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The awards were presented at a ceremony in New York last night (November 24) by Matt Lucas.
See the full list of nominees and winners below:
The Exhibition (Canada) - Winner!
El Informe Kliksberg II - El otro me importa (Argentina)
Nonfiction W: Picture Book Touch, Feel, and Fragility (Japan)
Wagnerwahn - Mythos und Machenschaften des Richard Wagner »
[Both this post and the clip are slightly spoiler-y. Be wary.] Last week's "Gracepoint" episode, the seventh in the mystery's 10-episode run, was a big one. For viewers who are only watching "Gracepoint" and didn't catch "Broadchurch," it introduced a couple characters and added a new layer of tension for Anna Gunn's Detective Miller. But for fans of "Broadchurch" who have been watching "Gracepoint" either out of rekindled passion or general curiosity, the episode was absolutely crucial because, for the first time, "Broadchurch" devotees didn't know what was coming. For the first six episodes, the climaxes to five of the episodes aligned directly to the cliffhangers to the first five "Broadchurch" episodes and with a very few exceptions, the plotpoints from the Fox drama could be directly matched to things that happened in the British original. But in last week's episode? Suddenly all bets were off. Detective Carver has a daughter? Tell me more! That drifter guy? Mysterious... Tom Miller went missing? »
- Daniel Fienberg
The whole team has returned for a second series, with our first glimpse arriving today.
Here it is...
This and a few other short teasers can be found here, on the ITV Youtube page.
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Where exactly Broadchurch will go when it returns in January 2015 seems to be the main focus of four new trailers released for the show’s second season. The trailers, all 20 seconds long, carry this mysterious tagline: “The end is where it begins.” The first series of Broadchurch was haunting, disturbing, and evocative. But the killer was revealed and how exactly the show will continue, what Detective Alec Hardy (David Tennant) and especially Detective Ellie Miller (Olivia Coleman) will be doing when the show returns is clearly the dominant theme for season two. Especially given the voiceovers by both characters in the third trailer, “There was a boy and he was killed. I caught the killer. So why am I still here?” Hardy tells us. In the the fourth trailer there is Ellie, “There was a boy and he was killed. What happened then destroyed my family, my job, and my town. »
ITV's hit crime series Broadchurch (whose American counterpart, Gracepoint, is currently airing in limited series format on Fox) is set to return in January of 2015. The show was never supposed to go past a first season, after young Danny Latimer's killer was revealed. But the show, which was so beautifully written and filmed, enchanted and engrossed audiences beyond the crime. Still, there's a big question about where the series can and will go from here. It's a question that its main characters, Detective Alec Hardy (David Tennant) and Detective Ellie Miller (Olivia Coleman) also ask in the teaser trailers. Hit the jump for why the end is where it begins. Though Fox's American remake of the series, Gracepoint, has made a pivotal turn in its seventh episode that took it away from Broadchurch (and likely away from its same killer), it has yet to capture the same dark magnetism of the original British production. »
- Allison Keene
A second series of the mega-popular ITV drama Broadchurch will air in January 2015 according to a new teaser that was released yesterday. Olivia Colman (Hyde Park on Hudson) and David Tennant (Doctor Who) will reprise their roles as DS Ellie Miller and Di Alex Hardy – who in the first series was tasked with finding the killer of a young boy in a small, close-knit Dorset community.
Broadchurch picked up the BAFTA earlier this year for Best Drama Series with Olivia Colman and David Bradley also receiving awards for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor. Colman was also nominated for an International Emmy award. David Tennant had previously revisited the role for Us remake Gracepoint alongside Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad) but his character was renamed Emmett Carver.
- Gavin Logan
Early last year, the UK mystery drama series "Broadchurch" was The series people were talking about. A critical darling and a massive hit for ITV with an average 9.3 million viewers an episode, it was one of those "buzzed" about bits of serialised event television you only get every few years. It also fared quite well when BBC America screened it States-side that Summer.
As with quite a few shows that hit big overseas, executives at U.S. TV networks seem to feel the need for an unnecessary remake and did one with Fox's still airing "Gracepoint" - a show that only scored so-so reviews with critics and is pulling in dismal ratings with around 3.5 million viewers an episode.
