TV News – Thursday, 9th February, 2012

  • Benedict Cumberbatch is SherlockSteven Moffat talks to the Radio Times about Benedict Cumberbatches’ performance as Sherlock, and duking it out with Mark Gatiss over who would get to adapt what is arguably the most famous Holmes story, The Hound of the Baskervilles.
  • House is finally calling it quits. The drama is to end at the completion of its current season. From TheWrap.com
  • Jon Favreau is set to direct the pilot of Revolutions, a new drama from the creator of Supernatural, Eric Kripke. From SFX.
  • Being Human (US) has been renewed for a third season after just 4 episodes of its current season have aired. Guess Syfy are happy with it. I still think its awful. From SFX.
  • SFX discuss one of genre televisions favorite actors, Mark Sheppard.
  • TVLine have a look at a new promotional poster for Ringer.
  • BBC America announces its first original scripted drama, Copper. From ZapToIt.
  • Norman Reedus talks to USA Today about his character in The Walking Dead.