TV News: Who, SHIELD, Sherlock, Fly

Doctor Who
The BBC have released a photo of the new look interior for the TARDIS that will make its debut during the upcoming “Doctor Who” Christmas special.

A new version of the theme tune and opening credits are also set to debut. [Source: Digital Spy]

Jeph Loeb, head of Marvel TV, says he hopes Marvel’s ‘S.H.I.E.L.D.’ TV series will be ready to air next Fall on ABC. [Source: Comic Book]

Benedict Cumberbatch says that despite the film success he and Martin Freeman are having, he intends to stick with the BBC’s “Sherlock” for some time to come.

“I love it too much. Making [Sherlock] is all about availability. Martin Freeman has the same kind of pressures on him now. It’s a thing of quality not quantity that show – thank God. We started young with it. We started when they meet and we still are young for those roles. There’s no reason why it can’t continue until we get too old.” [Source: Yahoo]

Stick Fly
Playwright Lydia Diamond is set to adapt the Broadway hourlong drama “Stick Fly” for HBO. Diamond, Alicia Keys and Nelle Nugent will executive produce

The story deals with the secrets of prejudice, hypocrisy and adultery that are exposed during an African-American family’s weekend at Martha’s Vineyard. [Source: The Live Feed]