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17May

The Nevers: Riley is extremely endearing as Augie

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The Nevers launches in the UK on Sky Atlantic tonight, and is also available to stream from NOW TV. In advance of the UK premiere, a great new review for The Never has been shared online by critic Matthew Turner, who loved the show and had kind words to say about Tom Riley as Augustus Bidlow. Read it in full on the Hero Collector website.

25Apr

The Nevers: Tom Riley who plays Augie is so funny

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Tonight, episode 3 of The Nevers will broadcast on HBO at 9pm. There is no sign of Tom Riley as Augustis Bidlow in any preview videos or promotional photos for this week, sadly. UK fans still have to wait until 17th May to watch the series. The video below is a preview for episode 3, and not geoblocked.

SUNDAY, APRIL 25 (9:00-10:00 p.m ET/PT)

18Dec

Dark Heart: Tom Riley's performance was truly spectacular

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ITV crime thriller series Dark Heart, which starred Tom Riley as DI Wagstaffe, has been included in a couple of 'best of 2018' lists online. What Culture also had kind words for Tom's performance. The series may not be available on ITV Hub any more, but it is available to download from UK iTunes, Amazon Prime UK and US, BritBox US and Canada, and to buy as a region 2 DVD. 

10 Best British TV Shows Of 2018

21Nov

Dark Heart: stylish detective drama with the excellent Tom Riley

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The Region 2 DVD for Dark Heart, starring Tom Riley as DI Wagstaffe, is released in UK on Monday 26th November, and is available to pre-order from Amazon UK. In advance of the release, the current issue of Heat Magazine has shared a brief 4 star review for the 6 part series (scan above). 

You just can’t get the Staffe these days

DVD /BLU-RAY, MONDAY 26 NOVEMBER

17Nov

Dark Heart: spoilerish behind the scenes photos

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A lot of behind the scenes photos and video from filming Dark Heart episode 6 have been shared here by Andrew Christy. They are great, and there are lots of Tom Riley, but are VERY spoilerish. So if you haven't seen the final episode yet, maybe wait to look at the photos. 

16Nov

Dark Heart: Riley is thoroughly captivating as Wagstaffe,

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The final episode of Dark Heart starring Tom Riley was broadcast last night on ITV, with very positive online reactions. There is no news about any second series, but if you missed any of the episodes, catch up via ITV Hub or download the series on iTunes UK. The series DVD will be released on November 26th. 

10Nov

Dark Heart: Tom Riley leads an excellent cast in this gripping crime series

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If you havent watched Tom Riley as DI Wagstaffe in episodes 3 and 4 of Dark Heart yet, all episodes so far are available to watch on ITV Hub. The episodes have been well received online, so don't miss out. 

Tom Riley leads an excellent cast in this gripping crime series which is sure to have you hooked. Irish Daily Mirror

08Nov

Dark Heart: Tom Riley does a nice job showing Wagstaffe’s pain

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Decider has shared a review of the first episodes of Dark Heart on BritBox and they like it! Read it in full on the site. Dead Good Books seem to enjoy last night's episode 3, and shared a recap.  

07Nov

Dark Heart: Tom Riley plays Will’s part just right

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Earlier today there was a wonderful, extremely funny interview with Tom Riley on ITV show This Morning, promoting tonight's episode of Dark Heart. He chatted about disappointing passers-by when filming the series by not being Richard Madden, and his recent revelation about the cactus injury. If you missed it, watch again on ITV Hub, though STV has kindly shared a snippet on Twitter (embedded below).

01Nov

Dark Heart: atmospheric and quietly riotous, with a commanding turn from Tom Riley

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Part 1 of Dark Heart episode 1 (part 2 tonight 9pm!) aired last night to mostly great reviews and previews. There were a MASSIVE number of visitors to the site last night, so I assume ratings will be be reasonable. There were also some (very deserved) kind comments about Tom Riley as DI Wagstaffe. Catch up with the first episode on the ITV Hub.