For more information - Monroe

Monroe series 2 & Lost In Austen to broadcast in US on Acorn TV

Great news for US fans! As from September 1st, Acorn TV will be streaming series 2 of Monroe, and also Lost In Austen! Acorn TV already has Tom's episodes of Monroe series 1, Poirot: Appointment With Death, and Marple: Ordeal by Innocence. A bargain for $4.99 per month.

A recent TV Guide magazine featured an article on Poirot's guest stars, and included this snippet about Tom's role. 

Murray Parish Trust Art Auction

A number of photos of Tom attending the inaugural Murray Parish Trust Art Auction last night, at the Gallery Soho in London, have been uploaded to Getty Images.

Tom was photographed with Bouquet of Barbed Wire and Lost In Austen co-star Jemima Rooper, and Monroe co-star Sarah Parish (whose event Tom was attending). The Groucho Club who held the after party, shared details about the charity auction, in aid of a great cause.

Monroe, Poirot & Marple online for US & Canadian fans

US and Canadian fans of Tom's work now have the perfect opportunity to discover wonderful past projects, and watch them online, thanks to the new Acorn TV.

A new streaming service from Acorn Media, for only $2.99 per month (also with free trial), offers series 1 of Monroe, Tom's episodes of Poirot - Appointment With Death and Marple - Ordeal by Innocence. 

Further information about Acorn Media's launch can be found here



Da Vinci's Demons: Metro interview with gorgeous new photo

A lovely new interview with Tom for Metro has been posted online accompanied by a really gorgeous photo by Faye Thomas. See and read it in full on the website. Tom chats about the sex stuff, training while filming Monroe and getting into the mind of da Vinci.

‘So you want to go straight for the sex stuff?’ Tom Riley grins good-naturedly as we sit down to talk about his starring role as Leonardo in new TV series Da Vinci’s Demons. Well I hadn’t actually; normally, I go in for a little interview foreplay. But I’d dropped the word ‘bawdy’ into my icebreaker and Riley is happy to get the sex stuff on the table.

‘Shows such as Game Of Thrones have changed the rules about what cable TV can do – the nudity and violence is there, the gloves are off,’ he says. ‘As an actor, you trust that it’s part of the action.’ Wasn’t he anxious when reading the script that page 46 would say ‘Leonardo gets his arse out’? ‘A little bit,’ he laughs, ‘but it’s all very tasteful.’ The glint in his eye is tongue in cheek...