award for Best Television Film.

Amanda Abbington and Martin FreemanAmanda Abbington (pictured with husband Martin Freeman) says her purse was stolen during the Emmy Awards

On Twitter yesterday Abbington told fans: "Thanks for the lovely tweets re; the Emmy's. So pleased we won! Cool, right? However, we went up to collect the Emmy, did some press, came back to my seat and some bastard had nicked my purse from under my seat. Nice.”

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Steven Moffat Praises The BBC For Not Rewarding Greed Over 'Great British Bake Off'


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‘Sherlock’ and ‘Doctor Who’ showrunner Steven Moffat has praised the BBC for refusing to pay the reported £25 million demanded by production company Love Productions to keep the ‘Great British Bake Off’ on their channel. Last week it was announced the show will be moving to Channel 4 next year, angering fans and resulting in hosts Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc quitting.

Steven MoffatSteven Moffat has praised the BBC for letting the ‘Great British Bake Off’ go

Speaking at the Emmy awards Moffat said he’s had offers from other broadcasters to take ‘Sherlock’ but he's always refused them. "We have had offers, that's not what it's about. It should never be about that,” he told the Press Association. “I think the BBC was quite right not to reward greed. It's wrong.”

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Just How Long Will 'Sherlock' Be On Our TV Screens?


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Don't be alarmed, but there's a possibility that 'Sherlock' won't be on our screens for much longer according to the show's executive producer Steven Moffat. Apparently, it hangs on the schedule of stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman - and the movie offers they're getting are only getting bigger.

'Sherlock'Will 'Sherlock' series 4 be the last?

Moffat has even gone so far as to say the next series - set to air next year - could be the last if the actors contine to be as successful as they already are in the film industry. However, he also claims there's a chance that, even if it did get cancelled, there's no reason it won't be able to return in the future.

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Steven Moffat Hints That Matt Smith Could Return To 'Doctor Who'


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Doctor Who’ showrunner Steven Moffat has hinted that Matt Smith could become the first Doctor to make a return to the series. Smith left the show in 2013 and was replaced by Peter Capaldi, but according to Moffat the actor wishes he'd never left.

Matt SmithCould Matt Smith be returning to ‘Doctor Who’?

The Mirror reports that Moffat said Smith is “quite open about how much he misses it, and how much he wishes he hadn’t left”. The showrunner admitted Smith’s decision to leave three years ago was a “tough time”.

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Steven Moffat Reveals 'Doctor Who' Role Was Once Offered To A Black Actor


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Doctor Who’ executive producer Steven Moffat has revealed that the role of the Doctor has previously been offered to a black actor, but that “for various reasons, it didn’t work out”.

In an interview for the BBC programme’s official magazine this week, Moffat said that the flagship show had “no excuse” not to offer more diversity in its casting, and that the recent announcement of stage actress Pearl Mackie – whose father is from the West Indies – as the Doctor’s companion was made after they had failed in their original intention.

Steven MoffatSteven Moffat, the lead writer and showrunner of 'Doctor Who'

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'Sherlock' Series Four Begins Filming


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Benedict Cumberbatch has said he’s “thrilled” to be back working on the series that made him a megastar, as filming for the long-awaited season four of ‘Sherlock’ finally gets under way.

Fans of the BBC series have been promised that “ghosts of the past” will visit the new three-part instalment, which will see 39 year old Cumberbatch return as the famous detective alongside Martin Freeman as Dr. Watson. The episodes will be directed by American Rachel Talalay, whose previous credits include The Wind in the Willows and ‘Doctor Who’.

“I can't wait for everyone to see season four,” Cumberbatch said on Wednesday (April 6th). “But you will have to wait… though not for long… and it will be worth it.” No broadcast date has yet been confirmed.

