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23Oct

Dark Heart: 4 stars from TV Times as Tom Riley impressive as haunted cop

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Today is quite the Tom Riley Tuesday treat! Lots of articles and interviews with Tom appearing online to promote new ITV series Dark Heart, which begins at 9pm on 31st October. 

This week's TV Times has a mini-review as well as an interview with Tom discussing the series and his character. A full scan of the interview is available in the galleries. 

It’s two years since this crime thriller debuted on ITV Encore but now it’s making a welcome return with a six-part series.

19Oct

Dark Heart: broadcast date for ITV Choice Africa

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ITV Choice has revealed the broadcast date for Dark Heart in Africa. Fans of hunky Tom Riley, who subscribe to DSTV, can look forward to watching the 6 episode crime thriller at 8pm November 6th 2018. To accompany the announcement, an old interview with Tom has been shared here. The interview was originally promoting the 2016 pilot broadcast, so is still worth a read.

18Aug

Dark Heart: shows YOU CAN’T MISS this Autumn

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ITV series Dark Heart, with Tom Riley as DI Wagstaffe, has been included in a few Autumn TV preview articles this week: Radio Times, TV Times, What's On TV and Den of Geek UK.

19Mar

The Shadow Hours: new video interview with Tom Riley

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As the date for the online launch of The Shadow Hours approaches, IGN has shared a video interview with Tom Riley, which writer and director Kyle D Higgins hinted at several months ago. The video is embedded below, or watch on the IGN website 

WHY DA VINCI'S DEMONS STAR TOM RILEY DECIDED TO JOIN THE SHADOW HOURS

07May

Starfish: performances of Tom Riley & Joanne Froggatt keep us powerfully engaged

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This week's TV & Satellite Week magazine, includes Starfish in its pay-per-view film highlights, awarding 4 stars and includes some kind words about Tom's performance as Tom Ray. 

04May

Twitter Q&A May 2017

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Yesterday afternoon, for the first time in a couple of years, Tom had a spontaneous Twitter Q&A for fans. Lots of lucky fans who were online had their questions answered. For those not so lucky fans like me who were working, and not around for the 20 minutes Tom was available, or who are not on Twitter, I storified most of the questions and Tom's responses.

Keep everything crossed that those of us who didn't get to ask Tom our questions yesterday will be online if he ever does another one. 

10Feb

The Collection: the complex role reveals Riley as an actor to watch

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Three interviews with Tom in one day! What a treat! Elle shared their interview with Tom online, and included some kind words about his performance as Claude Sabine: "The complex role also reveals Riley as an actor to watch. He channels Claude's low moments with an intense gravity, just as he's able to unveil the character's more vulnerable side."

10Feb

The Collection: Tom reveals how Oliver Goldstick convinced him to get involved

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It's our lucky day, after a long interview drought! There is another new interview with Tom for Collider, which has been shared online. Tom chats about The Collection, his character Claude, and why he was reluctant to get involved with another TV series after Da Vinci's Demons. Read it in full on Collider.

10Feb

The Collection: Tom Riley plays Claude Sabine with a mix of vulnerability, charm, & bravado

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A second part to Tom's interview with Decider has been shared online. Tom chats about only playing sexually fluid tortured geniuses, in The Collection and Da Vinci's Demons. Read it in full on Decider. The Collection is now available to watch on Amazon Prime USA. But fans outside the US can still find it on France 3, BBC First and Amazon Prime UK!

10Feb

The Collection: Tom Riley explains about accents used by the international cast

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As The Collection is released in its entirety on Amazon Prime USA (well, less 50 minutes shown elsewhere), we finally have an interview with Tom to help promote the show! It is quite brief, but we are grateful for anything. Tom reveals the decisions behind the use of different accents in The Collection. I actually thought it was to show class differences (perceived or actual), so interesting to find out the true reason.