Meanwhile, ITV has been working on a second season of "Broadchurch" since April and have been keeping quiet regarding what it's about. Now, the network has confirmed that the series will return »
- Garth Franklin
A trio of Broadchurch teasers have announced a January 2015 air date for series 2 starring Tennant, Colman and more...
As Us remake Gracepoint creeps towards its conclusion over on Fox, exciting news arrives for UK Broadchurch fans: series two will start on ITV in January 2015. The announcement was made in the third of a trio of teasers focused on the Dorset beach against which the events of series one unfurled.
With Broadchurch series one, the spring of 2013 witnessed the kind of popularity storm TV execs must silently wish for each time they blow out a birthday candle. Chris Chibnall's small town murder mystery took hold of the viewer imagination and drew over 10 million to its revelatory last episode. After that finale aired, ITV made the promise that "Broadchurch will return", and January 2015 is when it'll be doing just that.
Series two welcomes the return of the major cast members from the first run (David Tennant, »
Two new teasers have aired for the second series of Broadchurch, completing the trilogy of clips which began a week ago. In the first, David Tennant’s character Alec Hardy offers a handy and extremely concise summary of the first series. “There was a boy, and he was killed. I caught the killer. So why am I still here?”
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- Guardian TV
Broadchurch will be back in the New Year, it has been confirmed.
"There was a boy, and he was killed. I caught the killer. So why am I still here?" Alec asks in the third two-part teaser for the return of Broadchurch, which aired on Sunday (November 16).
A follow-up teaser featured Ellie Miller saying: "There was a boy, and he was killed. What happened then destroyed my family, my job and my town. So what do I do now?"
Series one of Chris Chibnall's gripping crime drama focused on a small coastal town in Dorset rocked by the mysterious death of 11-year-old Danny Latimer, as Alec and Ellie tried to track down his killer.
By the 21-minute mark, he’s on his way to losing everything else that matters.
The haunting BBC limited series, which premiered in the United Kingdom weeks ago, begins its limited run on Starz on Saturday (9/8c). James Nesbitt (The Hobbit films) plays Tony, whose life and marriage crumbles to ash after the 2006 kidnapping of his son, Ollie, during a family vacation.
The Missing‘s subject matter draws inevitable comparisons to missing-child cases both real, such as Madeline McCann’s 2007 disappearance in Portugal, »
Broadchurch's second series has been teased with short trailers on ITV.
Two unbranded, 20-second clips featuring the coastline were broadcast on the channel during The X Factor results show on Sunday (November 9), each bearing the tagline "The end is where it begins."
Very little is currently known about the second series of Chris Chibnall's award-winning crime drama, the first series of which dealt with the murder of an 11-year-old boy.
Airing on Fox in the Us, Gracepoint will be broadcast on an ITV channel in the UK. »
The pair are taking part in the BearFaced campaign, which encourages women across the country to swap their make-up for a Pudsey pawprint in support of the fundraising drive.
On losing her make-up for charity, Ellis-Bextor said: "I'm delighted to be joining the 2014 BearFaced campaign alongside so many phenomenal women, from Olivia Colman to BBC Children in Need project workers, the people who are out there, making a difference to young lives.
"It is a campaign that brings women together from across the UK, and is something I am very proud to be a part of. So I am asking for women across the UK to pop to Boots, »
After a UK-wide call for applications and nominations, an industry jury selected the honorees.
The 18 selected are:
Jonathan Asser - Writer
Mike Brett & Steve Jamison [pictured] - Producer/Directors
Charu Desodt - Games producer
Destiny Ekaragha [pictured] - Director
Daniel Gray - Games producer
Tandis Jenhudson - Composer
Ashley Kendall - Presenter
Katie Leung - Actress
Chris Lunt - Writer
Stacy Martin - Actress
Reece Millidge - Game developer
Ray Panthaki - Actor/Producer
William Pugh - Game designer
Aj Riach - Producer
Callum Turner - Actor
Sarah Walker - Director
Marc Williamson - Producer/Director
Amanda Berry OBE, Chief Executive of BAFTA, said: “Breakthrough Brits, launched last year in partnership with Burberry, is BAFTA’s flagship initiative to showcase and support new talent, allowing us to shine a spotlight on outstanding individuals across film, television and games »
- email@example.com (Wendy Mitchell)
Sky has axed Nick Frost's drama Mr Sloane after one series.
