Friday, 17 September 2021
Filming underway on series seven of Inside No. 9 as cast is confirmed and first look image is revealed
Thursday, 16 September 2021
The charming, much-loved All Creatures Great and Small, based on the hugely popular novels of James Herriot (aka James Alfred Wight OBE), returns for a second series of veterinary adventures, budding romances, and life in the sleepy town of Darrowby, Yorkshire with its rolling fields, and colourful community.
The first series captivated the nation, ranking as Channel 5’s number one British drama of all time and now the much-anticipated series two arrives. Following its run on Channel 5, it comes to DVD alongside the Complete Series 1 & 2 Box set on 22 November 2021, courtesy of Acorn Media International.
We return three months later to follow the trials and tribulations and lives and loves of the locals, surrounded by the beautiful Yorkshire dales, where farmers and vets alike savour a foaming pint at the end of a hard day’s work.
After Helen Anderson (Rachael Shenton – Hollyoaks) jilted her intended, Hugh Helton (Matthew Lewis – Harry Potter), at the altar, she, and James (Nicholas Ralph - The Most Reluctant Convert C.S. Lewis) can finally address their feelings for each other. But it can be tricky in such a close-knit community where not everyone takes too kindly to Helen’s decision. Prompted by James’ and Helen’s affections, Siegfried (Samuel West – Darkest Hour), Tristan (Callum Woodhouse – The Durrells) and Mrs Hall (Anna Madeley – Deadwater Fell) also reflect on their places in the world, meanwhile a trip back home to Glasgow forces James to choose between duty and love…
Series One begins in 1937, Britain where we meet James Herriot, a newly qualified animal surgeon who moves to a small-town in Yorkshire to begin his first job with the irritable but kind veterinarian Siegfried Farnon. Once there, he quickly discovers that treating the animals is as much about looking out for their owners: there are plenty of people and animals to care for, challenges to meet, and life-affirming lessons to learn along the way.
All Creatures Great and Small will love this soul-soothing and heart-warming family favourite.
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Tuesday, 14 September 2021
Monday, 13 September 2021
Who is the writer and producer of Deceit?
1. Closing date 27-09-21
2. No alternative prize is available
3. When the competition ends as indicated on this page, any and all entries received after this point will not count and emails blacklisted due to not checking this page first.
4. Winners will be chosen randomly and will be informed via email.
Friday, 10 September 2021
ITV announce Ant & Dec’s Limitless Win, a new primetime quiz show with the world’s first ever limitless jackpot
Usain Bolt, Idris Elba, Nile Rodgers, Eve, Mel B, Judi Love, Munya Chawawa and Krept & Konan among the all-star line-up confirmed for The Big Breakfast
Channel 4 confirms psychological suspense drama, Close To Me, starring Christopher Eccleston, Connie Nielsen, Susan Lynch and Leanne Best will air in the autumn
Tuesday, 7 September 2021
Tom Kerridge, Nisha Katona and Ed Gamble announced as new judging panel on BBC Two’s Great British Menu
Tony Bellew and guests - including Ricky Gervais, Wayne Rooney and Joy Crookes - get angry in a new podcast for BBC Sounds
Monday, 6 September 2021
GOOD GRIEF Season 1, hilarious new TV comedy written by & starring from Eve and Grace Palmer Exclusive UK Premiere on Sundance Now 30 Sept, 2nd Season in 2022
You’ll be dying with laughter as Good Grief the latest comedy sensation from New Zealand , hits UK TV on 30 September with its premiere exclusively on Sundance Now via Amazon Prime Video Channels.
With a second series already commissioned to premiere next year, the laugh-out loud six-part series comes to the UK and follows the lives, loves, deaths and disasters of two differing sisters who are thrown together when they inherit their late grandad’s funeral parlour.
A new comedy force to be reckoned with, real life sisters Eve and Grace Palmer take the leads and also co-write this cleverly observed, brilliantly wry series that chimes perfectly with the current run of outstanding comedies championing strong female talent. Channelling Six Feet Under themes with Stath Lets Flats and This Country humour, this fish-out-of-water comedy series might just be the funniest show to come out of the country since Flight of the Conchords.
With no idea how to run a funeral home – or the oddball staff that work there – Ellie (Eve Palmer, Jawbone) and Gwen Good (Grace Palmer, Shortland Street) are thrust into a world of embalming, emceeing, and extreme embarrassment. Recently fired from her teaching career, Ellie starts to warm to the job, while all Gwen wants to do is escape to Bali and become a DJ. But facing death every day gives Ellie and Gwen the chance to reassess their own lives and out of the sadness they face comes laughs aplenty.
The series deftly blends tragedy and comedy and features stand-out performances from a stellar case including Vinnie Bennett (Fast & Furious 9), Josh Thomson (The New Legends of Monkey), Sophie Hambleton (Westside), Lucy Wigmore (Shortland Street) and Bree Peters (Sweet Tooth).
Eve and Grace Palmer said, “They say ‘if you don’t laugh, you’ll cry’ but we hope that in watching this dark comedy about life and death, you’ll be able to do both.”
Good Grief, Season 1 is co- created and co-written by Eve and Grace Palmer along with co-creator/co-writer Nick Schaedel, directed by Kiel McNaughton (The Legend of Baron To’a, My Life is Murder), and produced by Angela Cudd (I Am Waru) and Kerry Warkia (Vai, Waru). Season 2 has been co-commissioned by AMC Networks’ IFC and Sundance Now from Kiel McNaughton and Kerry Warkia’s Brown Sugar Apple Grunt Productions Ltd.
Sundance Now, the streaming service from AMC Networks, is available as an Amazon Prime Video Channels add on in the UK.
Sunday, 5 September 2021
Yung Filly to take BBC Three on their third date, as Hot Property is confirmed to return for series three
Julia Davis, Charlie Cooper and David Avery to guest star in season 3 of Channel 4 and Roughcut TV's Stath Lets Flats
Self-confessed enthusiast & collector of miniatures Sandi Tokskvig to front The Great Big Tiny Design Challenge for More4
Wednesday, 1 September 2021
Tuesday, 31 August 2021
Friday, 27 August 2021
Mel B to present special episode of Steph’s Packed Lunch as part of Channel 4’s Black to Front Project
Channel 4 adds late-night topical discussion show Unapologetic to The Black to Front Project line up
Tuesday, 24 August 2021
Emmy award-winning Wanda Sykes stars as Jean Shrill, a shrewd studio executive. Jean arranges for Bobby Sohrabi (played by Sarah Solemani), a passionate indie-darling filmmaker, to take over as director of "A Little Death", the problematic movie produced by Cameron O'Neill (played by Steve Coogan). Cameron must navigate remaining relevant at a time when cancel-culture is all too real and is surprised when spending time with Bobby awakens a creative side of himself, he thought had long-since passed. What will Jean do to keep her empire intact, and what will Bobby do to build one?
Monday, 23 August 2021
Sporting hero Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff is taking on what might be the biggest challenge of his entire career: he's going to attempt to set up on one of the country's most unlikely cricket teams.