Sorry, there are no cunning plans to resurrect Blackadder any time soon.
The TV quiz is making a comeback with superfan Fry at the helm.
Stephen Fry has been defended by the chief executive of Marylebone Cricket Club cricket club who said the accusations are 'factually inaccurate'.
The comedian says he has discussed children with his husband.
The broadcaster has been open about his mental health struggles.
The star had been a regular user of the platform.
Several stars have been sharing their thoughts on Twitter.
The broadcaster will explore a little-known, fascinating area of war history.
Fry hosted 'QI' for the BBC for 13 years.
The new Disney+ show tells the story of disgraced Silicon Valley billionaire Elizabeth Holmes.
The comedian admitted he had not watched soaps in years but said he thinks 'Corrie' is funnier.
The writer shared his delight at being 'armed against the enemy under the eye of the poets of Poets Corner'.
The artefacts have been on display in the London attraction since 1817.
The star has been open about his own mental health struggles.
The actor said he likes places to talk, not places to dance.
Fans said the sketch was 'fabulous'.
He tries to avoid reading the comments altogether.
The 80-year-old comedian vowed to beat the illness as he revealed his is having treatment for cancer.
The old friends began as a comedy double act and starred in TV sketch show 'A Bit of Fry & Laurie' which ended 25 years ago.
The former QI host said he can't hardly bear watching other people dance, let alone him attempting to do it himself.
The comedian appeared on the show to discuss his upcoming tour Mythos: A Trilogy.
'Blackadder' to return? That’s gobbleijuke!
Over 100 individuals from the entertainment industry have signed a petition to reject the proposed boycott.
Stephen Fry is set to appear as a special guest star on the new series of Doctor Who. The 61-year-old comedy veteran was reportedly spotted by fans filming scenes in Swansea with the Doctor herself, Jodie Whittaker. A tweet from Twitter user @Bethasaurus95 (via Who fansite Doctor Who TV) claimed that Fry was seen wearing a 1940s style tweed suit, accompanied by a picture of the scene’s set, though sadly now deleted – the show-makers are notoriously hot on keeping things under wraps.
NHS Chief publicly thanks Stephen Fry and Bill Turnbull for their prostate cancer advocacy.