Posting on the show's official Facebook page, the team spoke of their disappointment and confusion over the cancellation.
"The thinking behind this decision is a bit baffling even to us, since Sky had been very supportive during the first series, and claims the show to have been a success for them by every measure," the post read.
"However, there is a new channel head at Sky who, it seems, has a new agenda for the channel that doesn't include our pal, Sloaney. What that agenda is, we imagine, will become more evident over the coming year.
"We all had a great time bringing you the first series, and all the love and support received from the »
Produced by Pigeon Fancier Productions, John & Josh International and the ABC, the show will compete with South Africa.s Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola, Brazil.s The Mayor´s Wife and Belgium.s What if? season 2.
Nominations were announced by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at Mipcom. There are 40 nominees across 10 categories. For the first time, the International Academy is recognizing programs from the Us. Winners will be announced on November 24 Us time in a ceremony at the Hilton New York Hotel. Nominations span 18 countries: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, France, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, the Philippines, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Turkey, the UK and the Us.
- Don Groves
Telemundo and Nat Geo Mundo have nabbed the first nominations for International Emmy Awards in the newly created category for U.S.-produced non-English programs.
Telemundo received three noms for hit telenovelas: “Pasion Prohibida,” “La Patrona” and “El Señor de los Cielos.” The fourth nom in the category went to Nat Geo Mundo’s “Temple de Acero,” a documentary about Hispanic veterans of U.S. military service. (Univision, the dominant Spanish-lingo outlet, did not enter any programs for consideration.)
In other International Emmy heats, Olivia Colman of ITV’s “Broadchurch” (pictured) earned a nom for lead actress. Channel 4 drama “Utopia,” which is in the midst of a remake by David Fincher for HBO, landed a drama series bid.
In all, the nominations handed out by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences cover programs 18 countries.
The ceremony will be held Nov. 24 at the Hilton New York. “Mad Men” creator »
- Variety Staff
The Doctor Who biopic and the British actress are amongst those shortlisted for the prestigious awards, which feature nominees from 19 countries.
An Adventure In Space And Time competes in the TV movie/miniseries category with Alexander and Other Heroes (Brazil), Radio (Japan) and Unsere Mütter, Unsere Väter/Generation War: The Motion Comic (Germany).
Colman is amongst the nominees in the best actress category for her performance in ITV's Broadchurch. Also nominated is Tuba Büyüküstün in 20 Dakika/20 Minutes (Turkey), Romina Gaetani in Televisión por la Justicia (Argentina) and Bianca Krijgsman in De Nieuwe Wereld/The New World (Netherlands).
Educating Yorkshire is amongst the nominees for non-scripted entertainment, alongside MasterChef China (People's Republic of China), Missie Mosango (Belgium) and O Infiltrado (Brazil).
Gracepoint, Season 1, Episode 1, “Episode One”
Written by Chris Chibnall
Directed by James Strong
Airs Thursdays at 9pm (Et) on Fox
“There will be no hiding place for Danny’s killer. We will catch whoever did this”
The unbearable, unimaginable loss of a child has been explored before in television and film. If done correctly, it can make for exceptionally compelling television. Based on the critically acclaimed British drama Broadchurch, this remake’s biggest issue moving forward will be staying true to roots while also forging its own path.
“Episode One” adheres closely to Broadchurch’s pilot, opening in what is described as America’s first hometown. Gracepoint is a quiet Oceanside hamlet with an idyllic main street where everyone knows everyone and there seem to be few secrets amongst the townspeople. It’s the type of place where you don’t find murdered boys on the beach and where reporters »
With the same story, characters, scenes, dialogue, male lead and screenwriter, episode one of Fox’s Gracepoint is no fuzzy “inspired by” adaptation, but a shot-for-shot impersonation of the Broadchurch opener. If Fox hadn’t paid what is probably a handsome sum for the privilege, we’d rap its knuckles with a ruler for copying ITV’s homework.
Perhaps because it’s kept so close to the source, so far Gracepoint makes for a pretty decent murder mystery, if an entirely superfluous one for audiences of the original. If you know Broadchurch, then Gracepoint’s opening episode makes for an uncanny hour of déjà-vu television. Explaining it to someone else is like explaining the illogic of last night »
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