Da Vinci's Demons: congratulations on 3 BAFTA Craft Award nominations!

The BAFTA Television Craft Awards announced their 2015 nominations this morning, and Da Vinci's Demons has been nominated 3 times! Fantastic news. Read a very interesting interview with DOP Owen McPolin about his work, here

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has today announced the nominations for its annual British Academy Television Craft Awards, which honour the very best behind-the-scenes talent working in television. This year’s ceremony will be held at The Brewery, London on Sunday 26 April.

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Inside No 9: new promo photos for 'The 12 Days of Christine'

Promotional photos for episode 2 of the news series of Inside No 9 - The 12 Days of Christine, have been shared on The Consulting Detective website. Sadly there is no new photo of Tom included.

The 12 Days of Christine will be on BBC 2 at 10pm Thursday 2nd April. According to the Evening Standard, the episode is 'as haunting a piece of TV you’ll watch this year'!

Da Vinci's Demons: season 3 additional photography completed

David S. Goyer has updated his website again with more season 3 news and photographs. No photos of Tom this time, sadly, but another new cast member has been included - Stuart Scudamore. 

After an epic and delirious week or so that included a solar eclipse, we have completed all of our additional photography for Season 3. The cast (old and new) were all in fine form. I also want to thank our crew, who gave it their all and then some.


Da Vinci's Demons: a good looking well-acted show

Two new blog reviews for the season 2 Da Vinci's Demons blu-ray release have been shared online. The first from Hi-Def Digest was positive for fans of the show, but they were disappointed with the limited extras available this year. 

If you were a big fan of the first season of 'Da Vinci's Demons', then chances are pretty good you're going to love Season 2 just as much...

If there's a real reason to watch Season 2, it's for the Riario character, who is forced into making an uneasy alliance/truce with Leonardo due to events that occur once both men reach The New World. While I enjoyed the character development/expansion we see for Riario and some of the other supporting cast in Season 2, I've never been a fan of the whole 'Book of Leaves' story, nor Leonardo's obsession with it (yes, he's still getting visions from the mysterious 'Turk' (Alexander Siddig) this season). Visually speaking, the show has really upped the ante this year, with some great new sets and visuals.

...'Da Vinci's Demons' is a good-looking and well-acted series...