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Peter Capaldi: 'The BBC Takes 'Doctor Who' For Granted'


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Doctor Who’ star Peter Capaldi has hit out at the BBC, claiming they take the show for granted. Speaking to Newsweek, Capaldi addressed the show’s changing time slot last series’, which saw it behind pushed back for ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, saying he felt it made it harder for them to attract and keep family viewers.

Peter Capaldi Doctor WhoPeter Capaldi feels the BBC has ‘neglected’ ‘Doctor Who’.

“It does frustrate me,” Capaldi said. “If you’re going to have a family show, I think you have to build up a little ritual around it—and that ritual usually starts with having it on at the same time [every week]. Even I didn’t know what time it was on because it got later and later and later.”

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Peter Capaldi Has Been Asked To Stay On For The Eleventh Series Of Doctor Who


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Peter Capaldi has been asked to stay on as the eponymous Doctor in series 11 of BBC’s Doctor Who. The news comes as rumours continue to circle about Capaldi’s position as the 12th Doctor when showrunner Steven Moffat hangs up his pen and takes his writing skills somewhere else in 2018.

Peter CapaldiPeter Capaldi's future as Doctor Who remains uncertain

Moffat will be replaced by Chris Chibnall and Capaldi hinted that he might not stay after this 2017.

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Peter Capaldi Says They're Looking For A 'Different' 'Doctor Who' Companion


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Doctor Who’s’ Peter Capaldi has revealed the show is looking for someone ‘different’ to take over from Jenna Coleman as the Timelord’s companion. Coleman, who played Clara Oswald in the BBC series, departed in December and her replacement has still not been found.

Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman Doctor Who‘Doctor Who’ are looking for someone 'different' to be the Timelord’s new assistant.

Speaking to the Radio Times, Capaldi said: "We’ve just had some brief talks about it, we haven’t actually chosen someone yet — that I know of. Perhaps someone has been chosen but I would expect that I would meet them before we finalised all that."

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Will Peter Capaldi’s Time As 'Doctor Who' Be Up After 2017 Series?


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After the departure of showrunner Steven Moffat was announced last week, ‘Doctor Who’ star Peter Capaldi is reportedly also planning his exit from the series, finishing his run in late 2017. Capaldi is said to be stepping down as the Time Lord so new showrunner Chris Chibnall can chose his own Doctor.

Doctor WhoIs Peter Capaldi’s time as the Doctor running out?

A source told The Mirror: “Bosses are already discussing a fresh start when Steven Moffat leaves. They’ve been happy with what Peter has brought to the role but some think it might make sense to give Chris his own choice of actor to play the Doctor.”

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Steven Moffat - 'Made in Dagenham' - Press night held at the Adelphi Theatre - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 5th November 2014

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Jenna Coleman, Steven Moffat, Peter Capaldi and Samuel Anderson - 'Doctor Who' screening held at the Odeon Leicester Square - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 23rd August 2014

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Peter Capaldi and Jenna-louise Coleman
Peter Capaldi, Jenna-louise Coleman and Sam Anderson
Peter Capaldi and Jenna-louise Coleman
Peter Capaldi and Jenna-louise Coleman
Peter Capaldi, Jenna-louise Coleman and Sam Anderson

Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffat - Doctor Who World Tour - Red carpet event at St David's Hall in Cardiff, Wales - Arrivals - Cardiff, United Kingdom - Thursday 7th August 2014

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Doctor Who and Cyberman
Doctor Who and Jenna Coleman
Doctor Who and Jenna Coleman
Doctor Who, Dalek and Tardis
Doctor Who and Cyberman

Matt Smith, Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffat - 72nd Annual Peabody Awards hosted by Scott Pelley at Waldorf-Astoria - New York City, NY, United States - Monday 20th May 2013

Matt Smith, Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffat
Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman
Matt Smith
Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman
Matt Smith, Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffat

Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat - Filming takes place for the new series of 'Sherlock' in Central London - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 14th April 2013

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Mark Gatiss and Andrew Scott
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Steven Moffat

Date of birth

18th November, 1961

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