Articles about The Hour: Season 1 (UK)

Dominic West on The Hour, John Carter, and yes, The Wire
Interesting
Dominic West spent the early years of his career appearing in a decidedly diverse list of films. But he turned a major corner when he pulled the role of Jimmy McNulty on The Wire. Since then, he's continued to keep things interesting as an actor, both on the big screen and the small screen. An interview with him here in @TheAVClub
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 11/27/12
Romola Garai on The Hour and playing a "destination prostitute"
Interesting
@TheAVClub sat down with Romola Garai to talk about both works, what she gleaned from Faber's famously descriptive novel, and just why Bel Rowley is so lonely.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 9/12/12
10 TV Stars Who Deserve Emmy Nominations (But Probably Won't Get Them)
Interesting
@indiewire is going to name a few actors and actresses who have given some of the best performances of the past twelve months, but are for one reason or another, unlikely to make it to the final six nominees in their respective categories at the 2012 Emmys.
Added by on 7/6/12
Show-off: 'The Newsroom' vs. 'The Hour'
Interesting
Aaron Sorkin's television drama, "The Newsroom,"shows the fast-paced nature of the American newsroom. BBC America's "The Hour," brings viewers into the world of news in 1950s Britain. Both offer a unique looks of journalism, but how do they match up? Here's a pretty nice breakdown in @LATimes.
Added by on 7/3/12
The Year's Most Underrated TV Actors
Interesting
Whether they played minor characters, got overshadowed by a big star, or were good actors trapped in bad shows, here are this year's unheralded TV heroes. I am especially happy about @Gabriel_Mann
Added by on 12/20/11
'The Hour' Is Not the British 'Mad Men': It's Better
Interesting
People have been comparing "The Hour" to "Mad Men" and this article looks at both and tells you why "The Hour" is better.
Added by on 8/17/11
Dominic West on The Hour, John Carter, and yes, The Wire
Interesting
Dominic West spent the early years of his career appearing in a decidedly diverse list of films. But he turned a major corner when he pulled the role of Jimmy McNulty on The Wire. Since then, he's continued to keep things interesting as an actor, both on the big screen and the small screen. An interview with him here in @TheAVClub
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 11/27/12
Romola Garai on The Hour and playing a "destination prostitute"
Interesting
@TheAVClub sat down with Romola Garai to talk about both works, what she gleaned from Faber's famously descriptive novel, and just why Bel Rowley is so lonely.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 9/12/12
10 TV Stars Who Deserve Emmy Nominations (But Probably Won't Get Them)
Interesting
@indiewire is going to name a few actors and actresses who have given some of the best performances of the past twelve months, but are for one reason or another, unlikely to make it to the final six nominees in their respective categories at the 2012 Emmys.
Added by on 7/6/12
Show-off: 'The Newsroom' vs. 'The Hour'
Interesting
Aaron Sorkin's television drama, "The Newsroom,"shows the fast-paced nature of the American newsroom. BBC America's "The Hour," brings viewers into the world of news in 1950s Britain. Both offer a unique looks of journalism, but how do they match up? Here's a pretty nice breakdown in @LATimes.
Added by on 7/3/12
The Year's Most Underrated TV Actors
Interesting
Whether they played minor characters, got overshadowed by a big star, or were good actors trapped in bad shows, here are this year's unheralded TV heroes. I am especially happy about @Gabriel_Mann
Added by on 12/20/11
'The Hour' Is Not the British 'Mad Men': It's Better
Interesting
People have been comparing "The Hour" to "Mad Men" and this article looks at both and tells you why "The Hour" is better.
Added by on 8/17/11